This makes me happy. Not mine, found it and had to share.. Story time >August 2000. Fishing with my dad at a lake here in my country (not 'muhrika), heard barking and noise behind us. >This dog runs like crazy hea Feelies


What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#152 - lickmyteabag (01/19/2013) [-]
Context matters
#154 to #152 - zepplien (01/19/2013) [-]
lawl I screen shotted and scrolled downed to post...ya beat me to it.
User avatar #318 to #154 - rieskimo (01/19/2013) [-]
Just a tip, you don't need to use a screen shot. Funnyjunk has pixlr editor built into its interface. There are three buttons near the content that say

"Edit Image"<=====click this one
then click "Edit as comment"
then you can edit the whole content like it was in a basic version of photoshop.

Dunno if you knew that already, but I'd figure I'd share to make things quicker for you next time.
User avatar #378 to #318 - zepplien (01/19/2013) [-]
Dear Diary,

I met a helpful funnyjunk user with good advice today. Today was a good day.
User avatar #379 to #378 - rieskimo (01/19/2013) [-]
Thank you, I'm glad you could make use of it.
#194 - TheInvader (01/19/2013) [-]
The Post and the comments made have a breakdown...its a sad day at Funnyjunk
The Post and the comments made have a breakdown...its a sad day at Funnyjunk
#49 - immortalfear (01/18/2013) [-]
Adopted this sweet bitch from a shelter a few years back. Brought her home thanksgiving weekend. She had been keep crated for the first year of her life, and was/still is very nervous of people. She's very happy with us though. We never crate her, she gets scraps of steak and other things mixed into her food, and goes for walks regularly.
Oh, and she likes to think she's a lapdog and curl up on my lap :3
#218 to #49 - hunterdubb (01/19/2013) [-]
Wow. I can not believe you would call such a beautiful animal a bitch. What is wrong with you?
User avatar #266 to #49 - steedawwg **User deleted account** (01/19/2013) [-]
I wish my family would give me scraps of steak...
#180 to #49 - guildor (01/19/2013) [-]
I know what a bitch is, but dammit it is the first time that I've seen the word being used correctly...
I know what a bitch is, but dammit it is the first time that I've seen the word being used correctly...
#78 - autoxx (01/19/2013) [-]
I adopted a back cat a while back, he had a frozen tail and was pretty damn skinny.
Even though he was pretty banged up he would still purr when you pet him or played with him so I took the little guy to the vet.
$550 dollars for a cat... Guess we'll live on Kraft dinner for a while.
He just got through his antibiotics today and has already gained a couple pounds.
He's not a fan of the "cone of shame" though*

Saved animals seem to know it, they are usually the most friendly and seem like they are trying to repay you forever.

<----That's my little buddy. He hangs out on my shoulders when I'm working now.
#63 - larfang (01/19/2013) [-]
This dog, this bad ass of a dog here will always be my best friend. My family saved him from a lady that abused him and refused to feed him when he was just a little puppy. Because the dumb bitch never bothered to get him shots he caught parvo. My family did everything we could to save him and spent about 1,500 bucks. He pulled through like a champ and became a big part of our family. Fast forward to about 4 years ago. Family moved from America to Germany. I had no friends or anyone to talk to really, but Max was always there. We developed an even stronger bond than before and he became my best friend. Hell, he was the reason I made my first friend (my neighbor). Now fast forward to just a week ago. He had been getting some minor hip problems since he was old, but out of nowhere he can barely walk and get up. Family says we do not have enough money to take him to the vet and that he might just be dying. **** that **** , he might be about 12 but he was perfect before this. Get the money so I can take him to the vet. Entire time mom keeps saying its just old age and it's his time. Vet takes x-rays and says its just bad arthritis and some bones trying to fuse on his spine and says it's easily treatable. Suck it mom. Gives a **** ton of medicine for my dog for joints and pain relievers. Within two days he was walking, a bit stiffly,but walking and even wagging his tail. Again, this dog pulled through like a mother ******* champ. Cost me a lot to get him what he needed, but I would spend even more if it meant helping my best friend. This dog means everything to me, if he died then a big part of me dies as well.

So suck it mom, this dog ain't dying anytime soon.
#71 to #63 - kainhall (01/19/2013) [-]
hells ya dude. we have 8 mini schauchizers (4 at my house, 2 at my grandmothers, and 2 at my moms). they are all family, with bear being the farther to all.. and pepper (bears wife) the mother to all but 2. lilly (the mother of hte other 2) died after birth...

anyway... bear got into the trash and ate some moldy deer meet. he would not eat, drink or anything. after 3 days we took him ot the vet... we though he was jsut sick. said his liver was shutting down.

we have to give him bile (the stuff made in your liver) for a ******* grizley bear and other pills. it cost 1500 bucks, but was worth it.

another time the slavia glands in his mouth got infected. bloody slime was pouring from his mouth. another grand later, he was fine!

im the type that wants to die alone with all the pound dogs and cats eating my dead body when the police find me 5 days later.... ******* love dogs and cats lol.
#51 - zakaizer (01/18/2013) [-]
In the second photo, is that her 			*******		 bones sticking out!?!
In the second photo, is that her ******* bones sticking out!?!
User avatar #67 to #51 - melontwilight (01/19/2013) [-]
Nah, it's like a tube thing.
I'm not really sure what it's for, but I've seen them before.
User avatar #182 to #67 - boydaranga (01/19/2013) [-]
They drain out unwanted pus and such from the abscess.
#68 to #51 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
Drainage tube.
#25 - bakuraandmarik (01/18/2013) [-]
this is my dog buttons, I have her for three years now and I got her from an animal shelter

she spent her whole life on a puppy farm until the I.S.P.C.A rescued her
when I first got her she was shy and stayed by herself, now she can't be alone and when no one is in the house she sleeps on our dirty clothes because they smell like us

I couldn't imagine my life without her, she kept my nana comfortable and occupied and made her feel safe whilst she was on her death bed

it makes me feel sad when people abuse and abandon these beautiful creatures that are filled with love and affection
#46 to #25 - sergeantamerica **User deleted account** (01/18/2013) [-]
What kind of car is that?
What kind of car is that?
#53 to #46 - GIRforpresident (01/19/2013) [-]
looks like a ford transit van. btw buttons looks nice
looks like a ford transit van. btw buttons looks nice
User avatar #55 to #53 - sergeantamerica **User deleted account** (01/19/2013) [-]
It's a joke, in America the steering wheel is on the other side.

I guess I didn't think that through
#66 to #53 - bakuraandmarik (01/19/2013) [-]

here she is with a haircut
User avatar #52 to #46 - bakuraandmarik (01/19/2013) [-]
I have no idea I think it's a ford van if that's any help
#29 - dawggz (01/18/2013) [-]
Story time

>August 2000. Fishing with my dad at a lake here in my country (not 'muhrika), heard barking and noise behind us.
>This dog runs like crazy headfirst towards us, we knew she was in trouble.
>Scared the dogs off and protected her.
>Grabbed her by her collar (she had an anti-flea collar) and walked in the park for owners.
>No owners to be seen (in the whole **************** park)
>Was 7 years old back then, begged of my dad to keep her
>"Only if she hops in the car by herself"
>Opened the door, everybody walk the dinosaur (Just kidding).
>Got home, welcomed her there.
>Named her Lady (she was one well-behaved dog)
>"I promise that nothing will ever keep us apart" I whispered to this dog at least once a week for the rest of her life
>Ffw 4 months, mom leaves to work abroad
>Ffw 5 years of spending and growing and living with this dog, mom returns home
>Ffw ~5 more years, just before I reach 12th grade
>She was in big pain, blinded for 2 months... she still knew everything around the home
>One day I left home (without really knowing what was going to happen that day) and as I gently stroke her fur, I said "I know this might just very well be our last day together on this world. I hope you know that I love you and that no matter what happens I will always keep you in my heart".
>She closed her eyes and I almost started crying. She only fell asleep.
>2 hours later dad calls:
>"Chris ?" - Yes dad ? - "It's... over..." - WHAT ?! - "Lady... she gave her last breath... she howled once and then silence..."

... to this day I promise at her grave every day that nothing will ever keep us apart.
#221 to #29 - nicfarted (01/19/2013) [-]
i literally shed like 3 tears :(
it makes me realize that eventually my dog is gonna pass too
Im seriously so sorry dude.
#251 to #29 - lamerthanyou (01/19/2013) [-]
Damnit FJ, when I heard the name of the dog, I expected it to somehow tie into Lenny Kravitz. I've been here too long.
#289 to #29 - daskedrengen (01/19/2013) [-]
this is the first story in a long time, that actually brought tears to my eyes.
User avatar #383 to #29 - roflstorm (01/19/2013) [-]
That last > ******* got me.....
#205 to #29 - anonyrnoose (01/19/2013) [-]
Meh, not even that sad. Over-reacting FJers below.
#303 to #29 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
dude you stole someones dog, im gonna get thumbed down for this but that was someones dog, it probably escaped from there back yard and got lost, i bet they loved that dog
User avatar #304 to #303 - dawggz (01/19/2013) [-]
>Grabbed her by her collar (she had an anti-flea collar) and walked in the park for owners.
>No owners to be seen (in the whole **************** park)

I know you are an anon and you won't read but seriously.
User avatar #75 to #29 - tehmasterchef (01/19/2013) [-]
Holding back tears. ;-;
#56 to #29 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
one single manly tear rolled down my cheek for you
User avatar #57 to #29 - iamepicness (01/19/2013) [-]
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww D':
#89 to #29 - MarkusEbear (01/19/2013) [-]
My dog was put to rest a month and a half ago. The last year and a half I had been mostly away from him being at college, but I got to see him over this past thanksgiving break. I saw the tumor on his head had turned black and I knew he probably didn't have that much time. I thought to myself though, Christmas break is so close, then I can spend it all with him as it might be one of the last times I got to. When petting him before I left to go back to school for the next few weeks, I kept telling myself this because I didn't want to think about it being the last time. My mom told me later that week he got real sick and that she had to put him down.

His name is Buddy Jake and we adopted him from a local animal shelter about 7 and a half years ago. This is last picture of him, right before he was put down. I miss him so much and I wish I got that last time to say goodbye...
User avatar #298 to #89 - joeblack (01/19/2013) [-]
awh that's sad, which one is buddy jake?
#142 to #29 - NOM NOM NOM (01/19/2013) [-]
I'm not even kidding when I say my dog's name was lady too. She was abandoned in a town house with no food or water for 3 days. the owners (who we ran into time to time as we were pretty much neighbors) had locked her in there when they moved away hoping to just throw away their "problem" . The landlord found her there and brought her home for a few days. We eventually adopted her when we learned what happened. She was scared of everyone and if you moved too quickly around her she would flinch like we were going to hit her. It took her a year or so to get used to my family and I, and another year or so to walk past a stranger on the sidewalk without hesitation. She was the best dog I ever owned. She met you at the door everyday always happy to see you, she was obedient and loved to please us, she was playful, energetic, and the gentlest dog i've ever met. We owned her for 8 years before we had to put her down 2 days after our thanksgiving in October (canadian thanksgiving) because of a tumour. She was the happiest dog I knew and I miss her and this post gave me a feel. R.I.P to both of our wonderful Ladys'.
#326 to #29 - rmdx (01/19/2013) [-]
I did math to like this **** .

**** you
#34 to #29 - anon (01/18/2013) [-]
Dammit man. I was listening to Johnny Cash's Hurt, and you almost made me cry
*a single feely tear shedded for Lady*
#85 to #29 - padfoott (01/19/2013) [-]
I believe we all know the pain of losing a beloved pet.
I believe we all know the pain of losing a beloved pet.
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#376 to #29 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
I want to cum inside Lady.
#380 to #376 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
#110 to #29 - ghostlespaul (01/19/2013) [-]
R.I.P Lady
#252 to #29 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
thats gay
#125 to #29 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
Did you not try to find her owner? She had a ******* flea collar on, it seems like you could have made more of an effort than just "walking in the park".

You took someone's dog away.

#165 to #125 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
That might actually be what he meant by
">Grabbed her by her collar (she had an anti-flea collar) and walked in the park for owners.
>No owners to be seen (in the whole **************** park) "
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#311 to #29 - andnowducks (01/19/2013) [-]
****		 man, why so much feels? and what does ffw mean?
**** man, why so much feels? and what does ffw mean?
User avatar #327 to #311 - rmdx (01/19/2013) [-]
#330 to #327 - andnowducks (01/19/2013) [-]
Thanks, I think they should make a meh thumb, where it gives you half a thumb, because that wasn't funny, or junk.
#375 to #64 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
greenbay blows
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User avatar #387 to #29 - dorikki (05/04/2013) [-]
**** that got me. literally crying right now
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#377 to #29 - boxdweller ONLINE (01/19/2013) [-]
The feels I put up with.
The feels I put up with.
#162 - supervillanus (01/19/2013) [-]
What is it, sad post day or something?
#168 - DropDeadShred (01/19/2013) [-]
That's my epic dog Mojo on the left, he's a purebred staffy. He's been my best friend since I was 5 and he is probably the coolest dog I know. He's 14 now and still acts like a pup, but he is starting to show signs of pain so he probably won't be with us for much longer.
Here's some cool/funny **** about this beast.
>Ripped his nipple on his wire when he was a pup, it's now a mutant nipple
>Even now he is just all muscle, has had a 6 pack most of his night
>When he was younger he used to put cigarettes out by stepping on them like my father did
>Has been attacked a **** load of times by other dogs in his life, always won, even though he could probably crush every bone in their body with his jaws, he never bit them, he would just use his massive head and just headbutt them in the face.
>Ate a bone without chewing it, had to go to the vet to get it removed because it got stuck in his but when he was ******** it out
>He's missing a toe because he got one cut off because of cancer
>The son of a family friend started threatening my cousin with a sharp bit of metal, Mojo took him down by running at him and headbutting him in the legs.
>Is so chill that you can put just about anything on him and he won't even budge
>didn't have to be trained, he seemed to know exactly what we were thinking
There's a **** load more stuff, but this post is already getting too long, basically in short, my dog is a legend.
User avatar #176 to #168 - DropDeadShred (01/19/2013) [-]
Jesus, I just went full retard. on some wire* most of his life* stuck in his butt*

#196 to #168 - mywolfbuds (01/19/2013) [-]
You have a very beautiful Staffy might I say.
You have a very beautiful Staffy might I say.
User avatar #210 to #168 - nicowithani (01/19/2013) [-]
In that pic it looks like he's telling that other dog about you

"And this is the other bitch I take care of. Only ever taught me one thing: endless love. And thats all you need to know"
#183 to #168 - Bobtheblob (01/19/2013) [-]
Mojo is proof that all of the world's problems can be solved by headbutting them.
#203 - satexas (01/19/2013) [-]
It's stuff like this that reminds me that there are still good people in this world.
It's stuff like this that reminds me that there are still good people in this world.
#177 - douchebuttt (01/19/2013) [-]
Too.. Many... Feels... Today. This is beautiful.
Too.. Many... Feels... Today. This is beautiful.
#315 to #307 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
LMFAO!Yeah..that does kinda read sinister without the context XD
#186 - StumpDawg (01/19/2013) [-]
This is my dog , Kayley. We got her about 8 years ago, from a friend who's german Shepherd had just had puppies. She was the runt of the litter, but that never stopped her from anything. She grew to about 125 lbs (not a fat dog at all) , when she was only thought to hit 70. We live net to some woods, but she was well behaved enough to not wander too far, and would always return home within a few hours. She remained just as energetic on her 8th birthday as she was on her third. Last winter, she caught a disease from a tick (i forgot the name, but it wasnt lyme). This drained her energy, and she dropped from 125 to about 105 in a couple months. The vets told us not to worry, as there was a very reliable treatment, which would help her fight it, and bring her back to her old self. Once we started her on it, she began to eat again, and was happy as could be, until about two weeks later. wheras she was only eating little before the treatment, she had now stopped completeley. Where she was still able to jog around the yard a little, she now had trouble just walking. We took her to the vet, and to our utter disbelief, we found she had four large tumors, along with several other small ones, that were pushing on her lungs and her stomach, keeping her from breathing and not being able to eat. we then went from expecting several more years with her to just two more days until we had to put her down. I never had a real chance to say goodbye, as I was living on campus that year, and had to go back for exams. She was put down on tuesday, May 17th, 2012.

Pic related, her on the last day I ever saw her
I know I never had the chance to say this, and I know you wont hear it now, but Goodbye Kayley. You were the best dog I could have asked for
#199 to #186 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
I feel your pain. My childhood friend was my dog Spanky. He was a rat terrier and I loved him to death. I had him for around 8 years and he was my best friend. When I moved to a different city, my dad had a friend watch him for us so that he was not alone all day. He ended up running away and I never saw him again and I never got to say goodbye :( I just hope that his last days were filled with happiness.
User avatar #201 to #186 - deathzor (01/19/2013) [-]
My blue heeler Stubby was killed on the first of May, 2012.

**** sucked....having to put my dog in the ground..
#45 - failtolawl (01/18/2013) [-]
well.. I got my dog from a breeder.
well.. I got my dog from a breeder.

User avatar #54 to #45 - WolfPrince (01/19/2013) [-]
So did I but It's better to support shelters.
#329 - gongthehawkeye (01/19/2013) [-]
mfw i have no pets
User avatar #361 to #329 - kingnarnode (01/19/2013) [-]
what are you, a nancy?
User avatar #340 to #329 - marindoom (01/19/2013) [-]
mfw my dog died 4 weeks ago
#269 - extremezone (01/19/2013) [-]
Thank god you didn't name her ''faith'' or ''hope'' or some faggy **** all Americans seem to call rescue dogs lately. pisses me off
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