The Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day is commemorated on August 28 of every year. It is a day for your beloved pet that left you alone. Of course, they had been your part of the family, and their loss cannot be ignored. Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day is to remember the pet companions you had lost. Take some time and honor their memories on this special day.

“Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” – Anatole France

History of Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Deborah Barnes, author and blogger of Zee & Zoey’s Cat Chronicles founded the Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day in tribute to her Ragdoll cat, Mr. Jazz, to who she had to say goodbye to on August 28, 2013. She shared the experience of letting him go in her book, Purr Prints of the Heart – A Cat’s Tale of Life, Death, and Beyond. As the reaction from her readers was so overwhelming, she decided to create the Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day as a way for others across the world to share memories of the pets they had loved and lost. Whether a pet with fur, fin, feathers, scales, or something else – one pet or many – the day is meant to honor the pet in any way that feels most comfortable to the pet guardian. People can use social media sites to honor the day by posting a picture, writing poetry, sharing their favorite memory, uploading a video, writing a particular blog post, or other methods like creating a unique outdoor memorial.

Other Celebrations on August 28

August 28 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate the Day

You can commemorate the Rainbows Bridge Remembrance Day in many ways. Try bringing up all your good memories with your pet and honor them even if they are not around you. Look at the picture of your pet, and you can even keep it in your home as you will never feel their absence. Use the hashtag #RainbowBridgeRemembranceDay to share on social media.

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