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    Death of a loved one

    I agree whole heartily .
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    Death of a loved one

    That is beautiful. I started to cry again. But starting to pull it together. Thanks for that.
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    Death of a loved one

    Thank you all very much. Yes ,the animals do give us unconditional love. She was there with my breakup of my fiancé, to now my new family. Never thought of it that way. I watched my grandmother take her last breathe. We were inseparable and still didn't sob like I did over my cat. I'm sure it doesn't mean I loved her any less because we for sure had a special bond. I know they both will have a spot in my heart forever.
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    Death of a loved one

    So today, I had to make the decision and put my cat down. She had hyperthyroidism and started not eating in which made her very weak. For some reason, I can't stop crying. For me to deal with the passing of a family member is easier than the passing of my cat. I had to tell family members their love one is dying and no emotion on my part. Thinking to myself, when we know its the end of life and the family can't make a decision, we automatically think they are uneducated. This was by far the biggest decision I had to make in my lifetime. The sorrow and guilt won't surpass. Why is it animals are harder to forget? Has anyone else ever felt this way?
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