I use to take in strays, had a house in the country and the backyard was fenced in and it was great, then I got a divorce and ended up losing my house, and I had to get rid of all my dogs, I found them really good homes, but one I had to have put down cause she had been so missed treated she was scared of other people, It was the worst day of my life to have to take a prfectly good and healthy dog and have her put down, I stayed with her till the end and jusy layed over her and cryed and said I'm so sorry, please forgive me, I"m crying right now just thinking about it and its been 4yrs ago. But now I'm back living in a house not an apt. and I have a 4mos old part lab named Tipper, I Love her so much, I've always had dogs, so when I was living in the apts and couldn't have one it was sad. I also have a cat named Gus and my grandaughter who lives with me and her poppa has a hamster. I still alwats think about my other dogs, it was the hardest thing to lose them, the house didn't matter, but my dogs did. I'm so glad Lori stated this group. Thank you Lori!!
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