If you’re here it’s obvious, like me, that you have lost a part of your heart with the death of a pet. In the video above I give detailed information on how to cope with the loss of a beloved pet. I’ve had pets throughout my life. Each one has been special and I’ve had everything from turtles, dogs, cats, birds, and a even my east. The relationship between human and animal is special. The loss of a pet is devastating, and many pet owners find the grief associated with the loss of a pet just as or even more challenging than the loss of human loved ones.
I lost one of my beloved dogs Lady in 1986 to cancer and I went into a deep depression. She was my only child as I had never had children. Many people did not get the level of hurt and pain I was feeling. I was even told by a medical doctor, “It was only a dog.” The insensitivity of people was overwhelming to me. I have always been able to communicate with animals and always mourned the loss of my pets, Lady’s death had been different because she had cancer and I chose to do chemotherapy and try to heal her. She had to be taken care of 24 hours a day and I could not leave her. She was unable to urinate and I had to drain a bag for her every few hours. Also I had to liquefy food and put it down her throat. I could not leave her for a minute and I stopped working to devote my time to her. That was one of the reasons her death was so hard on me because I took care of her nonstop for 4 months. Finally I knew there was nothing more to do and she had to be put to sleep. That was 32 years ago and it still affects me. I know her spirit lives on and we will meet again. But there’s certain things that happen that remind me of her. One in particular is I used to sing to her Foxy Lady by Jimi Hendrix. Years after her death that song came on the radio and I started crying uncontrollably. I’m sure many of you can relate to what I am saying. Each animal is precious and they have their unique little personalities.
For me the best reassurance is knowing that we will meet again in spirit. They’re just waiting for us.
Please take the time to watch my detailed video and I trust that it will give you emotional support. Please remember I am here if you need someone to talk to. Learn More About My Services Here
Yesterday I lost my baby cat of only 11 months. Eros suffered from a terrible disease before he passed away – I chose euthanasia. I can’t believe how short was his stay on Earth and I am deeply sad and depressed with his loss. My beloved baby boy will live forever in my heart. Thanks for your video.
Thank you for your post. it is very comforting to me. I just lost my wonderful cat my companion my friend my love of 14 years and I am devastated. I miss him so much and I can’t believe I won’t be seeing his beautiful little face his sweet eyes and hear his strong purr beside me. It makes me angry and sad to see the many people don’t understand how painful this is. I have lost my greatest friend and my lovely son how and why should I be ok? I am not. I do hope I will see him again someday and that I will feel his presence in spirit around me soon. Thank you.
Billie has yet again published an amazing video that will help anyone who has recently lost a beloved pet. Until you lose a pet that has always been part of the family you will not know how extremely painful this is. In her calm reassuring way, Billie has shown how we can cope. I recently lost my beloved cat Miggy and I can’t tell you how this video has helped me. For years Billie has been a lifeline to me in a variety of ways. To know that I can always find inspiration and help from this special lady is a joy to me.
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May 02, 2021
I would like to thank you for posting this important information, which has been so useful and uplifting. As a veteran, my dogs were close friends when I was in service. Later in retirement they became my closest companions for therapy. In service I saw death and sadness beyond anything you can imagine, and had many close calls with death myself. My dogs helped me through very hard times after I was diagnosed with chronic PTSD. After loosing one of my dogs to disease, I found myself grieving so badly- and I came to this site for guidance. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for posting this info, which I found incredibly helpful. RIP- Cinnamon, my Australian red heeler friend forever.