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For the sake of the pet or for your own sake? (Come on, it's not that hard...) @MyLittleSelf: We can only hope :D
Drokles Drokles 18-21, M 27 Answers Jan 12, 2010

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To keep my live pets from eating it..<br />
Seriously, they would...<br />
No, I'm not a jerk... <br />
Take that back !<br />
OH YEAH !<br />
WELL YOU ARE TOO !!!

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because we have enough meat in the freezer

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for your own sake

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i don't bury them.... they go in the bin.<br />
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that's where i would have my body put if it was allowed.<br />
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it's an empty vessel.... it's job is finished. .... <br />
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i'm not in there anymore, i've moved.<br />
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good wishes<br />
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robbie<br />
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After taking care and loving your pet for years, I will give the pet a little gratitude by burying it.

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It is for yourself. The same reason that you might burry a dead human, you want to honor them.

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Why do people adopt pets in the first place?<br />
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For the sake of the pet? Or for themselves?<br />
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That answer just makes the decision of burial (or non-burial) a logical consequence.

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because it stinks

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To prevent disease, and stink. Who wants to step over it when it is dead over and over again...

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Because I loved her--and when I buried "Chloe" I wanted to make sure she was in a good spot, protected. I wrapped her in a blanket, buried her in the woods behind my house--she loved it there.

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It keeps the flies away.

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I don't understand why people bury dead pets or humans.

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out of respect for a life completed here on earth, I bury my companion pets

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for you. you don't want to smell them start to stink, do you?

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For the grace of god.

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We always buried them because we loved and respected our animals. When we were children, my cousins, my little brother and I used to have pet funerals when one of our pets died. I taught my children the same thing. We have two pet cemeteries in our yard, one for dogs and cats and one for my parakeets. I used to see dead animals thrown at our local dump. I thought it was horrible to see a dog or cat just thrown there.

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I do not. I cremate, just as I did with my parents when they passed. Certainly burial and cremation are for the sake of the living and not for the dead -- that and you woould probably be fined if you improperly disposed of a pet, if you wered to do so.

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You're soooo gonna get it for this question. It's a pity none of the angry answers will have any logic in them.

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respect,,keeps them from smelling,,

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