I'm sorry for your loss. But things like these takes time to heal...Crying is good (in this case). You should just try and focus your mind on other things, These things happen....Remember the good memories you had with it, I'm sorry..
I'm sorry about your loss. I could lie to you and say it will be better in a day or two but the truth is that it just gets easier to handle. You will always remember those little looks and sounds he made and the truth is that will make it better. I still remember my first dog and all I've had since I lost her. Their memories make it all worth while. Embrace it and grieve. Then enjoy
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No, it's impossible to get over something like that right away. Give it time. You won't completely get over it, but remember the good memories of him and the funny and sweet things he did. I lost my puppy a few years back, and my grandmother gave me a poem that helped me so much. Go to Google and look up a poem called Rainbow Bridge. I'm sorry for your loss...
I have lost so many animals in my life. It never is easy. I have done a great deal of crying. And still tear up remembering some of them. But, I focus on the funny and cute things they did. Even some if the naughty things I now find funny. Cry when you have to. You will always have her in your heart. Good luck.
Dear Love2Run, I am so sorry that you lost such an important part of your life. My mom lost her daschund, Scooter, not long ago and not only did she feel she had lost a child, I felt I lost a baby brother. I was terrified that she would grieve herself to death over Scootie but at the time she was battling Pancreatic Cancer. Instead, she has been declared cancer free and she had Scooter cremated and takes his little box of ashes everywhere. Somehow, she is able to cope this way. I asked her if I could get her an urn and she said that when she found the right one she would let me know but for now as long as he was with her she was fine. I know it sounds silly to a lot of people but our beloved pets give us more love and understanding than a human being because of their need to make us feel special and never judged. Mom said she didn't want any other pets but my nieces dog and kitties have been temporarily at moms house and I believe it actually helps. It may do you good to have another kitty but most of all just keep in mind that your kitty knew how much you loved them and you have a lot of memories that will keep a smile on your face. I also believe that we will one day see our beloved friends in heaven. Again, it may sound crazy to some but I truly believe this. It hurts right now but it will become easier to be happy with time and you will be able to talk about your kitty with fond memories and a smile instead of tears. I'm sorry I wrote so much but I know how bad it hurts and you will be able to feel better. You are in my prayers.
I know it's very hard to move on when someone (animal or person) who is very special has past away. But remember, that's life, you can't live forever. He's in much better place now. He is now on the RAINBOW BRIDGE (that's what other people call it) just remember that he is with you always and he will always love you even until now.
It's hard losing your best friend. I would go to a local shelter and volunteer and play with other cats and maybe even adopt another one to help fill the gap. Just make sure it doesn't REPLACE him, just help with the pain.
im sorry this but there is a way to get over his death you get a kitten you will be over this in no time when you do get a kitten you will be playing with him / her and making sure he/she is happy then you will forget that your last one ever died
again i am very sorry for your loss it will take time for you to forget it all. i hoped it helped :.) and remember he is in a good place always watching down on you saying thank you for being a great owner you were the best owner i had in my entire life he/she is with you ALWAYS
Sorry for your loss. Make some time for yourself ,friends or family, and get your mind off of it . Just talk to family/friends and tell them not to talk about it, I'm sure they will support. I did the same when my cat died trust me it will help.
I am so sorry for your loss. I will tell you my experience as a Doggie Mom. I was never able to have babies, so my little dog Prissy was very special to me. I lost her last August at 12 years old. We had to put her down to be kind and just since she was suffering and almost gone on her own. My entire family was present and I was inconsolable. I missed days at work over her death and was devastated. Within weeks, as if it was meant to be, a new little one came into my life. I wasn't searching, yet her previous owner and I met on FB as I was grieving for Prissy. I can't tell you how much Mollie has helped me over the death of Prissy. I say get a new baby. They say "The sooner replaced, the more they were loved". I couldn't bear the void Prissy left and although Mollie is nothing like Prissy, I love her in a whole different way. I almost feel like it was meant to be. Hope this helps.