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Video of Woman 'Reuniting' With Bulldog Who Passed Brings Us to Tears

Losing a beloved pet is one of the hardest things in the world, but, whenever you're ready, there are ways to keep your fur baby's memory alive for as long as you live. The exact process you choose is totally up to you, but rest assured--there is something to comfort every grieving pet parent. 

Memorial taxidermist @preciouscreature specializes in some of these keepsakes. Though she's been sharing her methods of taxidermy, coat cleaning, and skeletal preservation on TikTok for a while, one beautiful yet heartbreaking video is bringing more attention to her craft. In the clip, one grieving dog mama is reunited with the remains of her Bulldog, Monty. Needless to say, it's giving us all the feels. 

Wow. We cannot give @preciouscreature enough credit. She created the most beautiful setting for a bittersweet moment like this, and it doesn't go unnoticed. 

"This is gorgeous," @totallynotstephf commented on the video. "The desert background, the beautiful set up. This is such a peaceful way to remember a pet. Love love love." We couldn't agree more. 

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For some viewers, this reunion was particularly touching, as Monty was a canine advocate for Hydrocephalus, which left a buildup of fluid on his brain. @Livvv_raye wrote, "I’ve followed Monty’s story from the start on IG and this video popping up on my FYP just gave me the biggest chills. He was so so special." He really was.

Still, this preservation process could be a beautiful way to memorialize any pet. "Crying...I would absolutely love to do this for my pets one day," commented @...malloryy. And she's not alone! @steersandqu33rs wrote, "I want to keep my dog's coat so bad but I don't know how to go about it or who to talk to. Everyone thinks I'm crazy."

"It’s not crazy at all," replied the original poster. "I can’t keep up with the demand, and neither can my colleagues." This only goes to show that there is no one way to memorialize a pet--always do whatever feels best for you.

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