Your Pets And Death

Many people want to know what happens to our pets when they die.

The spirits of our pets often stay with us after their ‘physical’ death in order to provide us with the same companionship and love as they did when alive.  We are often not able to consciously perceive the presence of our passed-over pet -  but on a soul level we intuitively know when our cat, dog, bird etc are around us.  So what happens to our pets when they die?

Animals are alive and well on the ‘Other Side’.  All the animals that exist on earth, exist on ‘The Other Side’ The animals on the ‘Other Side’ include every pet we have had in this and all of our past lives.

We can often recall the smell or softness of our pet’s fur, and/or its distinctive sound or personality.  After the death of a pet many people are convinced that they are able to see, hear or sense their pet’s presence, even if only for a moment or two.

So what happens to our pets when they die and where do they go?
They can be in between bodies (or incarnations), hanging out in their favourite spot in the garden or under a tree or even lazing in their favourite chair.  They can even have new bodies and a new life.  They could be your next door neighbour’s new kitten or a newborn lion in Africa, or they could even be the new puppy or kitten you introduce into the family home.  They may even be languishing in ‘heaven’, waiting for their owner’s arrival on the ‘Other Side’ or at the ‘Rainbow Bridge’.

The concept of the ‘Rainbow Bridge’ is a way of expressing the everlasting bond of love between pets and humans.  When curious as to what happens to our pets when they die, listen to your own intuition, coming from a place of love.
Through research, intuition and personal experience, we are able to know what happens to our pets when they die.

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Comments

  1. JeffTitelius says:

    Farewell Onyx.He crossed Rainbow Bridge;his body's as playful as his mind.Keep family & special friend Angel in thoughts.I shall miss Onyx.

  2. Cindy says:

    I’ve just lost my baby girl of 14 years. Sassy was her name. That baby and I were joined at the hip since the day I adopted her. She was 10 weeks old. I chose her out of all the other pets in the Pet Store where I live. I sensed something special about her from the first look. Over the 14 years I was blessed to have her, she gave me so much love, happiness and so much comfort. She was everything to me. I never left her anywhere. If I went on vacations, she was right there by me in my car. Needless to say, I’m in a world of sadness and deep depression. I just need to know she is still with me…even in spirit form. Can anyone give me some hope and reassurance that she’s right here next to me? Is there anything I can do to get her to show herself…even for a second, or get her to bark, close a door or do anything? I need her with me. I don’t know how I’ll continue to go on with this heart gripping sadness I’m feeling. I need help. PLEASE.

  3. Kelly says:

    I just lost my cat Dodger, he was 18 yrs old. I know he is on this side of rainbow bridge running in the field’s with all the other animals no longer in pain. He was such a friendly timid cat, soft as could be, I can still remember the good times watching Munch and him playing curled up together or Dodger simply following me around.
    I hope Munch will be fine now as he is missing his brother and he is in his 21st year.

    As for myself I am taking it hard anything is setting me off at this point do to the circumstances of me having to have Dodger euthanized the vet thought it was heart failure or a tumor, not sure as I didn’t have the funds to have x-rays etc done at the end he had emaciated and was having severe breathing problems which all occurred in 3 weeks.

    I just hope I didn’t have him put down for some simple thing like asthma that was curable.

    I am feeling rotten this grief is almost unbearable but will get over it somehow whether it takes months or years.

    • joyce says:

      you done the right thing he probably had heart trouble. that happened to my cat a few months ago. he went to heaven so don’t worry. he is in no pain just happy…

  4. Cindy says:

    I just lost my best friend Precious yesterday and I am feeling such deep intense sadness its unbearable. I can still hear her snort and see her looking up at me. I miss her soo much. I got her or should I say she got me from day one and we were joined at the hip. She was my touchstone, my best friend, my counselor you name it all rolled up in one amazing tiny little body. She was tiny but had the biggest heart of anyone person or animal I know. Im not sure how its gonna be without her I am having trouble imaging a world without her in it.

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