turtle wrote:Ohhh no, this is the worst news…. I read it late last night and then could not sleep.
Beowulf wrote:Val, only you know your limits. And Zoey's. Whatever you decide to do, I'm behind you 100%. Of all the people on this forum, you are one of those I would believe if you said "there is just no other choice." I'm so sorry for all you've been through this year.
Odnarb wrote:Beowulf wrote:Val, only you know your limits. And Zoey's. Whatever you decide to do, I'm behind you 100%. Of all the people on this forum, you are one of those I would believe if you said "there is just no other choice." I'm so sorry for all you've been through this year.
What she said. This is so heartbreaking.
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jamielvsaustin wrote: I would definitely donate as well, I even have a few things I could try to sell to raise money. I even talked to my husband last night about talking to my family members and seeing if they would donate. I told him we could owe our friends a purchase from one of their kids school fund raisers. Just...anything I could think of to help.
I'm afraid saying all of this will make Val feel obligated...and i don't want to do that. This has to be hard enough as it is...we have to remember that if Zoey had the surgery-Val (and family) are the ones taking care or and rehabilitating Zoey.
With all of that said I am glad to see that others want to help. (of course they do-PBF is a great place)
Anyhow, if the decision is made to go ahead with the surgery I can commit to a $100 donation. Hopefully more, but at this point that is what I know I can give. If the decision is made to have Zoey PTS I can commit to one shoulder to cry on in addition to some of my own tears.
heartbullies wrote:I can't speak for her, but in a shelter or foster setting when we have an adult pit bull (already the most difficult type of dog to find a home for-- pups and other breeds are so easy to find good homes for, in comparison!) who has been living in a kennel or in a home-rotation for six or eight or twelve months without one single application and then they need $1500+ surgery and at-home rehab or physical therapy? It just reflects the depressing fact there are too many of these poor dogs and not enough good homes.
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