Massive huge hugs to you - unfortunately there are people that see someone is down and like to get in and give them a good kick in the guts and not worry about things like, you know facts and extenuating circumstances (referring to dog thread). It sounds like a whole lot to deal with. I hope things come together for you in the near future xxx
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08-11-2013 12:55 #11
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08-11-2013 12:58 #12
Just read the comments before this thread. Don't care what narrow minded people think off or my situation
DS sitting in laundry by kitten bawling his eyes out waiting for mil to come get us bury kitten & then clean the laundry
08-11-2013 13:08 #13
I agree with the others, so many nasty comments in that thread that were so uncalled for. I really hope you and your family are ok. You are doing the right thing for your family.
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08-11-2013 13:19 #14
That is a lot to deal with. Best thing is to deal with the most pressing issue now and then move onto the next. Take it step by step.
So sorry about your dog and kitten.
Lots of hugs to you and your kids xx
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08-11-2013 13:30 #15
hugs and my sympathy for the pets. You have such a lot to deal with, please take only one step at a time, and be gentle with yourself. Lots of people sending you love and support through cyberspace, but also do ask for help if you need it. Marie.
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08-11-2013 13:46 #16Senior Member
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Jagamoe I really wanted to write in the other thread for you. What you have done today by rehoming your dog is one of the toughest decisions to ever have to make. I've been there but unfortunately my little boy wasn't suitable for rehoming. Please take care of yourself and remember that it's ok to grieve for your dog at the moment.
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08-11-2013 14:03 #17
Massive hugs! Hopefully it's all uphill from now
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08-11-2013 14:29 #18
You've had a really rough time lately. Please be kind to yourself. Things will get better
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08-11-2013 14:32 #19
Big hugs hun.
What a $h!t day!
You've done the right thing.
Take time to breath, cry, heal.
You'll always find a supportive (virtual) ear on here.
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08-11-2013 15:03 #20
Hugs OP. I didn't get a chance to post in your dog thread but if this happened to me I woulda shot the dog (well got DH to if available). I try not to put anything on here to do with animals because the vast majority of people are from the city and just don't understand how things work in the country. For christs sake in the drought we (as in farmers in general) were advised shoot hundreds of sheep because there wasn't any feed for them, they weren't worth anything at the sale yards and would of died otherwise. How do people think cattle are slaughtered for steak?They get shot then bleed.
What other people don't understand that country people don't often have the luxury of no kill shelters or RSPCA. The nearest pound is 1 1/2 hrs from my place and as its the council it's certainly not no kill. don't think there's an RSPCA about anywhere close either.
Anyway I'm sorry you are going through a tough time at the moment. I hope your luck changes soon.
Edit cause of crappy spelling!
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