11-14-2017, 11:52 AM
Join Date: Nov 2016
Location: Varna, Bulgaria
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So sorry to hear this. One of my favourite ever dogs was diagnosed with inoperable cancer less than a year after I rescued her and had to be put down less than 3 months later. I was heartbroken. I understand how you feel, it somehow seems worse when they have finally found a good home and then something like this happens. But you have to remember this would have happened anyway, and he could have been with people who didn't care. You are doing your best for him, he's with people he loves and who love him, and whatever the outcome that's what he needs now.
Keep us posted on this, I'd so love to hear that he survives to live a long and happy life with you.
Keep strong and positive. My lovely grandmother (sadly lost to me long ago) used to say 'Don't waste you tears now, there'll be plenty of time for that IF it happens."
Thinking of you