Yeah it's especially hard to put an animal down. I had to put my dog Tasha down because she was really sick and was having seizures and it was just horrible. She was almost 12 so that's pretty good for a dog. My my parents got her when I was little so I grew up with her and that made it all that much harder. It crossed my mind to put Toby down because I didn't know where I was going to get the money. But he came to me, he was sent to me from Spirit and I wasn't exactly going to get rid of him. He's more than special. He's my guardian.
I agree. I don't wish that on anyone, having to give away pets or put them down. It's just really hard and emotionally draining and not a fun experience at all. I'm sorry for your friend, it's extremely hard to put down an animal. It's even harder to be in the same room when they die. I didn't go to the vets when Tasha had to get put down. But when my mom came home I asked her if she was in the room because I didn't want her to die alone. My mom was with her the whole time.
Well, it's only an annoying saying because it's true, lol.
Well the friends I'm moving with we don't live together. They actually live in the apartment building beside mine. When we go out West, we'll probably do the same thing if we all end up in Nanaimo, except we'll be in the same building this time.
As for not wanting to be found or find anybody, sometimes that just doesn't fly with the universal plan for your life and thus people just kind of get thrown in. The universe likes to be funny that way.
Me personally, I would much rather live in a tree house with my cats and a plastic cup with a string as my telephone, haha. It's not that all people are douchebags, although a lot of them are, it's just tiring sifting through the garbage to find the diamond in the ruff.
Let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out