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User avatar #40 - cubicleman (10/03/2012) [-]
>Be me
>Have wonderful Dog I literally can't
remember a second of my life without
>Dog's name is ChinaGirl, call her 'China'
>Mom becomes abusive
>Have to move across the country
to live with my sister
>Had to say goodbye to my 14
year-old dog, I'm 16.
>China is already blind in on eye
can barely eat by herself.
>I'm still waiting in California to
come back and see her one last time
>Knows she'll die soon, I won't be able
to see her again.
>Wishes she could be put down
so she won't have to live with drunk
abusive mom.
>Crying while typing this

I just wanted to get that off of my chest.
#115 to #40 - dragonbeeon (10/03/2012) [-]
I know how you feel friend, I once had a cat, We had to get her put down because of kidney failure, I cried for days, and I cried all the way to the vet... I wasn't even able to say goodbye to her... But now I have a dog, and I love him. Just remember the wise words of The Doctor, friend, and live on happily.
I know how you feel friend, I once had a cat, We had to get her put down because of kidney failure, I cried for days, and I cried all the way to the vet... I wasn't even able to say goodbye to her... But now I have a dog, and I love him. Just remember the wise words of The Doctor, friend, and live on happily.
User avatar #61 to #40 - AliceZ (10/03/2012) [-]
You get literally all of my hugs.
User avatar #46 to #40 - VincentKing ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
If I could, I would hug you. I had a pet poodle named DJ, and he was the best. Sure he would bark a lot, but that is the only way he could get attention, mainly because my brother and his girlfriend got a dog and everyone gave her attention. He would constantly come in my room and hide at my feet, yet when he tries to leave, he would be tangled in my computer cords, and eventually I wouldn't let him under there. My brother never let him in his room too because it was unfair to his dog. One night I let him out to pee, and when he tried to come back, he couldn't even make it up the stairs. The next morning, no one saw him, and we eventually heard a feint bark. He was in my parents bedroom and was struggling to run out to see us, but couldn't stand up. After a week of him being like this, the decision was made and he was put to sleep. I was the only one that didn't go as I felt too guilty, thinking that what if me lifting him inside that night was the reason he couldn't walk. I soon realized that he just wanted to be with us, and we wouldn't let him, we would just tell him to go away, yet he still came to us. I hope that the attention I gave him during his final week was enough for him to forgive me for being a jerk.

The saddest part about it though, my dad never shows emotion. When our house got flooded, he just covered his face and thats it. When DJ died, this was the first time I saw him cry.
User avatar #41 to #40 - cubicleman (10/03/2012) [-]
This is the first time I've ever accepted the fact that I'll probably never see her again.
Thanks for all who read.
>Still Crying.
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