Pets Part Three : The Funeral


Friday was our first pet funeral.  Zen picked a spot along the walk way in the backyard and dug a hole to bury his beloved rolly pollies and caterpillar who didn't fair to well in their habitats over this extremely long hot summer and Stream helped with the funeral and making of the headstone. 











It was very emotional for Zen and he cried quite a bit afterwards. The grave even had it's first visitor, I'm sure it must have been from one of the rolly's family coming to say it's finally goodbyes.


The Peas learned a lot through this process and the stray cat. They'll think  twice before bringing pets home with them.

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