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    Worst week EVER!!!
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    lupylisa44 posted:
    On Monday we had to put our 15 1/2 year old border collie Annie to sleep because her back end and legs lost all function. She couldn't stand up at all. That was quite a blow.

    Fast forward to Thursday, I noticed my dog Murphy was a little bloated. She has an inoperable bone tumor on her rib cage which we had x-rayed a few months ago and it was just on the surface. It has invaded her chest cavity and has pushed her heart over to the right side of her chest. She is filled with blood/fluid because her heart isn't working properly. We are goint to have to put her to sleep too.

    Add in all my lupus issues which are many at the moment..and everything just totally sucks right now!!!

    It's all too much to bear!!! Losing two of my babies in one week!!! I cannot believe this is happening! I think I may have a nervous breakdown!!! I just want to scream!


    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

    Lupylisa
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
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    leecat41 responded:
    I'm so sorry for your losses.
    To do what is right is not always easy, to do what is easy is not always right.


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