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Last Post 16-01-2013 8:52 AM by  tracey
R.I.P Scooby
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09-01-2013 6:42 AM
    Scooby was my beloved black headed caique who died while having a fit after anthestic. He died a couple of months before he's first birthday. He died after being diagnosed with a failed kidney and the vet assumed he had kidney problems from birth. Either way I knew I would of still had him. He's ashes are now by my bed. It took us 7hours to go to the vets via train. (their and back) but sadly on the way back we came home empty handed.
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    09-01-2013 12:09 PM
    oh dear that is so very sad. It is such a shame that it all ended like that.
    Fly free and happy Scooby, you were so very much loved and Im sure you will never be forgotten.x
    Tracey, You have done everything you could have done, and should be proud of the love and care you gave to Scooby. He was a lucky boy.
    Rescue Manager North & Aco for Cumbria.
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    09-01-2013 2:10 PM
    Aw, poor baby
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    16-01-2013 8:52 AM
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