This morning I discovered that my (indisputably) best friend of the past 10 years of my life has come out of remission from her previous bout of lymphoma. Her treatments have earned her an extra two years of life and--even with cancer, age, etc. regardless--she is still as energetic as ever. I'm not ready to let her go.
Friends, I cannot stand asking for help (I abhor it), but with starting a new job and other major lifelchanges, I'm absolutely unable to do
anything for her on my own.
The success rate is high with the protocol that I've placed on her on--and would like to place her on again--but it's extremely expensive (the
amount I'm asking for will not cover the entirety of the regimen).
I know some would think it's crazy to spend this much on an old mutt
like her, but I'm 100% certain that if she makes it through this, she's got plenty of
years left to her. Like many dogs we've all owned, she's a lady that has
gotten me through numerous ups and and downs; without judgments.
I wouldn't feel great about myself if I didn't try everything that I could.
Thank ya'll for absolutely any help.
- Laura Mynsberge
- Amanda Free
- John Hawkins