We were saddened by the loss of our little chihuahua princess named Lily. I know some of you have dogs and you can relate to Lily´s story. She had been our bunch of joy... although we were only fostering her since 6 years, she became close to our hearts.
The discovered weed newbie I named Lily Kush...
As you might have remembered, I discovered the newbie about 4 weeks ago in a pot where Green Poison had been grown last year... I supposed this is a Green Poison variety, but I am not sure because I was growing various strains at the same time. I am anxious how big this will grow. I named this strain LILY KUSH in honor of Lily.
Lily, the chihuahua princess....
It happened on May 22nd, the day after my birthday.... Our doggie Lily, our 9 year-old chihuahua princess left us to finally meet her rainbow friends a week ago. We are so devastated the 2nd time around. The first time was when we had to put to sleep forever our 14 year-old Rottie named Ako in 2007. Lily came to us around the end of 2014, when my mom in-law left her with us when she went to a clinic for Alzheimer patients.
I went food shopping at the Asian Store in our district in that afternoon, while my husband went to walk Lily in the pathway that is intended for dog walks. In the course of their walking, Lily broke down along the way, sacked her tummy and face on the ground and did not move. The thing was, she did not show any sign of exhaustion... she was always walking slow and stopping or sniffing around. While her face was down on the ground, my husband held her up, Lily´s eyes wide opened, she didn´t move.
My husband panicked he didn´t know what to do .. he shook her but still she didn´t move, so husband hurried up home which was just a few meters away and again and again shook her. Only then did he realize that Lily is already gone and she died on the spot along the pathway. She must have had a stroke or a heart attack or maybe the final seizure that she suffocated...IDK, all these mentioned possibilities didn´t show any sign of anything... no clue, simply nothing as she was walking normal like any other senior dog of nine years.
At times she had something like epileptic seizures because she would run and would lay on her back with legs up and shaking, I would animate her, shook her a bit and tap her chest and back and she would be fine after some seconds.
When I went to the vet a month ago to have her tooth extracted, I told the vet about her seizures, she examined her but did not find any anomaly in her breathing. We were scheduled to go back for a bigger tooth extraction (with anesthesia) this month and for some blood test to check her heart. Then, we called the vet and told her what happened to Lily and we arranged to bring her to the clinic to have her in their cool room for safekeeping. She is scheduled for cremation next Tuesday , June 2nd.
I held her lifeless body in my arms on that afternoon when I came home. Only then that I realized the truth she was not breathing anymore and she was gone. Tears came down bucket full, the pain was simply strong and I could not breath properly because my nose was clogged caused by crying. I decided to lit a Northern Light J to ease the pain and sorrow. We put her in her bed overnight as sort of her last night and we reminisced the past when we traveled with her to Southern Spain, Germany, Hungary and Amsterdam.... she had been a cool dog. Hubby and I are both devastated, we will miss her very dearly!
The rolled stash...
Good to have some rolled Js ready for smoking...Here I pre -rolled some various strains.... it´s kinda slowing down life while taking the time to puff anytime, any day. We sometimes forget the pain and the sorrow. We have the plan to take a rescue dog later, an older one maybe and give him/her the chance to enjoy the remaining years.