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Penrick

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My darling pony died 6 months ago now and it’s been a very hard journey going on without her. She was the centre of my world and sometimes family and friends don’t understand why I still grieve for her. They don’t really want to talk about her which makes it very hard.

I have found many things to help me but the most was spending time putting together a website in her memory. I’ve also become to understand that grief doesn’t really ever leave us, it just becomes easier to carry. I really hope some of you will read about my darling Mo, our life together, her death and the grief that followed. Maybe making a website for your own beloved animals is something that might help some of you out there. Here is a link to Mojo’s website.

https://beautifulmo.simdif.com

Thank you for reading
Pen x
DanC

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Hi Penrick,

I very much enjoyed reading about Mo. I had a good laugh, such as her crab walk. It brings back fond memories of the mischiefs my boys would get into. They would knock something over in another room and upon hearing the crash they would ran out of the room to a neutral area and look at my wife and I, with an innocent face. We always interrupted the look to them saying "hey did you hear that noise, you should check it out....but it wasn’t us." Since, they weren’t in room when we discovered the mess they could not be blamed. Apparently, it would always work for them.

I agree grief never leaves us, but rather manifest itself into something more manageable. Thank you for sharing your story. It is great way of honouring Mo’s life and love. Since, my wife and I adopted our two boys from a rescue organization, we plan to buy food and other supplies for them to honour our cats as I know that is something they would want.
Penrick

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Thank you DanC
I think I have read your story of your two boys, namely cats? I will add your comments to Mo’s website. It’s a lovely way for me to keep her going.
Thank you again for taking the time to read our story and I am sorry for the loss of your boys.
Xx Penrick
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