- Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
- New England Pet Hospice
- Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine
- Michigan State University Pet Loss Hotline
- Cornell University Pet Loss Hotline
- Argus Institute
- Pet Loss Grief Website
An additional insightful article by Ruth Charney, from a local newspaper during this time of COVID's altered reality:
‘So why mourn one teeny tiny beautiful cat, right?’
By RUTH CHARNEY
It’s stupid to love a cat, right?
I ask because I am cat heartsick. And this is no time to be cat heartsick. No time to mourn a 10-pound rascally beastie. There are heftier things out there to mourn — our big messy world in the throes of righteous outrage and pandemic.
Which must be why I dropped a new bottle of olive oil on the tile floor, and as it shattered, demanded back my cat.
Which is why I forgot there was a window open as I entered the car wash, inviting torrents to soak down the passenger seat.
Which is why........"
Link to full article click here
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