Re: Loss of a pet
Losing a pet is no joke. It never gets easier no matter how many times you go through it. What helped me was to mentally prepare to go home without her. For example do a mental checklist of what is in your home that reminds you of or belonged to your pet, prepare yourself to see it, and just grieve. The house will feel empty for a while, it also helped me to cremate the body and keep the urn in the house where I know it's safe. Kinda made it feel like she was still here to an extent. I waited about a month to get a new puppy and IMO it was enough time. Now I have a little bouncy guy (Larkin is his name) running around the house again. I will always have a picture of my old girl on the wall though, you can never replace them. Best thoughts and condolences your way.
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