What My Dying Cat Will Have Taught Me

  • Dying is a process and it should be
  • The kindest option is always care. Always choose it
  • To save the dying’s dignity, it is ok to temporarily sacrifice your own
  • One of the deepest acts of kindness is sitting in silence together
  • We don’t need to speak the same language to communicate
  • Knowing what I think about death and dying does not change the heartbreak, not should the thoughts change my feelings

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