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    I'm glad that Doughnut is home again with you, and I hope having her there brings you comfort xx
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    Thinking of you and sending more hugs xx

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    It is comforting to have her back with me. I'm slowly getting used to not seeing that little face any more and I absolutely hate it.

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    She's home with you.Sending hugs.x My bridge boy Rio is buried in the garden.Sadly his wifey bun Cleo was cremated by the PDSA they do mixed cremation .I f you want it done separately you have to pay. At the time it was 100 that was nearly ten years ago,I couldn't afford it.I was so upset when she died (bloat) that I couldn't face having her poor wee body back.Something I regret now.

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    Ah bless you. Yes it's hard to suddenly make a decision when you've agreed it's right to put them to sleep. I knew I wanted her cremated as lots of foxes near me and for them to dig her up would be unbearable.

    My specialist suggested the casket with her name on then I looked online a few days later and thought it was perfect. They also cut some fur which I requested to go in a trinket box with her name and photo on. I've also got a digital photo frame with her photos and videos running. She is definitely not forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Ah bless you. Yes it's hard to suddenly make a decision when you've agreed it's right to put them to sleep. I knew I wanted her cremated as lots of foxes near me and for them to dig her up would be unbearable.

    My specialist suggested the casket with her name on then I looked online a few days later and thought it was perfect. They also cut some fur which I requested to go in a trinket box with her name and photo on. I've also got a digital photo frame with her photos and videos running. She is definitely not forgotten.
    That's lovely. When I had Treacles brother Toffee cremated, I took him to the pet crem, wrapped in his blanket. They were such nice people, they left me with him in a lovely little room to say my goodbyes. When I collected him, the lady had washed his fleece blanket, and gave my a little bunch of flowers. It makes such a difference when other people care too. More hugs for you, I know it hurts xxxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pets mum View Post
    That's lovely. When I had Treacles brother Toffee cremated, I took him to the pet cream, wrapped in his blanket. They were such nice people, they left me with him in a lovely little room to say my goodbyes. When I collected him, the lady had washed his fleece blanket, and gave my a little bunch of flowers. It makes such a difference when other people care too. More hugs for you, I know it hurts xxxx
    It's such a lovely procedure when done properly I got the towel back washed and donated it to the PDSA. Our local is called 'Forget-Me-Nott' (pun on Nottinghamshire) and we got some forget-me-not seeds
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    It makes me tear up all over again to read your posts. Doughnut was indeed a most special bunny. I'm glad she is home with you now. Makes all the difference in the world to know they can be with us anywhere, should we have to leave where we are. So many good friends are still (hopefully) resting beneath the ice and snow of Alaska and I can't go out to talk to them and have a good cry over them.

    Forget-me-nots are my go to flower for my bunnies and cats and dogs memorials. I intend to plant some where I am now living, so that I can create an outdoor memorial as well that will withstand the wild weather we have here.

    ((((((((((((((((Huge hugs)))))))))))))))))) to you, cpayne. I wish I could say the tears will eventually stop coming, but in my case, mine still flow copiously. But hopefully some of the pain will ease as time passes. xxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MimzMum View Post
    It makes me tear up all over again to read your posts. Doughnut was indeed a most special bunny. I'm glad she is home with you now. Makes all the difference in the world to know they can be with us anywhere, should we have to leave where we are. So many good friends are still (hopefully) resting beneath the ice and snow of Alaska and I can't go out to talk to them and have a good cry over them.

    Forget-me-nots are my go to flower for my bunnies and cats and dogs memorials. I intend to plant some where I am now living, so that I can create an outdoor memorial as well that will withstand the wild weather we have here.

    ((((((((((((((((Huge hugs)))))))))))))))))) to you, cpayne. I wish I could say the tears will eventually stop coming, but in my case, mine still flow copiously. But hopefully some of the pain will ease as time passes. xxxx
    Thank you so much. I know I couldn't have loved that little bundle of fluff any more than I did. That's why it's so painful for us all when they leave us. All this heart break was definitely worth the time I had with her. I hope your pain eases too although I'm sure it will probably never go. Lots of hugs to you too xx

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