This is possibly the most beautiful anthem of all time. My cat is my bridge over troubled water.
Making the decision to euthanize the little animal friend we love so much can cause us a special or different kind of grieving.
We are not only grieving the death of our beloved friend, but mingled in with this is also coming to terms with the idea that we were the ones who chose the ‘when’ and the ‘how’ of their death. It is very important for you to know that there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ here. There is only love and compassion.
At Pet Loss Journey, our aim is to help you to make informed decisions about euthanasia, and to give you all the support you need before, during and after this major life event. This section provides articles and information on making a decision, coping after euthanasia, types of euthanasia and alternatives to euthanasia.
We all know, my friends, from personal experience the pain of losing our so-loved ‘pet’ (but they’re not really ‘pets’ are they, and we understand this). Sometimes we lose them through death my natural causes, sometimes through tragic and sudden death, and sometimes through the choice to euthanize.