Coping With Grief from the Loss of a Pet

Coping With Grief from the Loss of a Pet

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I lost my Boston boy Stan only three short weeks ago. He was 14 1/2, no eyes, deaf, diabetic and also suffered from Pancreatitis. We had a great run, we did a lot of amazing things together. He loved to play ball so I got him into Flyball, which was great fun but competitions were out as he wanted all the balls! lol He was my heart dog, my first Boston. I miss him every day. I miss his cousin Bea, she has been gone nearly two years and I can feel her presence here which is comforting. I have… Read more »

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I almost immediately adopt another cat. Sometimes it takes a few weeks to find the right fit and sometimes it only takes a few days. No the new cat does not replace a loved pet but it always makes me feel better. There are so many cats that need a furrever home.

Claire Primo, Veterinary Nurse for BHV

KC,

I love this!

Of course, the new kitty doesn’t replace the companion that you lost. You’re so right – there are so many cats that need homes, and there is such a void in our own home when we don’t have a cat to share it with.

Warmly,
Claire

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