I don't think your nut's. I believe all living creatures have a soul. I
believe that animals are like children. I also believe that if someone you
love is away or can't for some reason be there for you in your time of need.
That thier near you in spirit. They go where you go. If you believe in
Angels believe that your angel will be there no matter what. I will say a
prayer for you both in hopes that you will both be ok.
Take Care, White Tiger
At 09:44 PM 8/13/96 -0700, you wrote:
>Date: Tue, 13 Aug 1996 21:42:32 -0700
>From: andrea Marzheuser <Tatiana@family-net.org>
>X-Mailer: Mozilla 2.01 (Win16; U)
>Subject: A call for prayers
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> I know this isn't about cancer but in a way it is really. You all know
>I have cancer of the vulva and that my surgery is on 8/28. This past
>weekend my father was admitted with a mild heart attack and I came down
>with yet again another upper respiratory infection. (I guess my immune
>sytem is busy trying to cure the cancer on it's own) Well, you know I
>could just about take all that. But my dog Bella (who is like a child to
>me)as well as one of the chief reasons, I keep on keepin on became sick
>about one month ago. She started with diarrhea and of course I went round
>with the vet about food changes and medicine. Cooking sirloin for her and
>then she began vomiting so I took her in for blood work, which showed
>everything was normal, so more medicine. Well five weeks later and she
>won't get up and won't eat anthing. I am watching her loose her life
>force before my eyes. I take her in to be admitted and her urine is very
>dark, and I keep saying why? They keep saying oh she's just dehydrated,
>after 24 they still hadn't tested her urine I demanded they do. Low and
>behold she has bile in her urine, her liver is not functioning right.
>They have told me because she is four that it is hereditary and that she
>may need an operation on her portal value. Well, I am loosing it. I am
>angry, I don't really know how I will but I will get the operation done
>if she needs it. (One more test will tell us for sure) I am falling
>apart. I know she's just a dog, but she can't leave me now. I need her
>love for my own operation and recovery. She's just a little dog a Pom she
>means so much to me. So I ask you for prayers for her and for me. She's
>all I have, no children just her. You all most likely think I am nut's,
>but I have to ask anyway.
> Thank you
BarbK and aWhytTigr
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