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Favorite visual artistNostromo?Favorite moviesGet Smart, TransformersFavorite TV showsDesperate housewives, House, Law and Order:Special Victims unit.Favorite bands / musical artistsAbingdon Boys school,Headhunterz, Showtek,supercell, Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Len, all other vocaloids XDFavorite booksFallen, Torment,Passion and Rapture ( by lauren kate), the Judge Ookha books by Dorothy and Thomas HooblerFavorite writersDorothy and Thomas Hobler, J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K Rowling, Lauren KateFavorite gamesHalo seiries,Mass Effect Seiries, Harvest moon, SimsFavorite gaming platformAll of them...seriously I have almost all current gen systemsTools of the TradeWacom TabletOther InterestsAnime, manga, animation.
Today has been a rough week for all of us at the clinic. 2 dogs that we all knew and loved lost their battle with cancer. Two cats of family's that we consider our own were put down because of kidney failure We are adjusting to having just fired a member in reception and training one of the treatment girls for a replacement and new position . We've seen a lot of hard cases this week . It's been really tough .
Today we had on our schedule, two dogs to come in one right after the other. The first , was a client whom we have been working with to help her dog after a major fracture repair surgery . she was just in for a simple bandage change and recheck on her leg. The second, was a family that we have never seen before who were putting down their dog of 15 years. Patient #1 was waiting in the lobby while the doctors took her dog back to the treatment area to change the bandage, and was sitting on the bench texting on her phone while patient #2 came in and began to go over the paperwork and cremation options for their dog. they were iffy on wanting the cremations back because it was the more expensive of the choices, but opted for it any way because they loved their dog and wanted her home. So when they brought their dog in we were all trying to hold it together. This was a beautiful yellow lab that just looked like death . could hardly walk , was shaking from the cold, etc. You could just tell she was an old girl who's time had come up . so our treatment staff takes them into the room. Dr. Brady goes in shortly after to talk to the family . While we were all waiting, Patient #1 , who had just gotten her dog back after her bandage changed, comes up and tells me " Hey Anna, I would like to pay for that family's cremations for their dog " Mind you this is a woman who has spent well over $5,000 in the past two months alone for surgeries and treatment for her own dog. I went back and told the treatment girls because I wasn't sure how to technically do that in our system . When I told them they were all truly as blown away as I was, and we all came out into the lobby to figure it out . and when we did, one of the girls went into the room with the family to tell them " we had a client in the lobby who heard us talking, and has paid for your cremations for your family"
it was truly a nice , kind thing that made such a horrible week just a little bit better.