Pet Loss Support -- Remembering Your Pet on Memorial Day
If we ever met a Magic Genie one wish, among many, would be to grant our pets a longer life span. Way, way too short. But...we can remember.
There are as many different ways to commemorate a much-loved pet as there are people. For the pet's resting place or in the garden or back yard:
A beautiful photo display that also holds precious keepsakes:
If you or someone you care about is coping with the loss of a pet, a good resource on the web is Pet Loss Support.
For book lovers, this poignant paperback Grieving the Death of a Pet should help the healing process.
Start reading Grieving the Death of a Pet in under a minute with the Kindle edition, using the portable wireless reading device. Don't have one? Information about the wireless reader Kindle is one click away.
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Posted by Super Cool Pets Staff at May 26, 2008 6:29 AM
I love the idea of the stones. I think I might have to get one of those for my garden. I'm also really glad you mentioned books. I haven't read the one that you mentioned, but another really good book on dealing with the death of a pet is Tatianna: Tales and Teachings of My Feline Friend by Linda Mohr. A friend of mine received it as a sympathy gift when her cat died, and said it was the best gift she could have received at the time.