February 05, 2003
Gathering the facts on Euthanasia
It's always a tough decision a person has to make on
whether it's time to put your pet to sleep or not
It makes the decision even harder when a person doesn't
have all the facts about euthanasia.
Tippy & Alfred have put together a free report that will
tell you everything you need to know about euthanasia.
get your free report:
"All about Euthanasia"
By: Dr. Bicks D.V.M.
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I tell Rio, my Beagle, every
day that I love her. She tells
me the same without words. I call her my brown-eyed girl
because of her eyes. When she looks at me my heart just
melts. She's a good girl.
My dog's name is Luna, she's a 7 yr old
Fox Terrier /
Chihuahua mix and I do tell her I
love her all the time!!!!
She's a great dog, very loyal and always wants to be playing
no matter what time of day or night!
I have 10 pets. 1 dog (Simba), 3 cats (Tommy, Meg and
Willow), 2 bunnies (Snuggles and Cuddles), 1 hamster
(Butterscoth), 1 sea turtle (Michaelangelo AKA Mikey) 1 fish
(Nemo) and 1 hermit crab (Shelly or Crabby...depends on the
mood...lol) I talk to all my animals and tell them I love
them. Especially my black cat, Willow. I say how's mommy's
baby all the time or Mommy loves the baby kitty...lol
Tuply: the Miracle Pet
I feel I am very lucky, about five years ago I hurt my back
and ended up with reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, or
crps. It is a nerve condition where you are in agonizing
pain all the time. One day after a doctors appointment I
stopped by a friends house to watch him paint, anyway he
kept complaining about this cat that kept coming to the door
wanting scraps. It was a beautiful cat and being alone I
asked him if I could take him home.
He was happy to go for a ride and I stopped and got him some
cat necessities. After I got him home he made himself a
place in the litter box and ate heartily. I was about shot
for the day and had to lay down, the next thing I knew was
that cat snuggling up with me and going to sleep.
Being I spend about 14-16 hrs a day in bed it was a comfort
to have a companion who took to me. My girlfriend said you
have found a miracle pet. I named him Tuply because he is two
colors, white and grey, so it seemed to fit him. He learned
his name fast and was needing a vet checkup, so off to the
vet he went, since then I have kept him healthy and well
cared for , he is my best buddy.
I put a stake in my front yard with a lead hooked to it, so
he can go out and lay in the grass and watch the birds and
squirrels. My girl also made him a cat playhouse, and also
put up a perch by my one kitchen window. He lets me know how
he is by a series a grunts and mrrw's He never really meows
like you would expect a cat to sincerely.
As the years have gone by I had become so attached to him
and everyone who met him said they had never seen a more
social cat as Tuply. It has helped me with my disease,
making life worth living. He is a true miracle pet.
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