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With life, comes death. Its always lurking around the corner. No one can cheat it. Inky's time was up. I found him deceased in the pasture just now. Death came swiftly to him thankfully by a broken neck. He slipped off the spindles he loved to run and jump on so much.
He was my favorite, the friendliest of the three, always inquisitive... he kept Moose in line, and was Aegon's best friend as they were born a few days apart but spent their first two months together.. He was 2 years old :(
We buried him here as this is his home.
Such is farm life, bittersweet and yet so full of life..
Im going to miss you Inky. Maxcine Parker please take care of him for me.
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The way you described his death you sound so accepting but I know it was not the case. They are all special to you and the loss of one is just as painful even if they were not the favorite.
 

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i am very upset over it, i cried last night over him
 

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I was absolutely sure you did. It's hard, it's always hard and it will always be that way for those of us that raise them as more than animals.
 

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Yep
it always hits me hard . Even when the chickens die
 
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