Today we bury our beloved hamster, Odika who passed away on Sunday evening. She was the sweetest little thing. Often hamsters bite but all she wanted to do when we took her out of her cage was nustle up to our cheeks and tickle us with her whiskers. She loved hamster treats and one time she dived into the container and nearly got stuck as she had filled her cheeks with food. My husband stayed up until 4am Monday morning making her a wooden casket lined with fabric. I wrote a poem and added a photo to it of her for our guests to share. We are all very sad right now but know she's gone on to a better place. Even though she was not a cat or dog it hurts like hell or am I being over the top with all of this?
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