I remember when I lost my dog, Molly, after sharing 10 years of our lives together. I could not believe she was no longer with us. 

I was devastated. felt lost, and depressed, and even after four years I still miss her terribly. 

So, when my cat Sonia- who I had for 20 years- passed away, just before the first wave of covid-19, I really struggled. And I’m still struggling now. I know their souls are in a good place. I did my best to raise them both the best way I knew how at the time.

The Last Days of The Dogs

I’m super proud of my dog Molly and Sonia who both tolerated living with each other to make me happy.

Losing my pets left me feeling shocked. Why did it happen to us? My children were feeling shocked too. As we grieved the loss of our pets, I wanted to help others like me. 

People who don’t have pets don’t understand how devastating their passing can be. If you are finding it difficult to cope with your anxiety, depression, and stress as a result of losing your beloved pet, just remember you are not alone 

If it will help to talk, visit the following charities. They will help you cope with losing a dog or explore what is bereavement:

Blue Cross (PBSS) Pet Bereavement Support Service – they specialize in supporting people who are grieving or facing a loss via phone, email, or webchat

RSPCA – Pet Bereavement: Coping with Pet Loss is a brilliant article that helped us.

Animal Samaritan – Pet Bereavement line: they help and advise people going through the grief of losing a pet. 

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