Was Bianca freeze dried?

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  1. MutteringJohn

    MutteringJohn Well-Known Member

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    This is a new report on freeze drying your deceased pet. If Bianca was freeze dried from the information on this report it can take 8 months or more to deliver the freeze dried pet. It's possible that Beth and Howard left town to pick frozen Bianca up. Where would Bianca reside. In Howard's New York apartment or at the Hamptons. How about if Apple and Walter Bear used her as a chew toy. Important questions that deserve answers.

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    Thelma Well-Known Member

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    Since Howard and Beth don't live together most of the time, Beth was apparently in the Hamptons when Bianca died and Howard was in the city because Beth had Bianca cremated. Howard said he would have buried Bianca had he been there.

    Re Bianca's urn:

    "They had Bianca cremated and he thought he'd be burying the ashes but they decided to keep her in their bedroom. He said they have this tiny box with her ashes in it. He said he can't even think about someone shoveling her ashes into that box. Howard said he had to do AGT that night so Beth had to handle all of that. Howard said he wasn't able to put away all of her stuff. He said he didn't know what to do with her stuff. Howard said they went over to get Bianca's ashes and they put her in an urn. He said he told Beth that he might have a place for her water dish. He said he emptied that out and dried it. He said he put it in the urn. He said it was pretty big so he was able to fit it in there.

    Howard had to stop telling the story because he was breaking down. He said they had to have some sort of closure for him. ... He said he kissed the box and it was just so brutal. He said he loved that dog."

    Mark's Friggin', 7-23-12