This is possibly the most beautiful anthem of all time. My cat is my bridge over troubled water.
If you are asking yourself the question ‘Where does my pet go when she dies?’, I thought you might enjoy some sublimely beautiful images of animals and the afterlife. Then, listen to your heart and listen to your intuition, and know deep down that they are okay. […]
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.
A lot of people have told me that they don’t feel that they are ‘allowed’ to really grieve for their lost pet. They tell me that they get the impression from ‘people’ and ‘society’ that grieving for a person who has died is perfectly fine, but grieving for a pet who has died? Not true…
Sometimes we just don’t know if our beloved pet is still alive or has died – there’s no closure. I know how this feels, and it inspired me to share my story with you all. I know there must be more cat lovers out there who have been or are in the same situation.