Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Whidbey Island Washington
If a vet determines that there is nothing wrong with her (other than her sight) and you keep her for the next year, 2 years 10 years, etc. and things change and you can't keep her and also aren't able to find a suitable home, is it really worse to put her down after 1,2 or 10 years of happy, healthy life, than it is to put her down now? It may be harder on YOU, but I am certain it wouldn't be harder on her, since she would know nothing different, and with proper care, would live happily for the time she had with caring people.