But right now I'm really sad. See, a little while ago, my mom almost hit this puppy with her car. It was crying so she brought it home. I fell in love and named my little girl Heidi (She called it as 'Heinz 57 Mutt', so that was my inspiration) We became really close (As did she and Noah). Well, I was still at school one day when she started having seizures. Caleb saw this and my mom rushed her to the vet. The vet said she had just eaten something, and would be fine. Well, Thursday my mom brought her back to the vet. Sometime in the night, my little girl died. I didn't get the news until today because I had a sleepover Friday and my parents wanted me happy. I hope you guys understand that I need some happiness right now, so I hope you can help. Even though I only knew Heidi for a little while, she had become my baby girl and this is really hard for me.
A few years back I got a Beagle puppy we named Sady. She was the cuttest thing you ever did see. She loved all of us very much, and was probabaly the most incredible puppy ever. She didn't whine, didn't pee or poo in the house. Great dog.
A few days after we got her, she got sick, so we took her the vet and found she had Parvo, a deadly disease that destroys the lining of a dogs Gastro Intestinal Tract.
She lived painfully for about two days before she died quietly in her sleep. I watched her for 48 hours, never moved, never fell asleep. I took care of her, loved her and just sat there and wathched her die.
It's hard, but you'll eventually move on. But right now, it's okay to be sad. In fact, it's right to be sad. I know you wanted happiness, but thats about all I can give.
Posted on 2009-05-17 at 18:18:59.
Edited on 2009-05-17 at 18:21:51 by Babaloo
I know how hard Parvo is. I've had a few dogs die from it. At least I do know it gets better: I got over my dog Blackie's death (Best dang mutt you ever saw) and over my cat Snowflake's death (I swear up and down she and I were sisters in a past life.) But thanks Bab, I appreciate it.