Everyone knows that feeling when you lose your friend as you may have experienced it before, but have you experienced that feeling when you lose your pet? Whatever is it, your dog, your cat, for many people a pet is not “just a dog” or “just a cat”. It’s an emotional thing, and it’s hard to handle.
This owner related the story of his dog when he died, then he decided to build a statue replica of his dog. What is amazing about the story is not how the family honored their dog, it’s about how their cat reacted to that statue, and the cat brought all the family members in tears. When his cat saw the statue, she immediately jumped towards the statue and began snuggling with it. What this cat had done taught us how to be the friendship.
It is so difficult to lose your dog who is your best friend. Losing a pet, at any age, can be one of the most difficult things we can go through in our lives. Our pets are lovely; they care about us and give us unconditional love.
Our pets give us true, unconditional love. How many people can do this? Pets give and want no more then to give more. They never feel resentful or too tired to show you how much they love you. In my opinion, animals are capable of great love and devotion with no strings attached. When you have a special pet, the bond you can share is almost indescribable and deepens over the years. We can grow to understand and communicate with our special fur friend in a truly delightful way. This is not a one way relationship; they always seem to know when you need some special attention. When this deep playful, reciprocal love is taken by the death of your pet, the loss can be as deep as the love was.