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Our friends dog grabbed her and took a chunk of fur from her back.... she seemed fine just a bit frightened but she died of fright after having a seizure:(
She was so beautiful and so active, seeing her so still was so scary:(
Everything is ok now........ Kaytie seems very lonely and confused but hopefully we will get her a friend soon...

Rest In Peace Pistachio- run free at the bridge eating your favourite food, broccoli...
 

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Oh no how tragic!! Your friend is going to have to be much more careful with her dog!!

Am so sorry hun!! When you feel ready it might be worth finding a friend for Kaytie...piggies are generally easy to bond. But only when you feel you can.

Sleep well Pistachio.
 

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Oh no how tragic!! Your friend is going to have to be much more careful with her dog!!

Am so sorry hun!! When you feel ready it might be worth finding a friend for Kaytie...piggies are generally easy to bond. But only when you feel you can.

Sleep well Pistachio.
It was my fault:( We were looking after him and I didn't see him ready to punce:(:( Thanks for your wishes everyone x
 

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I'm so sorry - that is awful! Every time you posted I always saw the photo of Pistachio and Kaytie at the bottom and always thought how cute they were (guineas are my favourite so I always seem to zoom in on them!). Sorry to hear about your loss :(
 
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