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What type of animal was it? Did it have a name? How did it get its name? What did it look like?
How did she get the pet? Did someone give it to her as a gift? Did she catch it?
How old was she when she spent time with it? Was her age a factor in how special the animal was to her? How old was the animal at the time?
What did they do together? Take walks, cuddle, go on rides, or just play? Did she teach it to do tricks?
Why did this animal mean a lot to her? Was it the way she interacted with it? Did she nurse it through an illness? Was it her pet all of its life?
Did she take care of it or did someone else? Who? Was it easy to take care of? How often did she see this animal? Did owning a pet teach her about responsibility?
Was there something the animal would do that would make her laugh? What was it?
Did the animal die? If so, at what age did she experience this loss, and how did she feel about it? What was the cause of death?
If the pet died, what did she do with it afterwards? Was there a funeral? Did she take it to the humane society?
If the pet died or was lost, did she try to replace it with another pet? Did it help her healing process? Was it a constant reminder of the lost pet?
If the pet died when she was young, did it help prepare her for the death of a human friend or relative in later years?
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