Jake still here???
~~AFFIRMATION of the Week~~
"I believe my Guardian Angels are with me"
I thank you for your letters and emails and welcome you to
continue to send your questions and stories.
Your story will help others to learn more about our faithful friends.
I have chosen to answer a letter from a reader today about our
pets and their presence around us after they have passed on...
I recently lost Jake my best friend of fifteen years .My other dog Harry is
having a hard time also and has been moping around the house. We make a good
pair. Recently I noticed that he was acting like he is playing with his toys and
playing catch just like he used to do with Jake. It feels like Jake is around
the house and I am sure if I mention it to my friends they will waste no time
putting me “out to pasture”. Are Harry’s actions my imagination or? HELP!
Elaine from Sudbury
Thank you for sharing your story with us.
Nope ,these happenings are not your imagination at all and I am
sure if you tell your friends, especially ones who have lost their pets they
will share similar stories with you.
I know from experience that our pets do come back to us, just as
our passed on relatives and friends do. Harry is seeing Jake and is carrying on
playing just as he did before. Animals are like children, innocent and free of
the stress of daily life so they can see and feel things. Often stronger than we
I believe, and again through my own personal experiences with my
passed on Bichon Rebel that they choose to come back to us and give us signs
that they are okay.
Some may say it is imagination or wishful thinking. I say, sit
back; take notice when these little things occur.
.At times you may feel an indent in your bed or couch cushion
when you are sleeping or watching television or you may see a shadow across the
room. Don’t panic... you are not losing it.
Our pets will continue to give us subtle clues that they are
with us... they didn’t harm us in life, they won’t now.
They have chosen to return and be your Guardian Angels now so
enjoy these special moments with them and say thank you.