just because someone out and out lies to me or fudges around the movable details or goes so far to blur the truth so that the real reality is barely recognizable...does not mean they get away scot free.
just because i believed the warped up story you told does not make what you did ok. it just means you did something not right and then wrapped it up pretty to hide it. but sorry to tell you, the stark truth is still sitting underneath all of the painstakingly pretty wrapping.
so what is the real truth of the current homelessness of mya the dog?....cuz apparently she has been living with the ex-inlaws for the PAST TWO AND A HALF YEARS and when they did not want her any more she came with a bullshit blurred up story to here.
so here is my guess about the life of this dog..she has been an inconvenient burden passed around from pillar to post so all of her human family's lives were easier. she has been handed around to whoever would reluctantly and temporarily take her til there was no where else left to pass her...and then her euthanization appointment was made.
wanna know what i did when my marriage split up? i took pretty close to thirty wrecked senior and special needs animals who relied solely on me and rented a shitty tin box trailer out in the middle of nowhere until i could find us all a better home.
i am so sick to death of being lied to, of feeling sorry for the untrue pain in someone's life, of being manipulated by bullshitted up stories to do right by the animals their own families have consciously and purposely abandoned and then mxed up the truth to make it ok.
no freaking wonder this dog has separation anxiety, she has not been able to count on anyone in her family for anything except for making her homeless again and again.
shame on all of you to treat her so..she is a far better being than any of her humans...at least she truly understands the meaning of loyalty.
maybe in her next life she will be lucky enough to find a committed family who not only loves her but will do everything that they possibly can to actually keep her...maybe she will find a family that deserves her.
mya is a good, good dog.