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lilithpearl:

We found one of our turtles, Peachy, dead this morning. It was sad, but we gave him a beautiful little funeral.

May the most beautiful flowers grow on his grave.

sailorslutt:

I found a baby bat and tried to take care of it, it survived three days in a bat house I made and my googling every need of baby bats. They need to be raised by a mother bat because they need that milk. He died and I gave him a funeral. I thought it was only acceptable to kill pretty flowers go rest with him and be with him wherever we go next. All living thing deserves a send off.

sailorslutt:

I found a baby bat and tried to take care of it, it survived three days in a bat house I made and my googling every need of baby bats. They need to be raised by a mother bat because they need that milk. He died and I gave him a funeral. I thought it was only acceptable to kill pretty flowers go rest with him and be with him wherever we go next. All living thing deserves a send off.

malformalady:

Police officers file past the casket of Oklahoma City police canine officer K-9 Kye during funeral services in Oklahoma City on August 28, 2014. K-9 Kye died on August 25 after being stabbed by a burglary suspect on August 24.
Photo credit: Sue Ogrocki/AP Photo

malformalady:

Police officers file past the casket of Oklahoma City police canine officer K-9 Kye during funeral services in Oklahoma City on August 28, 2014. K-9 Kye died on August 25 after being stabbed by a burglary suspect on August 24.

Photo credit: Sue Ogrocki/AP Photo

malformalady:

Flash. The coolest hamster ever.
Submitted by: and-afterall-youre-my-wonderwall

malformalady:

Flash. The coolest hamster ever.

Submitted by: and-afterall-youre-my-wonderwall

iners-silvarum:

untitled by Mark Harless on Flickr.
malformalady:

Beloved pet adorned with mementos before entering the cremation chamber

malformalady:

Beloved pet adorned with mementos before entering the cremation chamber

I couldn’t just leave him there…

forestgoddesscreations:

ForestGoddess

A little cleansing ceremony for a fallen hawk. Still gripping the rabbit fur from it’s last meal.

nymphfanny:

I had a dream the other night that something wasn’t right with one of my two dwarf princesses. Today I woke up to find my sweet lovely Eds had passed in her sleep, of age. She’s burried in my balcony garden (which looks poorly at the moment) in a small candy box with purple paper shreds, delphiniums, and some glitter.

nymphfanny:

I had a dream the other night that something wasn’t right with one of my two dwarf princesses. Today I woke up to find my sweet lovely Eds had passed in her sleep, of age. She’s burried in my balcony garden (which looks poorly at the moment) in a small candy box with purple paper shreds, delphiniums, and some glitter.

inaage:

a hurricane blew through yesterday and injured him very badly. he passed away today. rest in peace, little baby

inaage:

a hurricane blew through yesterday and injured him very badly. he passed away today. rest in peace, little baby

nopathfollowed:

Went out to check on our Black Capped Chickadee nest and found that 2 had left and 2 had remained and died. Poor things.

Can’t and won’t keep them for two reasons 1) MBTA, 2) The only way to safely clean such small and fragile bones are dermestids, which I don’t have access to.

This is the way the world works, I’m afraid. At least I got to see how beautiful they were up close.

bleachedbonesandoldskins:

I watched this poor robin die on Thursday. I was walking my dog and I turned around to head home just in time to see him flying across the road, only to be hit by a big silver truck. He was killed instantly, and there was a loud thump as his body was smashed into the truck’s grill. He was flung to the other side of the road in an explosion of feathers. I immediately tied my dog to a post and went to his body. I picked him up with only one thought in my head; I couldn’t leave him there to be flattened and crushed again and again. So I carried his limp body a mile and half back home, all the while stroking his feathers and telling him how sorry I was. Since I couldn’t keep him for art or taxidermy, I buried him in my backyard. His death made me very sad, it was such a waste of life. I just hope he was glad that I cared about him even after he was gone.

bleachedbonesandoldskins:

I watched this poor robin die on Thursday. I was walking my dog and I turned around to head home just in time to see him flying across the road, only to be hit by a big silver truck. He was killed instantly, and there was a loud thump as his body was smashed into the truck’s grill. He was flung to the other side of the road in an explosion of feathers. I immediately tied my dog to a post and went to his body. I picked him up with only one thought in my head; I couldn’t leave him there to be flattened and crushed again and again. So I carried his limp body a mile and half back home, all the while stroking his feathers and telling him how sorry I was. Since I couldn’t keep him for art or taxidermy, I buried him in my backyard. His death made me very sad, it was such a waste of life. I just hope he was glad that I cared about him even after he was gone.

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