Pet Sympathy Quotes
Anyone who has lost a dear pet, whether it’s a dog, cat, bird, horse or fish I want to let you know that you have my deepest empathy. I know the sorrow and pain you are experiencing first hand. Losing our pet can be devastating and heartbreaking. Each person will handle this loss differently, which is why pet sympathy quotes was put together. It is here to help you express your feelings and cope with this tragic event. It is difficult to know what the proper etiquette is to do at this time. What do you do? What do you say to someone who has just lost his or her pet? How do you let them mourn?
Pet loss quotes and loss of pet quotes can be used along side pet sympathy quotes in a variety of manners. Some of the more creative uses have been with inscriptions for hand made personal gifts, memory books and sympathy cards. Writing of fond memories that you shared, a short personal note or a heartfelt message acknowledging the loss can go a long way. It can be daunting and difficult to write exactly what you are feeling in a card or memory book, but I have accumulated an extensive list of quotes, sayings and poems that will help with your sympathy message.
Our pets mean so much to us. I hope that these pet sympathy quotes help you and others know that you care for them and are thinking about them during these difficult sorrow filled times. Pet Sympathy Quotes are ideal for people who need to know that you are there for them and that you care.
Pet Sympathy Quotes
A person who has never owned a dog has missed a wonderful part of life. — Bob Barker
The heart of grief, its most difficult challenge, is not “letting go” of those who have died but instead making the transition from loving in presence to loving in separation. —
At one time a synod of the Catholic Church was held in which the question of whether or not animals had a soul was discussed very seriously: would good dogs go to paradise and bad ones, who stole slices of lamb, burn in hell eternally. The denial of the soul was voted: it is enough for the honor of the species that the question was posed. —
If there is a heaven, it’s certain our animals are to be there. Their lives become so interwoven with our own, it would take more than an archangel to detangle them. —
Grieve not, nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you. Twas heaven here with you, I loved you so. —
Many people have heard the remarkable example of devotion involving a Skye terrier dog who worked for a Scottish shepherd named Old Jock. In 1858, the day after Jock was buried (with almost nobody present to mourn him except his shaggy dog) in the churchyard at Greyfriars Abbey in Edinburgh, Bobby was found sleeping on his master’s grave, where he continue to sleep every night for fourteen years. —
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person. —
Time keeps no measure when true friends are parted, No record day by day; the sands move not for those who, loyal-hearted, friendship’s firm laws obey. —
When I play with my cat, who knows whether she is not amusing herself with me more than I with her. —
My grief lies all within, and these external manners of lament are merely shadows to the unseen grief that swells with silence in the tortured soul. —
Here Shock, the pride of all his kind, is laid, Who fawned like man, but ne’er like man betrayed. —
Death is the passing of life. And life is the stringing together of so many little passing’s. —
Unlike some people who have experienced the loss of an animal, I did not believe, even for a moment, that I would never get another. I did know full well that there were just too many animals out there in need of homes for me to take what I have always regarded as the self-indulgent road of saying the heartbreak of the loss of an animal was too much ever to want to go through with it again.To me, such an admission brought up the far more powerful admission that all the wonderful times you had with your animal were not worth the unhappiness at the end. — Cleveland Armory
Hope is the thing with feathers — that perches in the soul — and sings the tune without words — and never stops, at all. —
There is always something for which to be thankful. —
I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next. —
A true friend is the greatest of all blessings, and the one which we take the least thought to acquire. —
I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge, Myth is more potent than history, Dreams are more powerful than facts, Hope always triumphs over experience, Laughter is the cure for grief, Love is stronger than death. —
It is a fearful thing to love what death can touch. —
Nothing to be done really about animals. Anything you do looks foolish. The answer isn’t in us. It’s almost as if we’re put here on earth to show how silly they aren’t. —
If you have a dog, you will most likely outlive it; to get a dog is to open yourself to profound joy and, prospectively, to equally profound sadness. —
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened. —
There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats. —
All that is worth cherishing in this world begins in the heart not the head. —
You don’t look back a long time but down through it, like water. Sometimes this comes to the surface; sometimes that; sometimes nothing. —
Pet sympathy quotes.
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