What Are Some Poems About Losing a Pet?

What Are Some Poems About Losing a Pet?

Some Poems about losing a pet of any kind are "Your Pets in Heaven," written by Ken D. Conover and "Rainbow Bridge," written by an unknown author. A poem specifically about the loss of a furry pet is Jenine Stanley's "You Were Here."

Famous English writer Rudyard Kipling's poems "The Power of the Dog" and "Dinah in Heaven" are both about the loss of a dog. Other poems about the loss of a dog include Karen Clouston's "From Friend to Friend," Jan Cooper's "Heaven's Doggy-Door" and Dan Atcheson's "Do Dogs Go to Heaven?"

A poem about losing a cat is Constance Jenkin's "Weep Not for Me: In Memory of a Beloved Cat." The anonymous poem called "Poem for Cats" is also about losing a cat.