Hi, I have introduced myself here before I think, I honestly don'remember, I am having an awful time spelling because my eyes are blurred from crying so much, but I will do my best. I know this is a grief board, I have had enough experience at grief, way too much, so please let me recap. I lost my son jACON 9-28-03 TO 9-28-03. hE WAS SO perfext. perfect little noy. 10 little precious fingers and 10 perfect toes... Tehn all with in about 3 months my friend committed suicudr, and my dad died. I was a daddies girl. I have dealt with it, I have seen the light at that long end of the tunnel. Today I found my beloved Kitty baby dead on the side of the road. I loved him like my own children. I know it sounds silly, but it hurts the same.. I hate grief.. I hate the awful sick feeling I get. Maybe I should consider myself lucky, because my baby girl had my Karey cats babies, we still have a part of karey with us. I know that losing your child or family memner is very hard, and a pet is just a pet, but to some of us that's just not true. I loved him like I love my son, I will admit I would die for my child, but not my cat, tleast i don't think so. I guess I am blessed, I have a baby on my lap right now, so tiny and innocent, and cute/perfect/ I feel alittle bettr
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