Maybe i'm just too emotional these days but still.
What about you GAGs do you cry if you lose a pet or you just don't care. 🌼🌼
- Yes I'd cry 😭💔
- No who cares 😂😐
- I'm a robot 🤖👾
So sorry Here, dear, My Heart goes out to you. A Pet is Part of the Family.
I have Lost many a Pet but Try not to Cry too much.. It hurts way toooo much and I may Never Stop once I Start.
Hope you feel Better soon, sweetie. xx
Yes. Are those cartoon ladies pregnant, XD? No wonder she is emotional.
My last dog died in October which I had a good connection with. I was smiling the entire time (I don't know why, but I smile in the worst situations) I feel like I'd be upset if I had raised the dog myself and had a more personal connection with the him/her.
Skittles & Tugboat are more than pets or friends, more like consigliori or family.. they both reduce the general pain and loneliness. My lifespan may reduce at loss of either. God forbid anytime soon.
I am going to be devastated when my dog dies. I rescued him from a shelter and I love him more than anything. He is always with me wherever I go, and I can't imagine my life without him. Just thinking about it is making me sad.
I'm a mixture of A and C but i've numbed my emotions a fair bit so nothing really gets an emotional reaction out of me these days
I cry like a baby every time. I usually take time off work.
Its rough when you've had em so long but I don't cry over em
Yeah. In fact I did. For my dog, a rabbit, and even a gerbil.
yeah i wouldn't be happy about it if my dogs died but i wouldn't cry about it.
I was very upset when i lost my dog and i cried a little
Of course. I miss my cat, Zira. ZIRA. She was a great cat.
Why are your poll's opinions so extreme? Of course I'd care, but I would not cry.
Totally. And I'm sorry for your loss🙁💕
I cried when our beloved Meg Dog developed a brain tumour at 6 years old. We have a family friend that is a vet, and he enlisted the help of a specialist vet, but between them, there was nothing they could do. We did not really have time to say goodbye. It still hurts after a couple of years or more. The whole family was shedding tears. My brother, too, the big softie!
I can well understand how upset you were at losing your dog. Losing a pet fish is no less upsetting. Sad news to hear!
I cried for months when my dog passed and I still think about her and cry to this day. When you spend so much time taking care of another being and you're so invested in their well being it's only natural to suffer over their loss. My animals are like family to me but that's just me.
If I didn't care for an animal, they wouldn't be my pets. So yes I would cry.
I cried, it wasn't even mine and I only knew it for 2 years. It's the main reason why I don't want to have pets with a short living-span.
I was going to get a yorkie but then I got a different dog and I cry when I think of my not born dog I was going to get.
I have owned pets my whole life. Still cry when one dies. They are like family.
I ugly cry. My pets are my world
Yeah, I always cry when I lose one.
Yes i cried loosing pets.
If my dog died, I’d be totally inconsolable.
Of course! They're like family to me.
I'd cry if my bunny died... I mean she's been around me for 9 years already day-in-day-out. I already cry when she gets ill... especially 'cause she's at the age where she's getting real old. Strange thing is... I never cried over my two goldfish that I had for 3 years, but I cried when the cat of my grandparents died who I'd only known (mentally) for 5 years.
You're def. not over emotional, it shows you cared for your pet. I mean you build some kind of bond with them, regardless of how long you had them. You feed them everyday, clean their home, pet them or watch them.
Not crying doesn't mean you didn't care, it's just that some are more emotional than others. Everyone expresses their sadness differently. Some cry, others shut down, some talk about it. It's all fine, we all deal with it differently.
I would cry.
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