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Originally posted by Sonya610
I have to say I find this post odd. Most people that have a "beloved cat of 15 years" come up missing don't just shrug and say "Oh well must be dead, well let's move on!"
You do not know that he is dead, and honestly you don't seem that bothered by it either way.
Originally posted by getreadyalreadyI will probably react similarly to Tentickles if the dog wanders off, or I find him dead somewhere. It will be very sad, but not unexpected. If he goes missing, I will suspect that he did it on purpose, as he has never gone missing in 14 years, so I will know it is no accident. The non-chalant attitude is no reflection of the love felt. It is just a realist attitude, combined with a respect for the animal's wishes.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
- Could he could be stuck under the house ... in the attic .. a closet?
That being said - the neighbor had her dog visit her after his death. She didn't even know the dog had died. She was standing in the kitchen and the dog came up to her 'looking tired'. She said to him that he should go lay down because he looked tired. When she turned back around, he was gone.
A few minutes later she went to the car to get something out of it ... and there was the dog in the car... dead. The kids had been playing on a hot summer day and the dog got stuck in the car and overheated.
poor doggie ...