All Pets Go To Heaven

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This article is beautifully written, and those of you familiar with the Rainbow Bridge poem will agree with me that this piece was inspired by this original poem.

Can you imagine a heaven without pets?

There is a very special place where beloved pets go after they die. This is only a temporary location. But there are trees and grass and lakes, and everything they love. Here they can play and eat and sleep, even better than they did, before they died. Now, there are no aches or worries or dangers of any kind to trouble or threaten them. The only joy missing is their beloved human companion, you.

All health is restored completely, and all injuries are healed. Dogs and cats play with each other like youngsters, and they do not have time to feel lonely for you. They miss you, and with the special wisdom that animals have, they trust that this condition will get better. And they confidently wait as they frolic.

A wonderful day will come for each of them, when in the middle of playing they will suddenly feel something is different. And all their senses will be at the height of excitement and exuberance. They will sniff the air and look off in the distance where they recognize that dearly loved special presence. Then they will call out in elation, and with eyes shining and tail going wild, tear off at a full gallop, almost flying over the green grass.

Your expected arrival has been sensed, and now there is nothing that can keep the two of you apart, ever again. As you run toward each other the tears flow from your eyes. Your pet leaps into your arms, and you cling together in jubilant reunion. The joyous kisses are all over your face, and you kiss back, just as ecstatically. Your hands so lovingly caress once more the beloved fur, the head and neck and body you knew so well. And you look into each other’s loving eyes, and all those old, wonderful shared feelings are back, again.

And then something will call the both of you on, to a different field of warmth and nurture, where all the love you knew now comes to fruition. With your pet, you leave that special waiting area, walk into the main part of heaven, and begin a new existence there, together.

If you accept that pets can love us as much as we do them, then the logic is clear and cannot be denied. If you believe that there is a heaven for people, then they must be there, waiting for us, when we cross over.

Heaven is love, and pets always share that with us

Wallace Sife

Author: Tony

I am a father, a husband and a dog owner. Like many of you, I love my pets and they are treated as family members. On saying that, if you ask my wife, the order is dogs, daughter and then me but hey, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I write about pet ownership with a slant towards pet loss. Whilst that may sound incredibly depressing to some, I want to focus more on why our pets are so important, the effect they have on our lives and the wonderful memories they create for us. I have been a qualified hypnotherapist since 1999 hence the many references to self-hypnosis as a method of dealing with the pain of pet loss. I know this works so I hope you will give it a try. Please contribute to the success of this website by commenting, liking and sharing. I know this is a community which will spread far and wide, bringing comfort and relief to the many thousands of readers who experience the heartache of pet loss.

3 Replies to “All Pets Go To Heaven”

  1. My parents have to put Nickie down a 9 year old Poddle he has diabetes not only was he a gift from me but he was also born in my birthday.

  2. We are so sorry for your loss, We had to have our cat, (13 years old) on March 8th 2019, stil grieving. You get so attached to them. Way too bad that Nickie passed so young. To help you through this, look up All Pets Go To Heaven, it is very comforting. Also, “Beyond The Rainbow” which is great. Have a facial tissue when you read these. I have passed these along to friends and family who have lost their babies. GOD bless you and your family for taking good care of Nickie too young to pass.

  3. my beutiful toby died 15/04/2019 .He was a golden retriever ,He was very loving very clever .i have found it very hard to cope without him as i loved him dearly. I thought after having him cremated it would help cope having toby’s ashes .,After reading some comments has helped me.

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