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Max147
Wow that is amazing, you never know your lovely cat could be Willow, they say they can return in all guises. I hope she continues to give you much pleasure & comfort - not a replacement for Willow as nothing can replace a beloved pet but you make room in your heart for another.

I am not ready to think about another dog just yet.  I do walk & pet sit for friends & volunteer & support a local animal shelter & other charities.   I am so sensitive about animals, especially dogs, I cant bear to see them suffering.  My Max had several health conditions & we were always at the vets, especially towards the end & it ripped my heart from my chest every time I had to leave him at the hospital.  He was such a mummy's boy & one time he had to have an operation he pined & barked so much he lost his voice.   I'm welling up just thinking about what he had to endure, my poor little boy 😪.    

I have heard that saying before & it is so very true.  People who have never had a pet will never understand the connection we have to them nor have the compassion for others who have lost one.

Enjoy your lovely cat, she sounds just the medicine you need.  I can tell you care for her deeply by the way you talk about her 🥰.

Hugs & thanks x




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Flori
I am very sorry for your loss. I was wondering if you had a supporting family or friends who could perhaps help you. I know talking about your grief could help you.
 I feel like you but it has only being 3  and a half months. Our beloved cat has been ran over and I am devastated but I am trying to find ways to get through it.I have read some books which have helped.  I was wondering if you thought about pet bereavement counselling. I go to the Ralph site and I know it has helped many. I am thinking of going if I carry on like that. I was thinking about asking advice to my vet. 
i know it is very hard and I cannot wait to think about happy times I had with Monty. But I am not there yet but I am hoping I will be eventually. Take care 
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djobe
This is exactly to the T how I feel.  I lost my Bassett Libby 3 weeks ago. I just can't seem to overcome this grief.  It's hard to explain.  People around me friends family don't understand.
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MrSmithster
Do you have any pics of Max? I looked at your profile but didnt see any. 
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Max147
I have lots of pictures & videos of my beloved boy but I can't seem to successfully post them as they seem to be too big!  I'm not very tech savvy I'm afraid so I'm stuck with a blank picture box!  Have you any pics of your beautiful Willow ?
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CharliesMom2012
Yes, my beautiful tabby kitty Charlie was like a guide, a light, a soul I lost over 3 months ago and I cry everyday, and can not even get around to looking at the pictures to make an album. 
I am waiting for him to come sniff my face, answer me when I call his name (he chirped, rather than a meow and it was the cutest thing)  and was just the best brother to my Marshmallow whom I adopted at the same time. 
I can't deal. I miss him so much. So much.
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MrSmithster
At the bottom of my original post are a few pics of Willow. Thanks for asking

https://forums.rainbowsbridge.com/post/willow-passing-10126247?pid=1308483473
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Lynnmac
I am so sorry for your loss. The pictures of your darling Willow are so precious and she was clearly a much loved companion. It is so difficult when they cross the rainbow bridge but seek comfort that you and she will
meet again and the delight and love you brought to each other. Thank you for sharing these pictures. 
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