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    In the picture's of her saying goodbye to the dogs she look's relatively calm - no doubt she would have been a mess on the inside, but she looks like she is just well - able to put on a happy face for her dogs in their last moments. God i would have been a mess, even just thinking about i'm having heart palpitations - i would have tried to run with them, punched my way out or something, but she is so brave to be able to sit there and so goodbye. It's bewildering where she must have got that strength from. I just don't have that sort of self control...

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    I like to think that I would do that. Stay strong for them, and put on a brave face. I know that they can feel my anxiety and stress, so I guess I would try and be as calm as I could for their sake. (I'm thinking back to when my Mum had brain surgery, that's kind how I felt - I had to be strong for her, although I was scared sh*tless).

    It would be the aftermath that would the issue. I know I would just lose my sh*t, and I would probably tear the place apart. I'm pretty sure that I would end up in jail. In fact, I'm certain.
    He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
    You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuri_89 View Post
    In the picture's of her saying goodbye to the dogs she look's relatively calm - no doubt she would have been a mess on the inside, but she looks like she is just well - able to put on a happy face for her dogs in their last moments. God i would have been a mess, even just thinking about i'm having heart palpitations - i would have tried to run with them, punched my way out or something, but she is so brave to be able to sit there and so goodbye. It's bewildering where she must have got that strength from. I just don't have that sort of self control...
    I agree, I would have been hysterical, it makes me cry more to see the dogs are so happy with her

    I will be writing a letter to voice my disgust, there was a lot of comments on Facebook, think on the Pet Rescue page that listed contacts in state and federal government. I know it won't bring it back those beautiful innocent babies but it might help get some angst off my chest and maybe if there is enough people power something can be changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Lol you trying to make me cry again! haha I don't think I can watch that video

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    .........How sad
    Pets are forever

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    Don't want to watch it. It's just too horrid to contemplate.

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