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Susi

I was 9 years old when she came to us, a sweet little German sheperd, 2 months old. My parents bought her with the target that she should protect the house once she gets bigger. I was so  happy to have a pet who I could cuddle to and play with, but I was not allowed to. My parents would give her to eat bones or rest from food that the customers in the restaurant have left. I felt sorry for her and when I was alone at home, I would secretly cook for her, because I loved her so much, she was my joy, my only one.

If she would do something „bad“ like pee everywhere or dirty the area where she uses to be, my parents would hit her so she would learn not to do it anymore.

One day my parents decided that she was not good enough to protect us and it was time to get rid off her…the day came that my parents took her somewhere and left her on the street, a place she would never find the way back home. It was the last time I saw and I have never forgot her. Unfortunately, she was not the last animal who came to our house and not the last one that was left somewhere again…

Moments like this have broken my inner child’s heart and this heart cries today still…

 

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lol looks like she was getting you back for the jokes you play on her!

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because you are asian and like to eat them?!

Sad thing, but I guess that is just life sometimes.

awwwwwwwwwww makes sad face and hugs you!

Omg, I am so sorry. I hate hearing that suff yet here I am reading it. I hope you end up with a dog and truly love it like a family member.

its ashame some people are like that and im sorry that you as a young child had to see somthing like that

I know that parents have to do things their children might not understand, but in your case, they were being too practical. If the dog wasn't earning it's keep, that is no reason to abandon it. I hope you get another German Shepherd pup and love it like there's no tomorrow, a tenth of your love would be sufficient ;)

I am sorry your parents broke your inner child's heart. Hugs and smiles!