My heart aches for you and I miss you my sweet Keebie! Run free in peace my dear fur baby!
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Posted 16 April 2017 - 04:07 PM
Posted 16 April 2017 - 05:40 PM
Thank you for your kind words of comfort. I still have two Dachshunds (who could have possibly guessed that I fancied Dachshunds) who I love unconditionally so I am not without canine friends. However Keebler was so easy to love since Pekingese are loyal, gentile and very well behaved. Dachshunds in contrast are mischievous, stubborn, and up to no good the minute your back is turned, a totally different personality. The older I get the more misanthropic I become and I cherish my pets more than most people I know. Keebler had just turned 12 and was in good health until just over a week ago when he suddenly began suffering from prolonged uncontrollable seizures which led to his death, all within a 36 hour period. I an grateful that he did not suffer and that I was not charged with making the decision to euthanize him. The suddenness of it all only makes it more difficult. Thank you again to all who expressed their sympathy and support. I appreciate it more than you know!
"There are only two things that are infinite, the universe and stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe" Albert Einstein
Posted 17 April 2017 - 11:51 PM
It's such a mixed thing. It sucks that dogs have such short lifespans, but one of the results is that I've been able to have a lot of dogs over the years, and they've all been great in their own unique ways.If dogs lived as long as we do, I'd have never experienced all the fun I had with most of those dogs.
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