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Memories of King
Sunday November 14, 2021 was a tough day, to say the least. I literally lost my best friend, King, right in front of my eyes. We fought everyday together for this past month and I couldn't come to terms in letting him go. At times I felt selfish, but I just couldnt give up on him. Fortunately he was stronger than I was and made the decision easy for me that morning. Although that lasting impression is embedded in my head, looking back I'm glad you went out in peace and in the comfort of your home.

It's funny because you know this day is inevitable, so you cherish every moment you have while they are around, but when the time comes it's absolutely gut wrenching. I felt like someone ripped my heart right out of my chest. I tell ya, no matter how much I prepared for this day, I wasn't prepared enough. Thankfully my family, friends and girlfriend carried me through. I don't know what I would have done without their support.

King was the absolute definition of loyal. No matter what I was going through in my life, he would always be sitting there, happy, waiting for me for when I got home. King was an extremely chill dog. I lucked out when I stumbled upon him that's for sure. I'll be honest this sucks right now. I realized how lost I was when I woke up to grab the leash and we didn't go out for a walk, but I know your in a better place and pain free. Dogs for real are a "Man's Best Friend." Rest easy my guy. I know you'll be there waiting for me on the other side.

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