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Had My Dog Come Back as a Squirrel?
By Carrie Friedman
My beloved beagle died, but he still seemed to inhabit our yard.
Paying Tribute to My Peeps
By Karen Iris Tucker
My 13-pound Bichon Frisé was my best friend, my loyal companion and my professional buoy. So why isn't there a blueprint for mourning a pet who loved me as much as any human did?
My ‘Recovery Cat’ Would Never Recover
By Carla Zanoni
When Kali died, she took with her 16 years of secrets.
Stilled and Beating Hearts
By Courtney Maum
Pregnant with our first child, I felt my baby's kicks grow stronger as our beloved feline's heart slowly failed.
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Some Modern Loss-approved essays, articles, radio shows and multimedia features taking on loss and grief of all kinds.
By Lisa Kenner Grissom
Losing a pet is a peculiar experience. Animal lovers get it, but others don't. They ask when you're getting a new one. Like you’re replacing a broken toy.
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