Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day | August 28
Mon Aug 28th

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

On August 28th, Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day sets aside a day to honor the pet companions we've lost.


The death of a pet, whether furry, feathered, or an unusual variety is felt deeply. They have become a family and a familiar part of our lives. Everyone's death is different, and the observance helps ease the pain of loss.

The agony of loss is real. We remember the companionship and support they gave to us as each individual travels through their grief. Don't forget that part of the friendship included medical services provided by you. The empty space left by the loss of a beloved pet is often a difficult void to crack.

Celebrate the home you built and the joy your beloved pet brought you in return. If you're ready, you'll know the time has come to find a new 'critter' to replace the emptiness felt. Many animals are yet to find a home. You will be their new home in time.

How to celebrate rainbow bridge remembrance day on remembrance day?

Enjoy memories of your pet. Photographs taken from magazines. If you're feeling up for it, consider a trip to an animal shelter if you're up for it. Volunteering time can aid in the transition. To post on social media, use the hashtag #RainbowBridgeRemembranceDay.

History of the rainbow bridge remembrance day has a rich past

In honor of her cat, Mr. Jazz, Deborah Barnes founded Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day. Cats are fascinating and lovable, little friends to have around the house. When they leave us, we miss them. It's the same as any other dog, honestly.

Rainbow bridge FAQ

Q. Who wrote the poem "The Rainbow Bridge"?

A. Several writers claim to be the author of the poem.

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A. National Find A Rainbow Day is April 3. A. National Find A Rainbow Day is April 3.