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originally posted by: chelsdh
They leave a void when they pass. One that will not be filled, even with other fur babies!
According to many near-death sources, animals have souls and go to heaven just as human beings do. Within this section of the site, you can read the testimonies of people who had an NDE and were reunited with their deceased pets. These testimonies describe animals as having a heaven of their own of which humans are allowed to visit. According to NDE researcher and experiencer P.M.H. Atwater, "Both adults and children occasionally report being greeted on the Other Side by animals, especially if favored pets have previously died. Communication with our deceased pets on the Other Side is by means of mental telepathy.
Near-Death Experiences with Deceased Pets
I forgot to mention that I had seen all the pets I had as a child in heaven. Dogs and even parakeets whom I really loved. They had a caretaker - a man who took care of all the animals. So if anyone ever asks me if animals survive death, I have to say, "Yes!"
Susan's Near-Death Experience
Maggi was there. My beautiful dog, my beloved springer, came to me. She had died less than a month before, and John and I still ached from her absence. I felt her presence, her love, and she appeared to me as she had when she was in physical form - only younger, more vital.
If you are having difficulty accepting the idea that my first encounter on the other side was with a dog, you aren't the only one. While John thought it perfectly natural, one of our daughters became a little, upset when I told her about it. I think she would have preferred that her mother be greeted by Jesus, an angel, or at least by a family member. ...whoever is responsible for setting up the Welcome Wagon over there certainly knew what a delightful experience it would be for me to be greeted by her.
Jan Price's Near-Death Experience with Her Pet Dog
Robert and Kathy Simmons' dog, Hobbes, passed away while their son was at university. When he returned home and was told his pet had died, Moe replied: 'That’s impossible. He was just here and I patted him.'
'There was one woman who told me that at times she could feel her cat sitting on her lap purring, even though the cat had passed away.'
Animals and the afterlife: The dead pets who get in touch with their owners
"I remember once seeing a beautiful little girl enter heaven, the very first to come of a large and affectionate family. I afterward learned that the sorrowful cry of her mother was, 'Oh, if only we had someone there to meet her, to care for her!'
She came, lovingly nestled in the Master's own arms, and a little later, as he sat, still caressing and talking to her, a remarkably fine Angora kitten, of which the child had been very fond, and which had sickened and died some weeks before, to her great sorrow, came running across the grass and sprang directly into her arms, where it lay contentedly. Such a glad cry as she recognized her little favorite, such a hugging and kissing as that kitten received, made joy even in heaven!
originally posted by: Irishhaf
a reply to: intrptr
that's part of my trouble today, I don't know where to go in Germany, all the vet offices are closed today, and his vet was on a military base about 2 hours away. Everybody is closed till Monday, for now I have him wrapped up in his blanket inside some plastic on ice in a cooler.
If we were home I would not hesitate to bury him in the back yard, but as stupid as it sounds I don't like the idea of burying him in another country far from his family.
originally posted by: Irishhaf
a reply to: LightSpeedDriver
No Germany is fine, its him being so far away from me when I move home.
I am aware intelectually that what made him him is no longer there, just more than a bit emotionial at the moment and I still want to keep him close.