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I'd like to add my own condolences to all that have previously posted to you Brad.  Our Haggis past just a few months after your own on October 10th of 2012.  He was an amazing creature.  Joyful, Fearless, Loving and Loyal, he was truly Regal in deportment.  He died very suddenly and unexpectedly in my arms at the tragically young age of just 5.5 years.  We laid him to his eternal rest in our large, fenced in meadow of a back yard that was his Kingdom and erected a traditional Scottish Cairn to mark his grave site.  Not a day goes by that I still don't think of, miss and weep for him.  Although I loved my first Cairn Mackenzie Rose dearly, as I do our current Cairns Thistle, Piper and Agnes, Haggis was truly special in so many ways.  I empathize with your grief my friend.  Sincerely,  Trent

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We are blessed with the wonderful furry buddies who share our lives for too short a time.

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How wonderful and lovely he was . I am right there with you Brad in feeling the utter loss. Big hug.

Until one has loved an animal, a part of  one's soul remains unawakened.  - Anatole France

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Brad, thanks for sharing that sweet and wonderful tribute to Cairn Talk's beloved elder statesman Haggis.

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"as far as i am concerned cairns are the original spirit from which all terriers spring, and all terriers are cairns very deep down inside." pkcrossley

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