posted on Sep, 16 2016 @ 11:21 PM
originally posted by: BestinShow
a reply to: saracene
Could not bury her but covered her with bushes. No one goes there.
I hope Roxy comes back and haunts your ass, so She is there for you all the time.
Is that really necessary? It was clearly stated that OP lives in an apartment complex. Where would you expect an apartment dweller to bury remains?
It's not OK to dig a grave on the complex property. You'll go to jail for that. Cremation is at the very least a hundred bucks. It's not acceptable to
dig a grave on public property, such as roadsides or community parks...because: jail.
I suppose you could just wait until the dead of night, drive to a residential area, hop someone's fence and do a ninja burial. That would be an
option...if you want to end up not only in jail, but also featured on the am news as the freak of the week.
So what would you have suggested OP to have done with the body? Better to be carried off by scavengers and disposed of by nature than rotting in the
complex garbage dumpster, don't you think?
OP, you have my deepest condolences on the loss of your pet. It is very likely that your other cat is indeed seeing Roxy. Animal spirits tend to
linger for a while before moving on. It is their final gift to us, a measure of comfort in the wake of their departure. You did the best you could for
her, and that's all that matters.