Comment on Grieving the loss of your horse by TheRalphSite.
I am really glad that the post helped you, Florence. RIP Ming. Sounds like you have a wonderful bond that will last for eternity.
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Grieving the loss of your horse
I am sorry for your loss, Grace. It is definitely very early days for your grief. It sounds cliche to say but it is so true that there is no timeline for grief. He sounds wonderful as does your bond which will for sure live on. If you are not a member do request to join our private Facebook group where you will meet many other like-minded people who have or are experiencing bereavement of an animal companion.
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Sorry to hear this.
The most immediate and best source of support that we can suggest is to join The Ralph Site private Facebook group. 24/7 support from pet carers who understand. Please consider it.
Thinking of you.
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Sorry to hear this, Maddie. I hope that Betsy continues to recover. Hopefully, when you have her back home, time will do its magic and you will start to have fewer flashbacks or guilt about what happened. It is very difficult to keep them safe 100% of the time while allowing them to enjoy life too. I believe that Betsy knows how much you love her and will not have any bad feelings towards you. Thinking of your family at this time.
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Sorry for your loss, Cathy. This sounds like a wonderful idea and memorial.
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Sorry for your losses of Oscar and Jasper, Alan. It certainly is very difficult and we go through it all with each companion that we lose. Love to Sophie.
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I am so sorry to hear this, Belinda. Bless Jillian, angel. I hope that despite the sadness, you can make the most of your time left together physically.