Organized by: Kelli Johnson
I have Rex for a long time, he has truly been my best friend. I love him with all my heart, but lately it's harder for him to get along with normal day to day things. Rex is my little guy, I can look at him and his little face and smile because I can see in his eyes how much he loves me and my girls. We got the news a couple of months ago that Rex has cancer and when I see the decrease in activities or eating or potty habits it's time to look into putting him to rest. I know everyone says they love their pets, but Rex was never a pet, he is and will always be mommies baby boy. It saddens my heart to think he won't be there at the door with one of his babies wagging his little nub tail. I have looked into this, Rex vet will come to the house where he will be more comfortable to take his last breath and then cremation. All of the cost is overwhelmed me with how can I put my best friend to rest and do it the right way? I am reaching out to my family and friends to help say good bye to best little guy in my life.