In Depth

From the rich and famous to every day Tasmanians, grieving the loss of a pet comes in different forms

Sue Bailey
Updated July 2 2021 - 3:44am, first published August 24 2020 - 2:00am
SOULMATES: The late Saus and her devoted owner Edith Bevin who says her death led her to relive her own mother's death 11 years ago. Picture: Supplied.
SOULMATES: The late Saus and her devoted owner Edith Bevin who says her death led her to relive her own mother's death 11 years ago. Picture: Supplied.

The death of a beloved pet can be devastating.

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Sue Bailey

Sue Bailey

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Sue works two days a week for The Examiner and The Advocate newspapers and and is based in Hobart. Loves any human interest stories!

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