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    08-28-2011, 07:08 PM
  #21
Weanling
Okay... I JOKE about getting my animals stuffed but never really meant it! Wow some people are interesting critters.
     
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    08-29-2011, 03:50 AM
  #22
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That has to qualify as separation anxiety somewhere.. This weirds me out. But I've also only had really big retrievers, so I don't need my 96lb golden curled up in a corner..because I could probably fit a recliner in the same square footage.. And it would cost me like $2300. I've had him since he was 6 weeks old and he's 10 now, but I really don't think I could have him freeze dried.

What do you do to keep them clean? Dust them or something? I can't imagine dusting a dead cat or dog.. o.O
     
    08-29-2011, 12:03 PM
  #23
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I could never do that. I still remember years ago when they had this show on TLC with page lewis, and Tie Carpenter and all those guys, and they would do home switchovers-and I remember in one of the episodes, they took the owner's dog and without her consent(he passed away during the episode), they stuffed him! that particular episode was mortifying.

It really bothers me. I don't find it natural to do that to animals(or anything that had a life at one point or another). If it floats your boat, then I've always been someone to call out to do what makes you happy, but man-definitely not a practice for me.
     
    08-29-2011, 12:19 PM
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What do you do to keep them clean? Dust them or something? I can't imagine dusting a dead cat or dog.. o.O
It said on the website that you have to keep up with cleaning them as you would any other household item.

The whole thing is just weird. I definitely wouldn't do it. As others have mentioned once they die, your animal is gone. That body does not have your pet's personality, it (as harsh as this sounds) is just a body.

My2Geldings-That is horrible. I hope they let her know that he had passed away instead of waiting to show her his stuffed body when they came home. I would be livid if someone stuffed my pet at all let alone without my permission. What was her reaction to it?
     
    08-29-2011, 12:24 PM
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My2Geldings-That is horrible. I hope they let her know that he had passed away instead of waiting to show her his stuffed body when they came home. I would be livid if someone stuffed my pet at all let alone without my permission. What was her reaction to it?
She knew the pet had died the night before, but her friends who had taken over their house, took the corpes and had it sent to get all taxydermied. She screamed and cried-it was soooo bad. I was shocked they even had it air. It was bad enough that about 6-7 years later I still remember it.
     
    08-29-2011, 12:28 PM
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She knew the pet had died the night before, but her friends who had taken over their house, took the corpes and had it sent to get all taxydermied. She screamed and cried-it was soooo bad. I was shocked they even had it air. It was bad enough that about 6-7 years later I still remember it.
That poor woman I would hate to have to go through that.
     
    08-29-2011, 12:41 PM
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That poor woman I would hate to have to go through that.
You are no kidding my friend. I was soooo sad for her. It was really upsetting to watch.
     
    08-29-2011, 02:12 PM
  #28
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This not only disgusts me, it's sad. By keeping the corpse (call it what you want, but it is still a dead body) they are not allowing themselves to deal with the pain. Reading the comments, I found that many of these people felt that freeze-drying their cats or dogs, it was like the animal never left. They're not allowing the normal healing process to occure, and are simply 'hiding the skeleton the the closet' ....or in a pet bed in their living room- in this case.

Pain is no fun thing to go through. I have had to deal with the death of our 17 year old cat before, and it's devestating. But trying to replace or preserve what is truely not there anymore is just absurd.

Death is a part of life. If there is no closure, there is no healing, IMO.
     
    08-29-2011, 02:20 PM
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This not only disgusts me, it's sad. By keeping the corpse (call it what you want, but it is still a dead body) they are not allowing themselves to deal with the pain. Reading the comments, I found that many of these people felt that freeze-drying their cats or dogs, it was like the animal never left. They're not allowing the normal healing process to occure, and are simply 'hiding the skeleton the the closet' ....or in a pet bed in their living room- in this case.

Pain is no fun thing to go through. I have had to deal with the death of our 17 year old cat before, and it's devestating. But trying to replace or preserve what is truely not there anymore is just absurd.

Death is a part of life. If there is no closure, there is no healing, IMO.
Couldn't have been said any better.
     
    09-02-2011, 04:58 PM
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I am a hunter and like taxidermy deer and game animals but a pet is a big NO.
     

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