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Losing a pet sucks.

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posted on Apr, 16 2014 @ 05:20 AM

3 weeks ago my pomeranian puppy died in front of me. My mom accidentally drop him on our floor so his head hit it hard. He died instantly. I can still remembar it up to now. It is very painful to bear with his loss even now that we got a new puppy. A month ago he almost died because of parvo but I was able to treat him. I was so happy that he was able to survive it. but then again he died because of a freak accident... I guess this life is not really for him.. at least he motivates me to do good because I want to see him in heaven someday..

That is horrendous! I am so sorry, I cannot imagine something so traumatic. I am glad you got a new puppy though, give him extra love and hugs all the time.

posted on Apr, 17 2014 @ 04:15 AM
reply to post by lovebeck

My boy passed March 16 and I still tear up when I think of him..I feel terrible that his last two weeks were spent having 12 pills a day forced on him..he looked at me with eyes that said "enough already!"
I hope this poem brings you some comfort..

You're giving me a special gift,
So sorrowfully endowed,
And through these last few cherished days,
Your courage makes me proud.

But really, love is knowing
When your best friend is in pain,
And understanding earthly acts
Will only be in vain.

So looking deep into your eyes,
Beyond, into your soul,
I see in you the magic that will
Once more make me whole.

The strength that you possess,
Is why I look to you today,
To do this thing that must be done,
For it's the only way.

That strength is why I've followed you,
And chose you as my friend,
And why I've loved you all these years...
My partner till the end.

Please, understand just what this gift
You're giving, means to me,
It gives me back the strength I've lost,
And all my dignity.

You take a stand on my behalf,
For that is what friends do.
And know that what you do is right,
For I believe it, too.

So one last time, I breathe your scent,
And through your hand I feel,
The courage that's within you,
To grant me this appeal.

Cut the leash that holds me here,
Dear friend, and let me run,
Once more a strong and steady dog,
My pain and struggle done.

And don't despair my passing,
For I won't be far away,
Forever here, within your heart,
And memory I'll stay.

I'll be there watching over you,
Your ever-faithful friend,
And in your memories I'll run,
... a young dog once again.

posted on Feb, 14 2015 @ 12:31 AM
I lost one of my babies this week. Gosh i miss her so much.a reply to: lovebeck

posted on Jan, 9 2016 @ 03:07 AM
I'm looking for comfort at the moment, as today we had to put our beautiful little girl down, I found this thread and know everyone here feels my pain.

She was a beautiful little Pomeranian named Yasna, and around 13 years old, the most happiest, sweetest, playful, wise little soul ever. The bestest little friend ever.!!

Two weeks ago she was killing her fav toy "kangie" a stuffed kangaroo, chasing the cat, fighting her sister (other Pom called Katinka) and being old, a bit deaf and blind but just her little playful happy self.

New Year's Eve she got really sick, her little heart started to give up, then the rest of her. We were blessed that she survived and we had this last week with her.

Like the OP I have a very sad cat and dog left behind, they know she us gone and in their own way are sad.

I have to say I've lost family and other pets over the years, but this one really hurts, she was like a little daughter, we have only a son and he called her his little sister, it's so hard to see my husband loose it so much, sobbing, my son holding it together and being there for us both, it's so heartbreaking.

How can one love an animal so much, more than people ?
I think humans are capable of so much love, wish it manifested itself more towards each other, but I have to say I loved my little girl more than most people I know, and she deserved a longer life. I miss her already.

posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:24 PM
2 months before my dog died, every day I came from from school, her bounding hellos were much more intense. Plus, I'd hear her scratching on my door when it was shut, which she'd never done before.

It was like she knew she was about to leave.

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