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Default Apr 01, 2024 at 07:51 AM
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Last year I lost my brother to a fetnyl overdose his name is Ryan Chiglinsky. Then a few months later I found my sister Aime Chiglinsky dead. And it really messedevup mentally I was already on the verge.
I have a dog named Lucy and now I'm about to loose her as well unless I get the money together to pay for the surgery. I don't know what would have done without her this past year she got me through it. I wake up from deep sleep because I'm crying in my sleep and it terrifying.
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Default Apr 01, 2024 at 11:31 AM
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@LucysDaddy welcome to MSF I am sorry that you have had so many losses. That must be tough on you.

My dog had cancer and they suggested very expensive treatments to save him but I did not do that because I knwe it would stress him out. He lived a good life past what the vets suggested. He died at home.

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