I lost my dad to covid-19 on Thursday. Mango hasn’t left my side since.

I Lost My Dad To Covid-19 On Thursday. Mango Hasn'T Left My Side Since. -

I lost my dad to covid-19 on Thursday. Mango hasn’t left my side since.


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  1. I’m so very sorry for your loss. I lost my dad last year and now the woman who’s like a mom to me is dying from COVID. My cat can definitely tell that it’s happening again and won’t leave my side.

    She’s been bringing her food so she eats next to me too. Cats will be your saving grace at this time. They’re a special kind of guidance. So much love to you.

  2. I’m sorry for your loss. There’s actually a lovely book about a girl who looses her grandfather and her cat mango and her bond. It’s called a Mango Shaped Space.

    Sending you kind thoughts

  3. I’m very sorry for your loss.

    Loss is a fickle thing. Especially when things happen so quickly its such a whirl wind.

    Take your time and as people have said grieve your own way. It takes time to process what has happened over the last couple of weeks.

    The thing we dont often talk about grief is its not that it ever leaves us. It becomes part of who we are and although time does heal our raw wounds. There will come a time when you will laugh again. You will smile again you will feel again. That I can give you my word on.

    Thoughts are with you during this hard time and I am so glad you have a friend without judgment by your side. Animals are such beautiful creatures.

  4. Cats can sense when you’re sad. I was terribly frustrated over sleep problems one night and my cat wouldn’t stop following me around. He likes to sit on my bed and let me pet him, then leave when he thinks I’m asleep.

  5. I’m so sorry for your loss. Losing a father suddenly alters the course of your life for good, and it sucks. I lost my father a little over 4 years ago to a sudden heart attack. Grieve however you need to and for however long you need to, an having a cat by your side is probably some of the best pain relief. In my experience, grief if not a linear path, I went back and fourth between the stages for a long time, so cut yourself slack if that happens, you deserve it.

  6. Bless your fam bam and fur babies, loss is a tough emotion to process, I still lose it from time to time. I miss him so, but I forge forward for happiness and they right there in the way I talk my thinking, phases that come out of my mouth. Love you.

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. When my husband passed away, our cat became my constant companion and comforter. She had always been close to my hubby, but that day she became my cat. They do know our feelings and share in our losses.

  8. Sorry to hear about your loss. Remember, however you grieve is the RIGHT way, don’t second guess yourself or what other people say. We all do it differently, and the right way for you is however you do it!

    I lost my father in law in September and I heard a lot of folks questioning things like “I should cry more” or “I don’t feel like I am grieving right”. Be you and grieve how YOU need to!



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