In Respect for Charlie: A Tribute to Dead Pets
Most everyone has experienced the death of a beloved family
pet. These times are met with an attitude of seriousness, and utter
Death is not a funny thing, and any soul should be mourned the same. In the
many times my pets have passed on, be they dogs, cats, or golden junebugs, we have always buried them in an honorable and memorable way. Sometimes, though,
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on the cashier's face when mom placed the frozen fishstick in her hand the next morning and asked for an exchange.
Right now, I actually do have living pets, and strangely enough a sane
view on mortality. Charlotte/Charlie, Excelsior, and GoldfishX lived happy, if
short lives. Their burials were mere quirks in the usual routine of death in my family. This might sound weird, but, doesn't everyone need a little excitement in their afterlife?