I know a lot of that is because it's so fresh. .but she's the first thing I look for when I get up, and we just got back from dinner out (to try and cheer me/us up), and the first thing I did walking thru the door was to break down in tears, since she's not here to greet us all wagging tail and "woo-ing" when we came in.
Sorry to hear about the loss, Bert. I had the 1st anniversary of the passing of our second fur-baby just recently, and it still feels like yesterday (to me), that he went on to Rainbow Bridge to wait to eventually meet with the rest of us.
My thoughts are with you during this time, don't be at all taken up by feeling sad. Take as long as you need, I have a third fur-baby now, it eases the pain but I always remember the other two. They're gone, but never forgotten.
Been there. I had a golden retriever that we had to put down after the cancer got the best of her. It's never fun, but in certain circumstances, it can be for the best. Sounds like you did the right thing. That will be little comfort now. You'll grieve for a while, and that's good. Eventually you'll just remember the good times. It sucks. It will suck for a while. But you do move on. It does get better from here.
It's been six years, since we lost our previous cat, Camille. And the memories remain intact. The loss is still felt. But we aren't as hard on ourselves like we were before, after just losing her. We now know it was for the best. For Camille, especially. And the memories are still great ones of her.
In the mean time, Bert, keep on keepin' on, with Roxxi in your hearts and memories.
What I title "She and me". Camille was a wonderful cat.
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