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- Sat, 02 Dec 2017 17:31:04 EST XDmLyxsi No.33594
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Can we get a thread going that features older pets? My cat is 18 and I'm proud of him.
Hugh Bannerstud - Fri, 08 Dec 2017 13:59:28 EST ySNKBpuv No.33611 Reply
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Twas my dog around 12 or 11. I miss her dearly
Caroline Neppershit - Fri, 22 Dec 2017 01:14:35 EST +qwzmtzA No.33622 Reply
:*( looked like a good girl/boy

why do dogs have to die
Barnaby Wuppershit - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 06:13:00 EST khXyJMpu No.33633 Reply
A dogs lifeforce should be linked to its loving human counterpart so you would both blow your last breath at the same moment
Angus Smallman - Sun, 06 May 2018 19:25:10 EST 07vnP8ov No.33797 Reply
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I inherited my cat from my dad when he moved away. I've known him since a kitten, lived with him and my dad for a few years after that back when he was an indoor/outdoor cat. Then he became my own cat 6 and a half years ago and I had to convert him to indoor-only (with occasional backyard/patio trips). He's 17 now and still kicking. He's like my fuzzy orange brother now. :3
Thomas Dorringstick - Mon, 07 May 2018 00:44:39 EST k8QpAWjf No.33798 Reply
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Chippy, my idiot brother in law left the front door wide open last year.
Samuel Fungerridge - Mon, 07 May 2018 02:00:14 EST Gge8ZwNv No.33800 Reply
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fatty catty
Hannah Dartspear - Tue, 08 May 2018 00:25:35 EST /ehUctqm No.33803 Reply
Because they're selfless little bastards who want you to find the next dog that needs a loving home.
Cyril Sullerman - Wed, 09 May 2018 04:21:11 EST 07vnP8ov No.33805 Reply

My family lost one of our cats for good when my older brother threw a party while our parents were out of town. He let some asshole spend the night on the couch and he left literally every single door in the house open while he drank a pack of beer and kept going back and forth across the street to buy weed off a neighbor. Pissed me off to no end since our cat likely got killed by coyotes since she was a little chubby indoor tabby cat we rescued from an animal abuse shelter years earlier.
Esther Fobbleham - Fri, 18 May 2018 17:38:06 EST f5CgKqjN No.33819 Reply
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He wasn't that old, but since the thread's sort of about the buddies we miss, I'd like to introduce you all to Oliver.
He used to work as a therapy / SpEd dog, and I was literally the only person in the whole school who he would misbehave around. It was pretty common for me to be walking outside and suddenly hear him galloping toward me, then look up and see the therapist on the other side of the school. When he played with me, he'd bark and nip and jump around - generally doing all the things that working dogs aren't supposed to do - until some kids walked by, at which point he'd go back to being a good boy. Getting to go see Oliver was a reward for the kids, and getting to come see me was a reward for him.
I just learned last week that he died, and it's been just as rough as when my girls died. Maybe worse, even: he helped me through the painful periods after my girls' deaths, but now I have to deal with this on my own. I loved the silly guy like he was my own.
Eugene Seblingstud - Sat, 09 Jun 2018 19:04:30 EST X4w8vjWE No.33837 Reply
he was probably such a very good boy, ugh I love goldens, by far one of my favorite breeds :(

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