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katieelise1

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Today I lost my cat that I’ve had since I was 5 years old. I’m 19 now. He was so sweet. He was old and now deaf. my mom accidentally hit him with her car. she saw him move but I guess he went back in front of the car and he got hit. I heard him when he got hit. I saw him curled up and scared and in pain and I watched him take his last breath... I don’t blame my mom it was an accident.. I just can’t get over what I saw. I’ve had him my whole life and now I watched him die. I can’t get over it. how do I move past this... I’m sorry I don’t know how this page works but I needed someone to help me. Thank you
Whippitless

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Hi katieelise,
So sorry for your loss. That sounds like an extremely traumatic event to have witnessed. Puts a pit in my stomach just to have read it. Recently watched my furry companion leave this world in a less than graceful manner myself, & I can totally relate to having the imaged burned in to your mind. I sincerely hope your mom is able to move forward, even though it was a complete mishap of circumstance, Im sure she must feel awful, as would I.
Wish I had the words or the formula for putting the trauma behind you, but Ive yet to get there, myself after a couple months. The past 10 days or so, Ive been making an effort to keep myself busy, & I do think its helped somewhat. Perhaps when the shock of the incident wears off, try to find an activity, task, project to occupy your mind. Wont take away the pain, but it may help pass the time until you're more prepared to address it.
My sincerest condolences & best wishes for your recovery.
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