She got sick, and had a congenital defect that (along with her system being stressed from being sick) caused her to have a stroke. We took her to several vets throughout the whole ordeal but by the time one of them finally realized what was wrong, she was too far gone to save her. We tried, with the treatments that vet gave us, but she didn't make it through the night.
She was way too young, too. Just under a year old. I miss her so much.
btw, can someone tell which breed he actually is?
At the vet about 10 min before i had to put him down.
It was about 3.5 weeks ago. Still makes me cry
im not really sure. he died last year and he already had a certain age (at least 5 years old).
around two months before, i woke up one day to find blood everywhere in his cage, he had no wounds so i guess he was bleeding from his butt. Two days later he was behaving like nothing happened so i didn't bother bringing him to the vet.
he was okay for around two months, then he started getting weaker... flying lower and lower... and one morning, he was dead. i hope he was not in too much pain.
This is the last picture we happened to take of the pupper closer to the bottom. He died so suddenly we didn't know to take more before it was too late.
Took this a couple of week before he was put down. He was 15 years old, ended up having to be put down as he fell down a flight of stairs (my fucking ass sister forgot to put up the fence to the basement to prevent such a thing from happening) and broke a bunch of his ribs and wasn't moving anymore. He was already going senile (still very gentle), had arthritis, and going blind.
To add, 5 months prior the GSD had to be put down at age 11 due to a blood vessel tumor on her heart rupturing. She was taken to the vet, but the prognosis was pretty much 2wks at best if given immediate surgery, if she even survived that. This picture was taken a day before that occurred.
One had to be put down from having a benign tumor. The last rat died a month later. She had a tumor growing rapidly near her anus as well that didn't look so good. She was also depressed and I couldn't bring myself to find her a new friend. She died of a heart attack.
Cosmo. My mom's dog, but I grew up with him. He passed right around New Year's. I have a lot of guilt about not doing better by him back when I still lived at my mom's. I spent most of Christmas Eve sitting next to him and petting him.
Picture is Yuki. We actually have NO idea what happened to this cat. Weirdest damn thing. It was a 100% indoor cat. Just fucking disappeared. Strange days. I hold out hope that he got out and another family picked him up. He was/is beautiful so I'm sure someone would want him. And ignore his tags. And microchip. Assholes.
>I have a lot of guilt about not doing better by him
Dogs don't like being coddled. It makes them neurotic to not know who the boss is. You didn't do him wrong. Even ignoring him all day still sends the message "I have this under control. You can take a break" and that makes them feel secure. Don't stress it.
Dunno what breed. Possibly ragamuffin. He was enormous (size, not fat).
taken just a couple days ago. he's sleeping upside down on the bed right now.
Old animals aren't so sad when they're your own. When you've watched a dog from a puppy to a senior and seen all those great moments of happy times and humor, you see that old dog and think "You did good. You've earned your retirement" not "You're about to die."
I suppose it's different on the outside looking in.
She was my sweet bun. I miss her every day...
When i was home for the holidays. A couple weeks later she drank antifreeze and died. I wonder if someone poisoned her. I know having an outdoor cat is bad and you're asking for bad shit to happen, but she loved to hunt, more so than any cat I've had or known. Goodnight sweet killer
They all can get out but only the albino spends all day outside.
I had a friendly stray I had taken care of as a kitten and when she was only enough to be away from her mother I took her to the vet and kept her inside. Maybe a month or so later she ran out the door before I could stop her and she got ran over and died instantly. I used to let my eldest cat out when he was a year or so old until he got tapeworms and fleas and never let a cat out unsupervised again. After the kitten died I invested in a cat run so my other cats would be less inclined to run out
I think this is the last pic I got of him
He went missing a few weeks ago.
Found half of him on the side of the road.
Stray cat. Called her Nala. She went somewhere and never came back.
she was 18, went to go put her down and she died just before the vet was going to inject her. she died while i was holding her.
Lost her less than an hour ago, had her for more than 10 years. Not gonna lie, I'm not handling it well. I don't remember what it was like to not have her in my room...
Maybe it's dumb to be this sad about a toad, but I guess you can't care for something this long without becoming incredibly attached to it.
I'll never forget you, Ms. Whitmore.
Had a little photoshoot with him. A week later the pitbull across the street killed him.
This is my fat man. He likes to cuddle once in a while (every 10 minutes).
I have never lost a pet besides a fish and a few hamsters. 7 years ago, I got my first dogs, two chihuahuas. 5 years ago, I got my third dog, a chihuahua/dachshund mix. I've always had a deep fear of any of them dying. My cousin told me it's like your first real heartbreak. I don't think I'll ever get over this fear...
I've seen a pitbull attack a small dog (a Maltese PUPPY) before. It was horrible... It survived... But it was HORRIBLY injured. Blood all over the street. The two owners almost got in a bad fight. Since I have two chihuahuas, one of my biggest fears is them getting attacked by a bigger dog.
I don't have phone photos of my favorite old bastard.
He was a border terrier who lived to be 16 years old, we had to put him down when he couldn't find his way behind the back of the toliet, drove my mom and him to the vet to do the deed, because I wouldn't cry when he died, but that didn't happen.
[spoiler] Miss you Chip. [/spoiler]
I'm so sorry. You looked so tired.
You'd stare at a wall, because you didn't know where you were. I'm sorry I procrastinated in putting you down so I could sleep on the floor with you and not let you go for a little longer. I love you :C
American Bulldog is 15 years old and her kidneys have been failing for a couple months now. She probably has 4 months at best but I really doubt it. Cat is 10ish shes some kind of siamese mix, I'm also 100% sure the cat knows something is up cause she never use to be this friendly to my bulldog.
[spoiler]Yes I know my dogs nails are long I just don't want to make her uncomfortable at this point.[/spoiler]
My very old bun nearing his 10th birthday. Seems like he won't pass away until the last yoghurt drop on earth has been devoured by him though.
Sup /an/ im here past midnight trying to comfort my cat she is having trouble breathing and is drooling what i assume is phlem since she is wheezing...its breaking my heart but im too poor to rush her to the vet for an emergency check up...shes so young too only about 6...have you guys ever lots a cat...how was it...what did you do after.
She died about 5 months ago, I still miss her daily.
I was in a similar predicament a couple months ago, my cat was fine when I went to bed but I woke up on Saturday morning to her making really horrible sounds with a really hoarse voice, vomiting and trembling. Vet didn't open for another 3 hours and the emergency vet wanted £800 to come. Vet didn't know what was wrong, ran bloodwork and saw she had very abnormal bloodsugar levels but she died shortly before he could give her an insulin shot.
Makes me feel terrible, if she had gotten sick just a couple of hours later she might still be alive now.
As for her remains, as much as I loved her, I don't feel like I get any emotional value out of bringing her dead body home, so I paid them a little money to cremate her.
i dont think anyone wants to see that.
Heres the first photo I took of him.
This was a (we thought) stray that just wandered into our house one day, and we decided to keep him.
A few weeks after he showed up he started having seizures, so we took him to the vet. He had a microchip and the owner said she didnt want him so she dumped him on the side of a road somewhere.
Unfortunately he had a degenerative neurological disorder and wouldn't have lasted another month so we had to put him down. We didn't have him long but he was a very affectionate, kind cat.
He had a congenital heart defect, but he lived longer than the vets initially thought he would.
Visited home may last year. Didn't leave my lap. Miss her erryday.
Well that's embarrassing.
Not the last picture of him, but it's by far one of my favorites.
>my fucking ass sister forgot to put up the fence to the basement to prevent such a thing from happening
I'd put on a mask and wait for her somewhere at night and break a couple of her ribs as well to teach her not to forget such things in the future.
>Since I have two chihuahuas, one of my biggest fears is them getting attacked by a bigger dog.
Carry a gun.
If anything happens, tell the owner to immediately restrain his dog or you will shoot.
He will (obviously) fail to.
Get close and shoot the dog.
I miss my golden too, man. ;_;
This photo was taken the evening before we had to put her down due to pancreatic cancer.
she looks like a real sweetie anon, Golden Retrievers make such fun family pets
* Mom can run with him/her
* Dad can take the dog and kids to the part
* Kids can rough-house with the dogs loose skin and long hair
Nice to see you kept him slim and healthy to prolong his potentially short life.
Oh wait, no you fed him as many treats as you could stuff down his throat and ended his life way sooner than it could have been. Good job!
Same thing happened to our cat Cuddles... I took this pic a few days before she disappeared.. My brother was pretty hurt, she was basically his cat and slept in his room
Cat I got with my ex, we ended on good terms, so I can visit, but I really miss this cat for some reason
Nah, we never really gave him treats. He wasn't fat, he just looks in that pictrue.
We also let him outside unsupervised. Does that trigger you as well?
She sure was tired.
I wish I could've done better for her.
Day before he died. He died yesterday.
2 years 7 months
His name was Toggle.
>tfw no more zoro to rush into my arm whenever i do an autistic fit over videogames
i miss him so much ;_;
The latest pic I have of her.
She vomited tonight and is barely able to walk right now.
She knows what's coming, I can see it in her eyes.
What do, /an/?
Richard fucking Nixon again licking his dick dressed as a pterodactyl almost last pic
Richard fucking Nixon with hat on Rhys all of my last pics