Q. My cat is name fuge and he died and I cry every night my mum won't let me have a another cat because I want to name the new cat fuge to remember mycat

A. I am so sorry to hear of your loss, the death of a pet can be very difficult to deal with but remember that your new pet, whenever you do decide to get it will not replace Fuge but will become a new member of your pet family in its own right

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