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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-03-2014, 08:43
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It's always very sad to lose one of our animals, but it sounds like Shelley had a lovely companionable life with you. Commiserations to you from me.
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Every pet is special in their own way that's why each loss is hard to bear ... until we can remember the good times with a smile.

Sorry for you loss and hope that you and the others will take comfort from the companionship of the remaining "herd"


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I had a donkey ex Weston super mare when I was three he was old then and I lost him when I was 30 ! The whole family grieved including the dogs who used to give home hell in their own way lol

They all pull the strings don't they
Run free at the bridge .....
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post #14 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-03-2014, 20:49 Thread Starter
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Well, we said our final goodbyes to Shelley today as the vet arranged for the body to be disposed of.

Lots of happy memories and pictures as well, thanks to everyone for some lovely thoughts and comments, we are both very touched.

Peter & Rita
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So sorry for your loss.

One of the foals I bred had to be put down last year. So sad. She was the first and I saw her being born - a rare treat. The laminitis got too bad for her to be saved. Her mother is doing well living in Oxfordshire now away from the sweet itch midges and on sheep grazing to keep her slim.

They leave a big hole in our hearts when they go
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