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Mar 21, 2007 | 7:56 PM EDT
  • Weekly 4th Place March 28, 2007

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While my other cartoon is not sad, this one is sad. It is about a sad thing that happens to people sometimes!

Reviews


KibbsKibbs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:(

it was short and simple...but it really made me sad and was kind of painful which in an odd way is good because anything that can bring out that kind of emotion is good...grats on such a powerful flash animation


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grenademangrenademan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

.......wow

this is very powerful
it made me remember what its like to lose a best friend and a relitive and a pet and it brought out some deep emotions i never thought i had
very good



EnemyopticsEnemyoptics

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great work!

I really liked this one a lot. Its nice to see something other than old school pixelated video game characters doing stupid shit. Anyway, this short really hits home for anyone who's ever had a dog. Great work.



j-sparkesj-sparkes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

a true, touching movie

this movie made me think how i'll feel when i loos my dog... luckily he is only two so i have lots more time to spend with him. and i agree fully with the person below me (sgt somthing?) his review made me really understand this movie.



SgtDoodSgtDood

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of my dog, Geddy.

I met him off the streets when I was about 7, he was abandoned and mis-used, and so I took him in. He was young, and I always hid him from my parents since they hated a big dog tracking mud around the house. When I was 8, my parents finally found him, and they said I sohuld get rid of him. But I didn't I took care of him, and gave him the home and love he needed. He was the best and only friend I ever had. When I was 9, my parents finally agreed to let me keep him. We always ran around a field a few blocks from my house, and he was as healthy as ever. I grew up with him to when I was 14, and he grew pretty old. He was still playful, but not as playful as he used to be. When I turned 16, he was sad, well at least, he looked sad. His eyes were watery and he looked sick. A few months later, he died. Ever since then, I go to his grave to remember the one dog that gave me a reason to keep living. I'll never forget him. The point of this, is that if you have a dog that you love, or even a dog at all, spend as much time as you possibly can with it, to the moment it dies. Sadly, all things must die, but that isn't something you should think about. What you need to think about is to live with what you have, don't cry over what you'll lose.


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