Comment on Life after euthanasia for bereaved pet carers by TheRalphSite.
My condolences on your loss, Karen. You are so right that many pet carers struggle with this situation. Doing the kindest thing for our beloved companions brings with it much pain for many people. I hope that in time this will get easier for you. Shailen.
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Life after euthanasia for bereaved pet carers
Condolences on your loss. You are definitely not alone. Grief is a unique experience but there are also lots of commonalities.
I hope you find the blog and our main website of some support and value. Also, if you use Facebook, we have a private group for community support.
My thoughts are with you,
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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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