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Libra72

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Me and my mom were coming home and our 2 dogs and 3 puppies ran out to greet us in our driveway as they always have. My puppy cinnamon got underneath one of the tires on my mom's Explorer. Mom pulled on up, not knowing Cinny had gotten under the vehicle and we both got out fast cause I heard her yelp. I looked over and saw her squirming. I ran up to her and saw blood everywhere and I told mom she was hurt bad. After a few minutes, my Cinny died. I was crying my eyes out and I kept kneeling and crying. I couldn't stop crying and screaming out "Not my Cinny!" I'm hurt so bad I miss her so much. Mom is so very hurt over this. She feels so awful and responsible and can't stop crying either. How do my mom and I get over this horrible pain and guilt. My dad came home from work early to bury my little girl for us. I'm so brokenhearted and I pray there is a special place for all of our beloved pets. I'm gonna miss her forever!.
MyLittleOneIsGone

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I am so very sorry. I'm reading this and crying, too.  It is a horrible thing to witness. I have read other stories like this and there is nothing I can say to make it better.  It was a terrible accident.  You would have never known this could happen. It's no one's fault.  Little Cinny didn't know any better.  All of you are grieving and it will take time. 

Keep coming to this forum. There are many supportive people here going through the same thing or another type of loss. We are all here to understand and comfort each other.  If you need talk to someone, there are pet loss grief counselors. There is a 24/7 call center: DaybyDay  https://daybydaypetsupport.com/ and there's another called LapofLove https://www.lapoflove.com/community/Pet-Loss-Support/Pet-Loss-Support-Hotline from 7am to 11pm eastern time.  Talking with someone may help all of you get through this hard time.

I am very sorry for your loss. If you believe in signs from a loved one, ask for them. I've been asking and I believe I've been getting messages from my little one. A Cardinal has been appearing at my home. It's something that is making me feel better, taking me out of a dark place. A Cardinal is believed to be a connection between us and the spiritual world, that you may see your precious Cinny again in another life.  We don't many things for sure, but it is something we can believe while we are here and hopefully all of it is true.  Just like believing in the Rainbow Bridge.  Cinny will be at the Bridge waiting for you.

My condolences to you and your family.

~ Parker's Mom
Steph87

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I’m truly sorry for your horrific loss. So many of us lose our babies and it feels so traumatic (going through ill health, euthanasia etc) but I think this is what real trauma is. I really am so sad for you. Draw closer to your mum and cherish each other. Your dog is at peace so please don’t think about the last moments. Try to think of the good times and hold onto the fact that your precious one was loved so much.
erikc21

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I just wanted to tell you how very sorry I am to hear about your loss. Less than a year ago I posted my first post in this forum...i ran over my daughter’s puppy Pixie in our driveway. When I read your story I remembered my own, and felt overwhelming sadness for your family, also.

I am not going to lie and say it is easy to cope with the loss - for me it was hard and I still carry the guilt around, but I promise the pain does ease over time. I don’t know why things like this happen, but when they do I think we take something away from them. I make sure to give extra attention to our other dogs, I may be the most cautious person in North America when I back up, and I’m so thankful for the time we had with Pixie. I smile about how she would balance on two hind legs and move her front legs back and forth as she waited for a treat :)

What happened to Cinny was a tragic accident. I know because I lived through it. Cinny knows you or your mother would never do anything to hurt her. I really am so sorry for your pain. And it’s ok to be sad...it means you love Cinny. And know my Pixie is playing with your Cinny right now ❤️

Thinking of your family.


Erik
erikc21

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I just wanted to tell you how very sorry I am to hear about your loss. Less than a year ago I posted my first post in this forum...i ran over my daughter’s puppy Pixie in our driveway. When I read your story I remembered my own, and felt overwhelming sadness for your family, also.

I am not going to lie and say it is easy to cope with the loss - for me it was hard and I still carry the guilt around, but I promise the pain does ease over time. I don’t know why things like this happen, but when they do I think we take something away from them. I make sure to give extra attention to our other dogs, I may be the most cautious person in North America when I back up, and I’m so thankful for the time we had with Pixie. I smile about how she would balance on two hind legs and move her front legs back and forth as she waited for a treat :)

What happened to Cinny was a tragic accident. I know because I lived through it. Cinny knows you or your mother would never do anything to hurt her. I really am so sorry for your pain. And it’s ok to be sad...it means you love Cinny. And know my Pixie is playing with your Cinny right now ❤️

Thinking of your family.


Erik
Libra72

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Thank you all so very much as you all know Just reading your responses has helped me and my mom so much Just knowing that other people have been through the same tragedies all though I hate that we've all been through this in although I will never forget my Cinny it's been over a week now and time has healed some of are pain I really do hope and pray that all of are beloved pets are somewhere playing together and they know that they were loved thank you all so very much again


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