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26th Mar '17 11:29:32 PM marcoasalazarm
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* Elmira in ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', though it's more [[AndCallHimGeorge chronic abuse]] than negligent killing...

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* Elmira in ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', though it's more [[AndCallHimGeorge chronic abuse]] than negligent killing... she is such a terror that when her dead pets returned to life to get revenge on a Halloween episode short, her attempts to 'take care' and 'play' with them (which tears them apart instead--they were ''very'' rotten corpses) makes them race back to their graves while they're still (relatively) intact.
18th Mar '17 11:19:09 AM nombretomado
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* NataliePortman's character in ''Film/GardenState''.

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* NataliePortman's Creator/NataliePortman's character in ''Film/GardenState''.
11th Dec '16 5:32:18 PM Anata
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* In ''Series/GilmoreGirls'', all of Lorelai Gilmore's pets - a least until she adopts the dog Paul Anka in season 6, have died. It's a running gag, to the point where the town's people attempt to stop the dog shelter worker from giving the dog to Lorelai.
11th Mar '16 4:22:50 AM heichou
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* Kagura in ''Manga/{{Gintama}}''. Her enthusiasm combined with her incredible strength has killed her pets in the past. Fortunately [[BigFriendlyDog Sadaharu]] is huge enough and strong enough to survive.
21st Jan '16 8:18:57 PM billybobfred
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* In ''Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'', Harry explains to [=McGonagall=] why he'd rather pay for his mail than buy an owl, or any familiar for that matter: "I had a pet rock once. It died." It's later made clear that this wasn't a joke, but something that ''actually happened'', and at the very end of the story it's revealed that [[spoiler:''Dumbledore killed it'', and he doesn't even know why other than "BecauseDestinySaysSo".]]

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* In ''Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'', Harry explains to [=McGonagall=] why he'd rather pay for his mail than buy an owl, or any familiar for that matter: "I had a pet rock once. [[EpicFail It died.died]]." It's later made clear that this wasn't a joke, but something that ''actually happened'', and at the very end of the story it's revealed that [[spoiler:''Dumbledore killed it'', and he doesn't even know why other than "BecauseDestinySaysSo".]]
15th Jan '16 6:27:13 PM Breather
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** In "FairlyOddPet" he was for sure a bad pet owner. He took his pet snail to a salt factory and it died.

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** In "FairlyOddPet" FairlyOddPet he was for sure a bad pet owner. He took his pet snail to a salt factory and it died.
15th Jan '16 6:26:40 PM Breather
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**In "FairlyOddPet" he was for sure a bad pet owner. He took his pet snail to a salt factory and it died.
15th Jan '16 4:15:05 AM Horn
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* An episode in ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' begins with some goldfish in Nobi's resident die "again", causing Doraemon to solve a problem by using the special paint that can create multiple types of pet from rocks.

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* An episode in ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' begins with some goldfish in Nobi's resident die "again", ''again'', causing Doraemon to solve a problem by using the special paint that can create multiple types of pet from rocks.rocks.
* ''Anime/AngelTales'' has a certain foundation on this trope, as the main character's previously dead pets are resurrected as humanoid girls to serve him as guardian angels. While he was not directly responsible for their deaths (in fact they return because he cared deeply for each one of them), ''twelve'' pets dead from non-natural causes is quite a feat.



** In the Citadel DLC for the third game, Miranda can lampshade this habit after an altercation with mooks causes a fancy sushi restaraunt's aquarium floor to collapse.

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** In the Citadel DLC for the third game, Miranda can lampshade this habit after an altercation with mooks causes a fancy sushi restaraunt's restaurant's aquarium floor to collapse.
15th Dec '15 10:52:00 AM Doug86
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* Tonk Fah from {{Warbreaker}}. He has a monkey, then a parrot, and they both die. [[spoiler: In this case, it's used to make him a little creepy. He's a sociopath who tortures his pets to death for fun.]]

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* Tonk Fah from {{Warbreaker}}.''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}''. He has a monkey, then a parrot, and they both die. [[spoiler: In this case, it's used to make him a little creepy. He's a sociopath who tortures his pets to death for fun.]]
17th Sep '15 7:57:50 PM sonikkuruzu
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* Lennie from ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', PlayedForDrama. The guy [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength doesn't know his strength]], many cute pets [[spoiler: and one important woman]] are accidentallly crushed by him.

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* Lennie from ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', PlayedForDrama. The guy [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength doesn't know his strength]], many cute pets [[spoiler: and one important woman]] are accidentallly accidentally crushed by him.
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