OH ROMEO

Written by Captain Mary on Friday, October 31, 2008



We all know how much our pets mean to us and when we loose one it is a great loss, like the loss of a family member. My beloved ferret Romeo, has passed on and leaves his great friend Oreo behind. The last hours of his life he was free to go and play, his best friend Oreo was with him to the end. The last few minutes of his wonderful little life was spent in my arms, wishing him a peaceful sleep.


A private service was held, he was put to rest in a wonderful place in the garden, where he romped and played when times were good. He was given to me by someone who no longer wanted him, I adopted him, gave him a buddy and he was loved by many people. Romeo as the name implies, a lovable ferret who would always offer a kiss to anyone who would pick him up to play with him. He played with the kittens and chased them endlessly until they ran and hid.


He will be sorely missed, but his life was full and fun.

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  1. 4 comments: Responses to “ OH ROMEO ”

  2. By Anonymous on October 31, 2008 at 7:36 AM

    I'm sorry Sis. Romeo is now with Lady, running and playing around. Some how you knew, since you commented on Saturday that he wasn't long for this earth? With the eve of Halloween and All Souls day, he will visit you again soon, and will always be with you in your heart.

  3. By Queenie on October 31, 2008 at 7:37 AM

    He picked a good day to pass. He was the coolest little dude ever. One of the only two gray haired ferrets I have ever known.

    I know you didn't call me to come to the services because you don't deal with me crying at all. Bitch.

  4. By Mini on October 31, 2008 at 9:47 AM

    Ok, so I didn't cry until I saw the post. That was very nice! I am glad that we took him in many years ago. I know that he had a great little life and he will be missed very much!

  5. By truthspew on October 31, 2008 at 6:40 PM

    This just seems to be the week for the loss of loved pets. My condolences. I'm well versed in the loss of pets.