posted on Oct, 22 2006 @ 11:17 PM
I definitely believe our pets go to Heaven, and that we meet them there when our time comes, as well.
I've been told that the place our pets go to is called "The Rainbow Bridge." At the Rainbow Bridge, all of the pain and suffering that they may
have experienced in their life is gone. There are endless fields for them to run and play in. Plenty of fresh water, never-ending piles of treats
and dog biscuits, and all the toys and friends a dog could hope for. Everyday they look over the horizon in anticipation of their human friend's
Of course, all of that was obviously made up by someone as it wasn't in the Bible or anything. But I like to believe that its true. Because I
believe that Heaven for humans is whatever we want it to be. When we get there, all of our dreams come true. We're reunited with all of our loved
ones and friends and pets who died before us. So, if Heaven is whatever we wish it to be, then it should also stand that Heaven is whatever our pets
wish it to be. I have no doubt that if you're a good person and if you are lucky enough to go to Heaven, then you will be reunited with your
A few years after my father passed away, my sister and I visited a psychic. She was recommended to us by a friend of our's who claimed she was very
accurate. In fact, this psychic had a 6-month waiting list for us to get to sit down and talk with her. She wasn't what I pictured a psychic would
be- no crystal ball, no giant wart on her nose, etc. She was an average looking young lady who did these readings out of her living room. You'd
give her a picture of the person you wanted to contact, and as long as they hadn't committed suicide (she couldn't reach people who killed
themselves, I think their souls are lost or something) then she would contact them. You could ask any questions that you wanted and could take notes
of the answers, etc. Anyway, to make a long story short, she said that along with my father and some of his deceased family members, was a dog. I
asked her to describe the dog and her description matched perfectly my father's childhood dog- Corky.
Anyway, have no fears, my friend. I've lost several pets over my lifetime. You just have to imagine how much better you made their lives, and what
kind of terrible life they may have had if you didn't take them into your home and make them a member of your family. I believe with all of my heart
that Heaven isn't Heaven if our pets aren't there. I think the best thing you can do is to pray for your dog, and to share the love you gave it
with as many other animals as you can in your lifetime. Taking in more animals and loving and caring for them is the best tribute to your lost dog.
God Bless you and your k9 pal...