Most people would look up to us as if why are we wasting our tears over our pet’s death, they are not insensitive they have no idea, what does it feels to lose you beloved pet before you eyes. The pain and agony that the pet owner goes through nobody can guess it because it is only felt by those who either have been through that phase or have had pet.
The pain of losing your loved one is as distressful as losing your family member, animals once kept as pet becomes our family and not a part of our family. We should give the same respect and love to our pet, just the way they give to us because for them we are their whole world and they look up to us with eyes full of love, affection, care and trust. They trust us with themselves because they know that no matter whatever happens their human would never let anything go wrong with them. We should always take care of them when they are around us because once they are gone, they are missed dearly and to overcome their death is one of the difficult phase of all. As a kid I had always thought that Animals won’t die, like I remember when I lost my Sandy ( my very first dog), she was 12 years old when she was showing signs of illness, blindness and lastly non-stoppable seizures which lead to her death. That time, that night was so heavy on all of the family members, it wasn’t passing and we as siblings weren’t able to come out of the death of Sandy, it took a toll of us that we couldn’t even concentrate on school and tests that our Parents had to take special off from school as we weren’t performing well.
I would only request you to never make fun of someone who has lost a pet, because you never know how well they were bonded and how much difficult it would be for that person to get over his pet’s death. Always respect feelings and give space, as our Pets taught the same compassion to their Human Parents.
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