— I know now that cats mourn the loss of their special humans, as much if not more than we do.
— Just like people, cats must process grief after losing an animal or human friend. Here's how to help.
— I imagine the reception that Dad received in Heaven was filled with barks and purrs, whinnies and moos, and even some chirps and screeches.
— A post on the famous cat's Facebook page reports the fierce feline passed away in the night, and it's a sad day for Catster and cat-lovers.
— After the loss of a cat, help your child move through the grieving and healing process.
— Giving a cat we called "Grimy" a dignified end illustrates not only the staggering number of feral cats but also the callous attitude that prevails.
— How have your cats acted when one of the pack crosses the Bridge? In my case, they've helped smooth out the change.
— Duke has had feline leukemia since birth, but he's now living the rest of his days in peace and happiness.
— She had beautiful striped legs and icy blue eyes, but her inner spirit and sweetness exceeded that.
— We hate to think about it, but planning can reduce stress for you and your cats and all involved.
— My story doesn't have a happy ending, but I want to share it so others will know help is available.
— The victory is a tribute to this superaffectionate cat with a knack for eating, who crossed the Rainbow Bridge in October.
— It's not fun to think about the Rainbow Bridge, but these might bring peace and beauty to your mourning process.
— For some people, preserving their cats fills the hole left in their hearts. What do you think?
— When one of my beloved cats died, the others rallied around to keep me happy.
— "We knew the final gift we had to give Jazz was finding the grace, beauty, and dignity of letting him go."
— A glance at my beloved cats' ash urns and collars brings back the pain of Dahlia’s death. I wonder if my heart will fully heal.
— Success in rescue is not measured by how much they end up loving you, but by the fact that you stood by them when others would or could not.
— The kitten gained fame wearing a crocheted mushroom while recovering from a crow attack.
— Take a moment to remember this remarkable cat, who met his owners on the train platform every day.
— I want to remember the amazing cat you are, were, and will always be. I want to keep you present in my heart. So I'm writing this letter.
— I suspected neglect, but I never had hard proof. Could I have done more? If so, what?
— The longhaired cat was a part of our family. The call saying it was time for her to go came too soon.
— I don't remember burying deceased pets when I was a kid, but I think some sort of closure is healing and honors the life of the animal.
— Seamless WAS out of bounds, but a closer look shows that the Gawker writer whose cat died wasn't perfect either.
— Tubby and Linus were inseparable since birth. When Tubby was gone, it took something extraordinary to bring Linus back to his old self.
— As you near the end of your life, here are some things to take with you from our time together.
— “Most people want the cat to look like it’s sleeping,” the taxidermist says. “We do everything right here in the shop, including the posing. Except we have to outsource the glass eyes.”
— I won't put a cat down if it's only as a convenience to the owner, but there's often no other choice.
— It's never easy letting go. These are things I've learned by paying attention to the grief process.