This is my post for “Letter of Love” Day.
I had to make the difficult decision to euthanasia my 16 year old Teagan Monster a few years ago. It was so hard, but I found by using the Quality of Life (QOL) scale, it just made sense and removed the guilt I was feeling. She was arthritic, was suffering from Renal disease and it just wasn’t fair on her to keep her alive for my selfish reasons. She was given pain medication but I could see when I looked into her eyes that she had
Tonight I met my spirit animal! 🦄 This wonderful lady is a pioneer when it comes to grief, pet loss and bereavement.
Coleen Ellis, it was a pleasure to meet you.
Thank you to Lawnswood Pet Cremation & Cemetery for flying this amazing lady out all the way from Texas to share her knowledge and stories with a group of Aussie nurses and vets.
#honouringthejourney 🌹 #petlosssupport #griefandberevement #honouringthejourney #lawnswoodpetcremation #spiritanimal
🎶 Songs and music can be so powerful and meaningful. We pick special songs for weddings, funerals, and celebrations, sing along in the car (or the shower!) Music can take us back to a place and time, where people and animals that we love are remembered, and of course music can trigger all sorts of emotions. The song below was the first song I heard after my cat Teagan had died. Although it is not necessarily written about death, it meant so much to me at the time because “I