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About my beloved pet

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    Sabre1posted 6 years ago

    Before actually reading this note from me.. please take time to read it completely and not just skim over it fast,- I am typing this with an enormous saddened heart. I thank those of you out there with the understanding that I needed. I have decided this to my last entry from me because of the cruel and not understanding responses received.

    Also I am sorry for those who did not take the time to understand my words typed. And really sorry if I offended anyone.... as it was unintentional.

    I am new to this Hub and in my desperate need for other opinions besides my vets, I had asked questions about the health of my loving family member who was failing fast.

    From replies it was more devastating then I could have imagined. All I wanted was an answer from those who have pets and might have an answer that just might help with a huge decision that had to be made in my life.

    I received notes from such negative persons that it showed and proved to me that people don't read what is written they only pick at words they think...just think is all there is to read. Then had the nerve to respond to my plight with words that sounded like yelling and fighting with someone they don't even know.

    I had written about "taking my beloved pet and closest friend to the vets imediately upon knowing he was not feeling well. I was over protective of him and we went to the doctors (vets)at  even the slightest sign of not feeling well.

    But this time he was extremely ill.... I knew this from all the tests and x-rays taken....also we knew the probability that no cure was available.

    All I wanted from those out there in hub was maybe some encouragement and help with a possible second opinion or positive thoughts. I always knew in my heart that no one could help me but when one is desperate many avenues are taken.

    But I never expected such cruel responses sent to me. These people have very shallow minds and should not be on hub giving opinions when they don't bother to read all that is written or asking questions in return. People should never slam others without knowing the complete picture.

    I feel only sadness for those people who just don't get it, what life is all about and how to respond to others in need.

    I am also very spiritual and practice what I believe in. This helped us through the following days of our beloved pet's inevitable passing. As hard as it was I believe he is and always will be beside me forever and we will walk together in many meditations.

    I still and always will love my pet my friend who loved me and my family unconditionally.... many many years of living in this life and sharing together what many may never ever experience.

    For those who do know this life experience they are as blessed as I am.

    For all of my new hub connections with loving positive responses:

    I wish you a great day of love and light.

    Sabre1 smile

    1. Rainbow Pride profile image62
      Rainbow Prideposted 6 years ago in reply to this


      I know how hard it is to lose a pet. They become part of your family. They love you unconditionally and they're always there for you when you need them. I'm sorry you lost your friend, your family member.

      I'm even sorrier that people were cruel to you when all you wanted was a second opinion. Or maybe just a few kind words. I also know how that feels.

      The important thing to do right now is to remember that your pet will always be in your heart and to keep your pet alive in memory.

      Wishing you lots of love and light,
      Rainbow Pride

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      cosetteposted 6 years ago in reply to this

      no respect.

      that's how many people are lately. they read tiny parts of people's hubs and attack them for no reason. if they would actually read the whole hub they would see how inappropriate their comments can be.

      i didn't read your hub, but i am sorry about your pet. i have a little bunny who means the world to me and if i lost her i would be heartbroken. last year she got sick and i cried the first two days because she just laid there so still and cold, like a little furry statue. thankfully she got better.

      those people who left nastiness on your hub are not HubPages. they are just disgruntled souls with no regard for other people's feelings. i hope you feel better soon.

  2. Haunty profile image85
    Hauntyposted 6 years ago

    I'm sorry you had this negative experience, Sabre1.

    I'm sure you did everything you could for your dog and that he had a very happy life with your family.

    I know it's too late but if you still need someone to talk to you can mail me. smile

  3. habee profile image91
    habeeposted 6 years ago

    This is so sad...I'm sorry you're going through this.

  4. Sally's Trove profile image99
    Sally's Troveposted 6 years ago

    I can't imagine what you got replies to, since you have no Hubs and no forum participation except for starting this thread.

    You have no history here, unless you were here under another account, with a different name.

  5. Maria Cecilia profile image81
    Maria Ceciliaposted 6 years ago

    I just lost my dog Pissy last March 2 and although I still have another dog that I called Peso, I was still devastated and until now I know my life will never be the same again. NOw it's only me and Peso in my house and might welcome another pet soon.  I know the feeling when one's pet is sick. Peso undergone six surgeries and it was a great blessing from God to see him healthier now adays, but Pissy's did not make it...

    I understand your feelings also about those people here in hubs that gave you offending comments.. you know some dog lovers think they are the best when it comes for caring for dogs, and I realized too, dog rearing became a competition to some, the more they read, the better they are ( that's what they think), having forgotten the very basic of dog caring.....

    Goodluck to you and try to follow me so that you will know my dogs' stories