Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Yes, you & YoYo are right. Cammy was so miserable she didn't sleep for three days. When the injection was given we both held her and I looked into her eyes. Suddenly the cloud of pain lifted and she sighed and I could see the peace and relief pass over her face and she saw me last. Her and I were very, very close since I worked at home and was with her most every day. <br>Oregon came very close to passing it for people but I think society still has some moral issues and of course many ethical among medical professionals sworn to save lives.<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>"Even though Mac Users may be only 10% of the market, always remember that we are the TOP 10%"<br>-Douglas Adams
Sorry to hear about Buster. That is a hard thing to do, I have had to do the same thing with our Hobie cat about 2 years ago. Fortunately, once they inject, it is over in a moment. Hard to lose a friend, but you always remember them in the years after they are gone.<br><br>
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