Cy

We have a Sheltie who is almost 12 years old. He has always been “quirky” to say the least. He’s skittish, jumpy, and not very patient but he is part of our family. I have a true love/hate relationship with Cy. He drives me nuts with his constant barking, but he melts my heart because he love us fiercely.
A couple of months ago we found out that he has a tumor. In all likelihood it is cancerous but we did not think that putting him through multiple surgeries was the right choice. It would be too difficult on him.
Kayla had a difficult time hearing this news. We got him when she was two years old so she does not remember life without him. She and her friends wrote this song about him. It might not be in the best taste, but I know she is thinking about him and will miss him when he’s gone. And it makes me laugh. (Clearly I am not a videographer)

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7 responses to “Cy

  1. S.Kremer

    Awww, how sad:( Pets really do became a part of the family don’t they. Cute song though:)
    Shawna (shawkrem)

  2. Diana

    Im sorry to hear about your doggy. and i know how hard it is for your DD to hear about the tumor. i really like the song though and the girls are really good at singing. we had a dog that DD knew since she was about 2 1/2 and she ran away, eventhough its been a few months since she ran away DD still tell’s me remember when she used to…
    TFS

  3. Reds

    So sad that you have a very sick dog… but I can understand the need to laugh about a bad situation… great singers too!

  4. Jess

    Aww, poor Cy! And poor kids! I am so glad to see that they can deal with their sadness with humor as well… that is SO awesome. (and I thought their song was cute too!)

  5. Margaret

    Poor Cy! That will be hard for your family when he’s gone. Sometimes humor is what gets us through, right?

  6. Amy

    Poor Cy! I like how at the end of the video you show Cy. 🙂

  7. Chell

    Poor Cy. never easy haveing a sick fur baby…

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