Long before you had a relationship, wedding and kids, you might've brought a cat into your life for companionship. Needless to say, it can be challenging to deal with the grief that comes when your pet moves on to the great beyond. However, there are a few ways you can ease your mind and rest assured that your cat is at peace.
HelpGuide noted that feeling sad, confused or lonely is completely acceptable during this time. Often, pets are treated like members of the family, meaning these emotions are to be expected when they move on. Allow yourself to feel all of these emotions during the grieving process.
Once you acknowledge and recognize that your pet is no longer with you, you can begin to take steps to memorialize him or her. Perhaps you want to bury your pet in a beautiful grave in your backyard, or have a portrait of your pet hung in your living room. Everyone mourns differently, and the same can be said about finding ways to remember a cat or dog.
If you're interested in finding out how your pet is doing on the other side, consider contacting our psychic line. Our phone psychics might be able to put you in touch with your pet, giving you some much needed peace of mind.