I moved into my new house, which was a 3-bedroom house in a suburb in central New South Wales, and had my first baby, in November 2016.
I was thrilled to have a new family and to be able to make a life with my new baby.
But when I moved, I was forced to leave my dog in a cage at the bottom of the stairs.
A month after my baby was born, my cat started to develop a severe case of pneumonia.
I knew it was a terrible thing to leave her alone and to move her.
At first I thought it was just my cat getting better.
But soon, she became lethargic and weak, and I was concerned.
When my cat went into a ventilator, I called Animal Care NSW to see what I could do.
After several hours, the vet came to my door.
He asked if I could take my cat back to her cage.
I couldn’t because I didn’t have a dog.
He said that if I didn�t get my cat into the cage, I would be responsible for any damage she could do to her old one.
The vet told me to put her in a special room for her.
I asked how many hours she had been in the cage.
He told me it had been four days.
I didn�ts want to risk hurting her.
So I went into the vet and asked him how long she had spent in the crate.
He said it had probably been two to three days.
After I told him the number of days in the cat cage, he said he was sorry.
It seemed that my new home wasn�t going to be the one I had planned for.
I decided to move out.
In the weeks after moving out, I started to feel better and I had the courage to move back in.
I spent three weeks trying to get her to stay.
I told her to keep her cat cage clean, but she wouldn�t listen. She didn� t want me to do anything.
Over the next two months, I had to put up with my cat going into the bathroom every other day.
And when I went out for walks, I found that she was still going into her old cage.
Then she started biting me and biting my back.
I didn, and then she started trying to bite me.
She would also chew me up, and chew on my nails.
I had my nails cut off, and she started chewing on my ear.
We went into an animal hospital and we had to have her taken away.
She was a very strong, determined animal and was not happy with what was happening to her.
And, for the first time in her life, she had a home.
A year after I moved out, she was diagnosed with a very rare condition called ‘dog lung’.
She was also suffering from the disease, and, because of the poor quality of care at the vet, the hospital was sending her to another veterinary hospital in New South Welsh.
That hospital has now euthanised her.
She now lives in a foster home.
In February 2017, I got a call from Animal Care.
They said they were interested in moving her into a different home, but I could only afford $500 for the cost of moving.
I could not afford the vet bills.
So, I told them I could give them a loan of $50,000.
They then said they would do the work. I said, �You are just going to have to do it.
I will pay the loan back. If I don�t, you have my permission to keep the cat.’
I told Animal Care that I wanted to take the cat back into the shelter where she had lived.
They gave me the option of moving her to a private home.
Animal Care told me that they could have me move her back to a foster care home, which they could accept. They didn�tt say what would happen to her after they got her into the foster home, though they did give me the options of moving to a home where she could be reunited with her family.
So I went to Animal Care to have the dog move to my new place, in June 2017.
I got to the vet the following day.
He diagnosed me with a rare genetic condition, which caused me to lose a large part of my liver.
Animal Care said they could put her back in her old home but would have to get permission from me to move in.
When I went in to have my pet transferred, I felt so sad and embarrassed.
I left Animal Care feeling sad and confused.
It didn�ti feel like I was moving into my old home.
I felt I had let her down and was letting her down for me.
I tried to make up for it by putting my dog’s fur back on, but the