Surprised Husband Gets A New Friend Instead Of An Old One
Grieving pet owners, met with the constant line, "it was only a pet," are set up to compare their feelings to those they may have had when a parent or grandparent died. And if that is not enough, they are then told to "go out and get another pet," or replace the loss. Our human responses to death are normal and natural. Since we have been taught to hide or mask our natural reactions to loss, we often feel that there is something wrong with us when we experience intense feelings. Death of a pet often produces incredibly powerful emotions. This man lost his pug after 11 years and was deeply depressed about his death. To make him feel better his relatives decided to give him another little puppy. And guess what? His reaction was really priceless!