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posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by cozerocks
reply to post by letthereaderunderstand
 


well we have had a few pets mainly cats, but we aren't actually thinking about them at the time of these happenings, in one respect i find it quite a nice thing


That's cool, this happens to me all of the time...I hadn't said that, in my last post. My dog used to wake me up by licking my face or hand. It used to annoy me...funny the things you miss when they are gone....but I've been woke up many times by that sensation, the licking sensation. What's real weird, is there will be slobber on the spot, dog slobber, on either my hand (i always sleep with my arm hanging off the bed) or my face. If it's not him, I'm in trouble...lol.

When I'm between sleep and awake, I can see him...darn I miss that crazy dog. He was the best snuggler...sammy I miss you buddy, thanks for stayin near me...love you my pal.




posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 01:06 AM
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Ive had that happen to me a couple times.

Im in bed and I feel my dog jump up. I sit up to pet him only to find he is not on the bed. Not even in the same room. It was never scary or anything.

I have lost two dogs. One died a little over a year ago. He died at age 18. The other died back in 2004. She lived to age 14.

The thought that they are their watching out for me is comforting to me. I guess they're loyal to the end and then some.



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 03:32 AM
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Sure wish this would happen with me. I have had a cat go and a dog go. Maybe its that I have 2 other big dogs in the house that they stay away. When we got rid of our cat the next week outside the house I did see a cat that looked like her and I thought it was her but when I would go to call her she would just run away. I miss my cat and dog. The cat has been gone for almost a year and a half but the dog was only put down about 3 weeks ago. I miss her, but I have 2more I love. I like this post and glad someone gets to visit there old friends.



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 07:31 AM
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i think the saying 'what doesnt kill us ,makes us stronger' is wrong,infact it makes you weaker,having to come to terms that your little guy has passed over is the hardest thing ive ever had to deal with and still am dealing with,when your whole world revolves around just making him content ,what else is left to fill the massive void left by him?i think i can speak for a lot of people when i say i would give up my life just to see him for a second more in the physical,i can imagine how mothers feel when they lose a child at a young age,the pain,trauma stays with you throughout your life,one of the best messages i could give anyone grieving like myself is from the book we don't die by george anderson,and its just think of them as living in outer mongolia for a long time and there will come a day when you can see them again and board that plane,i hear my cat sometimes very distant sounding meows but not mistakeable,hear him prancing past me on the carpet,feel him pawing the bed at night to get comfy,comes and goes when he pleases,remember the word death is a manmade word not shared by animals.



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 09:27 AM
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I'm so glad someone started this thread. I have been thinking of starting one because of the recent events surrounding my precious Kittie's passing.
She was a gift from God that was with me for 19 yrs. She had diabetes and had been deteriorating the past few months. I kept telling her to come back to me. She hasn't returned yet, however for 3 days following her death, I captured orbs with my camera. They were near the floor, around her favorite toy, on the bed, and in the bathroom, where she liked to hang out a lot (no ceiling fans, lol). I know that most people think it's just dust and I agree that some are. I really believe this was her. Mainly because I have not been able to catch 1 single speck since then, and I have taken at least 100 photos trying to catch another glimpse of her. My husband heard her purring, I heard her scratching the mat, and one night while I sat on the couch, it felt like something hit the couch behind me. It felt just like when she would jump up behind my shoulder, in fact it was so real it startled me, and I totally expected her to be there. I have also had 2 visits from her in my dreams, but she hasn't come lately. I hope it's because she's busy reincarnating.
There was another occasion when I was talking to my cat that passed years ago as I laid in bed one night (this was before Kittie died) and later that night my husband and I felt something jump on the bed and walk across our feet. When we looked, nothing was there.
I truly believe that Kittie will come back to me. She was Siamese too. Our bond was too strong to just end there.
BEWARE:CAUTION
I WANT YOU ANIMAL LOVERS TO KNOW THAT MY CAT'S DIABETES WAS CAUSED BY YEARLY VACCINATIONS MY VET EVEN ADMITTED IT. HER IMMUNE SYSTEM ATTACKED HER PANCREAS 2 WEEKS AFTER HER SHOTS AND CAUSED HER TO NEED INSULIN.
ALL PETS NEED ARE THE FIRST 2 SERIES OF VACC. THEY ARE IMMUNE AFTER THAT!!!!!!!DON'T JUST TAKE MY WORD, LOOK IT UP. THIS HAS BEEN DOCUMENTED OVER AND OVER. YEARLY VACC. HAVE BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR MOST CANCERS, TUMORS,DIABETES,IMMUNE SYSTEM FAILURE(WHICH ONE OF MY DOGS HAS THAT CAME ABOUT AFTER HER SHOTS)KIDNEY AND LIVER FAILURE, JUST TO NAME A FEW. THE YEARLY VACCINATIONS ARE A MONEY SCAM, THEY DON'T NEED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HOPE THIS MESSAGE SAVES SOME PRECIOUS LIVES!!!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 09:57 AM
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Wouldn't it be great if all of this were true? I'm not saying it isn't. I just don't know.
However, given the choice between spending eternity with a couple of old mangy (sp) dogs from my past and a couple of ex wifes....



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 04:08 PM
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this has happened to me as well.


The best cat i ever had in the world, moustache. how i miss him! i was a pretty young kid when we had him, from 8years old to 14 years old...


anyway, we moved out to the country and one day he came home slouching, we thought it was because the neighbours dog was outside (they didnt like eachother) and turns out that his vertibrae was seperated/broken. ( we think his tail was run over by a car while running across the highway )We brought him to the vets, and the vet said that he may be able to recover as it was low enough in the back that they could just amputate his tail.
So for a week i crushed pain meds into warm milk and fed him with a sring. ( he still purred the entire time, i spent most of my days that week by his side )

We had to put him down, because his nerves had been too severly damaged and he couldn't control his bowel movements.


that night, i woke up to something russling around in my window and i heard a THUMP as if a cat had jumped off from the window cil, and then i felt something jump onto my bed and walk towards me , i was terrified and hid under my blankets, i felt it was him. then i heard another thumb, and then all the things on my dresser fell back ( he did this all the time when climbing on my dresser at night )... then i fell asleep, and never heard from him again. i miss him a lot.



posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 05:40 PM
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Originally posted by sickofitall2012
She was a gift from God that was with me for 19 yrs. She had diabetes and had been deteriorating the past few months.

BEWARE:CAUTION
I WANT YOU ANIMAL LOVERS TO KNOW THAT MY CAT'S DIABETES WAS CAUSED BY YEARLY VACCINATIONS…


I have a diabetic cat too. One gets so close to them, worrying about if they eat, giving their shots, etc… I know losing any beloved animal is bad, but the routine and worry that comes with a diabetic cat is something beyond that. I feel for ya.

And you are right about vaccinating adult animals, it is a money making scam perpetrated by vets. Giving adult cats pointless vaccines can also cause a dramatic form of cancer (cancer actually appears at the injection site, they know for sure it is caused by a reaction to the vaccine, and the choice is amputate or they die in months). Steroids can also trigger it in cats, but I think most end up diabetic due to being fat (my boy did).

Edit but she lived to be 19, that is exceptional. I don't know how long she was diabetic, regardless you must have taken excellent care of her.

[edit on 19-8-2008 by Sonya610]



posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 08:37 AM
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Thanks a lot. She was diabetic for 5 yrs. You are so right, my bond with her was enormous because of the constant care and worry. She died of a DVT (deep vein thrombosis).She passed almost instantly. Actually, I awoke just after she passed. She was still warm, but when I touched her, she wasn't there. I could tell her soul was gone, it felt so weird. God how I miss her.



posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 10:51 AM
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a good friend of mine has a couple of cats and relayed a story of his from very recently.

about 3mth ago he was told one of his cats would die any day by the vet, some incurable problem (forget what) and it would die within a day, two tops.

he told me he would not be at our clubs race meeting because he chose to stay up all night to spend time with his pet in its last hours.

anyway, he said he was watching TV with the cat next to him on the lounge as he was patting and comforting it late one night.
next thing he knows, the TV went to static right as he heard his cat exhale for its last time as it passed over.

a minute or two later he said the TV come back on, good as gold with no mention of any network probs or anything.

he wonders if it was the cat getting his attention, and saying goodbye.



posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 09:57 PM
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This is by far the saddest thread I have ever read. Yet the stories are so heartwarming thinking our 4 legged babies would come back to say "Hey Mom/Dad I'm here".

My eyes keep tearing up...the hardest part of loving an animal so much is knowing one day you will have to say goodbye.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by sillyme
This is by far the saddest thread I have ever read. Yet the stories are so heartwarming thinking our 4 legged babies would come back to say "Hey Mom/Dad I'm here".

My eyes keep tearing up...the hardest part of loving an animal so much is knowing one day you will have to say goodbye.


that is so true, i think for some its kinda like losing a child after 10-15yrs.

but as i said in another thread, when the time comes we have to be there for our pets to comfort them at the end because its the least we can do after so many years of total loyalty, love and companionship that they gave us.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 03:44 AM
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I've felt it a few times, thinking at first it was a person. Though, the area of feeling was too small to be a human. Right then I figured out it be my beloved dog who passed on at 15 years old. Exactly where she would cuddle.

Recently I had a sighting of a cat, that looked exactly just like one of my cats who passed a few months back. It happened in the same neighborhood but a bit down the street. Was a full solid form of a cat, though, not a ghostly apparition. He(or possibly a she) looked at me, as if it knew who I was, ready to approach me. Perhaps this may have just been another neighborhood cat that looked very much like him. I'm still investigating.

[edit on 21-8-2008 by dreamingawake]



posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 05:56 PM
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One of our dogs was unfortunately put to sleep about 8 years ago as a valve in her heart wasn't working properly. She'd usually sleep in her own bed in my Mother's room and then climb on to my bed when she heard me going into my room. On two separate occasions after she was put to sleep I heard her following me upstairs to bed. She wore two tags on her collar which used to jingle as she walked and I heard those as clear as anything. My Mother heard her burst into her bedroom on a few occasions, but she was pretty much paralysed and could only listen to what was going on. She described how she'd playfully come rushing into the bedroom at night and run around the foot of the bed like she used to. Although on one occasion my Mother saw her sat on her small chest of drawers (the dog was a small terrier cross) and she was growling at her. Not too sure what that was about...
I'd never actually seen her until I moved out of my Mother's house. I'm a heavy sleeper. but one morning I just suddenly woke up. It was the middle of winter and I had a small heater on a chair next to the bed. I woke up to find my dog sat next to the chair just looking at me. She wasn't growling or anything, just looking at me. As soon as I woke up I was staring into her deep brown eyes as she was less than an arm's stretch away from the bed. But, for some stupid reason, this scared the beejesus out of me, probably because it was the last thing I was expecting and I ran out of the room. I haven't seen her since and I doubt she'll be making an appearance again as I've got another dog.
Something else, which is unrelated to visitors but rather odd. Although our dog had to be put down, my Mother couldn't bring herself to do it and for about 3 days kept putting it off. Every day she'd tell me to say my goodbyes before setting off out as the dog wouldn't be there when I got home. I'd say my goodbyes and when I got home she'd be there waiting. On the Monday morning I went to school, was sat in double English and at around 10am I felt sick to my stomach and had a sinking feeling. I knew that was it. I went home and asked when she'd been put to sleep and it was at that time I felt ill. I never realised we have such a strong bond with our pets before then...



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