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Published: 14 years ago
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Re: Work Meeting survival.

Hello Mpdela

Thank you for you kind response. I greatly appreciate kindness when itís shown to me. One thing Iíve learned from all this is how valuable a kind word , a smile, or even compassion for another person is.
I was planning to get tested for TMAU before I was terminated from my previous job.. I had made a doctors appointment to test for this, I had also contacted two lawyers, one declined to take my case and I just gave up on the other one, I was scared that a big issue would be made of this, being the Young-Williams Animal Center in a City-County run facility, I was scared someone would contact the news mediaÖand I didnít need that.

However, after I was fired, over something trivial, I spoke to the owner of a veterinary clinic to find out weather or not they had means to fire me, he said that it was an unfair termination, and that there should have been a vet present. That, only a vet could fire me for what they were claiming as their reason ( I was fired by a kennel manager, because I didnít vaccinate a sick pup, an animal that would have automatically been euthanized. Anything ill coming into the Young-Williams Animal Center is immediately euthanized after the legal holding period of three days. The reason they claimed they had to fire me was, due to the pup not being vaccinated, and that they HAD to euthanize it. In other words, because of ME not vaccinating to pup, THEY HAD to kill it. ) On my termination papers, they wrote that my actions( or rather lack of) lead to the suffering of an animal. They made it sound as if I had beaten an animal or something. Working in the animal profession is my lifeís dream! Now, I work cleaning kennels at a local vet, I barely make enough money to cover my rent! LOL! But hey! Thatís life, Right!?! All we can do is move on!?! I know that I sure am. Iím currently pursuing a hobby of mine in wildlife education, I will be dealing with the public A LOT, So I definitely want to get a handle on this. Just to give you a bit of history, as a child I was constantly constipated. It wasnít uncommon for me to go three weeks or LONGER with out a BM! I had my Colon completely removed in 2001. All I have now is a small intestine, shortly after wards is when the odor started, Iíd say maybe a year and a few months later. I use to post here way back in the day, Maybe you can find some of my old post. It feels good to be back! Again I would like to thank you for you invite to join in on the conference calls!

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