Hi everyone, I'm new in this forum. My name is Carolina, I live in a small town near Florence (IT), since english is not my first language I'm sorry in advance for any grammar error.
On Tuesday I lost my beloved dog Jasper after an ischemia. He was a Cavalier King so he had heart issues like most of them and we also found out on Monday that he had a thyroid cancer.
We rushed to the vet at 5 a.m and he told us there was so little he could do, because the dog was unconcious and ice cold so the vet tried his best to do something for him. Unfortunately, he died at home at 7 a.m. It was all so sudden, I still can't believe it. I miss him so much, I can't stop crying...
I have a little piece of him, since I have his son Tristan and he comforts me a lot.
To make things worst my 20 year-old cat is at the end of his life. He had a leg thrombosis on the 17th of August and partially lost his legs. It seemed like he was feeling better, but now he doesn't even want to eat anymore and also can't defecate because it's too tiring for him. I know his time has come to an end and I will probably have to put him to sleep. I know I have to let him go and I'll have to do what's better for him, because I can't see him suffer like this.
He had a great life, he has been with me my whole life (I'm 25) and he saw the vet maybe 2 or 3 times in 20 years. But it's all so difficult especially after my dog died a few days ago and now I have to say goodbye to my cat too.