I am sorry to hear of your loss, Debi. So …

Comment on Dealing with flashbacks after the death of your pet by TheRalphSite.

I am sorry to hear of your loss, Debi. So young and as this time of the year. Very sad. I guess this was her destiny, bless the little one.

Our next blog post to be published today is on the loss of a young pet. Please do have a read of it when it is out (later this afternoon).

Thinking of you and your family,


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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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So sorry to hear this, Amy. It is very difficult. A lot of people struggle with guilt and regret after their pet dies. I can appreciate why your situation would make that more pronounced. And then dealing with the shock of what happened at the end and the flashbacks. I hope that in time you will be able to focus on grieving her loss without these other complicating factors. Shailen.

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Hi Chloe,

Condolences on your loss. Please share the information in this blog with your mum. She may also find it useful to share her experience with our private Facebook community and if she wants to connect with someone there are some options here.

My thoughts are with your family,


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Sorry for your loss. Please join our private Facebook group and ask for advice about this there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theralphsite/

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Thank you for your comment, Stephanie. It is good to know that the site has provided you with value during a very difficult time. Shailen.

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If you are on Facebook, please join our private group. It is such a lovely and like-minded community for empathy and support now and in what is to come. Go here.


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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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