Dealing with a pet loss is something not everyone understands. Unless you have a pet who you are attached too, understanding a bond between a pet and its owner is hard to see. But let me tell you, the bond we share is like no other. It cannot be held up to any other in comparison. And every bond is different. One could be like best friends share, another could be similar to a mother and her child. The distinction between this bond is truly up to the owner. How far they allow this love to fall into their hearts will determine this bond.
But the good thing is, if someone you know
has lost their pet, you do not need to know the extent of their bond.
The fact is, if their bond is quite close, you will most likely know
just by their reaction to their loss or by the way they talked about
their beloved friend before the passing. In any case, how you react to
them should be the same as if they had lost a family member or a very
close friend. Because in most cases, that is exactly what they have
is so hard to see someone grieving and we all want to do what we can to
ease some of that pain. That should not change because the someone, your
friend or family has lost is an pet. Pets are wonderful companions and
can be a very big part of someone's life. That's why its important to be
there for someone who has lost a pet, as it can leave a very big whole
in someone's heart. If you have not found the information you are
searching for, try taking a look at the following pages:
Loss of a Pet
Pet Bereavement and
Card Pet Sympathy.
"Pets leave footprints in our hearts and memories in our thoughts that last forever.”