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Bailey

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Well what can I say about you Bum? You were my little munchkin with your sweet little face and piggy lips. Getting so excited for food that I couldn't get to the bowl without you getting in the way while you got grumpy with me cos I couldn't fill it up.

I know you were getting old, but I just hadn't thought that this time would come, I didn't want to think about it. Now I go in the room and you're not there looking up at me expectantly. I wish you would have let me know you were ill so I could have done something sooner.

I'll never forget you.

RIP Bailey Bum

October 2005 - June 29th 2010

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