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CreamyGoodness 01-18-2013 05:57 PM

If there truly are no dogs in heaven...
 
... Im respectfully opting out.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow...153655088.html

jmendez29 01-18-2013 06:07 PM

Wait... I thought you are a cat person now?

CreamyGoodness 01-18-2013 06:08 PM

I love that cat in part because he acts so much like a dog...

jmendez29 01-18-2013 06:25 PM

I can respect that. I think... I'm not much of a cat person, but these dog stories really get me.

m_c_zero 01-18-2013 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CreamyGoodness (Post 4799779)
... Im respectfully opting out.

x2

nukebrewer 01-19-2013 07:10 AM

I firmly believe when it's time for my dog to go he'll be waiting for me on the other side. Or that if I go before he does he'll genuinely mourn.

lgilmore 01-19-2013 08:01 AM

watch "the hunt" from the twilight zone. It will bust you up.


Obliviousbrew 01-19-2013 08:24 AM

If there is a heaven and my dog canīt be there I really donīt want to go. We have a special conecction, I pick him up from a shelter 8 years ago, he was the sadest puppy I ever seen, afraid of everything he seem to had it rough... with a lot of time an patience he started to get more confident. Iīve take him with me everywhere ever since, we have live together in three different countries and we already went trough two ex wifes (sort of I wasnīt married to one of them). Four years ago I was divorcing, kind of broke and in the middle of an economic crisis that left my jobless... and my dog got a disc hernia that left him unable to walk, pee or go number two without help, my exwife wanted to sacrifice him, I didnīt so I got my last 8000 USD from the bank and started searching for god (and expensive) veterinarians for second opinions: I found one, spend all the money that I have for his surgery... it was hard: he needed me to be on top of him all the time, he needed to stay quiet and not move so he can heal, of course being a dog he didnīt understand that and crawled to my bed at nigth, so I move my matress rigth by him and sleep on the floor by him for a month, I woke up every hour to make sure he was allright it was a nigthmare. After a month will I was vaccum cleaning the house he got scared and started running away... that was one of the happiest moments in my life, Iīm a grown man but I bursted into tears, still do it when I remember it. One day after that I got a job interview and got my current job, two weeks after that I started dating my soon to be wife. Ever since my life become great and me and Victor (thatīs my dogīs name) are more bond than ever: call it karma or wahever you like. I think Victor kind understands what happend and his grateful. So no, I canīt believe in a God that will not allow my dog into heaven.
Sorry for the rant

GarageDweller 01-21-2013 07:34 PM

If heaven ain't a lot like dixie, I don't wanna go...
Hank Williams jr.

a_hard 01-23-2013 05:06 AM

I approve of this thread. I got my mutt two days after my first deployment. A friend found him on the side of the road but couldn't keep him. He's a gsd border collie mix. Smarter than me and great guard dog. Has a record from when my gf was attacked and he tore his throat. I haven't slept without him next to me since I got him. My friend moved in with me and his three yo would ride him like a pony in our apt. He would just stand there and take it. I rescued a cat that was the size of my Palm and he would keep it out of trouble. If dogs don't go to heaven put me in the handbasket because he'll would happier


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