By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
He said that Honey passed away on Tuesday. McClenathan said that a piece of his heart is missing with the loss of his beloved dog.
“I lost one of the best things in my life today,” McClenathan said in a Facebook post. “I found Honey at a Rescue almost 3 years ago. They told me she had been there for a month or so. She was very depressed and would only eat a hand full of food a week, not to mention her name was Money. Yes, some people suck that much!!! She came right to me and I knew I could give her the love and attention she needed. By the time I finished her paperwork, her name changed to honey. And we were on our way home.
“Within a day or so, she was eating 3 meals a day and living like a Rockstar her paperwork said she was 10 years old. If I had to guess, she was closer to 12. To be totally honest, I had hit a rough road in my life and she was there for me in so many ways I’m not sure who saved who!! Her hips started giving out about a month ago and it was my turn to help her. The last two weeks, I carried her up and down the stairs, out to go to the bathroom — whatever she needed. And today when we woke up, I could tell she was in pain, even though she was still eating all her meals. It was time. Now she is in doggie heaven and I’m sure she is running through the fields And I’m missing a piece of my heart. RIP Honey”
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