Is it weird that I miss my cat more than my dad?

It’s completely normal to have strong emotional bonds with pets, and it’s not unusual for people to feel a sense of loss when a pet dies or is no longer present in their lives. It’s also normal to grieve the loss of a parent or other loved one, and the intensity of your grief may vary depending on the relationship you had with that person and the circumstances of their death.

It’s important to remember that everyone experiences grief differently, and there is no “right” or “wrong” way to feel. It’s okay to have a range of emotions and to feel differently about different losses. It’s also okay to seek support if you are struggling to cope with grief or if you feel overwhelmed by your emotions. It may be helpful to talk to a mental health professional or to participate in a support group for people who are grieving.