A tribute to Yogi..

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  1. ottor

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    Just wanted to show folks how beautiful she was... I've lived a long time, and had many pets in my life, but this one was a little different.... It's like we could read each others minds.. She was only 9, but ended up with an enlarged heart, which hindered her breathing.. It's OK though - we'll be sharing a cookie again in due time...

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    Very sweet. Sorry for your loss. Lovely photos.
     
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    poor yogi, she was so nice. sorry for your loss
     
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    Awww, she was adorable. Its so hard to lose a pet. Sorry for your loss.
     
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    Always stinks to lose a pet. The first picture she could pass off as a teddy bear with how fluffly she looks
     
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    That was the time we thought we lost her... Walked past that corner a dozen times, and just didn't see her.. :D Like I said, dozens of pets, and all have died, and it's been tough, but not like this one.. this one felt like part of me - hard to explain, but there was an emotional investment in Yogi that I'll never have with another animal.. by choice..

    Thanks for the comments - and sentiments...
     

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