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Komorabii

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I don't know exactly what I'm doing on here or how this works but I'm going to try this out I guess. I'm probably doing this wrong but I don't really care.
My cat, Rocky, had to be put down two weeks ago. He had been struggling for over a month with bladder issues, and the first time we took him to the vet, they said that these issues were common among male cats, so we didn't worry. They fixed the problem within a week. However, maybe two weeks later, he got sick again. We took him back, and they fixed him again. We were starting to get a bit worried because this kept happening, but we still thought nothing major was happening. Until the forth time he got sick. He could barely move. My parents called the vet that night, and we took him in that morning. Turns out he wouldn't make it. We learned that he was born with a birth defect that only recently showed up. They told us that we could try surgery, but there was only a 10% chance it would work, and it might put him in more pain. My parents agreed that we shouldn't keep him in pain, and it was time to let go. I cried the whole time. I think the worst part was watching the vet feel his heartbeat, and then say "He's gone." He was only four years old, he had at least 10 more good years in him. He was my best friend. It's been two weeks and I still can't stop crying and breaking down when I think of him. Does anybody know how long it takes to get over the worst of this? I'm tired and I miss him with all my heart. If you have been in a similar situation, I'm praying for you. 
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