Today I am thankful for everything in my life as I am every day but I am extremely thankful for my dog Tribble.
A couple of days ago, he started having leg trouble that escalated into him unable to get up, labored breathing and drinking excessive amounts of water. We took him to the vet who said it is probably arthritis, or cushings disease or cancer. The vet gave him stronger pain medication but it isn’t working. I’m hurting so much for my dog… I wish that I could have his pain instead. We can’t take him to the animal clinic because it’s closed.
Tribble is the sweetest dog in the world… He would never even hurt a bug. He was always in a good mood, full of energy and life never bit, never growled. He always knows if I am having a bad day and he knows all of my deepest troubles and secrets. He is my best friend and helped me through so much. He helped me through my early awkward teenage years all the way to my adult years, which are the most emotionally trying years of them all.
I hope that there is a cure for his pain. I can’t stand to see my extremely loving, kind dog in such agony. It’s breaking my heart.
My poor little baby Tribble is in a terrible amount of pain and can barely get up and walk. The vet said it’s either really bad arthritis, or possibly cushings disease. I feel so bad for him; I am extremely thankful for this little guy… He’s been there for me unconditionally for some of the hardest years of my life. #dogs #thankful #loyal
America is a capitalistic country. I understand that; what I do not understand is the trend all corporations have been making to make their employees work longer, harder, on holidays and for fewer hours and a lower wage than one can live on. Shoppers boycotting stores today will most likely do more harm than good; if stores don’t reach sales goals they probably will cut employee work hours to make up for it. America needs to get their priorities straight. Thanksgiving is all about being thankful for all of those who help you in life and for the things you already have, not about wanting more things or more from the other people around you.