We grieve alone
This morning we took Peekaboo, our 14-year-old kitty with an inoperable sarcoma, to the vet clinic for the last time. She’s in a happier place now, so I hope, at least. A place with no pain. Stefano and I grieve alone. Those of our friends who don’t have animals in their lives just don’t understand our grief…they don’t understand the intense love that we have for our furry companions. And yet losing a cat can be as difficult as losing a human companion, according to this Cornell University article: https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center/health-information/health-topics/grieving-loss-your-cat Keshé, Puzzola, Piccolo, Priscilla, and Peekaboo are all gone now. My heart is heavy today. Peekaboo. My strong, beautiful, curious, tough girl. Who is going to head butt me now? Who is going to greet me when I come home and give me a long list of all the things that happened during my absence (she was such a talker…)? Who? I will miss you so much, sweetie. Much love.
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