Book of Rememberance

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Book of Rememberance

Want to have your guinea pig remembered and share your thoughts and prayers with everybody on the forum? - You now can by submitting your entry to ellie@squeakypigs.co.uk

Please can you send a photo of your pig, the date of birth (if known) and date/year your pig passed away. You may also include a message to your piggie, a poem or anything which reminds you of your guinea pig. Don't forget to include your username on the forum!

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Fluffy - squeakypigs
1998 - 2004


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My dearest Fluffy,

I think about you every single day and I will do for the rest of my life. I will never ever forget how you looked after me through the bad times and made things which seemed impossible to get through better. I could always guarantee you would be there to lick my tears away :)

I hope you know that you will always be my special little baby and that I miss you so so much! You changed and helped me in so many ways and there was no way I could ever re-pay you for the things you have done for me. I just hope that I gave you a happy and loving life and that you enjoyed every minute being my special princess. I really couldn't ask for a better friend!

I hope that the day I cross the rainbow bridge that you and the others will be waiting for me on the other side and all be together forever.

Lots of love,

Your mummy Ellie xx

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I will me adding all my other rainbow bridge piggies to the book of rememberance tomorrow.
 

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Doctor Atkins - Lucinda

6th January 2005- 28th February 2006



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Darling Doctor Atkins, I was so sad to lose you on the 28th February 2006. You had been so ill since Christmas and I knew your strength was going but nothing prepared me for what happened. You were only one.

It was snowing when you passed away - huge soft white flakes outside my window. I don't think I have ever cried like I did that night.

Now you lie in my parents' garden in Cornwall, by the fountain. There are so many flowers and butterflies around you and the setting sun will warm you.

Darling Doctor, I think of you every day with so much love.

Your mummy xxxxxxx
 
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