Dreams of Deceased Fur Babies: Why Pets Never Really Die
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.
As a dream expert, people often ask me where our pets go when they die. How often have you had dreams of a deceased pet that were so real you woke-up searching the room to see if perhaps your beloved fur-baby was back? It happens more often than most people realize. Why is this? Perhaps it is because love never dies, whether it is the love of a grandparent, parent, sibling, child, or pet. Love is something we can take with us when we “go to the other side.” And, love is something that can bring us back, including a deceased pet.
As a three-time breast cancer survivor whose dreams diagnosed(1) what the medical community and the tests on which they relied missed, I answer them with the information I have found this to be true concerning the world of dreams. “Like all the other living people and creatures we love, they go to life-after-life.”
Deceased pets can become spirit guides who guide us through crisis from our dreams.
Ellie Pechet shares her fantastic story, How Losing My Cats Turned Into Blessings, in the book Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy. (2) It details how, after twenty years of traveling the United States, her two cats died one month apart. Although it was the end of their life here on earth, it was the beginning of their new life as her animal spirit guides on the “other side.”
Ellie Pechet’s story is on Bloomer Boomer TV, posted below for your viewing pleasure.
Ellie writes, “My cats, Blue and Snickers, were high-level beings and two of my most significant soulmates. They both had grown up with a sister-turtle named Ellie Jr., and so I was pleasantly surprised when, after their deaths at age twenty and a half, they resumed their roles as my animal-spirit-guides … and turtles.
They guided me to fulfill my life purpose.
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