When it’s your pet’s time to go, your pet sitter is grieving right along with you. Let us help you. It’s our function and our calling.
Even if your pet has been enduring a long illness, nobody is truly prepared for death. Here’s our best advice for what to do when your pet dies.
Many people claim to have seen dogs’ spirits after their death, and science may help us explain these occurrences. Here’s what we know.
Wondering what happens to cats when you die? Here’s why the idea of writing your cats into your will isn’t as crazy as you’d think.
Some U.S. states don’t allow the practice, but many animal lovers have found a way around these rules.
A team of people can help you make your pet more comfortable at the end of her life.
Allowing your surviving pets to “say goodbye” might help them — and you — adjust to household changes after a pet’s death.
Does the idea of a Rainbow Bridge for deceased pets comfort you? Two writers offer arguments for and against it. And we want to hear your thoughts, too.
Going out and getting another cat after the death of your previous one is not something everyone can do, but there are advantages to moving forward.
In this article, we explain what an animal communicator does, and when it might be appropriate for you to contact an animal communicator about your pet.