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This might soud silly

I lost a loved and well knowed hamster I had jacub for a while and he become unwell I noticed he was very cold and wasnt right at all. He past away 2 days ago

Iam so closed to him since I brought him when he was a baby from a pet shop (pets at home ) iam lost with out him I cont cope anymore not eating or drinking since he died. I spoil him and was always with me when I travel to my dad not very often. I cont stop crying at all I dont want to be like this :*( I said I dont want another hamster at the moment

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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    *Heather* wrote: »
    This might soud silly

    I lost a loved and well knowed hamster I had jacub for a while and he become unwell I noticed he was very cold and wasnt right at all. He past away 2 days ago

    Iam so closed to him since I brought him when he was a baby from a pet shop (pets at home ) iam lost with out him I cont cope anymore not eating or drinking since he died. I spoil him and was always with me when I travel to my dad not very often. I cont stop crying at all I dont want to be like this :*( I said I dont want another hamster at the moment

    This sounds like it's really affected you and it doesn't sound silly at all

    Pets become part of the family. I know that when I was living with my mum, my dog was my best friend! She's still alive but I don't see her anymore because I don't see my mum

    Sending you big cuddled *hug*

    Sent by Sony Xperia
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Oh Heather, I'm sorry. It's not silly at all, pets can be as close as a friend or family member. I'd be heartbroken if my cat died.

    However, you do need to eat and drink, otherwise you will not be in a good enough state to be able to deal with his death. Look after yourself. Have you had a funeral for him?

    xx
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    grace wrote: »
    Oh Heather, I'm sorry. It's not silly at all, pets can be as close as a friend or family member. I'd be heartbroken if my cat died.

    However, you do need to eat and drink, otherwise you will not be in a good enough state to be able to deal with his death. Look after yourself. Have you had a funeral for him?

    xx

    Yes I berred him that morning he die earley that moring my mum brought him a plant
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    BeckiBoo wrote: »
    This sounds like it's really affected you and it doesn't sound silly at all

    Pets become part of the family. I know that when I was living with my mum, my dog was my best friend! She's still alive but I don't see her anymore because I don't see my mum

    Sending you big cuddled *hug*

    Sent by Sony Xperia

    Thanks iam gettin there slowly :) taking time I got my mum pets to entertain but it wont not remember jacub too
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Heather

    I'm sorry I said those things. I was a stupid idiot.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    SpinTires wrote: »
    Heather

    I'm sorry I said those things. I was a stupid idiot.

    Its ok :)
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Hi Heather *hug*

    It’s not silly at all!

    Pets become a part of the family so it’s always hard when they die - we usually have all the same feelings we would if it were a bereavement of a family member.

    Although it may sound like a cliché - with time it will get easier.

    You say you can’t eat or drink – this is normal but its important for your health that you have something in your system to keep you going.

    Why not just try something small.

    Hope this helps.
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