reading the tributes for a while, I encourage you to write one
for yourself. These tributes can really help ease the pain of
losing a beloved pet. This website has been online since October 2001 and will be online for many more years to come. Griefonline
came into existence out of my husband's intense pain over losing
his beloved little Molly. I found a similar 'tribute website'
online and it only took reading a couple of them before I wrote
one for him and sent it
in. When it finally got posted, he printed that page and carried it
around in his pocket and showed it to everyone...and cried with
everyone he showed it to. I am a website developer, artist,
animal lover, and loving wife. You can guess the rest. This website is for him...and Molly.
If someone close to you has lost a pet, I encourage you and
others to write a tribute for the pet...but mostly for the bereaved
owners...and let them know that there is a tribute posted in
their honor. It helps them openly share their sadness.
Some people who never share their feelings about anything can
open up and share their deep sadness over losing a pet.
This will mean more to them than you'll ever know. Go look at
Molly (the longhair dachshund Molly) You'll see that many,
many people reached out to Bobby. It helped him get through his
grief more than you'll ever know. And he was grief-stricken.
~ Note...it is now the year 2013. Molly passed away TWELVE YEARS ago! My husband still cant talk about her because it's just too painful.
Bobby & Molly
Your pet is waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. Read the inspirational