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Re: pet loss

Geesh, my heart goes out to each of you that has lost a pet recently.   As 
someone who has no "human" children, but lots of "pet" children, I can  totally 
relate to your pain.  I'm so very sorry.  Your passage, Kitty,  was so 
perfect.....the best thing is to remember the time spent together, with  the 
knowledge that they had a perfect home too, and enriched our lives while  here with 
us.  If anything, it teaches us that life is short and that we  should not put 
off giving love and attention to these little creatures that have  such 
unconditional love and demand so little but to be loved in return.   Again, I'm sorry 
for each of your losses.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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