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when it comes to grieving do all cats do it the same

Whether a cat dies, is lost or stolen, or must be placed in a new home, this is the place to gather together to give and receive love and support when you experience the loss of a beloved cat.

  
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Purred: Fri Jan 3, '14 6:40pm PST 
on December 18th 2013 our oldest dog had a really bad stroke in the house in front of 3 of our cats and to the point where she took her to the vet and she had to be put down. the past weeks i know they know shes gone they just sleep in the basement of the house. before all five of them plus the two dogs would sleep in the upper floor now that their friend is gone they avoid the bedroom where she used to sleep and her best buddie jd (other dog) he just mops around the house they dont eat like they used to or act the same how long do you think it will last.
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Purred: Fri Jan 3, '14 11:32pm PST 
Animals, like people, each have their own individual ways of grieving. Some take longer than others. So just try to comfort your cats and dog; stay with their regular routine as much as possible. Maybe play with them a little more to take their mind off their sadness.