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Last Post by Dee at 7/23/2010 1:09 PM (1 Replies)
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User is Offline Kyoshi
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7/23/2010 11:31 AM

Gosh

I read this forum all the time, offering as much help as I can. But, Man, it really makes you remember any babies that died on you. I am now thinking of poor little Cinnamon, My Little Guinea Pig. I wasn't a good owner, I just know it. The Poor thing must have been sick or something, passed away in the day.  I knew it was a bad sign when my mom was in my room, cleaning it for me. She came home from work, and she didnt squeak. She saw his little dead body. I was soo sad... We didn't even bury him... I didn't even say goodbye. I couldn't go near another guinea pig for 2 years. I am a much better owner now, at least I hope so. I'm sorry Cinnamon.


User is Offline Dee
Upton, MA
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7/23/2010 1:09 PM
Your post really caught my eye, as I have been dealing with the same kind of guilt. We all have situations in life that we regret, or know we could have done better- it's just part of life. I have had a few pets that I should have paid more attention to and taken better care of... most recently I lost my hamster. Bitey, to a jaw infection. I should've taken him to the vet when he stopped eating lots of his dry, harder foods- but I didn't think of it til later. What can we do, except go on and try to forgive ourselves and take the very best care of the pets we have now. Don't be too hard on yourself
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