>>2037406 Let it all out initially. Watch a movie like Marley and Me or anything else that would evoke sad emotions relating to pets, and then cry it all out.
Once you got that out of the way, reason away your remaining sadness. Your pet had a great life, better than it could have possibly if it was out in the wild or born to some ungrateful owner who abused it. You gave it a great life and it was thankful for it. Your pet would probably want you to live the remainder of your life being happy as well and not crying or thinking about it 24/7.
>>2037406 I'm still getting over pets I've lost as far back as ten years ago. I mean, I'm not a constant wreck, but I still think about them. And that's kind of the point, it's part of remembering them.
It had been snowing and freezing for the past 3 days and my stepdad found my cat's frozen body in the pond behind our house an hour ago. I always thought it wouldn't affect me much once the day would come since I've lost 3 cats before, it's just so much different when you can actually see her lifeless body.
I can't believe how much I'm crying right now, we had her for 8 fucking years and now she's gone forever. I was still in high school when we got her.
>>2039713 Damn, that sounds awful. I went downstairs for dinner and my mother asked me if she was sleeping in my room and she wasn't. Then I thought it was nothing like usual so I started to eat, and I heard my stepdad saying something when he went outside to look and I could hear from my mother's reaction that there was something wrong. Then I went to the garage and my crying mother walked passed me, so I prepared for the worst.
She was completely frozen on the ground, but I still didn't feel sadness because I didn't really fully comprehend the situation, that all came a couple of minutes later when reality kicked in.
It's the first time someone close to me has died as well, but I guess death of a loved one is always painful no matter how often you experience it.
I know we'll be okay, the crying has already stopped...for now lol
>>2041836 That's your fault. You dont execute an animal on a whim like that, especially if nobody got hurt. How could you even know the dog was going to bite the kid? I see dogs snap like that all the time(usually at other dogs though), it's just intimidation. Don't make this mistake again.
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