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Ghatten

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There was once a man who came here and decided he needed not to calm his own grief, but to become a great source of comfort to others. Lobowolf has gone now to be with his beloved fur angels but he left a wide reaching family here to offer support. Some, like me, at times have take a step back to heal - many are still very active here. He also started several of us doing pages and memorials (and some more general healing pages). Sometimes the greatest step to healing we can take is to realize we are not alone. The 2 links below are to the indexes for those memorials. Perhaps they will allow you to see that you did your best for your fur child (or feathered, scaled, or finned), and he knows this and loves you for that.


Memorial Tales

Memorial Pages


If in reading these pages a tear falls, remember that tears are healing if we let them bring healing. Remember, too, that your fur angel wants you to be happy - and your baby knows you are sad and understands, but he also wants for you to heal and find happiness again. Grieving has no defined time frame, each loss is different. The time needed does not reflect how much we loved. Allow yourself time to heal - healing will come if you let it. Initially I think we all feel guilty for one thing or another - that is grief speaking. You have to look hard at guilt and say 'no, I did the best I could at that moment and with what I knew" and I do know that that is not easy to do. I have lost many over the years, each time I was sure I would never recover - and I still love and miss each one of my angels. But with time and patience with myself I did recover. Come here and to the chat room, remember your baby - and know that here is a safe place to be with others who do understand.

I wish you all the best - and for healing,
ghattenwolf
KatMomWolf

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Dear Ghatten.
Thank you so much for writing that beautiful letter yes we do miss papa very much sometimes you wonder where did the time go... you can still hear his voice hear his laughter read his words..

What you have said about grief is so true as I sit here looking at my beloved cat a senior rescue I say to myself I could never do this again because I know one day just like all the others that I have loved and had in my life she will be gone to the bridge at this moment I say no more I can never go through this again but if any of us realizes when we say this we are closing the door to the Future

to the Future furbabies that will need us... our love ,our care ,to open our hearts and our homes to give love to another and you are right it will be the grief that speaks these horrible words because we know who we are
we have done this many times and we will keep going and keep helping and keep loving

in loving memory of all the wolves that have gone

to Papa who is still smiling down upon us with a little chuckle and in his words you are all good Cubs keep up the good work

Katmomwolf4 n bubbles
Ghatten

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I so agree with your words Katmom - but even more than missing him and knowing so many would be so soothed by his words, I know he did leave a huge part of his heart here - at Petloss in the ones he helped and his cubs and at Petsupports.com in the words he left and encouraged others to leave. He is still so very much here, and if we but listen (and encourage others to listen) his words and love still dance on the winds that whisper - for always.
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