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Sharry49

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My cat had to be euthanized on Monday, February 5th at 2:00pm. I am still breaking down when I think about her. I’m spiritual but not that religious. I had her remains creamated and her ashes will be joined with mine once the time comes. That’s how I am coping now...just making the plans has helped. It is so darned quiet. Her fur was so soft.
Annabelle1969

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I'm new here but I had to euthanize my 17 year old kitty on Friday. Here's a big hug from me.

I live alone and this is my first time being completely alone (not even a pet). I know what you mean - the silence is overwhelming.

The grieving alone is overwhelming but that silence is killing me. Even with music or the TV on. Anyone have any ideas on how to fill that silence?
Sharry49

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I fill the silence with nothing I received a note from the vet wishing me hope to get through this silence
Always__there

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Hello Sharry,
So sad to lose a lifetime pet. Remarkable age of 17y and memories to last ! Each person has their own ways of handling/coping with pet losses. There is no right or wrong way. You have tried the TV and Music... How about a ''talk'' program whereby it encourages You to focus on the subject matter. You could start a diary, go for long walks. Do what it ''right'' for You. Know that the Love of your beloved pet is within your Heart, Always.
                                     Warmest of Wishes,      Sherry/Perryxx
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