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Saying Goodbye to Their Dog (9 pics)

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  • 15 Apr, 2014  |
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№1 Author: styopa (15 Apr 2014 02:09) Total user comments: 962


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It's a dog.
I mean, seriously, I cried when I had to take my dog to have it put down, but this reaches a level of drama-queeniness that...well....is probably entirely normal for San Francisco.

I deeply pity any child they have. It will grow up so precious and sensitive it will cry every day.
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№2 Author: fix (15 Apr 2014 13:17) Total user comments: 0


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if you don't know how to deal with death, if a single dog can make you cry as you see how its owners say goodbye, then I pity the country you live in, you are without a doubt ready to cope with anything just to protect that little pussy inside you. sure, it was a living being, one of man's most precious friend, but come on have some respect for anything that dies, then. do you cry over the spider you just smashed with your shoe ? do you shed a tear for the mosquito you splat on the wall ? do you feel stupid and guilty when you step on a snail and crush its shell ? and what about those children starving to death, or all those nameless beggars dying alone far far away from your camera ? hypocrite.
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№3 Author: Keta (15 Apr 2014 14:48) Total user comments: 384


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You might not care enough for a pet, but it was part of their family. And when someone you care about dies, you cry, not matter if it's an animal or a person.
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№4 Author: choochwhocharlie (15 Apr 2014 15:21) Total user comments: 1963


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I cried more over my dog, Piper, than I ever did on my parents passing.
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (15 Apr 2014 16:54) Total user comments: 5461


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personal animals are a personal loss, delt with personally. The psoting was slightly over the top for me, but sorry for their loss none the less...
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№6 Author: twitchyfuzz (15 Apr 2014 19:20) Total user comments: 373


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styopa, gotta agree with you. There is a great difference between being attached to a pet that brings great joy, and a parent that always seems to be controlling how much fun you have.
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№7 Author: Lu (15 Apr 2014 21:16) Total user comments: 15082


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Sad story.
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№8 Author: Jaal (16 Apr 2014 14:25) Total user comments: 0


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Mmm. Mixed feelings.

Respect for your life companion and mourning his death - Totally OK, that's how it should be.
Taking endless photos & posting - It should be a personal moment embedded in your memories, who's the show for?
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№9 Author: shewentwhoa (17 Apr 2014 03:19) Total user comments: 1327


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The last 2 made me tear up.
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