In the April 15th issue of Time Magazine, there is a very interesting article about new evidence that animals can experience grief. The article goes on to even suggest that animals may hold wakes for their dead. The article cites examples of crows covering dead flockmates with grass and twigs as a tribute, and cats revisiting places where a deceased companion used to be found, followed by a distinct cry. The article gives other examples from different animals, including Bonobos, elephants, Baboons, dogs, and even rabbits. For those interested in animal grief, it was a very interesting article, and I recommend reading it!