Are Pets Afraid to Die | Rainbow Bridge and Animal Crossing

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13 Responses

  1. Bass Town Ncs says:

    so good <3

  2. NWA says:

    I've watched too many animals cross over and it doesn't seem to get any easier. I guess my lessons will continue until I can be at peace with the process.

  3. Trace R says:

    My shihtzu Gizmo held out 18 years for me and then his wife Poop Dog 3 years later at 20/21 years, 2.00pm 20/02/2020. Both taught me so much about life, but more about death and spirituality and I know the day of passing less than 48h ago was very well planned for me. So selfless..

  4. Susanna Harget says:

    very helpful. Thank you!

  5. usha shyam says:

    thank you … this was just what i needed to hear now. one of my streeties is terribly unwell – kidney, liver, heart – and i dont know what will happen. But i am there for her and positive and continue taking her to the shelter for treatment. I've calmed down after having watched many animals die – but what gets me everytime is their suffering. i feel all wobbly inside. So more lessons to learn.

  6. Annette Shirey says:

    My cat has made sure I wasn’t there when he died (or more accurately, disappeared😞). It’s the strangest story and I might be able to tell you all about it if I work with you someday. Long story short, sometime in 2016 I visited USA for the first time to meet a man I had met online (who I now call my husband☺️). After 3 months, upon returning to my parents house in Israel, Simba was nowhere to be found. I have my own theories on that… for one, Simba was (and still is) one of my spirit guides. He showed up in my reality in 2009 one week after trying to commit suicide. He didn’t necessarily even want to be on earth, but he came here to help my lost soul. After he had finished all his work here, which was marked by my meeting with another angelic support (my husband)—then, Simba knew his job was done. And he left us while I was still in USA; he just knew I wouldn’t be able to handle the vision of him dying. So he made it easier on me. Smart kitty.

  7. Pamela Bonilla says:

    I lost my girl Jan 11 2020 . Please tell me how she is ? Can you please tell me something . ? I miss her so much . I wish she were here😪 Did I do the right thing for her😥I love her . I stayed with her to the end . I promised her , that I would be with her all the way.

  8. Ms. V smith says:

    Thank you so much for this. It's very timely for me, because I had to euthanize my 20-21 yr old cat on Feb 7 2020 and it was such a hard journey for me during her last 2 months of her life. Its weird how she got a similar type of rare symptoms like I have. I have nerve damage in my face due to dentists screw ups and after my cat got 5 teeth extracted, she was not healing like she should. She kept on hitting the side of her face where it was still swollen a bit. I felt so bad because I know first hand how much the trigeminal nerve in that area can hurt. In the end, she couldn't eat or even drink and her tongue was no longer coming out straight, it was coming out to the side. I was told she possibly had jaw cancer… but I will never know for sure, what really happened.. She was slowly starving to death because even when I did syringe feed her, most of the food came out the other side of her mouth because her mouth couldn't close all the way on that side…. But I knew her love for me was so strong, she was willing to suffer and stay with me much longer. Finally, I said, enough, and I ended her suffering on Feb 7. I thought my grief process was over with, but just typing this out, brings tears to my eyes. Anyways, thanks so much for this very important info to us humans about our beloved pets.

  9. Scott Riffle says:

    Lost my 16 year old lil girl cat Bones December 23rd had to have her put down. I often wonder if it was the right thing to do. She’d been through a lot in the month before from having pneumonia and then going blind. Then the Sunday night before she got to where she couldn’t walk or anything by morning. It seemed like she was staying for me as long as she could but something said to her hey it’s time to go. And she went down quick. I’ve seen her a few times since. I visit her grave daily. She was something special. I just wish I knew I did the right thing by letting the vet put her down. I waited a month and saw two kittens on Facebook that needed homes, it was like I was led to them. They’re great. I still miss Bones like crazy though.

  10. Sharyl Simeone says:

    Thank you for your video. My 18 year old Blue Russian cat named Simon just passed and it was such a thoughtful passing for both of us or so it felt for me. He passed and left signs throughout. Love so much what you share. Peace. 🙌🏻💞

  11. Jill Hefflefinger says:

    This is one of the hardest topics since losing my dog almost 2 years ago, this coming Wednesday. We had to take him to the emergency vet because it was a Sunday night. I wasn’t familiar with the place or the doctors. He was supposed to be there to be monitored until the next day and we could have him see his regular vets. They said they would call me and update me and to let me know if anything changed. They never called at the time they were supposed to. This was overnight. The vet called me to tell me that he wasn’t going to make it. I was beyond devastated. My husband was driving me to try and get me there in time and they called back again on our way there to say he was gone. I can’t even type this without breaking down. I haven’t been able to get over the guilt of not being there with him and the wondering what he was thinking and if he thought I abandoned him and if he was afraid. This has been the hardest thing I’ve ever gone through in my life. He was my heart and soul and he gave me the kind of love I’ve never had before. We had such a bond and connection like I can’t explain. I wanted to be with him to tell him how much I love him and to hold him. The vet never came to talk to
    Me when I got there to tell me what happened and no one ever returned phone calls to answer my questions and I feel they weren’t telling me something. I’ve been struggling for almost 2 years with losing him and also the way I lost him. I can’t get over it. The pain is so unbearable. I wish I could get a sign from him and I’ve asked for signs over and over. He was only 10 and I thought we’d have a lot more tome together. I miss him for than I can ever put into word.

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  13. michelle cruz says:

    I had to put my dog down just over a week ago and I am full with so much grief and regret. He was very ill and spent a almost a week at the hospital came home for a night and the next morning I woke him up to give him his medication and he took a turn for the worse and I had to rush him back to the hospital. I was able to bring him back home but was only there for an 30mins before I had to rush him back again, it was then I decided that I watch him go through what he was going through and I couldn’t financially afford any more of the medical treatment. The whole family was there when I decided it was time to let him go and we were with him every step of the way until the very end. We all tried to be strong, told him how much we loved him and that he was a good boy but we couldn’t help but cry as our hearts broke. I am filled with regret because I feel like I should have done more to help him, that I should have caught that he was ill sooner and if I did maybe he’d still be with us, that I caused the reaction that put him in distress and ended up back in the hospital which led to me having to put him down, that i should have tried harder to find a way to come up with the money for more medical treatment and hospitalization, that I didn’t get a chance to give him a proper goodbye the way I always thought I would be able to, that My other dog didn’t get a chance to say goodbye because the doctors told us to keep them isolated from each other because his infection could be contagious to other dogs, that I failed him when he needed me most. It was all so sudden that I worry he wasn’t ready to go, that he was still willing to fight to get better, that he was scared, that maybe he thinks he did something wrong. Because of all these feelings I have had a such a hard time letting go and being able to process and deal. I just want to know he’s ok, that he knows he’s loved and that I’m sorry I couldn’t save him💔

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