Animal professionals say family pets often process loss in a way just like humans. In a current newsletter published by the Funeral service Customer Alliance of Maine, researcher Jessica Pierce says a growing body of research study into ‘animal thanatology’ recommends common animals such as pets and cats appear to show humans lots of behavioralreactions to death, such as grieving and routines of goodbye, NBC affiliate WCSH reports.”When among them passes away and another one is left they typically, people will report, the one left behind will not eat as much or will simply seem depressed, or will walk the home searching for their good friend,” Pierce says.

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