The emotional bonds formed with a pet often exceed the bonds formed with other people in a person's life.
Many people never think of them as pets, but rather very special companions, best friends or a family member.
Our pets are our constant companions. They love us whether we have a good day or a bad day. They are the closest we will ever experience to unconditional love because they don't judge. For many people the relationship they have with their pets is closer than the relationships they have with many people, so when our pets die, run away, or have to be put to sleep, it's heartbreaking.
Many people grieve the loss of their pets for many years following the loss because they were never given the proper tools to recover from their grief. Instead of recovering from their loss, they learn to live with their pain, hoping that time will heal. Unfortunately, time alone never heals.
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