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Do Tell: Have You Ever Been to a Pet Funeral or Cemetery?

Growing up alongside a furry friend makes her just like family, and it's never easy to lose a pet. When the latest episode of the Bravo reality show, NYC Prep (don't judge me!), shows one household lose their beloved 11-year-old dog, my heart went out to 16-year-old Kelli who had grown up alongside the fluffy pup.

It had been mentioned earlier that Lily was on a treatment including steroids and acupuncture with two herniated discs, and they later host a pet funeral at a pet cemetery in Long Island. To see the rest of the scene,


Have you ever been to a pet memorial service and/or cemetery?

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nancita nancita 8 years
I have a friend who used to work at a pet crematorium. I visited him there once. I was all ready to make fun of it, and there was plenty to make fun of: urns shaped like pugs, tiny doggie coffins with needlepoint portraiture. But then I saw some of the customers and how comforted they seemed to be by the whole thing, and I sort of felt bad for making fun of it.
bvfashion bvfashion 8 years
I can't watch the scenes, because I'm at work, but I feel for the girl. I'm 19, and my dog is 16. I tear up just thinking about losing him, so I can only imagine how hard it must be to actually lose a pet you've had practically your whole life.
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