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My precious kitty was killed by a car a few days ago. He is being cremated so that I can keep him with me but I wonder if there is a crystal that I can put in with his ashes to allow him some peace in his next life. I know that Rose Quartz would help but what else could help remove the negative energy connected to the violent way he died. I would also like to know what would help me in alleviating the guilt from not protecting him better.
I am so very sorry to hear about your loss and I am sending you some positive and healing energy. I am a cat lover and owner myself and I am so sorry that you are dealing with this heartbreaking situation but you must not blame yourself. Snowflake Obsidian will help you release your misplaced guilt - and I know that it is misplaced because I am sure that you did everything possible to protect your friend and companion.
It was someone else's careless actions that caused this - not yours - and you should not be carrying that guilt along with your loss.
I like the Rose Quartz but I am also feeling something lively like an Orange Calcite would be a lovely companion for your friend.
Orange Calcite carries the best joy and energy of life like playfulness and that feels right for this situation. It also has light and warmth to it and your cat will love that!
I will be thinking of you and I hope that you will let me know if there is anything else that I can do to help.
Thank you again for reaching out to us and for your support of Healing Crystals.com. I hope that I have been able to answer your question and that you will feel free to let us know if you need any further information.
Wishing you lots of Love and Light!
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