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My first pet's name was Louis Philippe...it was the handsomest cat on earth...I named it Louis after the lazy king of France since he was always lazying around..sleeping on top of the television with this tail hanging right in the middle of the TV screen...
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My favorite memory with her was when I got my drivers license at 16. Since I could remember, I daydreamed about driving around in my car with Megan in the passenger seat with her head out the window. I knew it would be awesome. When I got my license, I made my mom drive me home so that the first time I drove on my own it was with my best friend in the passenger seat
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Also my pet was a fish and it was not given a name
Growing up on a farm, my memory may be cloudy as to facts.
My first memory is of a white German Shepard dog, called Snow.
He stood at my Grandmother's clothesline, facing the cold north wind, and simply ...................died.
As a young girl, I could not understand why.
My Grandparents told me, he was an old dog, animals have a sense of death, he died proud, it was his time to go...............
45 years later, my mind vividly recalls that winter day......and the box my Grandpa built for him. I am sure he did this, to comfort me and not the dog.
A Red Devil fish named Fraymond. I named him after my dad- Raymond. The 'F' is for fish.
My first childhood pet was a black lab. He was already around before I was born, but I still consider him my first pet.
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