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Sunny’s last morning, a set on Flickr. Sunny was uncomfortable enough to be saying “do something” yesterday morning, so I made him an appointment at the vet. It turned out that his constipation was caused by a massive tumor in his colon, and we decided to put him down. These are pictures from after I […]

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Beer for the dying

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Victoria Bolles, RIP

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Marty Sasaki, RIP

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The Spare Room

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Woes of an Executrix: taxes

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End is in sight

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Cleaning out the house of a deceased person

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Pauline Bonaparte

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Timeline of Bonnie's death

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