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Pet Owners Spare No Expense To Bury Their Beloved Animals

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By Sharon L. Peters for USA TODAY

COLORADO SPRINGS —When Chiquita Isom’s German shepherd, Silla, died of a fast-growing heart tumor last year with almost no warning, Isom was inconsolable.

She knew she needed to do something to honor the loving dog she always called “my girl.”

Days later, the Rev. Pat Boone, in black robe and long shawl patterned with dogs and cats, arrived at Isom’s home. Near an altar with pictures of Silla, her leash and toys, Boone conducted a funeral service before more than a dozen people — many of whom had met Silla and Isom at the park they frequented. Boone quoted Scripture, read poems and spoke of the unconditional love pets provide and the importance of saying goodbye.

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tattooedpooch
10 years ago

I'm an artist that specializes in Pet urns ALL custom designed as well as memorial paintings……I even have them for birds! 😀 If you are interested you can check out http://www.tattooedpooch.com or follow me on Facebook under tattooed pooch.
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