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Pet Loss Resources
Keeping a strong connection can promote healing.
Explore Rev. Kaleel’s supportive series on working through the difficult experience of losing a beloved pet.
The grief that comes when seniors lose a pet to death, or due to the inability to continue to care for it.
How is grieving especially different or more challenging should you lose a pet during this time of quarantine?
Prose by Rev. K pondering questions about what happens to our pets after they die.
Fun tips and tricks on understanding your pet and strengthening your relationship with them.
When you’ve lost a pet, the holidays can be a difficult time. Here’s how to work through your grief and enjoy the season to the best of your ability.
Browse past Animal Talks e-newsletters containing a variety of news and informative topics.
Photo © Judith Robichard, The Boston Globe
A review of the amazing book Animal Wisdom (or, just how do animals travel long distances to get back home?), by Dr. Linda Bender.
A discussion on the benefits and risks of caring for pets as we age.
Teach your children and yourself about the power of grief to heal.
Grieving the Animals We Love, and How We Help
An editorial on the relationship between animal cruelty and infectious diseases.
Although many of us use these terms interchangeably, Kaleel sees a difference and discusses why.
Drop in on a Q & A session with Kaleel and a reporter from Animal Forum on issues facing pet lovers in the time of coronavirus.
This book reflects the path from hurt of losing your animal companion to healing. It offers words of comfort during a painful time through poetry and guidance.
A review of and short audio clip from PAX, by Sara Pennypacker
Discover how animal communication and contact can enhance your life, your relationships, and unlock the vast potential for happiness we hold.
A short poem by Rev. K