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  • LynnMeow 5:06 pm on August 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    It’s been long day for me as I am still searching for my lost kitten age 2months old.I couldn’t believe that I lost him so suddenly and could not find him.I was so sad till I can’t go to bed at night. I won’t stop here as I am still searching for him..hopefully I could find him or someone send him back to me..
    All I needed now is your prayer for my CheMok safety and health..thank you..!!

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  • LynnMeow 1:44 pm on August 6, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    What not to say to someone grieving a Pet 

    Pets are part of our family as we showered them with love, care, concern..even animals do have feelings and they are much more faithful then humans..agreed?

    In Memory of my Sweet Gissi

    If you’ve ever experienced the loss of a pet, you know that the pain and grief is deep and real — and can even be overwhelming.

    Despite that, grief over the loss of a pet is often not treated with the same respect or sensitivity as grief over the loss of a human. People who have lost a pet may feel like their emotions are being dismissed by their friends, coworkers and even family members, said Carol Baldwin, a certified thanatologist and member of the American Association of Death Education and Counseling.

    “When we’re grieving for a pet, we’re made to feel silly for grieving for so long or for grieving so passionately,” Baldwin, who is also director of the Center for World Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at Arizona State University, explained to The Huffington Post.

    In fact, grief over a pet can sometimes feel even worse than grief…

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