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Kbull07

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I put down my 9 year old Pitbull 5 weeks ago. I loved this dog more than anyone or anything. He was everything to me. I am shocked that I am not more upset than what I am. A few years ago he was lost for a day and I was a hysterical mess. I couldn’t eat, sleep, function, cried for 24 hours straight. Anytime he was not in my house when I came home (had been away from work waiting to pick him up at kennel), I absolutely hated staying at the house without him.

The day I found out he had nasal cancer, I only had 13 days before I had to put him down and everything progressed so fast.

The past 5 weeks have been strange, first few weeks I beat myself up over the cancer telling MySelf I should have done this or that when I reality the vet told me this was just a awful cancer and nothing would have saved him. For the past 5 weeks I have just been numb, but just sad all the time almost depressed.

This really has me stirred up because I loved that dog more than anything, why am I not crying hysterically ? How am I able to function.

Anyone experience anything like this,
Siyahamba

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I can understand. Grief is strange, and different for everyone.

I lost my boy nearly two months ago. He was my world. I missed him so much...yet I never cried. Oddly enough, earlier tonight it finally broke through and I had a long cry. It's not that I haven't missed him until now; I have missed him very much. I just never cried until now. 
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