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Lost Companions: Reflections on the Death of Pets

A heartfelt exploration of human grief after the loss of a pet by the New York Times bestselling author of Dogs Never Lie About Love.

Over 84 million Americans—almost 3/4 of the US population—own a pet, and our society is still learning how to recognize and dignify that relationship with proper mourning rituals. We have only recently allowed the conversation of how to grieve for our non-human family members to come front and center.

Lost Companions
 fills a specific, important demand, a massive need in the market for an accessible, meaningful book on pet loss. Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson takes a very personal, heartfelt approach to this difficult subject, allowing readers to explore their own responses and reactions, suggesting ways through and out of grief, as well as meaningful ways to memorialize our best friends.

Lost Companions
 is full of moving, thought-provoking and poignant stories about dogs, cats, horses, birds, wombats and other animals that beautifully illustrate the strong bond humans form with them.

Net Galley Book :

This book discusses feelings that occur after the death of companion animals, mostly pets. It is written in a style that makes you want to keep reading and, if you are a pet lover like me who recently lost a pet it will touch your heart.  It’s a book that I will glady share with friends and family that love and lost pets like us….. Lisa

Author:

Hello ! I am Lisa a Wife and Mom and Queen of Holidays. My blog is filled with fun family post. holiday recipes and travel around my sate. My family is my inspiration -so Enjoy!

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