I know how impossible it can be, coping with the loss of a pet.
You want to lie in bed and cry. Well, why not? I’ve done it, and it’s certainly better to cry it out to release your grief, then to keep it bottled up.
Just please make sure you don’t get lost in it.… Read full post
How to cope with losing a dog.
Feeling sad and grieving over the loss of an animal companion is normal, so don’t let anyone make you feel like it isn’t.
As much as we would like to avoid experiencing the heartbreak, the truth is – we can’t feel better if we don’t allow ourselves to first feel bad.… Read full post
As I write this story, tears are streaming down my face and my heart is broken. Saffy died yesterday afternoon.
In spite of this, her story must be heard.
Saffy (or Saffron Cleopatra – the formal name my husband gave her), was rescued from a puppy mill, also known as dog hell.… Read full post
In memory of my puppy mill rescue Saffy, who knew only a brief moment of peace
In this post I will be listing a variety of pet memorial ideas, as a way to honour our animal companions.
Creating a memorial to honour an animal companion, can be a very effective way to help cope with the loss.… Read full post
One of the more difficult parts about losing a pet, may be explaining the death of a pet to your kids. For most kids, pets are family, their best friends. Who greets them at the door when they come home? Do your children have private chats with their pets? Do they seek comfort and companionship from them?… Read full post