Nanday Conure Forum
Message #7543. This is a followup to #7540.
|Date:||Thursday March 3, 2011 5:46:42 pm MST|
|Subject:||To Susan (Phineas)|
|Message:||Susan, I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved Phineas. To lose a beloved bird can leave a huge gaping hole in one's heart. We had one macaw who passed away. After Peanut died we eventually started to bring in other birds, but we never could replace our beloved Peanut (Severe macaw).
If you want to recount fond memories or share pics of him, I'm sure many of us here would like to be here for you.
Some things that helped me during my grieving periods from pets that I've lost was that website (http://www.petloss.com/ ) and that on Mondays at 10pm EST those who were grieving their lost pets would light a candle and reflect about their pets as they looked into the flame. It may sound weird, but I did participate in that and it did make me feel less alone knowing that somewhere there were others who lost their loved ones who were doing the same thing that I was. It was very healing for me.
> My 25 year old Nanday Conure just passed this morning. Phineas the
> Philosopher was a handsome bird. Enjoy your feathered
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