i know how you feel i felt the same way after my cat bootsie died i got him cremated and that helped a little it also helps to cry it out and look at pictures if you have him. i'm sorry for you loss i hope this helped and you start to feel better
I'm sorry to hear that,sweetie.I'm crying as I write this.It's never easy when you lose a pet,who is like a member of your family.Just remember all the memories you had with your cat.You can either cremate him and save the ashes and put the jar in your room and hang a pic of him above it,or bury your cat in the backyard.That way he is close by.I'm sorry for your loss,sweetie.Though he is gone,he will always live on in your heart and memories.
I totally understand :'(
my Mouse( yeaa i named her Mouse lol) passed away this past February, she was 20. i bawled my eyes out an thought the same thing...
Its hard, you'll think about him alot, just remember all the happy moments an know he's not suffering an in a better place now.
As long as you keep a place in your heart for him, he will always be with you. An believe it or not getting another pet does help ( it doesnt mean your replacing him) giving another a chance to know love an affection an getting it in return is the best medicine i can suggest. Truly sorry for your loss.
I know how you feel, I had my cat Sunny sence he was born, when he was 5 years old he got hit by a car. When I showed his mama she was verry sad, she walked around looking for him for days. I think she couldn't believe it.
I guess the way I got over it was by crying and talking about him, but I will never forget him.
I'm so sorry for your loss. It bothers me too when I lose a pet, I had a 13 year old dog, she was part boxer and she died almost 3 years ago and I bawled my eyes out. she was a sweetest loving dog ever. I know exactly how you feel. It hurts. I hoping you can get another one to make you feel better.
So sorry for your loss. Our animals friends have such an important place in our lives. There really is no short cut through the grief; you will feel sad for days. This is normal, and don't let anyone ridicule you for feeling the way you do.
You will feel better in time, and you will be able to look at your pictures of your beloved kitty without crying. He was lucky to have lived with someone who cherished him so!
My little dog died 20 years ago, and I still miss her, but I have such good memories of her. I dream about her from time to time, and that makes me so happy. Maybe your kitty will do that for you too. Take care--lots of us here sympathize with you.
I'm so sorry. i know what it's like to lose a pet you really love. My cat died when i was ten and i felt like i would never be happy agin. but a time went pasted i felt like she was still by my side and happy were she was so if a pet dies dont feel like he/she was gone forever because they are still with you no matter what.
I feel you, it's hard going on without your best friend, I know. But, hey, it could always be worse, and he/she is in a better place now. And though they're not there physically, they are still in your memory and you are in theirs.
Y'know my cat died last summer, and I still cry every time I think of her.She was so young only four and she was hit by a car.We didn't want her outside but we couldn't keep her in,she was a rescue who had always been outside and that's where she loved to be.I Never even got to say good-bye I came home from a two week vacation and was home for one day then gone on another one week vacation,and that's when she died.
Oh wow, awww...no. I'm SOOOOO sorry for ur loss... :'( think about all the good times u had with ur cat. *was he old?*no, u won't get over a death of any pet, even after you feel better after a while. But maybe in time, when u do feel better, u can get a kitten-but not the same color or name it the same name u know? It'll probably fill that empty and lonely spot back up while knowing that God's taking care of him and that he's in a better place where you'll see him again one day.(best of good luck...I hope I helped! :) )
I am so sorry for your loss. I had a 9 year old silver tabby named Sylven that died when I was really young. I still pull out that photo album to look at the pictures of him. It is good to remember the fun times you had with your cat and maybe even talk to others about them a share stories. One thing you must remember is that once a cat dies they go to a better place... a place without pain, without suffering, and without sickness. Your cat will always be in your dreams and they will also always be in your heart... and who knows, maybe once life for you comes to it's end you might be reunited with your cat. Your cat will always be with you, wherever you go, and whatever you do, your cat with be with you. Once you first bond with an animal, it stays with you forever, even after death. I am sure your cat loved you just as much as much as you love him. I hope you can find a way past this, and I support you to the fullest.