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  1. H688, That you for taking the time to post this. It resonated with me and I really appreciated reading it (and tearing up) as part of my Grief. I came here especially for that, because I do not want to overburden my casual friends with constant waves of sadness. I had to clean the dryer today, as there was residue on the drum and it was the hardest thing I've ever done. I am fortunate in that I have a very large pet family including 2 dogs. But I am also aware that they have started to notice one of the three musketeers is missing. The shih-tzu suffered from an eye ulcer that
  2. Rick, thank you for sharing your story of Bluebell. I am going through this same tragedy now. I want to take the dryer into the yard and beat it with a sledgehammer
  3. I am so sorry this happened to you. It happened to my family yesterday. We are so devastated.
  4. Yesterday, I accidently killed Baby Girl aka Ponyo, my daughter's 7 month old kitten, and I am devastated. I was cleaning, shampooing my carpets and doing laundry. It is a common Saturday routine. I swapped the laundry and returned to carpet cleaning. The dryer was loud, thumping but I chalked it up to the number of wet towels in the load. I cannot recount how much time passed, but at least 20-30 mins. And the thumping was still happening. This is when an alarm went off in my head. I opened the dryer and she was there, in the clothing, nearly dead. I was panic running around
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