I have a friend whom I'm cool with but I realize that I don't really know her as well as I'd like to know a friend. We first became friends a little over a year ago but fell off for about 6 months due to adult life occupying our time. I just recently found out that she used to do drugs and her son's father "has a lot more sh*t on her" then she has on him during their custody battle. :/ Slightly shady and makes me wonder...
Anyway, she's had puppy that she's been constantly complaining about because she hasn't had the time to properly discipline and train him so he's rowdy, annoying, and makes messes. While she hasn't been neglecting him physically and has provided plenty of food, water, and a comfy dog bed for him, she hasn't been able to care for him emotionally and mentally due to her hectic work schedule. Just last week she was trying to sell him. Yesterday, she said she thought he was dying because he wouldn't touch his food and seemed depressed, saying that dogs can die from depression. This morning she said he was dead. Is that a bit soon? I've never had a dog but that seems like it happened awfully quick. Is that normal or does that sound shady? What do you think?
- Yes, that's shady and she may have killed her dog.78% (7)100% (3)83% (10)Vote
- No that is not shady. The dog died for possible other reasons. *explain*22% (2)0% (0)17% (2)Vote
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I had a horse once. His name was C. J.
On December 13, 2008 I came home from school to have my parents sit me down and tell me that C. J. had passed away that night and when my dad went to put them out in the morning (we stall at night) he found him deceased.
The night before I had fed him and he had behaved as normal. So yes, I believe animals can go overnight. I believe they can be seemingly fine one minute and gone the next.1