The family cat had to be put down, and it’s affecting the reader more than anyone else in the family.
This is a short response to a woman who has lost her cat. It is a simple response and advise column.
The woman is concerned why she is still grieving. The loss of a pet is something worthy of grief and the woman is encouraged not to hide her grief, or put away the things that remind her of her cat, but to memorialize them.
Pet loss grief is a serious issue that many people are embarrassed to admit or one that sociey dismisses as irrelevant. This is farther from the truth.
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