The loss of my furry baby girl Sissy

On October 9th, 2013, I received the most horrifying phone call from my husband stating that our Morkie, Sissy was hit by a car and has died. It feels like a part of me has died. I am mad, I am sad and I can't control the outbursts of tears that run down my face daily. Sissy was a big part of our family and just turned three last month. Sissy was the most amazing dog, she showered all of us with kisses and unconditional love all day long. Sissy always wanted to be close, a true lap dog.
I lost my father six weeks ago and now lost my four legged baby girl. I truly feel like my world has fallen apart. I miss them dearly and pray that GOD can give me the strength to move forward.

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Oct 14, 2013
The loss of my furry baby girl Sissy
by: Doreen UK

I am sorry for your loss of your father six weeks ago and your dog who were both precious to you. When death comes our way and we lose loved ones and pets it is the worst day of our lives. It is like no other pain we can ever go through. It hurts us to our core. The only way I know when coping with grief is to take ONE DAY AT A TIME! this is how I got through my loss of my husband 17 months ago from cancer. Your loss will hurt you for weeks into months, but each day you will be healing from grief. It is a very slow process. I nurtured myself back from grief by taking time out and only doing what I was able to do. I cried a lot and read grief books and slowly healing was taking place. But the initial days of loss are the worst. I lost my motivation to do anything. Days I couldn't get off the couch. It took me 6 months to start to feel a little better and some recovery from grief. But these past 2 weeks I have felt my grief more. I feel the loneliness much harder to cope with despite having a FOCUS on other things. I guess this is the nature of grief and a slow battle to get back into some normality.
Give yourself time to grieve and perhaps find another dog and continue this cycle of Love. Each dog has its own loving personality and it hurts when we lose a beloved pet. I cry all the time when I see a pet suffer or hurt. My heart breaks. Keep a journal and write out all your feelings about your beloved dog even telling her how much you miss her and what her death has done to you. This is also a very therapeutic way of healing from grief. There is recovery from grief but it takes time. Hold onto HOPE. Life will get better again in time.

Oct 14, 2013
Beautiful Sissy
by: Diane

I'm so very sorry you have to suffer through this anguish, I too lost my furbaby this way and can sympathise with your anger and your sorrow. Time is the only thing that helps, please keep busy and try to share your sorrow with others. It hurts so much because we loved so much, they become a big part of our lives. Bless you for loving so much, I'll pray for you and Sissy. RIP beautiful Sissy, the Rainbow Bridge gained another beautiful angel.

Oct 14, 2013
furry baby girl
by: Anonymous

I am truly sorry you lost your beloved Sissy. I understand how you feel because i recently lost one of our pets. They really are like family and often act like little children, which is why i feel they deserve all the love we can give them. It is indeed heartbreaking to lose them. Like you said, they give so much in return.

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