Daisy's gone. I can't stop crying. It was my fault. I went early to my high school to pick up my graduation diploma and when i got home my mom said Daisy wasn't eating or getting up. I got her to get up, eat and drink water. She was pigging out on the little pieces of chicken we gave her. She seemed fine so i decided to go to to see Eclipse, what would 3-4 hours away from her do? When i was there my mom called. Daisy apparently walked, stopped and blood started to come out from her mouth.. She fell, had seisure and was barely alive.. They were taking her to the vet and my mom said they were leaving right away and that i couldn't come home. She thought i was going to make a scene or make everything worse. Now my baby is gone...
I know it's wrong but i can't even look at my step sister's face nor her dog. I can't believe what my innocent, sweet & pure angel had to go through because of him. I can't eat, sleep or do anything anymore.. I'm even thinking of giving my fids away to someone who would be able to take better care of them... I might go to brazil for the summer as well. I can't stay here. Everywhere i look i see her and start crying. If only i had stayed home, she might not have passed away.
I have been there too with my other Basset Hound, named Hannah.. who was my 'little sister' to me.. actually I'm tearing right now too...
I must've cried for about two to three months but again, as people tell me too, that time will heal.. but it's so hard to accept that isn't it?
Don't feel guilty that you weren't there.. your mother knew Daisy wasn't well at all esp. at the end and she was thinking of the dog's best interest.
What I did to help me with Hannah was that I ended up getting a small tattoo on my right arm with the simple word 'Hannah' written on it... so everytime I see her name I remember her.. I wish she was here with me now.. but that's part of the cycle of life.
Also I put a picture collage of some funny and good pictures of Hannah together .. so she's around me all the time.
Again, am so sorry.. don't give up your birds.. as they love you too..
Cry as much as you want, you will heal in your own time.. hoping that helps a bit.. hugs, Lee
The two pictures down below are of course me with Hannah.. gosh, you got me crying like a tap now..
Don't make any life altering decisions right now. Your birds will give you some comfort when you can accept it. Right now you are raw emotion, not the best time to try and be rational about things. I am so sorry, lots of hugs for you.
Cutie Pie, Olive, Budgie, Baby Boy, Star, Pepper, Ariel, Oscar, Charlie, Little One, Chiclet.
Cutie Pie, Olive, Ariel, Little One and Chiclet are children of Budgie and Oscar.
Budgie and Star left us in 2009. Pepper and Oscar left us this year, 2010. 2018 and all are gone. Ariel and Cutie Pie died this Feb and March. Both over 11 years old.
A good day is a day all your birds are happy and healthy.
I'm so, so, sorry Sue. I do agree that the birds will give you comfort during this time, so don't go making any final decisions, you do a brilliant job of caring for them and I'm sure Daisy knows how much you love her and care for her.. don't blame yourself.
I'm so sorry again.. you and your family will be in my thoughts & prayers.
So sorry to hear this.. I was just catching up on all your posts about her when I saw this. I wish things had gone better for you and Daisy, but it was her time. And it isn't your fault; it's easy to see how much you cared for her and how much time you put into her well-being. You can't blame yourself, and I doubt that Daisy would be happy to see you beating yourself up so much about this. I agree with Palomino that you should definitely not make any huge decisions right now. Give yourself a little time.
I wish I had something more profound to say, but I don't.. other than you are in my thoughts and the thoughts of so many others here on TB.
Sue , i seriously don't know what to say.
It must be so hard for you, and i'm so very sorry.
Don't give away your fids, because they love you and they need you.
Daisy will always be remembered, Sue. It wasn't your fault that she died, don't put the blame on yourself.
Hugs for you )':
I am so, so, so, so sorry for your loss, Sue.
It wasn't your fault, so don't blame yourself.
It must be heart breaking to lose such a treasured pal.
At least she lived a long, happy life. Unlike some mistreated dogs who are unwanted and not loved.
Daisy will be remembered and will remain with you in spirit.
Rest in peace, Daisy. You are in no pain anymore.
I am so sorry to hear this Sue, I have read your posts about her and I could clearly see she was a very loved dog.
I understand what you are going through as I have lost my dear cat last year.
I hope you feel better soon, and I am sure Daisy knows how much you love her