my name is Andy Bull and im from pittsburg california. im almost twenty years old.. but this isnt about me.. otherwise it would be my name as the title. a year ago i got the chance to pick one out of a litter of kittens to have and bring into my home, i named him Wheatley. i had him in my life from April 30th to september 31st.
one night in august.. i wasnt doing too good.. and to keep it short i almost ended my life. the one thing that made me run to my parents was my baby boy.. i looked at him and i just knew i still had someone to live for.. someone who needed me.
on september 31st at 10pm Wheatley passed away.. it was really a huge blow to me and my entire family and i was still crying every night for months.. but he gave me something i could never forget.. he gave me a reason to keep going and he continues to inspire me everyday.
i would like to in a way.. return the favor.. he saved my life and now i would like to help save the life of others.
i would like to add that yes im fully in control of my emotions and im doing great now.
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