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Pet Blogs United interview and giveaway

Please visit Pet Blogs United to read my interview on pet loss. Then, leave a comment below to enter a chance to win one of my books!

Happy Thanksgiving!

10 Responses to “Pet Blogs United interview and giveaway”

  1. Honey the Great Dane Says:

    Hi Laurel,

    I saw your wonderful interview on the PBU blog and thought I’d pop over to leave a comment (and enter your giveaway!) Your books are a great idea and I’m sure a great comfort to many pet owners.

    My husband & I got our very first dog & cat about 7 yrs ago – a Great Dane named Honey and a tortie kitten from the local rescue shelter named Lemon. They were the best of friends but sadly, we lost Lemon when she was only 5yrs old to a mystery illness while she was staying at the pet hotel when we were awy overseas. It was a horrible shock, particularly as she was so young and healthy and in a way, I feel that I still haven’t gotten over it.

    What I learnt was that everyone has different ways and schedules of grieving – a lot of people couldnt’ understand why we didn’t rush out and get another cat right away and although even now – 2yrs later – I feel that we SHOULD, that we can do a lot by giving another homeless kitten a home, I still don’t feel quite ready. My husband seems more ready than me – and funnily enough, Lemon was always more his cat whereas I was always more the dog person. But having wormed her way into my heart, Lemon isn’t relinquishing her place as Top Cat to any other feline in a hurry! :-)

    Anyway, I enjoyed your interview on PBU and I hope you might pop over to Honey’s blog too sometime.

    best wishes,
    Hsin-Yi (& Honey the Great Dane)

  2. The WriggleButts Says:

    Sounds like these books can be a great help during the loss of a pet.

  3. admin Says:

    Thanks! I will definitely visit your blog! I understand the struggle as to when you are ready to adopt again – it is a very individual decision. I have some friends who adopted two litter mates as kittens. Sixteen years later the cats died within a few months of each other, and Randy and John were just devastated. They began going to a pet loss support group at the shelter, and that led them eventually to fostering another pair of kittens, and you guessed it, adopting again. So fostering is always an option for that period when you are just not sure. I love your pet names, Honey and Lemon! thanks for visiting my blog.

  4. admin Says:

    I’m grateful that they seem to help many people. Pet loss is a lonely journey. The books invite you to browse and find the writings that speak to you. I found it comforting to know that so many others, both famous writers and unknown, had loved their dogs and cats so much that they wrote these beautiful tributes. It made me realize I wasn’t so alone. Thanks for visiting!

  5. Casper Bear Says:

    Hi Laurel!
    I have just read your interview on the PBU blog and am visiting to leave a comment and to enter your giveaway. Your books look absolutely wonderful and I am sure they are and will be a great comfort to many pet owners.
    I lost a great and wonderful cat, Connie in 1999, two Yorkies (My Babies)- Jinny in 2002 and Jodie in 2008. Most recently was my wonderful crossbreed dog Jasper in February this year. They were each a part of our family and their loss was very hard to bear. The animal poems and prayers are such a comfort to read and I look forward to reading your books.
    If you get a chance please visit my chocolate labrador – Caspers’ blog. We have a Rainbow Bridge page there in memory of our pets.
    Warmest Wishes
    Hillary Rose

  6. Joan DeMartin Says:

    It sounds like you’ve written a beautiful book. Thanks for your generosity -give-a-ways are a great way to get people invloved.
    What I learned fromreading your interview is to never forget to send a sympathy card with a brief handwritten note. I’ve kept the ones that I’ve received for decades.

  7. admin Says:

    Thanks for visiting and commenting! Yes, the cards mean so much. I think my favorite one has a quote from “The Little Prince”about looking up at the stars, as I like to think they have all gone to the Dog Star. I find that looking at a bright star in the sky is a way to reconnect with their spirit.

  8. admin Says:

    Thank you! I will definitely visit Casper’s blog. I know he brings much love and comfort to you.

  9. MaidInAustralia Says:

    Losing a pet is heartbreaking. The books sound like they would really help people who are struggling with the process. I have a friend who didn’t need counselling when her marriage broke-up, but when she lost the cat she’d owned longer than any pet (and longer than her relationship), she fell to pieces and had to seek help. Just an indication of what pets can play in our lives, they are family and losing a pet is losing a loved one. xo

  10. admin Says:

    Yes it is! Our animals are there for us during good times and bad. Thanks for visiting my blog!