It has been 3 days now and i still hope it is all a dream and i will wake up and it will be like before. I think the hardest thing for me to get past is the fact that i made the wrong decision. At China's passing, i phoned in to the vet to see about cremation. I called the Pet cemetery and all i got was there voice mail. I then phoned a former vet before we moved to see if he knew any in the Thibodaux area and they too didn't answer. I waited and waited but with much commotion here and help of other, my husband started to dig. He noticed it would be to hard to dig as there were may tree roots to pass through, so we phoned a friend with a backhoe to help out. I figured by the time he gets here maybe someone will call me back about cremation. Again they never did until the next day. So with out having a place to house her(freezer) we buried our beloved China in the back yard. There was no time to build a coffin so we had her wrapped in a blanket. I'm just so sadden by the fact that if we move she will be left here alone with out us and the kids running about her. Is it inhumane or whats the word, injustice? to dig her up and bring her with us if we do ever move?? I know this may sound morbid but that is what i believe saddens me the most. If she were cremated she would be able to follow us everywhere. If someone could help me ease the pain I'm having with this issue please write back. thanks to you all in advance who has taken the time out to read my story and has visited my baby's residence. China, Napoleonville la. OXOX.
thank you all, China Blanchard's family. leslie, Slater, Matthew, William and Lucie Blanchard