When a beloved cat passes away, your house and heart may seem a little empty. Grief looks and feels different for each person, and there is no wrong way to grieve. Ordained animal chaplain Kaleel Sakakeeny describes grieving as an active process, and his work is about supporting cat guardians “moving from grief to mourning.” Though the terms are often used interchangeably, Kaleel explains that “grief is for us an internal process and response to loss, and mourning is when we…

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