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Rebel9921 loses best friend

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This post was copied from the "Just for Glenn" thread..

Hey guys and gal...

I know its been a while since I posted something here... sorry no wisecracks this time... laugh

I've just had too much on my plate in the past few weeks... and earlier today, I had to decide to let my bestest friend go... We found out that Copper Jr had liver cancer and was in so much pain... so naturally, I had to make the hardest decision ever in my life, and that was to let Copper Jr cross the rainbow bridge which he did at 5pm... Copper Jr is a Golden Retriever, and he was the best friend I ever had... Im just grateful that hes now at peace... no more suffering... and extra-grateful for those wonderful 9 years I've had with him...

Im sure I'll chime in once in a while at the same time I deal with the pain... I know that you all will bring smile to my face on my down days... dont worry... I have not forgotten any of you!!!

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Thanks!!! It doesnt get any easier as each day goes by...

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Sorry to hear about your loss frownfrown. I thought I was putting my cat down about a month ago, so I know it's a tough decision to make, but at least you did what was in his interest. frown

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