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Old 03-16-2011, 05:36 PM
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What do you think happens to our fur babies when they pass? I'm missing my baby Chad Michael so much. I never knew I could be so heartbroken.
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Oh - I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. But - from my experience - they leave for a while and then come back. At least a couple of mine have. They don't look like they did but they have the same energy and traits.

Odd as it may sound I truly believe that BB Dharma (our Pomeranian) is the incarnation of my cat Majic. Maj was black long hair and always stealing underwear and sox (even from the neighbors). BB is black, long haired and steals our sox and underwear. Beeb (BB) even tries to purr.

But they also had many other traits in common too long to list. When BB crawled out of the puppy basket and up on my shoulder I knew right away she was Maj.

It is one of the most difficult things in the world to endure but I feel all of my animals around me after they pass. James Van Praagh has seen them around me and detailed all of them to a tee - except Majic. I just wonder what my horse will come back as???

Hang in there and know that your fur babies are always there by your side.
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Dear Amberly, if you are a Christian then your pets are allowed to reincarnate… I have read about that a while ago, and I'm not sure if they told the truth! but if you are not a Christian I’m not suggesting you should convert to… hmmm, depending on how much you love your pet! What I suggest is GET OVER IT, YOUR PET IS DEAD, go and buy a different one, and give a chance to a "different petsoul?!?!?!?!", they all are deserving and please don't be selective... that is not the reason we all are here in this World! Love Octavian

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Thank you Brit. : ) I think Maj stealing people's undergarments is so cute. Chad Michael loved to steal my sister's bras. Expensive toys! I gathered up pieces to keep and stored them in his toy box.

There are funny little indications that he was, or maybe still is, around.

For one, my mom said to him almost every day, "You need a red collar, Chad Michael." He was black and white and she thought it would be pretty. When I went in my sister's room the morning after CM died there was a red collar lying in her floor. I asked where it came from and Sarah said it had been Spanky's and Chad Michael must have found it somewhere. Spanky died more than 10 years ago and we had not seen this collar since that time. We have no idea where he must have found it.

Also, there he had some toys at the place where my sister works because he would go to work with her sometimes. The other dog there would take CM's toys from Sarah's office and hide them in his mom's office. Gage, the other dog, had not had the ducky out for a couple of months, and CM had not played with it in that time either. At work that day Sarah kept thinking, "I need to find Chad Michael's ducky and take it home." She went to run some errands and when she got back CM's ducky was in the floor by her chair.
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S_Amberly,

Your stories are fascinating - I would take the collar and toy to be a sign Chad Michael is still around.

I sense the presence (energy?) my deceased pets - they come and visit on and off - and sometimes it's when they come around i get quite sad especially if the passing was recent or difficult in someway.

When they come by I try to "talk" to them then in my head/heart and that makes me feel better but also sometimes makes me more sad depending on if I still need to grieve, I guess - it's hard when the physical presence of someone is not there like it used to be.

I also have had pets reincarnate. Sylvia Browne says that if an animal likes living with you they will even "recycle"-ie keep coming back. That's actually something that fits in with my experience - my pets are guinea pigs so they generally don't live a long time - but a lot have "recycled".

I think having experiences like you described is wonderful and yours are wonderful to hear about.
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Amberly, you thanked everybody but me, you are again selective … hmmm ctavian
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That sounds really harsh and insensitive to me in relation to the death of a loved one - I wouldn't thank you either.

What do you think a person should do if someone says something they consider insensitive?
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AGAIN selective? Was I before? I thought it was pretty harsh too. I intend to 'get over it' at least to some degree, and we did adopt another dog who needed a home.

I have NEVER had a connection like I did with Chad Michael. There was something very special and otherworldly about his short time with my family (4 months). I have had animals all of my life, and I loved them and it was sad when they died, but this is a whole other level.

He had a MAJOR impact on all four of us. He literally saved my sister's life the day she found him. He was in and out of our lives like a tornado and definitely changed everything.

I really didn't understand Out on a Leash when I read it. Intellectually I did, but not on an emotional level. When Chad Michael came along I understood!

And I'm pretty sure I don't have to convert to Christianity so that my dog can reincarnate. I'm not an expert though.


Thank you Freesia! : ) Blessings to your guinea pigs. Do you have some now?
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K, Amberly of course you are sentimental (and that will affect your job as a future lawer), we all are, but we must face the facts... My dad is dead, king George II is dead, Liz is dead, and someday we all have to face alone our own death, no exception...I sooner than you because you are by far younger than me, though we might continue to exist for a while in the memories of others, and forever in others junk DNA Blessings, Octavian

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Hi S_Amberley –

I do have some guinea pigs now  Three. I lost one late last year and “found” one that I had been expecting – a particular pig that’s been here twice before.

Oh, and I’m not a Christian lol – I don’t think, generally speaking Christians believe in reincarnation or at least not “old school” Christians”.

I understand how you could have been very deeply affected by Chad Michael – I sometimes think that there are people or pets that come into our lives – like a whirlwind – and do affect us deeply – I’ve experienced that myself – it’s like the idea of the “perfect storm” but not in a destructive way (unless you consider destruction like the tarot considers death –ie change that destroys old patterns and opens us up)– and all these mystical forces in me and in the universe align to bring me to the person or pet for just a short time – or maybe I planned it on some level pre-birth, say – however or why ever it happens it really is “magical” and surreal. And it does affect you long long afterwards – maybe that’s because it was such a deep effect –like you end up adjusting on so many levels, body, mind and soul long after it’s all over just like the after effects of a physical storm will still be around for years, sometimes decades.

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