About Pets and Heaven

Having recently lost a dear cat, this video encourages me. I hope it helps someone following Fellowship of the Minds, too.

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DCG
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Sorry to hear you lost a kitty.

Thanks for this video.

William
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William

My sincere sympathies Dr. Eowyn. We recently lost our dear Louie, a one-of-a-kind white cat. He was 19. I can’t imagine living without animals, somehow they get us to transcend ourselves, our pettiness. As someone once said, We show animals only the love that we can spare, yet they always respond with all the love in their hearts. Prayers and blessings

greenworxx
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greenworxx

This is beautiful……Thank you.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I had a sign once that read: “Heaven is the place where all the dogs and cats you ever loved come up the greedy you”. I hope that’s true.

Dr. Eowyn
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Don’t you mean “come up to greet you”?

PinkoFoe
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PinkoFoe
CalGirl
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CalGirl

Condolances upon losing your dear cat, Trail. I’ve lost 2, one last year, one this year recently, the first just past 23 years old, and the 2nd at 18. EVen though I had them so long, I still wanted more time with them,tho’ I knew then, as I do now, that it was their time to leave me, and it was best for them. If they, among others, esp. my two most beloved dogs now gone for some years, are not going to be in Heaven with me, then I don’t want to go. Biblically, the Father’s House has many… Read more »

Alma
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Alma

Your loss is heartfelt. I thank God for bringing Barney into my life.

Pendaftaran Mahasiswa Baru
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we all have to take care of each other’s health. Basically, we have antibodies, but sometimes our antibodies are weak. therefore, we must guard it

Dr. Eowyn
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Thank you, TD, for the video. 2 weeks ago, my beloved fur-boy was in emergency hospital, for a bad case of respiratory infection — one part of the “perfect storm” of troubles I’d alluded to. I broke down, having to leave him there overnight. The next day, when the technician brought him to me, he gave a soft purr, then a loud purr when I opened the front door to our home. He is now on meds, and feeling better, but not out of the woods yet. Please say a prayer for him. As for whether pets go to Heaven:… Read more »

William
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William

Oops, just realized I sent prayers for your cat already, mistakenly thought this was your post. But plenty left over for TD

CalGirl
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CalGirl

Good wishes with your beloved kitty Dr. E…..and prayers. Take some comfort in knowing that our sweet cats are usually much more resilient in recovery from illnesses and infections, etc…than most of our other pets. Especially when well-cared-for, they are almost magical beings. ( Did I say “almost?” They ARE!!!)

Dr. Eowyn
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❤️
He is the joy of my life. I can endure any and all things, but not when it comes to my boy….

DCG
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Hope your boy gets better soon!

Dr. Eowyn
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Thank you, DCG. Incredibly, I was told that my fur-boy has had chronic asthma, although no vet in the past 8 years had ever identified it. The chronic became acute, coupled with a bacterial infection, which is now gone because of antibiotics. However, the asthma and infection left scar tissue in his lungs, which led to hardening of his heart walls from having to working harder. 🙁

Watertender
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Watertender

Our cats are family and way better than many of the human members. We lost 4 in 10 months leaving us 1 cat. A friend had kittens that were dropped at his place so he brought us one that we named after his Dad. Our older cat is 12 and the younger will be 2 in June. We are going to get another kitten soon to add to the festivities. Sorry on the loss of your beloved kitty. They will be there to greet us when we depart Earth and I fully believe this. Their love is unconditional and their… Read more »

Mark Andresen
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In 1940 American playwright Eugene O’Neill wrote a eulogy for his beloved dog Blemie. This rare and poignant prose has been rediscovered and made into an illustrated book for pet lovers by me (Mark Andresen). It is an antidote for grief upon losing a companion. For me, after double eye surgery, it was training my eyes to see well enough to draw (my profession) or face a loss of career. It’s well drawn and designed, I’ve been told. Also a portion of the proceeds goes to a PETS FOR VETS organization, uniting service dogs with returning service men and women… Read more »