First let me offer some background, several months ago my sister adopted a 5 month old puppy, Chance, for her son. He was not housebroken.
This is the email she sent me.
I am so sorry to hear about your bout with Samsomnia. It sounds quite awful and I hope I never go through it. I on the other hand am going through something quite horrible myself...
Chanceragia (n): The extreme rage that hits a person when their dog looks at them, purposely pees right in front of them and then runs around through the pee attacking their owner even while the owner is screaming at the top of their lungs and telling the stupid dog to come to them. The dog then tries to bite the owners thumb off and instead jams the thumb into the persons hand causing extreme pain and even further rage. The dog stupidly wags his tail the whole time like everyone is playing a fun game.
Chanceragia is extremely serious and drives a person to such a rage they feel like they are having a heart attack.
I'll pray for you and you pray for me.
Although I got a good laugh from her reply, I do have a lot of sympathy for her. I reminded her about my dog, Michael, when she was 6 months old. I was visiting my parents when I finally reached my breaking point. I remember I was so frustrated that I tied her leash to the leg of the couch and left the room sobbing.
She then sent me another email...
Thanks for the sympathy. It does help to know that someone else went through something similar and that they didn't go stark raving mad.
I've had two more bouts of Chanceragia since I last wrote you. Pray for Chance...There is a new mutation of Chanceragia and it's called Homicidal Chanceragia. It is extremely serious. This happens when the dog pees in your son's room this morning and then when you are steam cleaning the carpet he jumps on your son's bottom bunk bed and pees all over it. The dog is in solitary confinement for the rest of his life (or until I calm down). He peed so much it went through the mattress and it is ruined. He also wagged his tail as I went chasing him to lock him in his cage. Keep praying...
So please pray for both her and Chance.
"Father, everything is possible for you. Please take this cup of suffering away from me. Yet I want your will, not mine"
(Mark 14:36 (NLT).