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How to Talk to Children About Losing a Pet

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For the past decade, Bruce Wayne has been a fixture in my household. My now ex-husband and I adopted the cat as a companion for our other cat, Sylvia, but he ultimately became so much more than that to our entire household, especially our youngest daughter.

Shortly after we adopted Bruce, we noticed that he had some mobility issues. We eventually learned that Bruce has a condition called cerebellar hypoplasia, a condition that is essentially the feline version of cerebral palsy (which our aforementioned daughter has).

Needless to say, Bruce and my daughter have been inseparable for most of her life. Unfortunately, Bruce’s health has severely declined in recent weeks, to the point that our veterinarian has said there’s not much more we can do for him.

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