Comment on Rehoming a pet: How to cope with the grief by Amy.
Something happened to my precious Ghibli and she would not stop attacking my husband. She’s always been a nervous girl and the vet thinks something else scared her and it was redirected aggression. I have a 6 month old baby so keeping a quiet and predictable environment where she could learn to trust again wasn’t possible and the foster from the cat charity said she would do better after being rehabilitated and rehomed in a quiet household. That doesn’t stop me looking for her on the stairs when I come home every day, on the couch when I go downstairs at night or at my feet when I move from room to room. I wish I could’ve told her that everything was alright and that she could’ve understood me.