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A Tragic End

Our camping trip was alright. We were both suffering from allergies, bad. When we got home we were saddened to find that our poor little Totoro was dead. Ani took care of it so I wouldn't have to see. It was very sad to have him go, although both hamsters are very old and we expected it soon. Even if you expect it, Its still sad.


Taybrian1 said…
Awww, poor little hamster! I've had to lose 9 gerbils. Believe me, you get attached and it's hard to let go.
Aravis said…
It's never easy losing a loving companion. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Michelle said…
It is sad but we still have one left, Coda. And we are looking for a great dog to adopt.
Taybrian1 said…
If you want a dog, try getting on a preference list at Paws and Claws. Thats how my family got Rosie.

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