Ugur wrote this on his facebook page and I just really liked it. It is all so true. It says so much, especially, to those that think a pet is so replaceable.
loss of somebody is just a hard feeling to deal with. you cry for the loss of your father, you cry for the loss of your mother, brother, sister, daugther, son, any kin, and sometimes for your best friend and their loss. You even sometimes cry for somebody whom you see on TV or in a movie, just for the humane reasons. but have you ever felt the love of a pet, have you ever had a dog, cat or any other domestic animal. have you ever felt like they were your furry children. have you ever had to deal with the loss of them. if you have not, you would never know what it feels like. it feels nothing different from the loss of the other ones above. have you ever had a dog or a cat that loved you for no reason, just to love no matter what. We have been trying to deal with our furry child Dexter's death for about 3 weeks now and just like it was not enough, we have to deal with Taylor's death now. He was such a good cat, and we never knew that it was coming. He was only 2 years old and he had a lot more years to live. But as always, death does not ask to come whether you are ready or not. he was not asked, and we were not asked. Death is just something like that. You never know when its coming, and when it comes, it has no mercy. We love you Taylor and always will.
Taylor - R.I.P. December 29, 2007 - February 2, 2010