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Comment from: Jane
Jane

I had to have my cat Millie put to sleep yesterday. I had her for 19 years and feel like there is an enormous hole in me. She was my first cat and although I still have others the pain at the moment seems unbearable. I know she is out of pain and it was the right choice but I just can’t stand it. I want her back and feel so guilty for leaving her at the vets but I couldn’t bring her home as it would not have been fair on the children. I just want to feel better.

06/02/11 @ 01:02
Comment from: Danika
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Danika

Pet grief is experienced in much the same way we grieve over humans. Can take months and even years to finally heal. Best to you!

07/27/11 @ 08:29
Comment from: Julie  
Julie

I undertsand why you feel so bad but you did the most loving thing you could have for Millie, because her pain was too much for her to bear. I had to euthanize my dog yesterday and it was absolutely awful, but it was what was best for him. He had a rapidly spreadng cancer and could barely breathe, but I still feel terrible. I guess it’s normal to feel so bad, but it’s going to be a long slow process. Hang in there. Millie loves you.

10/04/11 @ 17:12
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