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Would you tell your child that their pet died or would you replace it ?


 

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    loveofnight 4 years ago

    Her pet was a parakeet named Raven which is making the truth sound like the better way to go although I was trying to convince myself to take the road of deception.

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    loveofnight 4 years ago

    You are probably right, it's just that I hate to see the sadness in her eyes knowing that her little friend is no more.

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    loveofnight 4 years ago

    I never thought about it from this angle, thanks.

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    loveofnight 4 years ago

    When I was a kid I remember my mom searching through pet shops just to find the right fish or bird to replace my baby brother or sister's pet when they were little. This whole honesty thing although it may be correct it still is hard to know.