I cried my heart out until there was nothing left. I lost my dog of 12 years old, and my cat who was 16 in the span of a months time. All right before my birthday, then had to deal with my friends and family constantly asking where they were. I'm still not over it and don't think I ever will be
Most Helpful Girl
Awwwww, this actually made me tear up. My dog of three years died Sept.7.2016. He got hit by a car. I cry a lot because I know it's my fault (100%), that was the first time I ever let him go for a run by himself.(I know dumb of me to let a dog go out by himself) I couldn't even make it to see his body because when I saw the blood on the road.. my heart stammered so fast and just stop beating. I felt a striking pain in my chest, and just started gushing. I cried even more thinking about how my baby was in pain before he passed. The next day I didn't even get up and go to school. Removing his bowls, booties, toy, treats, comforters, and cage his necessary. As it was a constant reminder for me to walk in my kitchen and see dog food. And when everybody ask "Where's Max?"makes me want to cry all over again. The worst part is I can't even admit to my mum, dad, sister, and brother that it was me who release him. They all think he accidentally escaped the house.. Sorry for ranting, but as time go they say you'll get over it. My heart clenches every time I think of him.1
Most Helpful Guy
You won't ever forget them. Nor should you. As for "dealing" with it- you really can't. That's a major loss. When my cat got really sick I thought she'd pull through. I didn't think anything would happen to her because she was my pet. I was sure she'd be OK. We had to put her down. She was very sick. Even just typing this now makes me sad.
Don't try to get over it. That's a tough loss. Unfortunately humans outlive pets.0