I would have to sign a contract that I cannot have any more dogs, with an ok, maybe ONE but that's it, clause!Guess I will try for tomorrow on the cat rescue donations because they were closed. Playing w/ the idea of volunteering. IF I do I am telling them how many cats and dogs I have for a safe guard.
I need to do something more meaningful w/ my time to keep it off Ds
I cannot remember if I already said this but I think I found the perfect thing I can do when I am better. There's a movement called Fospice. It's taking in a shelter dog that is dying so it dies in a loving home with constant care, rather than being in the shelter. I think this could be perfect for me, I can use my Hospice skills but take a break from humans for a while, no chance of taking in another dog and then not being able to pass it on after fostering and I'm used to doing care for the dying in a loving manner but at the same time can maintain professional boundaries so hopefully I can do this and remember it's a good service to the dog despite the loss to me. I could space it out so I don't get emotionally burned out. I have not heard of a Fospice program with our two large shelters, maybe I can write it all up and convince them to give me a trial run. But first I have to be able to totally take care of myself or it is not fair to anyone here to add this on.