Worzel The Rabbit
Worzel was named after a scarecrow from my childhood. His fur was brindle like straw and summer grass. . He was my companion and saving grace throughout my early boarding school years.
"I'd rather succeed in doing what we can than fail to do what we can't."
Richard Adams- author Watership Down
Worzel was my rabbit, he was my companion. My younger sister knew him the best, but they didn’t like each other. She would play cindy dolls and he didn’t like that and would chase the dolls and try to bite her!
There were many holidays where I would struggle to find someone to take Worzel as I couldn’t bring him on the plane back to whichever home I lived in. Phylidda simmonds and her mother would look after him on many an occasion. Maybe Nolly Marsden? My father built his cages for him out of army crates and drift wood
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“The innocence of childhood is like the innocence of a lot of animals.”
– Clint Eastwood
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"A dog teaches a boy fidelity, perseverance, and to turn around three times before lying down."
– Robert Benchley
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“For small creatures such as we, the vastness is bearable only through love."
– Carl Sagan.
Love comes in many forms and is the force behind everything, in this section write about the people, creatures and things your Pet loved.
Creating your Pet’s digital memorial is a journey unto itself, a testament to your love for them, and a way to stay connected to their memory. In this section write about your Pet’s greatest adventures.
“Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.”
The process of writing and the ritual of creating something in your Pet's name can become an opportunity to carry grief through its different stages for you and your family.
Where words fail, music speaks.
– Hans Christian Andersen
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In Worzel the Rabbit's Name
Worzel was born from the great lineage of English country rabbit. His coat was brindle like all wild hares and rabbits- best for blending in the fields in the autumn light.
Warrens are the multi tunneled homes of rabbits. Built into the earth they can spread hundreds of feet underground weaving together nesting grounds, chambers and storage areas. Each Warren belongs to one pod of rabbits, it’s their home and they defend it and multiply within it.
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