I stayed where you left me for two days. I’m sleeping on the side of the road. I was terrified of the car traffic, but I didn’t move.
She got out of one of those automobiles last night. I declined her invitation to lunch. She asked me to sleep at her place, but I declined. I attempted to explain that I was waiting for you, but she refused to listen. She took out a leash and told me I couldn’t remain any longer. I bit her numerous times and peed on myself while growling and crying! She had no idea she was distancing me from you! She grabbed me without my will and drove away! I was really sad because I knew you’d be concerned. We eventually ended up at her place.
I continued shouting in the hopes that you would hear me, but you never arrived. I vomited because I was nervous and ill. I kept telling her I had to go back because you’d believe I abandoned you if I wasn’t there! I haven’t stopped sobbing since we split up a few days ago because I love you with all my heart and soul. I want you to know that I would never do something like that to you.
I’m not sure where you are now or why you stopped the car and abandoned me. You had to have had something incredibly essential to do. Can you come to locate me right now, mommy?
I ate today because my stomach ached. I also slept on a really comfortable bed. I even wiggled my tail a little by accident. Please accept my sincere apologies. She’s only being courteous to me. She said I may remain indefinitely. Milo is what she calls me, but I already have a name. You may inform me when you pick me up. You’ll see how astonished she is when you tell her this was a major mistake.
Because you’re coming back for me, mama.
“Pets are not disposable when we no longer want or need them.” They are a long-term commitment. They are related! Thank you to everyone that adopts and saves them till they take their final loving breath. This world is a better place because of you.”