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James0530

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Hello, today I had such a lovely day came home from taking my kids to see Santa and my gorgeous beautiful cat who had no fear of cars at all ran under my car as I was trying to reverse and I ran her over and killed her. I cannot tell you how beyond devastated I feel I can’t belive she’s dead and worse of all is that I killed her. I would be beside myself ever killing a cat let alone killing my own. I just can’t stop crying I feel so guilty. I had no idea she was there until it was too late but the upset I feel is beyond words
Coloured_mind

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Hi James
We just had a similar experience, except it was my dad who pulled into the driveway as my car ran under his car. All i can say about our situation is that no one blames my dad. It was my cat, but we all know that he loved her just as much as me, and would do anything to get her back. It was a tragic accident and no one was to blame.

In a way, it was best that it happened to my dad, because he was probably the most emotionally equipped to handle it. If it was me or my younger sister, i don't know if either of us would have coped.

I am sure your family do not blame you, and you should not blame yourself. It sounds like you loved your cat and would have given her the best life.

I don't know your situation, but i know that my cat Nique didn't live long enough, but she lived well. She was a happy cat with a family that always did what was best for her. I'm sure the same could be said for you and your family.

All the best in the healing process,
Kristen (Coloured_mind)
James0530

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She did have a nice life she didn’t want for anything I loved her dearly which is just what makes it worse. I wish someone else had done it anyone else but me. I’m just devastated the grief I feel is one thing but the guilt and anger at myself for causing it is just beyond words. Of course I know it was a pure accident but it doesn’t change the situation or how absolutely dreadful I feel I just can’t believe it’s happened
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