What Do I Do?
Have you received news that your cat is going to die or has limited time left with you and your family? Do you want to give loving support to your beloved kitty and yourself through this special time together?
If so, this is the book for you.
My Cat is Dying: What Do I Do? is your emotional emergency first-aid kit that will support you with pet loss grief and pet hospice decisions. It is your handbook and journal to always keep with you, packed with useful information. My Cat is Dying: What Do I Do? will support you as a close friend to accompany you on the journey of pet loss grief with unconditional love.
Included are self-help journaling questions to help you with your pet loss grief. At the end of each chapter, you will find three Contemplation Questions, designed to help you proceed even more deeply on your grief journey to become an active participant when coping with your cat’s illness.
When you read and follow the tips in this book, you will feel like you have acquired a new best friend that totally gets rough pet loss grief alone.
Remember, you will never have to feel alone with your pet loss grief again!
I have learned more than I ever expected in just the first few chapters!This book brought me some much-needed clarity. I feel a new relationship with my boy who will forever be in my heart and his brother who is sitting on my phone right now as I try to …
An amazing book for anyone who knows they are about to lose an important member of their family, but I also highly recommend reading this book when your cat is healthy and playful. It may seem morbid, but that’s what I did. Ms. Van de Poll’s book put my mind …
I really enjoyed this book. My cat was 17 when he passed away. Later I still well up at the thought of him. My family would rationalise– their comments seem to make me feel worse. This book helped me recognise that I was stuck in one of the stages in …
Wendy Van de Poll is a pioneering leader in the field of pet loss grief support. Wendy is dedicated to providing a safe place for her clients to express their grief over the loss of their pets.
What makes Wendy successful with her clients is that she get’s grief! “Over the years I’ve dealt with my own grief and helping many families communicate and connect with their pets long after their loss. It’s what I’ve done since I was just 5 yrs old!”
She is compassionate and supportive to all who know her.