She ate her supper as usual, we had our normal play time, he even barked like crazy from excitement of being let out to do her business at 12:45am.
We went to bed, my husband passing out while I read, and Kota was on the floor right beside me. At 1:32am our other border collie jumped up and barked at me and about 20 seconds later Kota started shaking and crying. At firs I thought she was dreaming, but the whining was too high and too much of it and it was a full body shake not just her legs.
I was on the floor with her in about half a second, damn near killing me since I just had surgery 3 days before. I tried shaking her, calling to her, anything I could think of, but after about 30 seconds the shaking stopped. By this time my husband is awake and on the floor with us doing the same thing, trying to comfort her, wake her up etc. About 10 sec after she stopped shaking she shook twice more and then she was just gone...
It's killing me not knowing what happened to her.View Thread
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