Animals In Heaven
Animals Go To Heaven
Our Beloved Pets
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Tribute To Patrick
Tribute To Stump
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 Remembering Them
Tribute To Buddy
Chaplain Of Pets
Stray Dog's Prayer
Tribute To Sully
They'll Meet Again
A Voice For Animals
Chico & Harley
What A Wonderful World
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Welcome to visitors from all parts of the world. The acceptance of this website has been a miracle in the making. We have heard from Britain, Brazil, South Africa, the United States, Canada and many other locations. A woman wrote to tell us how this website had been such a great help to her parents after they had lost their pet dog and another woman explained how after losing her pet she had been in so much pain she considered suicide until she saw this website. Both of these incidents came as the result of a miracle. We are all convinced that these pet owners in need were directed to the website by God. It's amazing how miracles can and do occur if we believe. Recently we also received an email from lady who said that she and her parents were hurting because their pastors were preaching on a regular basis that animals don't go to Heaven. We told her not to fret and that someday pastors everywhere will read the Scriptures with more passion and faith and will finally see the real truth, that Animals Have Souls And Do Go To Heaven. If you will read this website fully you'll also be convinced that there is absolutely no way that animals won't go to Heaven. God has a plan for us and for our pets as well. What the non-believers fail to understand is that even if they don't believe the scriptures as they were meant to be read, and even if they still don't believe animals go to Heaven they must understand that not only are there plenty of passages in the Bible to support the belief that animals do go to Heaven, there is absolutely no place in the Bible that says they DON'T. So what does that tell you? It tells me that the non-believers simply refuse to understand the real WORD OF GOD. Besides, many of the world's most beloved and famous Christian scholars, living and dead, have written their accounts of why they believe that animals do have a place in Heaven because the Bible says they do. So how can you possibly not believe when the most learned people who have ever lived and preached the Gospel have proven the immortality of animals?


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rebecca fugate wrote:
Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 04:57 AM
my lil dog died 7/22/2013 I miss her so much I want her back it wasn't time to say good bye her name was star
Louise Stastny wrote:
Saturday, July 13, 2013, 03:51 PM
I pray for my dogs, Brownie, Maggie, Kallee, Ginger, Minka and Daisy-booboo who are gone now. I love you and know you are in Heaven. No matter where I go when I die I know you will always be safe with God. XXO
Stephanie Reid wrote:
Friday, June 7, 2013, 07:29 PM
In memory of my most beloved kitty Frankie, He was the light in my eye's,a soulmate,I thank Jesus for every day we had together and pray that I see him in heaven.
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Deborah wrote:
Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 10:33 AM
I know when my cat Simba had to be put down, I came here and felt a better peace about losing my friend of 10 years.
Jill Jones wrote:
Sunday, March 31, 2013, 04:15 PM
I had to make the very difficult and painful choice to put my 11 year-old Newfie to sleep last Wednesday. I struggled to make the decision, but ultimately had to make the decision that was kindest to him. He loved me unconditionally and deserved to exit the world with some degree of grace and dignity. His spirit remained in the house for several days after his death. I have been having very black & dangerous thoughts, but will hang on, knowing that he and I will be reunited some day. Blessings to all who have lost their companions.
Jennifer wrote:
Sunday, March 10, 2013, 00:18 AM
In January, my family and I put our 11 year old German Shepherd, Sadie, to sleep. That night, I had a very vivid dream. I dreamt that I was standing in a doorway in our house. I looked down into the hall and there stood Sadie. She was young and completely black as she had been when she was a puppy. She looked up at me with her big brown eyes and thanked me for loving her and giving her a wonderful life. She also said we did the right thing by putting her to sleep to end her suffering. What I remember the most is the peacefulness surrounding Sadie in the dream. She was filled with a heavenly peace that doesn't exist on this earth.
Grace Torrens wrote:
Thursday, February 14, 2013, 10:05 AM
So pleased to have discoved your page, this helps me a lot after losing one of my little dogs Jack.
virginia wrote:
Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 10:56 PM
in memory of baby,my cat who was 4 years old,i love u,and miss u,i try to do everything to keep you well,took u to vet,got meds,vit,at least your no longer in pain,and now can use the bathroom,i miss u every day an nite,i love u baby,very special place in my heart,your mama
Ron wrote:
Saturday, January 5, 2013, 03:23 PM
God created both Us and Our Pets,
He knows all, will restore all,
and All Shall Be Well.
This is what we must believe because if we had undeniable proof, how many of us would want to stay here ? There would be tremendous repurcussions. For now, we must live within God's time for us as long as He wants it this way, and strive to be at peace and hold to Agape, the Love of/for/with God Himself which trumps all human understanding. Love trumps rules, prophecy, and even trumps over faith ! (1 Corinthians 15).. I recently lost my precious cat (I don't even think of her as a mere cat, but so much more) Bootsie. Bootsie I trust Jesus and believe you are with all of the animals before you which also touched my life, even though you will always be so very special to me. I want to be with you when Rev. 5:13 is fulfilled and we all give Glory to God the ALL mighty !
Katina wrote:
Friday, December 28, 2012, 05:35 PM
Bless you and your website. I found it today as I was having a discussion in Christian forum on FB regarding if pets go to heaven. Everyone knows I'm an animal lover, so they knew my answer was of course and in searching for scriptural proof, I found your site. Please keep up the good work
Chris M wrote:
Monday, December 24, 2012, 06:40 PM
In Loving Memory of My babies,"Pooperbelly, Jasper, Buddy, JayJay, Honey" I miss you All so much, Can't wait to be reunited with all of you. Merry Christmas I Love You! Mama.
Sara wrote:
Saturday, December 22, 2012, 08:01 PM
Please pray for my 10 year old dog Daisy. She is lost, and blind. I found out about it this morning. My dad told me to go look for her and I kept calling and calling, but she never came back. I am especially worried because she is blind. Please pray that we find her or that she returns to us. Thank you.
Gabrielle wrote:
Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 11:50 AM
Missing my kitty's Kilala and Sookie and My Family Dog Cheena, comforted knowing they are all waiting for me,

Love from Texas.
sanjay wrote:
Wednesday, November 21, 2012, 11:16 PM
Yours is a very useful site . We at want to get affiliated to you.
Teresa Hymas wrote:
Sunday, November 11, 2012, 04:38 PM
Glad i discovered this as i lost my 11 year old cat this week after discovering 2 weeks ago he was terminal.i feel immense guilt over not knowing sooner he was mostly an outdoor cat and seemed fine up until 3 weeks ago. i did love him so much but there was times i didnt always show it. i had to watch him be put to sleep which broke my heart and the memory will stay with me always.people often tell me he knew i loved him cause he always returned home and came to me i still feel guilt over not spending more time with him etc. my prayer and hope now is he is happy and reunited with his siblings in heaven and i hope with all my heart and soul i shall meet him again.Benny im sorry forever the times i let you down and i always did love you and always will.
Melba Roca wrote:
Monday, October 29, 2012, 12:26 PM
My name is Melba Roca and I am not crazy I see pets that have passed on and although they can talk to me they communicate with me and reading what owners that have had pets that passed on feel after their loss is how I know what I see. Pets really do go to heaven they also miss their beloved owner. Please know that when your pet has passed on they are at peace they are happy and its okay to cry for them, but also know that yes you will be reunited with your baby one day. I have an email I have pets that come to me mostly when I'm in bed meditating and although it use to scare it doesn't anymore. I need to find these pets owners to let them know their babies are happy at peace and also miss them.
Melba roca wrote:
Monday, October 29, 2012, 12:09 PM
Pets do have souls and I see those souls all the time. These pets that have passed on sometimes want to let beloved owners know that they are fine and that they also miss them and one day they will be reunited. These babies come to me to find their owners, but I don't know how to. I'm not crazy it's the truth I even see them in stores walking next to their owners when they have passed on.
Michael Montez wrote:
Saturday, October 27, 2012, 01:37 PM
I know God is real my faith of that fact is sure and strong. I lost my little girl baby GEE. Her name is Alice. I have not been able to stop crying I loved her deeply and even thought of dying like the movie beyond and back just to see her in heaven. I love her so much and miss her dearly. The death was unexpected and a brain tumor I did not know about. I tried everything I could with vets. I have been crushed in spirit my joy is turned to severe sorrow. I have lived a blessed life. Her time cut short did not make sense to me. I do trust GOD and I NEED to see her again. She will always be priceless and loved in my heart. I love you sweet perfect Alice! Before Alice passed my wife had a dream once immediately after my mom passed from lung cancer. I slept by her side for 2 weeks on a blow up mattress in a hospice and played Hellen Ready you and me against the world song. In the dream my mom led her down a hall where she saw relatives in a room my mom called the waiting room in the dream. MY WIFE SAW A DOG IN THE ROOM AND EXCITEDLY ASKED THE PEOPLE IN THE ROOM DO DOGS GO TO HEAVEN. They said we can not tell you now but my wife was excited when she woke up. A dog was in heavens waiting room! she also asked me if I had ever heard of a song you and me against the world. She said that song played in her dream and she had never heard it before. I will read your site now. I cry for my Alice a pain like when I lost my mother. I love you sweet Alice.
Colleen Tartaglia wrote:
Sunday, October 14, 2012, 12:31 PM
We just lost our Elkhound of 14 years and we are so heart broken over it. This sight has been a blessing to us to know where she is now. Thank you.
Rosmaria Menna wrote:
Wednesday, October 10, 2012, 12:49 PM
I am grateful to find this site as my heart is breaking over loss of my cat, Daisy. I needed to know that I will see her again one day. Thank you.
Rachele wrote:
Monday, October 8, 2012, 09:36 PM
Thank you so much for this site. I grew up an orphan and now at the age of 58 it turns out that my dog Zachery, who was all of 15 years, died Oct.5,2012. He was day in and day out the longest soul who has ever been at my side.
Yes, I feel sorrow, grief and all the emotions one would expect but I also in between the tears praise God for all the years of the unconditional love I received! He truely has a spirit that was filled with love for everyone, was always well behaved. " All things work to the good for those who love God and are called according to His purposes". I can see the purposes for which my Zach was sent and am so grateful for a loving husband who loved him also and with whom I can share these difficult moments with.
" I love you Zachery"....Thank you.
Your name means: "Lord recalled". More than ever, now when I think of all your love, tenderness, and other virtues I do recall the love and blessings of the Lord.
You my little furry son where a gift from God that shall always be cherished and I know you completed the task for which you were sent.
Well done you sweet, loving and humble little servant who was a tool in God's hand from you first breath to you last.
Syndi wrote:
Monday, October 8, 2012, 11:21 AM
I can not thank you enough for this website & the information you share about scripture & our pets' place in eternity. 2 days ago we had to make one of the hardest decisions in our life (we have 6 children so we've had to make other hard decisions). We had to put our loving, loyal & protective dog Gunner to sleep. We had him since he was 10 weeks and he has helped me raise our 6 children. Gunner is a Great Pyranees and our children were his little sheep that he would heard and protect. I can't tell you the gentleness of this giant of a dog. We layed every one of our new born babies down with Gunner & he would smell them and begin to watch over them immediately. He knew his job in our family. Never did I think I could love an animal so much. I was in agony over making this decision. I cried as I layed with him on the floor as he declined rapidly over night and could no longer walk. It was horrible to see such a large dog (over 130 pounds) not be able to stand up or put weight on his hind legs. In every other way he was in perfect health & still as loving as ever. He looked fine and was still sweet as ever but could not get up. I called 10 vets, near and far looking for anyone to give me an different opinion & an alternative, but everyone had the same answer. I even fervently prayed for a healing miracle, but it was not God's plan. Maybe someone in Heaven needed Gunner more than we did. The pain is unbelieveable & I find myself crying all the time and wonder when & if the hurt ever goes away. Knowing he is with the Lord does help though. Thank you so much for your encouragement & reassurance from the Word of God. May the Lord continue to bless & provide for your ministry.
Julie wrote:
Saturday, September 15, 2012, 06:01 PM
Hi I needed some comfort today my dear little cat was killed, i think he was hit by a car.I needed to know that he is now in heaven chasing the flies which he loved to do.I cant stop crying and shall miss him so much.
Linda wrote:
Monday, August 27, 2012, 06:43 AM
Thankyou for your beautiful site. You have brought me great joy today. I have loved animals all my life with a passion so intense it can hurt ever so deeply. I have wondered if the animals will share in the beauty and rest that awaits us in Heaven. The scriptures found here bring me pure joy, answering questions I have been afraid to ask for fear God will let me and the animals down, and I have prayed that these words will find their way deep into my spirit and mind and heart. The state of the world and the pressure placed upon the animals of the world causes me tremendous and frequent grief, but now I am assured that there will be peace and justice for the living creatures as well as human. Animals like children are innocents, and I love them so. Even the scary ones. God Himself must have planted this great love in me because it is so fierce. Bless you for presenting this message. I suffer from anxiety and depression and having had to withdraw from an anti-depressant that was making me very unwell, I have been vulnerable to relapse, and have indeed become quite unwell. So when my beloved Siamese girl Angel fell ill I fell apart when a friend simply suggested a terminal illness. All my fears came forth, threatening to crush me. Today I asked my mother tearfully, fearfully, about the animals and heaven and she told me she had read in the Bible that animals will be there with us. Iclung to this but still feared it couldn't be so. My pursuit of encouragement on the internet has led me to realise I do again need medical help but I am indeed even more blessed to find myself here. It was the one ting I could not reconcile myself to, that if God is so loving, how the animals should suffer but never inherit the promises of receiving the reward of peace in Heaven. Thankyou so very, very much. My tears flow as I am clinically depressed I guess, but they are full of joy as I look at my little ones and think of God's goodness and provision for us all, indeed all creatures great and small, not just in this life but in the next. I think you will understand my gratitude as only people who share my love could offer this message of God's love for us all. (Hope I made sense here as I am quite emotional). Love Linda xxx from Adelaide, South Australia
Susan wrote:
Sunday, August 26, 2012, 07:02 PM
To leon , I let the things in life get in my way ,so busy doing things that really wasnt that important. I should,ve been there and i was,nt.I will never forgive myself and i get sick at the thought of not being there for her.She was a beautiful full of life little bulldog faithful,protective and loyal perfect in every way.I ask God to please comfort her and let her know that i am so sorry for any negligence that resulted in the pain from the infection she suffered(it was internally and i didnt know, though i new something was wrong) and that i do love her.Nothing shouldve been more important than she was.I think to myself if id payed more attention to her,or took her to another vet , if id just took time to really notice she probably would,ve been saved ,.I will never forgive myself It has been years and everyday i still miss her and ill always blame myself.I pray that theres a heaven we all go to and one day ill hold her again.God knows im so sorry.To just let you know im crying now and it won,t be the last time.
debra wrote:
Sunday, August 26, 2012, 06:12 PM
Priscilla I do know how you might feel. The word unbearable is a very good description. It,s been 9+ months for me and it seems worse at times.I,m still crying and the acheing heart combined with my missing her is so painful.I just hope and pray to God i get to see her again.Ive had other pets all canines but Bertha was with me through a very difficult time in my life and she was there always ,she loved me and I loved her so much and now shes gone. Im just taking a day at a time and asking God to tell her that i miss her and love her and how grateful im am that i had her in my life for as long as i did.I miss her so much.
Debra wrote:
Sunday, August 26, 2012, 05:51 PM
My best friend and compainion went to be with God on November 19th , 2011.With a heavy heart the time came that I felt she now needed to let go ,she was weary and tired and i think hanging on for me ,she felt it was her job to watch over me maybe . She had been diagnosed with lymphoma almost a year prior to the day and now for nearly 2 weeks had not willingly ate and had stopped taking fluids.I will not even try to explain how this was the most painful and devastating thing that has ever happened to me.It has been 9 months and I am still suffering her loss. I will always have this pain and longing to be with her.I,ve loss grandparents and even my father but was able to handle it ,but sometimes i feel like im just not able to cope with her loss anymore.I miss her before i even get home from work , she would be waiting and we would have breakfast together.I miss our walks to the creek or just sitting in the yard ,i miss her laying beside me as she always slept with me. She was at my side constantly never leaving me.On my days off we would go out and take a ride and get a treat. I was with her Bertha for nearly 10 years.I hurt so bad.I begged God to heal her but now i just have to accept his decision.People would stop and comment on how big and pretty she was. Bertha was a beautiful big ole girl she weighed about 110 pounds , faithful , gentle and so scared of thunderstorms that i tried to compfort her from ,now when i hear thunder i get so upset remembering how scared she would get.She gave me so much.God knows I miss her.I wrote this in my journal.
My loss is a emtiness like a darkness in my soul.
My loss as great as my love
My loneliness is shared with my tears
For my best friend and compainion Bertha my beautiful girl 02/17/2002 to 11/19/2011
priscilla wrote:
Thursday, August 16, 2012, 12:20 PM
my Ginger dog died April 02, 2012 August 16, 2012 I, can't stop crying
Priscilla Shank wrote:
Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 08:30 AM
Absolutely animals go to heave. My little dog Ginger went on the journey April 02, 2012. My heart is aching but my loss is heaven's gain.
Brandi wrote:
Thursday, August 2, 2012, 01:28 PM
Thank you so much for this i was so worried my furry kids. Wouldn't go to heaven but i now know they do!! Thank you so much!
Victor wrote:
Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 03:32 AM
It is a very good webpage.We at want to get affiliated to you.
Leon Buter wrote:
Sunday, July 29, 2012, 05:33 PM
It is early morning in Cape Town, South Africa. I cannot sleep, I had to put my German Sheperd to sleep yesterday. I feel so guilty not taking better care and for one stupid mistake I made. If only I can rest assured that Ronja is indeed in heaven and that I will see her again... Please somebody, help me believe, I need peace in my heart so desperate!
Wednesday, July 25, 2012, 02:09 PM
tim wrote:
Sunday, July 22, 2012, 00:13 AM
i just lost my very precious cat "MONA ". SHE WAS THE BEST, AND RIGHT NOW I MISS HER MORE THAN I CAN EXPRESS...i just need some assurance that she is well, and in GODS presence...thanks you for this site...
Michael Fisher wrote:
Wednesday, July 4, 2012, 11:59 PM
I was hoping to find a site that believes animals indeed go to Heaven and can be re-united with their owners. I lost my 14 year old Lab a month ago and I am devastated. She means everything to me!
Priscilla wrote:
Saturday, June 16, 2012, 09:11 AM
My little dog Ginger died two and half monhs ago from a seizure, I loved her and the missing is unbearable.
Matt wrote:
Wednesday, June 6, 2012, 00:51 AM
My dog Duke who also was my best friend ever died last Feb 29th at the age of 16. All I've ever thought about since then was how I wish I could be with him in Heaven. He took a big part of me with him when he left.
murlene wrote:
Monday, May 21, 2012, 06:03 PM
I just had to put my dog to sleep this morning. He had kidney diease and I held as long as I could. He had a good week last week but went down hill. He didnt want to give up and that hurts but he was becasue he wasnt eating. I wish i could stop crying but I had a friend who lost a dog a week ago and we say they journey to heaven together. Thank you for your website. He is with the other 2 dogs that we had. One died 2 years ago in July.
Angel wrote:
Sunday, May 13, 2012, 10:44 PM
This site has given me so much comfort. Recently my beautiful little parrot Furbie passed away in a freak accident. I never expected it, and the house is so quiet. He isn't here to say "Hello" each time I come in the room, or "love u" when I put him to bed at night. He isn't here to cuddle with me and give me his parrot kisses. I miss him so much, but thanks to your site I have hope that one day I will see him again. Thank you.
priscilla wrote:
Sunday, May 6, 2012, 04:31 PM
Having trouble to have faith in God. My little dog Ginger had a seizure and died April 02, 2012 she was my beloved and I have cried every day since she died and left emptiness in my life.
miriam wrote:
Friday, May 4, 2012, 01:50 PM
I have a momma cat her name is Boo-Boo and she had 5 kittens they're 8 wks today. My kids named them Sarabi, Yogi, Nala, Chata and Peep-squeak. This morning I let them play in the yard since I was outside I felt they were ok, but I had to move my truck and I didn't see Peep-squeak and I ran over her. I closed her eyes and had to removed her before my kids get home. I feel terrible, and it hurts so much. How can I tell my daugther her favorite baby is gone and its my fault. I don't know how to deal with this.
Terri wrote:
Sunday, April 29, 2012, 01:24 PM
Our Lilac-Point Siamese Cat, Pizzazz, die Nov. 9th of Cardiomyopathy.(a heart disease) His body temperature dropped & dropped a few days or so before he died 7 kept dropping & Pizzazz would go off away from us in the house. He died under a wood wardrobe. He was only 6 & was personality-plus, a jumper,& very affectionate. We have another Siamese & we got another one, too. This heart disease has no cure & is probably genetic. Pizzazz was from a line of a famous actress cats'(on the cat's mom's side) but I don't know anything about the dad's side. The mom had papers but none for the dad. It was horrible watching him die. We had fluid drained from him twice & gave him meds. I just hope the people (I lost their name & number) have stopped mating cats. She said she wasn't a breeder when I bought the cat. You have to have your cats genetically tested & I'm sure that's expensive to test for this & other diseases. And yes, I have had shelter cats & stray cats, too in the past. Anyway, everyday I think of Pizzazz & still miss him. So does my husband.He slept under the covers w/me most of the time or on top of me & rubbed his face against my husband's face. He had stopped playing( the other cat tried to get him to play w/her) & only batted at a shoelace once. {I never found this web-site before 'til today or would've posed much sooner}. This was such a tragic thing. 6 years old was all he was...I still cry when I think of him. He was a beautiful & loving cat. He loved everyone. Heaven will not be heaven w/o him or my other Siamese, Razzmatazz, who I had before Pizzazz.
Marissa wrote:
Friday, April 27, 2012, 10:41 PM
My beautiful puppy (10 years old) passed away today. I feel so numb to the world as well as alone. He was my best friend. I know I will survive but not having him by my side will be the toughest thing I have ever been faced with. He was my rock through all of my troubles and never once judged me or 'hated' me. He was my pal. I know Jesus took him to a beautiful place in the blue skies above. Lord, please take care of my baby boy. He is so special.
Daniel wrote:
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Melinda wrote:
Sunday, April 8, 2012, 01:09 AM
I buried my 17 year old Red point himalayan this morning,he passed at about 7-8am... I layed him on the floor next to my bed last night as I knew he was near the time,I heard him take a deep breath at about 5 am or so. Will miss him and hope he comes to visit me before it is my time to go, he always worshiped the ground I walked on, unconditionally until the end.
Sue wrote:
Saturday, April 7, 2012, 11:17 PM
Yesterday, Easter Saturday I drove over our beloved cat because I was in a hurry and did not take the time to reverse the car our slowly. I killed her. Have been mourning since. She died in the carpark at the vet clinic. I was supposed to be out camping with my sons and husband but opted out and was on my way to have coffee with a friend after cleaning my house. I am also in my last stage of cancer and Geogia was with me every day I was bed ridden after Chemo treatment and always with me when I was sad and alone. I ask that God take care of her until I meet her and all my beloved pets when my time comes soon. I still don't understand as to why things happen for a reason, but my son is yet to find out this afternoon (Easter Sunday) that his Geogia will no longer be sleeping in his room... I have memories that linger since we picked her up as the runt of the litter that turned into a beautiful princess. God Bless her Soul. Just want to see her to know she is Ok....
Greita wrote:
Saturday, April 7, 2012, 06:02 PM
My mother died in August 2009. She was an avid gardener. She often talked of the dog Ring she had when she was a little girl who always went fishing with her. I dreamed of her one night working in a beautiful garden. She was young - not 79 like she was when she died - but in her 30s or 40s. In the sunshine with her was a little dog. I believe that was Ring.
Jane wrote:
Wednesday, April 4, 2012, 08:20 PM
Dear God: Please let Chet go to
heaven without any pain. She is
such a sweet parakeet and has a
tumor growing in her tummy. Please, please do not let her die
in pain. I am your humble servant
always. Jane
Diana wrote:
Wednesday, April 4, 2012, 01:26 PM
My beloved Border Collie, Rex, who had been my most loved friend since I was 8-years old, died when I was 22-years old. My mother died when I was 40-years old and during the first month after her death I had a VERY vivid dream - it was a black & white horizon, on which my mother's silhouette was walking from right to left and from the lefthand side came the silhouette of my Rex, running towards my mother in an absolute paroxysm of joy. This MAY have been my subconscious sending me a "healing" message, but I prefer to think of it as a true message of hope for what will happen when I die.
Billie Jo Farmer wrote:
Thursday, March 29, 2012, 01:15 PM
TJ was 8 years old , my life, He was a poodle. It is so hard to try to go on without him. Irealize he is not with me and I break down. I know he is in heaven playing with my daughter who died almost 21 years ago at only one day old. They r waiting for me together. 12-3-2003 --3-26-2012
billie Jo Farmer wrote:
Thursday, March 29, 2012, 01:09 PM
My dog TJ had to be put down on 3-26-2012. It was one of the hardest things to do. I loved him like he was my son. It was so hard to say goodbye. I had him cremated so I could always have him with me.
Jason wrote:
Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 11:30 PM
I lost a guinea pig this week and it has been so incredibly hard. I prayed that her soul would live on and that she would find eternal peace in Paradise, and this site comforted me greatly. Please pray for her. I am very thankful to all of you good people on this website
Margaret Anderson wrote:
Saturday, March 10, 2012, 01:04 PM
I believe with all my heart that animals go to heaven. I lost my beloved Shih Tzu, Buddy, to congestive heart failure on January 12, 2012. The night after he died, he appeared to me. I know this was real and not something I imagined. I believe that sometimes when our grief is so overwhelming, God sends us a sign that our loved one is okay. Buddy was my entire life for 11 1/2 years. We were always together 24-7 and we went through so much together. He was always there for me, and I loved him with my whole heart. I know without a doubt that he is waiting for me in heaven, and I will see him again forever.
pamela gori wrote:
Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 01:41 AM
i lost my beloved dogs Queenie and Rosie only 8 weeks apart due to their seperate ilnesses. Queenie was 13yrs when i adopted her from the animal hospital where i work in the kennel. i will never forget how she would follow me with her eyes everywhere i went.i had soo much love for her,like a baby.Even with her bad backand week legs, it was an honor totake her everywhere we went. along with us was Rosie in the front seat. she was like a dingo. beautifull darkred fawn- i used to call her wild at heart becouse of her independence. theres not a day that goes by that i dont think of them. cry for them. and pray to them. to all who have lost, my prayers are with you and with me. believe that god would not be so cruel to seperate you from them forever. there wil be a joyous meeting someday-have faith
Peter bull wrote:
Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 04:49 PM
I lost my dog Tara in 1995, it broke my heart people including nuns,you won't see her again,I prayed earnestly and two people gave me this scripture in Romans 8 verses 18 to 22 , For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.for the earnest expectation of the creation eagerly waits for the revealing of the sons of God. For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of Him who subjected it in hope; because the creation itself also will be * delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God. For we know that the whole creation groans and labours with birth pangs together until now. So don't worry you will see your pets again, GOD is good but we all suffer because of sin.
Aaron wrote:
Monday, February 20, 2012, 03:09 AM
My beloved friend and loyal companion of 13.5 years passed away Feb. 17, 2012. Her name was Fluffy, and she was half beagle/half austrailian shepherd. She had a heart of gold. Not once in 13.5 years did she ever growl or offer to bite anyone. She absolutely loved people. In the summer of 2009, I was on vacation, and received a call stating that Fluffy was very ill and unable to walk. I immediately loaded up my car and began the 800 mile drive home. As soon as I returned home, I took her to the animal hospital. There, I was informed that she had heart worms and kidney failure. The vet told me that she would be lucky to live a year. I changed Fluffy's diet and made sure that she took medication daily, and she improved and was doing great until the other day. Without any notice, Fluffy began having difficulty breathing, increased heartbeat, et. al. I rushed her to the animal hospital. Bloodwork and X-Rays showed that she was retaining fluid in her abdomen and her heart had enlarged. Her blood pressure was extremely high, but her circulation was poor. The vet informed me that she was dying. I pled with the vet to do something--anything. She talked to me and told me that I could watch Fluffy suffer over a couple of hours or let her go then. Painfully, I authorized the vet to euthenize her to save her the agony she was experiencing and to which she would succomb over the next couple of hours. I am devastated. I have been depressed and cried countless tears. I pray that I will one day be reunited with Fluffy. I truly love her, and it is killing me to be separated from her. We shared a friendship over the last 13.5 years that is indescribable. I'm a police officer, and for several years, my dog has watched me come and go--day or night shift. When everyone else was gone in my life, she remained to bid me farewell and greet me once again. Now I feel lost. I love you, Fluffy (July 1998 - Feb. 17, 2012).
Maida wrote:
Friday, February 3, 2012, 02:50 AM
In all my years i never knew what love for family meant. Until i met Walle.
My past was dark and the type of household i came from was and never will be worth mentioning. I took towards the future and decided i would find the peace of mind i never had. I was new to the world. Living in my own apartment fending for myself. I met my boyfriend that same year. And all was great. But the day that we met walle, made it all worth what i was working for. A loving family.
I got a call early in the morning from my cousin. He told me he had seen the neighbors tie up a little puppy in the front yard without food or water. He was left to fend for himself. For two days the puppy tried to find shade under neath a truck while it was still tied up. The Arizona heat wave could kill anything living and breathing in less than an hour. At one point, the puppy was sleeping behind the truck tire when the owners were backing up. If it wasnt for my cousin who made them stop, the puppy would have been dead. They just grabbed him and put him aside and went on there way. finally the next day, my cousin had enough. He got close to the dog and saw his ribs sticking out. He was going to die, if nothing was done to save him. My cousin instinctively untied the rope from the puppys neck and put him in the car and drove to my apartment. The puppy was so scared on the way to my home, that he bit my cousins wife on the hand. 20 minutes later i got a knock at the door. I opened the door to my cousin and a little beagle basset mix who just walked right in to my apartment and started snooping around. I bathed him, fed him and gave him plenty of water until his belly couldnt take no more.That same day my boyfriend saw walle and immediately fell in love with him. It took me a while to figure out what would fit this little guy who was saved from bieng killed by the hands of uncaring bad people. Then i thought about a movie that truly was touching. Walle the movie. Walle was a lonely robot looking for love and only wanted to be excepted. My puppy would be Walle. A little guy who wanted to be loved and excepted. God is good, because walle and i found each other. And it was fit to last. Its going to be 3 years now. Walle is now 2 years old going to be 3 in may. Hes a big fat boy who scratches his own back by rolling in the grass and waiting for whatever falls off my dinner plate. My boyfriend is walles papa. We have all been together since the day walle came to us. Walle now has three other members of the family he plays with. They are his family as well. We are all a family. We will never forget how we all found each other, for it makes us strong and gives meaning to life. This is what god wants from us. To live a meaningful life surrounded by those we love. To recieve love and to give it. Walle will forever be the start of our family and we will always cherish the strength he gave us to strive for better for his sake, his brothers and sisters sake and ours.
Maida wrote:
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 05:26 PM
Since i was a child, i always felt a connection to animals. I was riduculed by family and freinds and always felt they were right. But as a grown woman today i have four dogs and looking to adopt more who need a good forever home. I know and always will know that animals have feelings and souls. It is harsh for someone to say that they are just animals. Those words are to hard for me to hear. If they bleed, than they are more than just animals. I find happiness in them. Everyday i am happy becuase of them. They are my family, my blood. It is selfish and ignorrant to think that humans are the only important ones on this earth. It shows what type of people we truly are in on this planet. If only those around me could see the peace of mind animals give me. The sense of stability and love i never had and love that i know they need from me and all of us. We all desire to be loved and accepted. They desire the same thing. It doesnt matter if we have two legs and they have four, what matters is the soul that lives inside of them and us. God loves all that lives and breathes. And the rejection of a living and breathing thing, is the saddest thing he can see. I know my purpose in life is to care for animals. God gives us all paths to follow and a purpose to live for. Mine has been chosen along with other things in life i will follow. I connect more with an animal than i do a human bieng. And god knows how happy it truly makes me. I am not a bad person for caring for an animal as much as i do. I am simply following gods wishes and caring for those who need us and want us to love them. Always remember that there is no floor plan in what a bieng with a soul should look like. But there is one, for how we love accept those around us, humans and animals alike. Animals and humans, we are one. In the eyes of god and in the heart of this growing planet.
Stephanie F wrote:
Monday, January 23, 2012, 05:39 PM
I love this website. I felt so alone in my beliefs. I am a big hearted, born again Christian. I've always known animals have had souls, even before anyone ever tried to tell me otherwise. I have always had a natural born love and connection to animals and Nature. I even get angry when people talk about how funny it is to pour salt on a slug. I have been given a gift from God to know when something really bad is about to happen. An example would be me telling my sister not to get into a car with a certain person. She didn't listen to me. It came out of my mouth out of no where and she thought I was nuts. She ended up kidnapped... Another example (that removed any doubt from my mind wether animals had souls) is when I was an entire state away from my moms house. She had a little of kittens we all bottle fed when the mom died. When they were about 3 years old, I thought I heard Midnight (one of the boys) meow really loud, like he would if he really wanted something. I felt a wave of panic and called my mom immediately. I was crying on the phone and begged to know what was wrong with Midnight. She was really shocked that I called. She told me he was dying. She found out he was born with a split diaphram and had grown into such a large boy that it tore. He could barely breath so she had to put him down. I believe God let his soul reach me to say goodbye. I'm still a little confused as to how any of that was possible. No one knew until that day anything was wrong with him, and I was no where near home and hadn't contacted anyone. I know animals have souls. They have to. God created them before us, and put a lot of love into creating allll the breathtakingly beautiful (and "ugly" lol) forms. Tell me, what artist would create a masterpiece just to throw it away? People need to quit being so selfish. He is there God too.
Miranda Grace Wic(...) wrote:
Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 10:30 PM
In October I lost my very much loved cat Sarah. She was only a year and seven months old. I miss her so much and the pain never seems to fade, and its hard to go through the day when she was always such a big part of it. I miss her so much, I would do anything for that cat. Her mommy (the cat one)misses her, and her sissy Missy. I gonna miss her following me outside in the summer,fetching sticks(her special talent),drinking out of the birdbath, jumping on window sills demanding to be let in that way. Her hatred of snow, how she loved to snuggle (on her own terms),she'd always give a head bump,(our special thing, hard to explain), her falling asleep upside down in my arms,how she hated to be held(most of the time), how she would only lay on her favorite blanket. That look she would always give me, so full of love and trust. I remember the last time I saw her stalking the birds out in our pasture. I miss her and her quirks very much. I can't think of ever loving another cat as much as I love her. She holds a very special place in my heart. I can't wait to see her again.I really wish i could celebrate your 2nd birthday with you here. I love you baby girl.
-Miranda Wickman
Carla Thompson wrote:
Friday, January 13, 2012, 02:14 PM
I just recently lost my pet and am responsible for her death. It has been very hard in dealing with this guilt and have found your website very helpful, thank you!
Robert and Zemfir(...) wrote:
Wednesday, January 11, 2012, 10:00 PM
Happy New Year from Robert and Zemfira. Still cannot accept our Himalayan Persian Cassie died on 10/25/2011.On 10/2/2011 Cassie appeared okay as he has for 15 years.He then has a seizure,is diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure Stage 2.He was given a new diet but got progressively worse and died in 3 weeks.Our experienced vet said Cassie died possibly of a brain tumor due to his seizure.Cassie died so fast especially around the hoilday season.I also feel that Cassie spent his 1st Thanksgiving and Christmas in Heaven.We miss him so much. We love him and pray for him.I am sure God knows the Love and total commitment to Cassie for 15 years.Please contact us with your comments. We would enjoy having your support.
Chris M wrote:
Friday, December 23, 2011, 09:28 PM
Merry Christmas to:
Pooperbelly, Jasper, Buddy, JayJay, and Honey. I miss and Love all of you so much. This will be "Honeys" first Christmas in Heaven. In Loving Memory of all of you. I Love You. Mama
Aubrey wrote:
Friday, December 16, 2011, 00:34 AM
I lost an animal of mine, a guinea pig that wasn't even a year old. I've had guinea pigs before that lived for many years and I felt like I failed my dear guinea in someway, like I was supposed to protect her and I wasn't doing something right. I coped with this feeling by knowing that God wouldn't have taken my guinea if it was not her time to go and that I wasn't necessarily doing anything wrong. I took very good care of her and I'm glad I can feel like that instead of feeling guilty for blaming myself for doing something wrong. I was happy knowing she was with God and that was my comfort. My "friend" contacted me the other day and when I told him I was having a bit of a hard time with not having my little girl around (my guinea, Gwenith) but that knowing she was in Heaven helped so much, instead of being supportive he wanted to tell me that "for my information, animals don't go to Heaven" his proof to back it up, the simpsons. At first I was very offended. I couldn't imagine someone knowing you are in pain and adding to it by saying something so unsettling. I eventually just laughed at him. He obviously doesn't know the passion in God's love for EVERYTHING he created. I can only imagine God wants to spend his days with all his creations, humans and animals. I know if I'm having a bad day all I have to do is look at one of my animals and they make me laugh. That's too much happiness to leave out of Heaven. God has assured me in my heart that all my dear babies that have passed on are very much taken care of by his hands. I have to say, I've never been hurt by an animal like I've been hurt by a human. Haha, I think my so called friend had no room to talk and needs to know God and his work a little better before he goes around flaunting his "facts". This website was so sweet and helpful to look through and I enjoyed it so much! God Bless you all and your beautiful hearts!!! -Aubrey 16, USA South Carolina.
russell and susan(...) wrote:
Thursday, December 1, 2011, 12:59 PM
we lost our snoopy today,he was a beautiful rottweiler who was very devoted to his family,we will always love him and miss him very much,the only thing thats easing our pain is to know that he is at peace now and free from pain,snoopy will have plenty of company in heaven with his babies,brothers and his mum and dad,one day we will all be together again untill then we will miss you very much handsome boy lots of love,cuddles and licks from dad and mam xxxxxx
Cora Morana wrote:
Thursday, December 1, 2011, 02:35 AM
Hi, what a wonderful site. Thank you!I do believe that animals have a soul and go to heaven after they leave this earth. I've done research on this topic. I've read a book and countless articles on the internet. My Akida also came to me in my dreams and sent me other signs after she passed away. I lost my beloved dog Akida in May 11,2011.I was devestated and grieving hard for a long time.I'm just starting to feel better.I'll never get over losing her.However,I have solace in knowing that I will see her again some day.
Robin wrote:
Monday, November 28, 2011, 06:00 PM
I just lost my five-month old puppy, Nugget, to kidney disease. He was born prematurely, and the vets think he had a congenital problem. I took over his care when he was a month old, and bottle fed him like a real baby. He was a fighter and grew quickly after that. But it was God's plan to have him here only a little while. He brought such joy to my life while he was here. And now I miss him terribly. I am very thankful that I found this site. I wanted so much to believe that I would see him and my other pets again in Heaven. And now I can believe without doubt. I am a Christian, but I do not know the Bible very well. While I will alwasy miss him, it does help to know that I will be reunited with him and my other pets. I miss you, Nugget, my sweet little man.
Susan wrote:
Saturday, November 19, 2011, 11:13 AM
I lost my beloved cat Rusty yesterday, 11/18/2011. He was losing weight, and found that he had thyroid trouble and had been on medicine for about a year. Than his kidneys started giving him trouble. He never seemed to gain that much weight again. He fought to stay with us, eating and drinking until just recently and he could barely walk. I had to make the awful decision of putting him to sleep as well. I felt this was the best decision for him, even though I hated doing it. I miss him so much, but am happy he is not suffering anymore. I hated to see him sick. I hope and pray that we will see each other again someday. I love you Rusty, you're always in my heart, until we meet again, Shibiloo. Say hi to Chewbacca and Madison too!
Sue Marie Nazaren(...) wrote:
Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 09:51 AM
I am so excited to have found this website! I believe that animals go to heaven with all my heart and soul and searching for proof and finding it brings me so much joy that I'm bursting with happiness and tears. I know that God has given me a job or a mission of some sort for the animals.I pray so hard for the strays and for the abused. It hurts me that people in other countries eat dogs and cats. It hurts me to see the animals waiting to be slaughtered at the packing plants.The older I get, the more sensitive I become on these subjects and I search for answers.....
Joan wrote:
Thursday, November 10, 2011, 07:14 PM
I lost my beloved Sheltie, Chelsea 3 yeas ago and my horse, Smokey one year ago. Both were extrordinary and the loves of my life. I will miss them both every day until we are together again. I wanted to share a website that I found helpful; It's a place to post memorials of our beloved pets. It is a tremendous source of comfort to not only make a permenant memorial for your pet, but you can read about others who share your love of animals. These dear people will visit your pets page on their birthday and death anniversary to wish you well. I cannot say enough about this site. I was also blessed by my friends and family who purchased books "proving" what I had hoped regarding pets in heaven. Personally, I look forward to the day when we will all be together again. Thanks to you people for this site and please stop by to sign Smoke's guestbook! God bless us all...
Valerie wrote:
Sunday, October 30, 2011, 09:18 PM
My beloved cat Benji died four days ago. He was nearly 16 and was the love of my life. He got sick 18 months ago with diabetes but got better then he had Thyroid trouble and the final thing was his heart. He was so brave and fought to stay alive with the help of his wonderful vet but laast week I had to make the awful decision to have him put to sleep. I am wracked with guilt although I know there was no other way. Please God let him know how much I loved him and I miss him so much, he was my baby.
God bless and sleep well my darling.
Lauren wrote:
Sunday, October 30, 2011, 07:17 PM
Thank you for reassuring me of what I already knew. I lost my cat Bonnie on Oct. 27th and her twin brother (Clyde) and I miss her so much. We're both trying to accept her loss and to learn how to get along without her....
Chris M wrote:
Saturday, October 29, 2011, 08:49 PM
on the web if you type in Billy Graham on pets in heaven

reading this comforts me, and lots of faith.
mr,mrs thomas wrote:
Wednesday, October 26, 2011, 08:46 AM
we lost our rottweiler billy today(wed 26th oct)he was a very loving boy,a gentle giant who loved playing with children.he was 7yr old last month,please watch him for us lord,he was very precious to us, keep him safe untill we can be together again,he will be with his mam and dad and siblings now and free from pain.GOD BLESS YOU our big boy, we will always love you and miss you very much, love mam and dad xxxxxx
Jennie wrote:
Friday, October 21, 2011, 06:07 AM
I lost mt cat Sapphire (13) yesterday from Cancer. I had lost my other cat Mistey (17) early this year who had heart problems. My heart feels heavy and hurts so much. Sometimes I wonder if this pain will ever go away. I am scaried Sapphire didn't think I wanted her anymore.

I know their both in heaven but when people say pets don't go to heaven it makes me that much more sader and cry unstop because it scares me I will never see them again. I want to thank this site for helping me know Mistey and Sapphire are in heaven and waiting for me. Without you I'd be struggle and wondering if they went to heaven.

I am a christain and I read the Bible but when people tell me that pets dont go to heaven when I know they do its something you can't remove from your mind. Even thought you read gods word and know that everything you loved on earth will be in heaven.

Thank you once again for giving me comfort in knowing my babies are in heaven and waiting for me and my family.
Sum wrote:
Tuesday, October 18, 2011, 07:13 PM
Today i lost my Junior a rotti. It is so comforting to know that he is now with my Mika a boxer who went back to his eternal 10 months ago. They are both best of pal and now they are reunited. But best of all we will all be together with our Lord Jesus. Junior is a playful boy and we will really miss him. Junior we all love you very much and we are going to miss you. Till we meet again. Love always
karla wrote:
Tuesday, October 18, 2011, 06:02 AM
Hi trying to make this long story short. Years ago one of my rotties died. I asked God where was she. I got a message in th bible which said, "whether you are man or beast, the same spirit gave you life and back to the same spirit you will go". When my other rotti died, the whole family heard her walk through the house and stop at every bedroom door. Last year I lost my beautiful pomeranian. I was heart broken but I was comforted knowing that she is with Delilah (rotti) the one he knew before Delilah died. I saw Delilah run through the house a week before Tara died and I knew she was coming for him. God loves everything he created including the animals. I know I will see them again.God is love and love never dies.
Twila Wenger wrote:
Saturday, October 15, 2011, 12:57 PM
Had to put my dog Sox down on 10/13/11. When she was 2 years old she was hit by a car and we were not sure if she was going to make it, but after her joints were fused and pins were put in her legs she made it. We had her with us for 16 years. Over the last few months it was getting more difficult for her to get around and she was licking at her swollen joints constantly. She was just not happy or comfortable. It is a hard thing and my wish was that she would pass naturally. I am hoping we did the right thing and have been praying that she will greet me when I go home to the Lord. Thank you for this site and the hope that I will see her again.
Wendy Freeman wrote:
Saturday, October 15, 2011, 12:42 PM
My beloved three lb Chihuahua,was hit and killed before me,he was a "runner'I loved him so much,his name is Cabo,he went to the Rainbow Bridge on 10/10/11. I LOVE YOU,and miss you beautiful baby boy..Mommie
lisa suhan wrote:
Friday, October 14, 2011, 10:07 PM
My name is Lisa I live in Australia, we had a darling little toy poodle puppy who was born on the 19 May 2011. She was diagnosed with a large heart murmour at 6 weeks old. We were told an operation to repair this would cost $3500. We managed to come up with $2500, unfortunately 2 days ago she started to cough, so we took her to our vet who put her onto medication to relieve the fluid on her lungs. However she gradually became worse over a few hours. She passed away in our arms at 3pm on the 14 October(aged 5 months) she gave us so much joy in such little time her name is Ebony. I didnt realise i could cry so much. I hope she is waiting for me and didnt suffer too much when passing. I Love You baby girl fly with the angels you are now at peace my darling girl xxx
Dorita Smith wrote:
Thursday, September 29, 2011, 01:27 PM
I am so happy I found this site. This is just awesome. Thank you.
Forest Ostrander wrote:
Thursday, September 15, 2011, 11:55 PM
March 10th, 2010, my dog Bullet, she is Germanshepherd died from suffering from heart cancer. I spent what little time I could with her, I was by her side at night time, I talked to her and petted her, I tried feeding and watering her, I even used a towl to help me lift her up while she went to the bathroom, and everytime, this is what I said to her "If you do have to leave me Bullet, just let me know, I will say my goodbye's and send you on your way with my heart and love to guied you on your trip to heaven to meet up with your brother Bullet #1 and ur other brothers and sisters, but please let me know" and I went back to trying to nurse her back to health, I was going to do my best to make her confertable. When my grandma went to go take her to the vets, I was at school, when I came home, grandma said to me "Is someone missing Forest?" and I knew she was missing, but I thought that she was getting better at the vet, but I am a good face reader and grandma's look told me all, but I refused to bealieve that Bullet was gone and I said "Ya, Bullet, is she all right?" and thats when grandma broke down crying and I knew the answer, I knew all along that she wasn't going to make it, but I was also stubborn to bealieve that a healthy dog could not live through it, and grandma siad "She is now Forest, we sent her home" and I knew she meant 'put to sleep' and I broke down crying, Bullet never told me she was ready and I never trully got to say goodbye to her and the words took a while to sink in but when they did, the tears came, I could not hold them back any longer and grandma took me in her arms and held me close and together we cired our hearts out. That night, I went to bed and in my dreams, Bullet came to me and I began crying again and I said to her "Why Bullet? Why did you not tell me? I could have been there more for you" but the look she gave me told me that she was comming to tell me that it was her time to go, she did come and tell me, and I knew then that I needed to keep my end of the deal and I kneeled down and wrapped my arms around her sofy neck, feeling the fur as if she were still alive, my tears soaking her soft fur that now smelled like flowers and spring and I said "I love you Bullet, and I will never forget you" and when I pulled back, she game me one last kiss and then headed off in the direction of some light, and before she went in, she looked back at me one last time and wagged her tail, letting her tounge hang out and I smiled through tears and said "Goodbye girl, wait for me" and she faced the light and ran into it and from that moment on, I knew she was crossing rainbow bridge. When the light was gone, I was left alone, in that lonely open field, the grass felt soft when the wind blew it and I cried, and in the wind I faintly head Jesus's voice and he said "She will be with you forever" and it was gone as fast as it came, and the next moment, I wake up to my room and head back off to school, my heart still heavy and raw, but I was glad I was able to see her and say goodbye.

I had to say goosbye to other babies before Bulley #2 and each one was worse then the other, but it always ended with me saying goodbye to them in my dreams and watching them leave me behind with only thier memories with me. Each one I have saved from many hardships or got from someone's house and I have given them all my love and heart and cared for them deeply. My heart is still raw today and If I see even one photo of one of them, the memories of them and how they died comes back to me and I live it all over again and cry once more, my heart has yet to heal but I do not bealieve it ever will.
Jimmy wrote:
Monday, September 12, 2011, 11:21 AM
Yesterday morning Sept 11th at 8:20am I lost my best pal. She was a 13yr old Rott. My big girl Buggsy was the only thing I care about and I really can't deal with the fact that we will not do all the things together that made us one. What really bothers me most is the fact that other than some poems somebody wrote to make us feel better, or some opinions & made up stories in the bible, there is no actual proof that my big girl is happy in some field running just waiting for me to get there. Everything is just based on "having faith" and hoping that when we die, we will see them.. I don't mean to come off so anti-religion & offend others, but really with all the so called pastors & clergy saying "animals have no souls & wont be in heaven" & others saying they do. What the hell am I supposed to feel? It just really sucks and is unfair that the life span of stupid humans goes miles past some innocent animal. I guess I've always been the "show me" and then I'll belive type... I just really need to know she's there waiting more than I ever wanted anything in my life. Sorry again for bringing my sad chapter in life to all of you here.
Melody Welch wrote:
Friday, September 9, 2011, 10:22 AM
On 08-24-11 I had to let go of my precious baby Katie. She was in pain, and there was no cure. It was so hard to lose her, but knowing that she is with my other pets that have gone ahead of her, and that they will all be there when I go to Heaven, helps with the pain.
kim wrote:
Tuesday, September 6, 2011, 06:37 AM
we lost our beloved cat "Buddy" late last heart is so full of sadness, i know that everything has a time and purpose on this earth..but i am so saddened..he was 13 years old, and i used to jokingly, refer to him as the "Boss" he was the ruler of the naturally, this is hard..i have no doubt in my heart that i will see him again, God is loving and merciful and i know that He wouldn't just take my little friend out of my life and that be the end..i just have to work through this grief, and hold my good memories close to my heart..
Chris M wrote:
Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 09:52 PM
In Memory of Honey, euthenized 8.11.11 You were a Beautiful and wonderful companion, Thank You for your years of making me laugh and smile.You did your job. Now Be free, til I see you again. I Love You. Chris
DeliverTheWord, a(...) wrote:
Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 09:50 AM
My user name is DeliverTheWord it is my dream to build a no kill shelter for all Animals. Because I believe in stewardship that was given to mankind over all the earth. I believe in that power, authority, and dominion that is not the man or woman, him or herself, but the power that works in the believer. I am from Texas and so much land exists here to build such a place of refuge but I am waiting on the vision (the place) and the provision (Jehovah Jireh)
Pat Stansby wrote:
Tuesday, July 19, 2011, 04:20 AM
This site has helped me. I had to have my cat put to sleep yesterday as she had suffered a stroke and was paralysed. It really hurt but after reading about other owners on this site it has helped me to know that Poppy is in heaven. She gave us much joy in the 16 years we had her. She was rescued as the wole family of kittens were going to be drowned. She had feelings and was a really lovely animal, caring and understanding. In one of the Psalms it says; 'let everything that has breath praise the Lord'. God used animals a lot in the bible so animals are a part of God's plan.
Philly wrote:
Wednesday, July 6, 2011, 10:32 PM
This is eatxcly what I was looking for. Thanks for writing!
Melissa wrote:
Wednesday, June 29, 2011, 05:41 AM
Yesterday I found my sweet bunny Trixie dead in her cage. She was only two years old. It was very unexpected she did not show any signs of distress the days before she died. I do not know what she died of, but I know she is very missed by my husband and I and our cats who loved to play with her. I will miss petting her soft fur and how she loved to play with and tease the cats. I will miss seeing her hop around the house and do flips when she would get really excited.Most of all I miss holding her close to my chest and having her snuggle her little head in my arm. Her life was to short but I have comfort in knowing I will see her again. I miss you so much Trixie! R.I.P.
Bente and Wilfred(...) wrote:
Thursday, June 16, 2011, 09:44 AM
We lost our dear little poodle Mortimer Sunday June 12 - just 7 years young. This our fourth dear dog missing plus several lovely birds. We have now a extremely heavy time, and our hope is to meet all of them again in heaven - and that, of course, we all will remember each others then.
richard wrote:
Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 05:18 PM
Is this web site serios.. Thank you so much for the laugh
Dave Morris wrote:
Sunday, June 12, 2011, 00:38 AM
I thank you for your beautiful site. I have just lost my beloved Lhasa tonight, Snuggles. She passed at home at the age of 14 yrs, 3 mons, 5 days. My heart is broken but I find comfort in the knowledge that I will see her again one day, and that she will be waiting for me as she always did, right by the front 'door', wagging her tail, smiling her crooked-tooth smile, thrilled to see me and ready to eat and play and give love. I miss her to death already, like a storm has clouded my heart, but know now that death has not cheated me of her presence for all time. Thank You. God Bless You.
Maria wrote:
Thursday, June 9, 2011, 11:45 AM
Thank you for your beautiful site. We lost our Moey last night to cancer...he was 8 yrs old. He was the most loving, caring dog I ever knew. The grief is so overwhelming I honestly don't know how I will live without him. My only comfort at this time is to know we will be together again one day and it will be forever. Our love for each other is so strong we will find each other again. My heart and prayers go out to everyone who has lost their dearest furry children and friends. God Bless You All.
natasha wrote:
Saturday, May 21, 2011, 11:18 PM
I lost my beloved rabbit gizmo last night aged 8 months.
At the moment i am in a lot of mourning and just want to give him another cuddle
Chloe wrote:
Wednesday, May 18, 2011, 06:01 PM
Because I am only a fourteen year old girl, people expect me to be reluctant to comprehend things. But what they doth realize - I research. I know that God would want our little furry companions to have a place heaven. When I asked my very religious friends their views on this subject, they say 'Animals don't go to heaven or hell. They just die.' My response? 'I'll take my dog Charlie in my backpack to heaven if I have to. I know animals go to heave. God wouldn't have created them to be on earth if they didn't have a place to go.' Thank you for finally answering my question I have wondered about since I was 7.
Ails Clarke wrote:
Tuesday, May 17, 2011, 04:01 PM
Thankyou so much for this wonderful page. I have just been told today by a fellow Christian that I will never see my darling little cat Alfie (who passed away through being poisoned on Saturday 14th May 2011...his 2nd Birthday) again as animals have no soul and will not go to Heaven. Your site has helped calm the great anguish I have been suffering all day. Thankyou so much again. RIP Alfie, my precious baby. x
Brad Lo Galbo wrote:
Monday, May 16, 2011, 11:41 AM
It has been 2 weeks now since our beloved dog Rachel passed away suddenly.We are all sad and missing our sweet little girl. we have comfort knowing we will see her again in heaven. Our hearts are heavy but our memories live on and until we meet in heaven Rachel we will always think of you with great memories. We know you are playing with our other dogs who have gone before you, buffy,jody,charlie and Mia. Arianna told her mommy Erica that you are okay and playing with her in Heaven. God Bless You Rachel, Love Daddy, Mommy, Stpehen and Logan and Your Brother Bandit...
Norma wrote:
Saturday, May 14, 2011, 00:07 AM
This is the 4th day of grief since losing my beloved dog, Butter on Monday. She was only 8 and had developed epilepsy a year and a half ago. She was being treated by a specialist, but cluster seizures took over and her poor brain could take no more. My grief is overwhelming and my other dog grieves as well. Reading your page and knowing that the Pope professed animals to have souls and will be in Heaven gives me more hope. I know that sometimes I am nieve when it comes to my Christianity, but I truly believe in my heart that God will reunite me with my beloved ones who have given me the greatest joys in my life. Thank you so very, very much.
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Shaaron wrote:
Thursday, May 5, 2011, 11:08 AM
I have many pets (dogs, cats and horses)awaiting my arrival in Heaven.
Pet Care wrote:
Thursday, April 28, 2011, 04:57 AM
Great site
Dina Nesbitt wrote:
Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 05:15 PM
My name is Dina Nesbitt and I just had to put my Guapo to sleep on April 26 2011. He fought for a year to live. He was so brave to keep trying to overcome his illnesses. Through it all he was so loving to me. God taught me such dedication and love. He leaves his wife Bandit and son Goku behind along with his mom Kitty and brother Batman. They look for him. The house is quieter now. Yet I know animals go to heaven. I was alerted of his illness by the Lord before it happened so I could be prepared and pray for him. God loves all His creation and all spirit goes back to Him (Ec 12). I know Guapo is walking on Golden streets. Before he passed I annointed his little head and paws. God saw to it to give us one last night of good health so he could fall asleep in my arms and give me his last little kisses. Thank you Father.
Cheyenne wrote:
Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 04:40 PM
Hi I'm so glad I've found a site like this! I've found alot of things in the bible about animals and have been persuading my momma to believe that animals have souls. Revelations really made my day when I saw the verses about the _horses_ and their riders. Anyway, I felt the need to post this, God bless ya'll! :)
Mark wrote:
Sunday, April 24, 2011, 11:43 AM
i cant yet. its been 27 days since Milo took that train so...maybe later
Heather wrote:
Thursday, April 21, 2011, 12:03 PM
I have always believed it. This is a wonderful site, very reassuring to those animal lovers with doubts. Keep up the good work and word! God bless! xxx
Ben wrote:
Monday, April 18, 2011, 11:05 PM
My baby girl entered Jesus' arms last summer. She was diagnosed with IMHA, a disease that is becoming more popular in dogs. I have been denying my pain and hiding my deep depression. I loved my Katie so much. She was the best dog the world has ever seen. To lose her only at five years is so painful. Sometimes I feel like it is my fault. I love her so much. I feel like I cannot go on. This website has provided me more comfort than any others. Thank you so much. God Bless You and please pray that I may get to see Katie again.
Cynthia W. Wright wrote:
Saturday, April 16, 2011, 07:28 PM
Love your site. Just found it today when I saw (again) how the baby seals are being clubbed and skinned. We need to speak out more against this atrocity. These people have blood on their hands. Surely God would never sanction these activitis!
Martha wrote:
Thursday, March 24, 2011, 05:43 PM
I know my precious pets are in heaven and yes,,, they have a soul.. On 3-16-2011 I had to have my beautiful cat "CALI" only 10 yrs old,, put to sleep... Cancer from a feline leukemia shot. I stil kiss her picture every morning and night and still tell her I love her. I have also had a couple of my deceased pets souls visit me. They are God's creatures , just like we are.
Martin wrote:
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, 02:43 PM
On Sunday 13 March my best furry fluff ball lost his fight with cancer and has gone to heaven to be with his cuddle buddy Tigger, whom I lost on the 7th February.

You will both be missed but never forgotten.

Zoe and Kyle (my human children)miss you guys and often ask about you. Where is Wiggy and Furball? I tell them that you guys have got no more pain and are chasing mice in heaven.

Rest in peace my furry friends. God Bless.
Laura wrote:
Saturday, March 19, 2011, 11:59 AM
I had to put my wonderful and beloved cat stripes to sleep yesterday 3-18-11 after she had a stroke which left her paralyed in her left front leg and was entering early stage of congestive heart failure , you are never truly prepared to let your loved ones go but I know in my heart and soul the Lord is looking out for her and keeping her safe until her mommy comes home to Heaven to be with her once again in the new World the Lord will create. I miss you so much babygirl mommy loves and misses you terribly.
EDYrose wrote:
Thursday, March 10, 2011, 05:32 PM
I resently lost my dog of 14 years CHESTER..he is in no pain now..hes in deaths sleep and his spirit is with JESUS some day when CHEIST creates the new earth I will be there and I will see chester again..put your trust and FAITH in JESUS thats what its about by our FAITH mountains move lives get saved and we and animals have life eternal..
donna wrote:
Thursday, March 10, 2011, 02:24 PM
I received this at work and had to forward it to my home where I can read, weep, and I know my dog is with our Lord. Thank you
Tracey wrote:
Sunday, March 6, 2011, 01:40 PM
I have always believed animals go to heaven. And I lost my parakeet, Daisy, Friday, 3-4-11 because of health issues. Daisy is now singing in heaven with the rest of God's beautiful birds but it sure is hard losing our precious pets. I got to hold Daisy in my hands for awhile before she died and she looked at me like she knew she was leaving soon...I miss and love you Daisy...
Ray Berto wrote:
Thursday, February 24, 2011, 10:18 PM
My wife & myself had to put our beloved pet dog) to sleep Tuesday 2/22/11. Her name was Misty & she was 14 years & 5 months old. Misty had health problems. Misty will be missed & we know we will see her again. We cry off & on; We expect to see her in the house or the back yard. Misty was very loving & she knew when one of us wasn't feeling good. Before we put her to sleep it was like she knew her time was up & was saying her good byes to us. Please PRAY for us; it hurts so bad!!!
GOD-BLESS Ray & Karen
P.S. Thank you for your web site.
Janice & Keith wrote:
Tuesday, February 22, 2011, 09:46 PM
Yesterday, we had to put our 19 year old calico, Dixie, to sleep. She was suffering from heart failure and kidney disease. Nobody could have asked for a better kitty. She was gentle, sweet & loving & always the little lady. Our hearts are broken & our lives will never be the same. But I do believe she is with her younger "sister" Binky & that together they are romping & playing in a world where there is no more pain & unlimited tomorrows. I know we will all be together again in that wonderful Place & God will wipe away all our tears. Lord, please watch over our fur babies until we can join them again. Dixie & Binky, we will love you forever.
Jackson L. Coots wrote:
Sunday, February 20, 2011, 11:12 PM
Today my heart is broken. Yesterday my "Furry Footed Baby Girl" Daisy, my 12 year old long hair tabby cat lost her battle with kidney failure. I know she is in Heaven with Redrick her brother (3-2009), Elivs her bassett hound brother (6-2009), & Kidd her other feline brother (2-2001). Lord please take care of my Baby Girl, I know she is in Heaven, but I already miss her so and even if I had her 100 years it would still be too short! Please LORD, remind her how much her family loves & misses her and we look forward to the day when we will all be together again. We Love You Daisy, Redrick, Elvis, & Kidd. GOD Bless you!

Dad, Mom, Peyton, & Smokey
Ellen wrote:
Tuesday, February 8, 2011, 09:53 PM
After my beloved Saradog went home to be with the Lord at the age of 19 years, I had
re-occurring dream that I was walking around a huge house looking for her and each time I would see her she would turn a corner of a room just out of my sight and as I would turn the corner she would go around the next corner just out of my sight then I would come to the bottom of a staircase and looking up I would see her looking down at me from the top of the stairs,and then I would be at the top of the staircase but she would go around another corner just out of my sight again and that is when I would wake up. I had that dream many times for about 3 years. I believe it was a vision sent to me from the Lord telling me that Sara was with Him she was safe and that I would see her again. I am really thankful that My Jesus loves me enough to give me the desires of my heart. I love Him so very much.
Martin wrote:
Monday, February 7, 2011, 02:22 PM
What a fantastic website!!

On Saturday 5 February 2011 we had to have our faithfull, energetic and fun-loving Tigger (cat) put down as he suddenly suffered from a heart condition and he could not breath properly any more.

We had him treated by the vet and in his last week he just got worse. It broke my heart to take him to the vet on Saturday evening, accompanied by my 5 year old daughter Zoe. She was allowed to say good bye to him and then we left him there.

Very early the next morning I had a dream, where I watched him eat a whole plate of food and he loved it! (Tigger had not eaten for the last five days). With this I knew he was in heaven and just wanted to show me that he was all better now.

Rest in peace my furry friend. God Bless.
Shirley Berghorn wrote:
Friday, February 4, 2011, 01:32 PM
I just had to have my dog Sprite put to sleep he was only 6 years old. The vet thinks it was neurological. He couldn't walk hardly anymore. I am hurting so bad at his loss. I did not buy him - in laws no longer wanted him and so at 5 months he became mine. It was done yesterday and I so want to believe he is in heaven and no longer hurting.
Jennie wrote:
Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 12:29 PM
I want to thank you guys for making this site. I wrote a few days ago about my cat Mistey who I lost.

After reading the different stories on this site and visting the links. I know in my heart Mistey is in Heaven and waiting for me.

When she past away I took it so hard she was part of me for 17 years and I still am grieving for her each and every day. My heart will never be whole again. It was so hard because I was so scaried because people told me pets and even young babies and kids dont go to heaven and it made me feel worse about losing her and it hurt so much more.

But after reading this site, and even reading through my bible. I believe it was a sign from god telling me Mistey is in heaven with my grandma, Jesus and all the angels and is waiting for myself and my parents.

Even thought it will be almost a week tomorrow snice she's gone to be with the lord, I am still hurting and geriving but just knowing shes with god helps me get through each and every day.

I just wanted to say God Bless. You are turly wonderful people. You have helped me get through this tough time.
Christy Mattingly wrote:
Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 05:22 AM
I know my babies are in Heaven. Since 2001, I've lost Katie, Hannah, L.B. & Hallie - I have no doubt I will see them again.
Jennie wrote:
Monday, January 31, 2011, 01:02 PM
I lost my 17 year old cat Mistey a few days ago. I had her since I was 8 and within a month or so I'll be 25. So she's been with me for 17 years of my life. It's been hard on myself and my parents. She was my 1st pet. I believe with all my heart and after looking at this site shes gone to heaven to be with Jesus and is waiting for me and my parents.

However even though I know shes in heaven and I am a christain I still feel this pain inside and can't stop crying. Does it ever get easier? Does she think I put her down because I didnt want her anymore? She was sick and was slowly sufficating because her lungs were filling with fluids. With her age there was nothing the vet could do. Even though I did was best for her Will the pain ever stop? Does she know how much I love her and always will. I wish I could get a sign from god so I can know she's ok and he's watching over her until we are reunited.

I have 3 remaining pets another cat and two dogs and I can't image my life without them.
Jennie wrote:
Monday, January 31, 2011, 11:40 AM
I lost my 17 year old cat Mistey a few days ago. I had her since I was 8 and I am not 25. I believe with all my heart and after looking at this site shes gone to heaven to be with Jesus and is waiting for me. However even though I know this I still feel this pain in side and can't stop crying. Does it ever get easier? Does she think I put her down because I didnt want her anymore? She was sick and was slowly sufficating because her lungs were filling with fluids. Even though I did was best for her does it ever get easier?
Debra Bennett wrote:
Monday, January 31, 2011, 11:25 AM
Pray for all those who left us in such a short time. They were unconditional love. We will miss them so much. Forever in our hearts.
Viki wrote:
Saturday, January 29, 2011, 10:02 PM
My Beloved dog Weemach left us yesterday ,I am in so much pain .
Please pray for my weemach's soul and me.
Tracy wrote:
Thursday, January 20, 2011, 07:01 PM
Yesterday I had to euthanize my young cat, Peanut. She was terminally ill and I decided to let her go before she started feeling pain from her illness. I have known this was going to be her fate for a few weeks now and have been talking with my very faithfully Christian mother about whether or not Peanut would go to Heaven. Her only answer was that the Bible isn't specific in the topic and that the Bible doesn't make it clear as to whether or not animals have souls. Myself, I have a very hard time believing God would create such intelligent creatures and not give them a soul or give them a place in Heaven. I don't think He would permanently separate us from our pets. Thank you for the words you have given to me through your website. You have affirmed what I have already believed in my heart....that my little Peanut didn't just fall asleep into nothingness....she fell asleep and awoke at the gates of Heaven.
Laura wrote:
Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 06:54 AM
My name is Laura,I live in Holland(Haarlem).
I was born in Romania, my parents live there
but in 2007 I live in Holland with my boyfriend
which is duch. He had that time 2 cats: Jimmy
and Snoopy. Unfourtunly on 5 December 2008,
Jimmy(15 years) die. I was to visit my parents
and I recived this sad news on telephone.
Started with that day, my life was change,
I get very depressive, cry a lot,wish to die
to be together with Jimmy.
I decide to keep the ash of Jimmy, so me and
my boyfriend we order a very nice urns ( an
angel white cat). Now she rest in livingroom
and everyday I speak with her, I cry and
beg her to take me to her.
I go to church, light candle for her and for
the other car: Snoopy which will have soon
18 years old( unfourtunly she is not ok and the
thought that she will gone one day make
me more sad).
I will like to have some friends who can shared
with me joy and sadness. I will like to heard
if somebody gave an paranormal
experience after looseing the belived pet.
Please, if somebody want to help me,
write me on this email adress:
Please excuse my English ( is not perfect).
Condoleance to all peoples who loose
pets. Rest all in peace. God blessed them and
all of you.
Jimmy, I miss you and need you in my life..,,.
Saturday, January 1, 2011, 11:37 PM
Your Friend wrote:
Saturday, January 1, 2011, 07:23 PM
Dear Lord,
I feel so terrible that I wasn't there to help Misty during what the vet tells me could have been a long and painful death. She needed water, and I wasn't there to give it to her. She was crying, and I was not there. Her best friend feline was with her and likely comforted her. I can't imagine the trauma he and she felt. Lord, I pray that you have Misty there in Heaven. For she was an innocent precious angel. Please take care of her with her beautiful coat and bright blue eyes. Let her know that she was loved and that we will see her again. I also pray that Marble, Sparky, Hershey, and Toy are there with her. Tell her how very sorry I am that I wasn't there with her. It breaks my heart, and I pray God will give me peace about it because everytime I think about it I just can't take it.

I love you and miss you precious Misty.
Jury wrote:
Sunday, December 19, 2010, 03:59 PM
Thank you for this site.
Sandy Wildermuth wrote:
Thursday, December 16, 2010, 08:13 PM
I just lost a very special member of my family. My weinmeriner,Geisen. She brought such wonderful love to our house hold.With words that only her and I understood. I would say talk to me Geisen and she would so gentle.Then she would collapse for a big belly rub.Geisen found a snake in our yard,got a broken leg when the neighbor ran over him with a four wheeler.Helaed perfect not even a limp.She got bit by a snake and her chin was all swollen sure enough I found the dead snake.Then a groundhog bit a corner of her ear off. But Oh did she love to play but mostly run and talk.That voice i will never forget.But day before yesterday she stood in her heated building and started to talk I thought it was a bark,words and a hurt in her voice.So I thought she did not come out and greet me. But I thought it is extremely cold. so next morning I go down to feed her and Geisen did not come. I thought Lord she is almost 15 aqnd absolutley nothing wrong other than hard as my voice got louder, I knew even being hearing impaired she would come so I immediately tried to look in building from over fence. I knew in my heart that she was now with Jesus.So I opened up the building and yelled although I knew,yes, I knew. I did not tell her any goodbye's like i did Copper in Groomed For God's Service. But she had told me goodbye with pain in her voice.Oh Geisen how I miss you, I kissed you and I thought it won't be long Geisen til I see you. I am 50 and how time flies. god I ask you right now to take good care of my beautiful Geisen who would protect me from anyone and everyone.Geisen it was such a shock. I wish I could have kissed you and told you how much I love you. But Zoey your best brother, a German Shepherd will miss you horribly as Zoey never went outside the pen but for five minutes he did not want to come back in to be with you. He is lost and fourteen patial blind and death.Geisen be with his spirit and help him not to grieve for you.The whole neighborhood said you two were like Disney characters.Run and play with Jesus and Gizzy as my sweet Geisen it won't be long til we are all a family again.Stay in my heart forever and keep your spirit close. I will never forget your last words,so painful none like I had ever heard. I jsut wish I could have told you good bye. But God knew it was too painful for me to know ahead of time that we would be separate in body but not spirit. I will see you keep all those words for me as I love you and you will forever be in my heart such love you brought me.Love you I will tell Zoey you will be waiting for him to come and lick your ears.
Bre Campbell wrote:
Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 04:31 PM
I just recently had to put my 15 year old dog down yesterday and i am 18 so i had him a majority of my life, it was probably the hardest thing i have ever had to deal with in my entire life because he was ALWAYS there for me..when ever i needed some one to talk to or to hold and cry when i had something wrong with me, he was an american eskimo spitz i am just writing this write now because i am alone and cannot stop crying and wishing he was here with me or if i could hold him for one more minute, i always told myself and my friends that if he dies...i will die inside..and i have...well it feels like it anyways, my heart is broken into a million pieces i am just holding his blankey and wishing he was laying on it.
It was just so random and sudden why he passed away, he was laying on my bed with me and i was holding him and he jumped off and there was blood all over the bed i started freaking out and going crazy because he is my baby and i dont want him to go, we thought he had a broken anal gland and multiple vets told us to flush it out and to get the anti biotiocs was 400 dollars it was ridiculous and they told us we would have to take him once a month to do it again.
My wish was also to have to cremated because he was the only pet i had but we thought at first we could not be able to afford it because just to put him down alone was 240 dollars...such a sad thing to do pay so much money to never see your baby again.. plus the extra 300-400 to get him cremated.
We ended up finding a place who really cares for animals and did everything for 320 dollars which was very nice.
We took him to the vet last night at 7.30 and i told the vet was was wrong with him and he said well if it was just an anal gland rupture we could just put him on antibiotics and he would only charge us 30 dollars which was so nice, but he ended up shaving the area and there was multiple tumors all around him and to do the surgery he probably wouldnt have woken up, i know he was in pain but it is just sad and unfair that this had to happen it just hurts me so much.
I really do hope there is a heaven for animals because i really want to meet him up there and spend an eternity with him he was one of the best things that could ever happen to me and the best gift god had given me.
Marjorie Mccoy wrote:
Monday, December 6, 2010, 05:14 PM
On December 4th My sweet little Peanut Marie passed away due to heart failure. There is no doubt that she was ready to go nor is there any doubt that she is now in Heaven.
R. St. Marie wrote:
Sunday, November 28, 2010, 09:41 PM
My little baby boy, Skye just entered Heaven last Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving. I'd had him since I was seven years old and he was with me for twelve blessed years. That little Sheltie got me through both good times and bad, especially the loss of my mom a year ago. Both my cat, Sasha, and I miss his terribly, but I know he's with mom now, where he belongs.
Vicki wrote:
Sunday, November 28, 2010, 11:30 AM
I lost my Blueboy Sept 10, 2010. I was truly blessed to have him by my side for 16 years. I miss him so much, I had no idea it would be this painful. Blueboy was lab and dalmation. I search with the question, will I see my Blue again. I hope I do. Lov eyou Blueboy...
Born August 1994
Died September 2010
Hunter wrote:
Thursday, November 25, 2010, 09:51 PM
Charlie our brown chocolate labarador was hit by a car and paralyzed so we had to put him down on monday night. It was one of the hardest things my family had to do. He was the leader of 2 german shepherds and another labarador. He was only 3 years old when he was put to sleep. Charlie lived a great life but nothing has been the same lately. Please keep my family in your prayers..
Ronald wrote:
Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 09:56 AM
Geoffery our great Bassett Hound of 14 1/2 went on to be with his other brother . Miss his ole bark, can still hear him at times. He is missed a lot.
Jill Treece wrote:
Friday, October 29, 2010, 10:18 AM
I just buried a rescue dog that I had only had a few weeks. I know that she had not had a good life. I hope the these last few weeks were the best of her life. It is so hard to believe how something so small can impact your life in such a dramatic way. I loved her dearly. I buried her and got on the computer and found this site. It has helped me with her passing. Thank you.
Sven Johansson wrote:
Thursday, October 21, 2010, 09:43 AM
This is an interesting website and to me it seams probable that both wild animals and pets have a place in heaven, because in this life animals suffer so much and I think God intends harmony of creation. This link with a sad but beautiful story on youtube makes me think about if this
impala and this hippo will meet in heaven. This hippo appears to "have a big heart", but donīt go too close to hippos in the wilderness. They are dangerous.
If the link does not work the title on youtube of the video is "hippo tries to save impala".
Pamela Esquivel wrote:
Wednesday, October 20, 2010, 03:08 PM
Hi. We lost our loving chicuahua one week ago today. We are so broken hearted as he was like one of our children. We loved him so much. His name was Chico and he brought so much into our family. He was a part of us. I grieve for him daily, look for him, hear him. It is so hard to deal with his loss. I am so happy to have found this site and finally know that I will see my loving Chico in Heaven. Thank you so much
Clem wrote:
Friday, October 8, 2010, 05:32 AM
We had 3 male guinea pigs(Stuey, Rusty & Nipper)...we took them for desexing so they could live with our female guinea pigs.The 3 boys came home 2 days ago...still groggy..unfortunately Nipper didnt last the night. He was making little movements..we thought he was coming out of his groggy state...but in retrospect, he was probably losing his battle to survive. It affected me so much...(i'm 52, a father of 3, teacher) there seems to be so much pain in the world...I saw your website..I hope God does have a plan for our pets. Sometimes I wish God would bring all the pain & suffering in this world to an end. Thanks, Clem.(Australia)8 Oct 10
Gail Johnson wrote:
Wednesday, October 6, 2010, 10:23 PM
Thank you for your web site. I lost my 19 year old siamese Frenchy on 9/28/2010. I feel so much guilt putting him to sleep. It is so hard coming home and not being greeted by him. It has been on mind constantly wondering if he is in heaven. I pray he is. This site has helped ease some of those questions. But, I too grew up with preachers saying animals do not go to heaven. It is hard getting that out of my head. I sure hope Frenchy is in heaven and greets me at the pearly gates with all my other beloved pets. That would make heaven just purrrfect!
Andrea Bowen wrote:
Saturday, September 18, 2010, 03:45 AM
Yes I believe that animals have a sprit too.
They live in a body and have a soul and sprit. I hurt too when pastors say they don't when they do. They just as good as us in fact better. They wouldn't keep pigs and chickens in very small cages like New Zealand farmers do where they can't move for the rest of there life. Animals would'nt treat other animals as humans do. I have been praying for farm animals to be set free from these people who only think of money. How would they like to be treated like that? I try not to think of the animals suffering but it;s always there in the back of my mind and I pray for them. We don't have to eat them! I am happy knowing I don't any more. It is all so wrong how they kill them and farm it is just not natural they can't run or protect themselfs all they can do is cry out in fear!!
Jana Fogg wrote:
Friday, September 17, 2010, 10:15 PM
It's been a year since Nick died, 3 months since Maizy passed. I needed this site, I needed this confirmation that I will see them again. Thank you!
melanie welborn wrote:
Thursday, September 2, 2010, 00:43 AM
Natalie wrote:
Thursday, August 19, 2010, 01:44 AM
Beautiful site - God loves our sweet little ones with all of him. I know that my babies - Freddie, Duffy, and Barks are with Iya and Grandpa and at peace. Amen
Elaina S, Las Veg(...) wrote:
Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 04:24 AM
Someone gave me this site on FB because I recently lost my cat Tazz. I am thankful for this website because I am now at peace knowing that I will one day see him again. Take care and God bless!
Aliza wrote:
Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 00:21 AM
Hello ,me and my family love all animals we have rescued most of our pets from off the streets and all of them are so loving and sweet , I know in my heart that animals go to heaven and it just feels good to find a site that shares my same views . God Bless.
Jasmine wrote:
Sunday, July 25, 2010, 08:25 AM
Hello, I found your site on Google. It is comforting to know that this site exists & that animals do indeed go to heaven. My beloved Patsy, a small but feisty Chow Chow, died on July 22nd at the age of 13. I miss her very much. Thank you for creating this site -- I am going to peruse it some more.
Linda Fellober wrote:
Wednesday, July 21, 2010, 01:12 PM
Such a beautiful website from friends who seriously care about our dear babies that we enjoy every day and who bring us much love, craziness and needed enjoyment that brings us through each day of our life. Thank you God for sending this precious website and the folks involved and especially for all the dear animals, birds, fish, etc. in our lives. Also thank you God for the sweet ferals that fend for themselves daily and fight for a place in this world to eat and find some comfort, bless them all Lord. I know that they are all precious in your sight Lord.
Ted & Patty Coppi(...) wrote:
Tuesday, July 20, 2010, 01:01 PM
This is a wonderful site the poem about Chico and Harley touched our hearts we just lost our best friend and her name was Harley also and that poem just stated the way we feel about her she was our joy and we know we will see her again someday in heaven I always told her I thought she was a human in a dogs body they are so smart and so full of love it is so hard to lose your best friend. We have never had anything or any one touch us as she did, we know she is in heaven and we will see her someday praise God.
Tinker wrote:
Monday, July 19, 2010, 03:45 PM
I lost my grand dog this AM. My daughter is completely satuated in mourning. She has no children. This was her baby. Your site is the perfect one for me to share with her. Thank you so much. I have been there many imes in my life and look forwars to seeing my fourlegged babies happy and whole again.
Murlene Calhoun wrote:
Monday, July 19, 2010, 00:40 AM
I find comfort in this site. I just lost my almost 16 year little dog- Blondie thursday morning. Not a lot of christians talk about this issue so its comforting. I remember friday I was cleaning out the ref. when I felt like she was like a little angel and saying I can fly. Look this is so much fun. I started to laugh and it gave me Joy. Some people would say I was kinda wierd so I dont explain it. Thank you for your site. I felt she was looking down and saying everything is alright. She knew we were grieving over her.
Laura Smith wrote:
Saturday, July 3, 2010, 09:07 PM
I'm in Lorain, Ohio:
I was referred to this site by a wonderful woman who read my story about a landlord that lied so my dog would be put down because we moved out of his slummy apartment. She has been wonderful and this site is awesome. It gave me something to show my 7-year old son who had so many questions about the loss of his favorite furry friend. Thank You!
Milan wrote:
Saturday, July 3, 2010, 04:16 AM
Hello everyone
my name is Milan I am from Slovakia( in the middle of Europe) I with my wife Blanka are Christians and we both love animals.
two hours ago our dear cat passed away.We both are very sad and we both have still tears in our eyes.I immediately started to find articles in bible , If our pets are going to heaven.I found a lot of articles about animals in the bible and I found your website.
Thank you for this website because we both believe that one day we will meet our pets in the heaven.This fill my heart with enjoyment.
Thank to God for our dear pets.
Marilyn wrote:
Tuesday, June 29, 2010, 10:00 AM
I found your site very comforting.
thank you.
Jacqueline wrote:
Tuesday, June 22, 2010, 11:06 AM
Good morning. I just happened to come across your website. I recently laid my 16 year old Staffordshire Terrier (Pitbull), Shakeman, to rest on Sunday, June 20, 2010. My 17 year old Shih Tzu, Patches, passed on April 1, 2010. It was very hard to lose them both so close together - they were both ill (heart murmur and hip dysplasia) but I loved them, just the same. Yes, there were days when I felt like just giving up, but I thank the Lord that He continued to strengthen me to care for them and do my best to make their golden years as comfortable as possible. There were many days of cleaning up, feedings, waterings, and carrying them because they were having bad days and their steps were very slow. God has a way of humbling one's heart so they are able to do things they never thought possible. I adopted a hound-mix (Buddy) from the local shelter on April 15, 2010. He has brought much joy into my life. Although I have always worked full-time, I have always been an early riser so i could spend that quiet time with my four-legged friends. Although they grew old very quickly (or it seems that way), we had many special moments together. I will miss them but I know they are home with the Lord and they will never be sick or old again. I thank God for the time that He gave us. Buddy brings me much joy, although he can never replace my two "seniors" that are now in the Kingdom. God always has a 'ram in the bush'.....if we just trust Him and let Him order our footsteps in His word. Thanks for allowing me to leave this comment. God bless you.
Kris wrote:
Monday, June 21, 2010, 11:46 AM
I am amazed by this website, and I find it comforting, since one of my best friends recently lost her beloved cat, Buttercup, to cancer. I've always been told that animals can't go to Heaven since they don't have a soul. Now I wonder, and I will look further into the matter.
Friday, June 18, 2010, 05:13 PM
Sara wrote:
Tuesday, June 15, 2010, 09:43 PM
I recently lost one of my own cats, Kitty. She was an exceptional friend and a wonderful teacher. Before coming to this site I was terrified that my dearest friend would be forever lost to me, but I realize now that she will be waiting for me at the gates of heaven. I will forever feel the guilt of euthanizing her, but the pain she was going through was too excruciating. She was developed cancerous tumors inside of her mouth, and it got to the point where she couldn't eat or drink. Out of love I took away her pain, and I pray that she forgives me. For anyone who reads this, please pray that my beautiful Kitty is happy and content! I am forever grateful to this website for enfluencing me that Kitty IS in heaven. I cannot even fanthom never seeing my baby again.

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Sara wrote:
Tuesday, June 15, 2010, 09:31 PM
I recently lost one of my own cats, Kitty. She was an exceptional friend and a wonderful teacher. Before coming to this site I was terrified that my dearest friend would be forever lost to me, but I realize now that she will be waiting for me at the gates of heaven. I will forever feel the guilt of euthanizing her, but the pain she was going through was too excruciating. She was developed cancerous tumors inside of her mouth, and it got to the point where she couldn't eat or drink. Out of love I took away her pain, and I pray that she forgives me. For anyone who reads this, please pray that my beautiful Kitty is happy and content! I am forever grateful to this website for enfluencing me that Kitty IS in heaven. I cannot even fanthom never seeing my baby again.
Stephanie Hurst wrote:
Thursday, June 3, 2010, 09:58 AM
My dog just got put down and he was the best thing that ever happened to my family. We got him when he was just a puppy and my mom always said that I had been his favorite person next to my dad. We had to pit him down because he was to old and he had problems like he couldn't walk, and he had lumps all in him throat. My dad cried so hard today and I just didn't know what to do. I've only ever seen him cry like that once and that was when his mum died. I like to believe that all animals go to heaven and that I might see him again someday when it's my turn to go. I loved Jackson so much and I hope he'll never forget me because I know I won't forget him. So if you read this I hope you'll say a prayer for my family and my dog, Jackson. Pray that God will take him into heaven and watch over him until I make it there. My condulances to all who are going though the same thing.
Vicki Jones wrote:
Wednesday, June 2, 2010, 05:51 PM
My beloved and precious BeeDee passed yesterday, June 1, 2010, after a few days of not being well. She was 15 and one of my life's greatest blessings. I am filled with tears and my heart hurts. I Love You my precious BEEDEE. Please meet me at Heavens gate when God calls me home. Love Brian and keep him happy while waiting on me. I Love you both.
Sue wrote:
Wednesday, June 2, 2010, 10:31 AM
Thank you for this website. We lost our beloved Tyler, a 10 2/2 yr. old Golden Retriever on May 29, 2010 when an undetected mass on his heart burst. Our heart are broken at the loss of our boy. We know someday we will see him along with our past pets when we meet our Lord Jesus.
Rose Rodriguez wrote:
Sunday, May 30, 2010, 03:33 PM
I am feeling heartbroken because on Wed. May 26, 202l0 my Nemo was hit by a car. He was named Nemo because he found me on my birthday. His story is on Synchronicity Stories 2 1/4 down the page. Please read about my dream and Nemo. I've been crying alot and found this page especially the What A Wonderful World - the cat looks exactly like my Nemo. We had such a connection. I do think GOD brought me to this site for comfort. Love to everyone from Rose and GOD bless all our pets.
L wrote:
Sunday, May 30, 2010, 06:56 AM
there were animals in the garden of eden with Adam and Eve so they will be there when we return to heaven as well.I believe that a being that can feel and express love is a soul.
james wrote:
Saturday, May 29, 2010, 07:24 AM
hello all
Tena wrote:
Friday, May 21, 2010, 11:24 PM
My beloved Fendi passed yesterday and we are all hurting so badly. I am glad I found your site.
Marjorie McCoy wrote:
Thursday, May 20, 2010, 05:46 PM
I believe animals do go to Heaven. Like so many others after loosing a beloved pet I had a dream although that really isn't the right word it seemed so real anyway the beloved pet has running and healthy again and in a beautiful place. I believe that was God telling me that yes indeed animals will be in Heaven.
The Barton Family wrote:
Thursday, May 20, 2010, 12:28 PM
Thank you.
Ann Marie wrote:
Thursday, May 20, 2010, 01:14 AM
Yay! I can't wait to go to heaven and meet all of my animals that have gone before me AND all of the animals that sufferred here on earth. I know they are there with Jesus waiting for me.
Chrissy wrote:
Monday, May 17, 2010, 08:17 PM
GOD must have sent me this site for my broken heart and soul. I did not think I could go on for one more second after the tragic accident that took my baby. I thought I was alone, I never knew other people loved animals the WAY I DO! I blamed God, and myself. I have to believe animals go to heaven! It would not be heaven without them....
Elliot Gilchrist wrote:
Thursday, May 13, 2010, 01:59 AM
I found your location yesterday by chance.I was going to see if Francis of Asisi wrote anything on animals but then thought I would try 'Writings on Animals.'I found Animals in Heaven. I lost my little cat Cindy the other day.Killed on the road - only 7yrs 8mths and full of life.I had previously believed animals go to God because of some Bible passages.Ecclesiastes 3: 18-21 and also 12;7. What i didn't know was that I was not alone and wise people also believed this.Never heard it preached- all is vanity I suppose. I was just wondering if Ecclesiastes 12:7 was relevant for your list of quotes.In my King James Biblethis verse has a footnote which refers back to Eccl 3:21 or 20.It says 'and the spirit goes back to God who gave it.The spirit of man and the animals being the same as stated in Eccl 3:19-21. Also did St Francis have any quotes on the subject.I can't find any.Thank you so much for you website.I felt the sky was a little bluer when I went outside.The patn is still there and it will be for a long while but I know I'll see her and my other babies again as long as I make it there. I will be telling all the Christians I know and others about animals going to Heaven.It should be preached.
P.S.Ihave purchased athe book by Buckner and another also on the subjct.
Melissa Paisar wrote:
Thursday, April 29, 2010, 11:18 PM
I am sitting here typing with tears in my eyes for my beloved Whiskers (she was 12 or 13 years old-not sure exactly as she was a stray). I lost her yesterday due to a short illness believed to be liver or kidney failure. She was a stray that found us and not given much of a chance as she was pregnant and sick when we found her 11 years ago. She managed to deliver one healthy kitten who found a home with my sister. I know Whiskers lived a longer life than anyone ever expected, but I ache for her as I feel she is one of my children (I have no human babies). I am Catholic and our priest once wrote a message in a weekly bulletin on how animals DO NOT GO TO HEAVEN! This hurt my heart thinking that Whiskers is just buried and gone. I could not stop thinking about this and it added to my grief. I miss her, but reading your site and knowing that I will see her again some day and knowing that she is experiencing no more suffering and joy in heaven is helping me cope. Thank you for giving me peace!
penny Taylor wrote:
Thursday, April 29, 2010, 10:11 AM
Hi. You have a great site and my upcoming book could be a new resource for your members and visitors. My book, Scarlet's Garden: The Visit, a 112 page feel-good novel for kids and anyone else who has lost a pet, is scheduled to be released in the next few days. I'm calling all readers to join 9 year old Whitney as she goes on a mission to find out if her cat went to Heaven. This heartwarming tale uses real life inspired characters along with scriptures from God's Word to offer hope to readers who look forward to seeing their pets again. It offers a fresh look at good overcoming evil, the power of forgiveness, and the abundant blessings resulting from waiting on God's perfect timing. Scarlet's Garden: The Visit will be available in the next two weeks from the publisher Booklocker publishing, Amazon, or any book store.
Helen wrote:
Sunday, April 25, 2010, 02:15 PM
Praise God a web site that speaks sense which is what God is all about.I take huge comfort is knowing i will be reunited with my pets one day.I had a recent disagreement with my vicar about this subject as he told me he doubts it very much animals go to heaven as they dont have a soul like humans or are capable of communicating with God.I said what rubbish how can we be so presumtious to think that God cannot communicate with creatures he designed and created !!!!
I believe they will be with him in heaven that animals are without sin like humans and we should follow their example about living a good life.
Rachel Martinez wrote:
Sunday, April 18, 2010, 05:47 PM
My pet Pomeranium LiLi died yesterday morning, she was 49 yrs. in dog life. Last night after I turned off all the lights, I closed my eyes to go to sleep, I was still awake but had my eyes shut, then I saw a light, like a glow, I watched the light, then I saw a tiny thing jumping, hopping & rolling around in front of the light, I looked closer & could see in the vision it was my beloved LiLi that had passed away earlier that morning. As she went back & forth in front of the light she moved so gracefully & she looked so beautiful & happy, but she looked so tiny. She was moving closer & closer into the light. I couldn't believe my shut eyes & what I was seeing, after about 5 minutes, I opened my eyes & the visions were not there anymore, then I closed my eyes again & I saw the light, it moved to the right and went away. Then I opened my eyes again, & I never saw this anymore. This was a beautiful experience, and it showed to me that now LiLi is very happy again & she went to a wonderful place. PTL ! We love you and miss you LiLi 2003 to 2010
Stacie Tuggle wrote:
Tuesday, April 13, 2010, 10:49 AM
Thank you so much for this website where I found all the scriptures in one place that prove God's animals that we are taking care of for Him DO go to Heaven. I lost one of my cats yesterday and I can not help but blame myself for her death. My husband and I have 2 more cats and 4 dogs that we love very much. It is such a comfort to know that they and all the others we have had in our lives will be waiting with Jesus and all our other loved ones when He calls us home, too.

After repenting for what I feel is my part in Miss Kitty's death and after reading the scriptures provided on this website, I feel much better, although I still hurt for her loss. Thank you and God bless you and your ministry. Your sister in Christ, Stacie Tuggle
Candace wrote:
Saturday, April 10, 2010, 00:54 AM
I came in search of answers after my German Shepherd, Saimara died yesterday after being hit by a truck. I hurt, I'm sick but after serching on the internet I realize that she must be in heaven waiting for me. I only pray that I make it there to see her again someday. She was the first dog I actually picked out for myself ( I am 27) I wanted to guard dog because we (me and my fiance) were staying in Louisana after the 2nd major hurricane and it was a desolate sort of scary place. I bought her there at 5 wks old. I raised her from a puppy, to be my guard dog, my companion, my best friend. While we were there we would frolic on the beach while my fiance was helping rebuild, she was so special to me and our bond just became stronger every day. Sometimes on the long trip back to kentucky when she was still a pup she would cry in the back seat until I let her into my lap in the front seat and we would sleep together. She would have been 5 years old today, she was so big sometimes we called her a grizzly bear because she was so big and her eyes were so almond brown. She has my heart. Im sorry but sometimes I think it's easier to love an animal because they are so innocent. Not only do I love her, my fiance loved her more than anything and our one year old daughter, I was looking forward to her knowing her. Saimara was so gentle with her, I mean she was 100 lbs and Ali, our daughter is 23lbs and she was so gentle and watchful. What shall I ever do. We do have one puppy of hers, she is now 2 years old. I was trying to find her a home because we really just couldnt afford it, but now I will cherish her forever. I pray nothing happens to her. I love my dog and pray I will see her again someday. Thank You for listening and thank you for the reassurance. But why does it still hurt so bad? I would help all animals if I could afford it.
Scott McQueen wrote:
Wednesday, April 7, 2010, 05:45 PM
I used the Contact Us on accident. I am sorry. I was just so joy-filled about this newly found hope for my pet, that I had to find a way to express my thanks for this website. When I dropped this burden from my mind, it seemed that spiritual AND physical weight was taken off my shoulders. I am still very upset about this loss, but this helps, a lot.

I now know that my hamster is in a better place. I now that she can breath, without the pain. She can run, and not just in a circle. She doesn't have to worry about being hungry or thirsty, her she will always be filled. As I write this now, I shed a new set of tears, not ones of grief, but of joy, for I can now be certain that where she is now, she is happy beyond anything that I could possible provide for her here. Now my only concern is when I am family rejoined with her, oh what a glorious and happy day that shall be.
Josi wrote:
Friday, April 2, 2010, 01:14 PM
Thank God for your website. God directed Buddy to me, and know He directed me to your website. Buddy left last Sunday, and I cannot stop crying. God bless all of you in the work you are doing.
Lawayne Puckett wrote:
Monday, March 22, 2010, 04:25 PM
I was looking for some spiritual help when I saw your site. I recently lost a belove pet that my family had for 7 years and he was just as much a part of our family as I am. I also believe that animals go to heaven. I believe that the lamb sits beside the lion and there is a place in heaven for all of Gods creations. Thanks for your articles. They were very inspiring.
Amy wrote:
Saturday, March 13, 2010, 11:54 AM
I just lost my cat Baxter at only 10 years old and the pain is unbearable. Just making it through each day has become a chore.
andrea grace wrote:
Wednesday, March 10, 2010, 08:08 PM
Thank you for such a beautiful site. I just lost my lovely dog olive. She was 12 years old. I loved her with all my heart. I will forever miss her and remember her.
AJ Howard wrote:
Monday, March 8, 2010, 02:50 PM
My sister lost her very first dog and has been heartbroken for weeks. I am going to show her your site..GOD BLESS YOU you have given us peace of mind. It's exciting that she will know that she will she Princess again.
Lara Henderson wrote:
Monday, March 8, 2010, 02:41 PM
Thank you for this website. I am an American and my sister and I just lost our 14 year old Westie; her name was Harmony.She was the most beautiful, affectionate and loving dog. I still cry over her loss. Thank you for this website. My sister said that the first night after our Harmony died she heard my mother in a dream. My mother's words were, " Honey, I have her. Harmony is with me." Thank you.
Sum wrote:
Thursday, March 4, 2010, 07:48 AM
Thank you very much for this website. It is so comforting to know that our dog "MIKA" a boxer whom we love and treat as our son will one day be reunited with us. My heart ache until i found this website. Thank you so very much.
Marilyn wrote:
Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 01:27 AM
I wish that I could find words to express how much this experience (your website) has meant to me on this day. On February 12, 2010, I held one of my sweet pups (16 years young) in my arms, whispering in his ear and gazing into the most soulful eyes I have ever seen on any living creature, as his loving doc helped us to release him from a body that was suffering with end-stage renal failure and congestive heart failure. No matter how old I grow, nor how many of these wonderful babies I lose, I never get any better at it. Thank you so much for this wonderful site and the comfort that it has given to a very tired soul.
ROSCOE wrote:
Friday, February 19, 2010, 11:44 AM
true animals have souls i believe JESUS rode a donkey into jerusalem a donkey talked to balam noah sent out a raven and a dove when jesus was bapitized the spirit of THE HOLYGHOST FELL ON HIM IN THE SHAPE OF A DOVE WITH THE JAWBONE OF A DONKEY SAMSON SLEW A THOUSAND PHILISTINES. jonah was three days in the belley of a GREAT FISH JESUS said we are like sheep without a shepard JESUS SAID HE WOULD RETURN LIKE A lion TO JUDGE THE WORLD also in john it says JESUS will come on a WHITE STALLION THATS A HORSE IN THE CLOUDS OF GLORY.THATS PROFF ENOUGH
Grainne Kelly wrote:
Sunday, February 14, 2010, 08:37 PM
I am so so upset about the death of my rabbits, Sooty and Daisy, I gave them to a school with a little farm so that they would be happier. But I found out today that some people cut all the wire fences and took them along with all the ducks and geese. I feel so guilty and upset, devastated really, please help me, who can I call? I am so protective with my 4 current rabbits. I love them so much but loved Sooty and Daisy so much too. What can I do, I will never see them again,I just feel so sad and upset,
Gary Duce wrote:
Monday, February 8, 2010, 06:00 PM
I forgot to mention that my pet was a beautiful orange tabby named (Louie) who was rescued as a kitten 4yrs ago during Christmas, Since that time he love the season of Christmas and seems to know when the tree is going up and loves to protect the tree and help in putting it up. Louie died of a heart cardio myapathy and ironicly nursed me by my bedside when I had a heart valve transplant last spring of 09.He nursed me back to health the whole summer at home. I do cat rescues and he helped with getting the kittens or cats aclimated to there new surroundings.I pray that I will have GODs gift of love to be with him again. I LOVE YOU LOUIE FOREVER> GOD will protect you and I will be there hold you again when God brings me home.
Gary Duce wrote:
Monday, February 8, 2010, 05:49 PM
Thank You so much for the articles of support. I also have lost a most beloved pet and feel so empty and lost without him. I believe that they do go to heaven. Iam a devote catholic and some priests believe that the pets are simply material in soul and cease to exist after death. I cannot believe this when my heart for God and Jesus makes me feel differently about this. God is LOVE and the interaction and companionship of my pet was pure uncondtional LOVE so why would GOD ever seperate that for eternaty. HE WOULDNT as far as I believe.
Jane wrote:
Sunday, February 7, 2010, 06:16 AM
Thank you for your web site. I lost my beautiful chocolate burmese cat of 17 years called Louie six months ago. I miss him so much and still get very tearful when I think about him. He was a beautiful loving gentle companion and such a character. I have many happy memories and know I will see him again. I love you Louie and think of you everyday. Please greet me when I pass. In the meantime have fun with Matthew and Thomas.
Kathryn D. Ladick wrote:
Saturday, January 23, 2010, 09:20 PM
I believe that my beloved Thunder will be at the Rainbow Bridge waiting for me to walk into the Gates of Heaven together.If I didn't believe this so strongly,I would not want to go there,I would want to go where he is.
My dearest Thunder,I loved you so deeply,you where my soulmate.I grieve your loss,even though it has been 6 long years since your passing.I hope that you met up with Victor,Stella,Buddy,and your dad Lightning,and your friend Flower and Blac and Suni.Please play with them nice until I get there.
Mommy loves you oh so very much and I dream of you and ache for you.

Vin wrote:
Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 06:59 PM
What is the name of your ministry? Where is it located in Canada?
Jenny wrote:
Thursday, January 7, 2010, 09:10 PM
I had an experience when I was 7 years old. My first dog had died and my parents were arguing. I cried and asked god in my head is my dog really dead. At this moment I heard a voice of thunder that shook our window answer "No". I immediately stopped crying and looked around the room (like who was that). Well the dog was dead, so I took this as an answer from God that my dog was dead physically but not spiritually. I truly believe I will see my 1st dog and many after her in heaven someday.
Lori wrote:
Saturday, January 2, 2010, 11:06 PM
I am grieving terribly the lost of my best friend Teddy. I don't think I will ever get over this hurt. It brings me peace to know I will see him again. My mom worked for hospice for years and there was a woman who's pet had died and the family didn't tell her. As she was passing she looked up and said his name as if he were greeting her as she reached out for him. I can only hope that Teddy will be waiting for me when my time is up.
Shelby wrote:
Wednesday, December 30, 2009, 03:01 AM
I had someone tell me to change my picture on my facebook because It had a saying that said animals have souls. The person told me that the bible says animals don't have souls. I know she was wrong, but she wouldn't believe me. So I told her, I would find some passages in the bible that said animals have soul and they would go to heaven. I know I will see my little ones in heaven. I have a feeling that they are there waiting for me. I hope she will see that I was right, but I don't know I will have to see.
Denise Bullinger wrote:
Tuesday, December 29, 2009, 01:09 AM
Thank you so much for your bible references and also for your quotes from persons such as Pope John Paul II who said that we do not own animals, but they belong to God. After loosing my friend Abbey this week, I was grateful for your website. You touch many hearts and make people feel better.
JEAN wrote:
Monday, December 14, 2009, 00:58 AM
shirley wrote:
Sunday, December 6, 2009, 08:56 PM
thank you for the website,my horse passed away in nov .i miss him so much ,i hope he is in heaven and with god ,we have dogs that people has set out so we feed them the best we can to take care of them ,,them someone catches them out some where and shots them some die and some comes back home ,,some people is just so mean to gods creaters,
Carolyn Reynolds wrote:
Friday, November 27, 2009, 07:52 AM
My sister sent me this site after discussing our belief that animals do go to heaven & even Jack Van Impi bellieves this. Thank you for being so couragous when so many are afraid to preach this truth. Many of us out here needed our pet so very much at the time God put them in our lives. They were heaven's answer to our prayers! I've had so many answers to prayer for my pets too. God sure loves them. What a great God we have.
sue and russ wrote:
Friday, November 20, 2009, 12:55 PM
we lost our darling heidi today,and we are totally devastated.heidi was a rottweiler who was very loving and caring to everyone she knew.the only thing we are glad of is that she is now reunited with her partner samson who we lost in june.sams was a wonderful companion to heidi, when we brought her home at just 8wks old and sams was 1yr old, he instantly fell in love with her and he has been like a dad,mam+partner to her and it helps tp know that they are together again in a better place where they will always be loved and taken care of untill we are together again. goodnight,god bless our angels we will always love you both rest in peace our darlings untill we meet again love mam and dad. sue and russ xx
david wrote:
Thursday, November 12, 2009, 11:35 AM
I think your website is magnificant I have just recently read a Catholic book that speaks on this very subject called "Animals in Heaven? Catholics want to know!" by Susi Pittman. It speaks on dealing with death of your beloved animals, and has such wonderful stories that make you laugh and cry. My shining angel Lucky will be right by my side for an eternity to come!
Sharon Blanks wrote:
Wednesday, November 11, 2009, 12:15 PM
I think this is a wonderful site.I work at a Vets office, and I see so many people who love their pets, but who have no idea that there precious babies go to heaven when they die. I have always believed that they did, but thanks to your website , I now have the scriptures to back it up.
Bonnie wrote:
Monday, November 9, 2009, 01:32 AM
Oh my goodness. what a wonderful place this is to visit. I am so glad you are here. I love my animals all six of them, and am greiving at the loss of a little furbaby. I love the Lord and in my heart I believed animals really did go to heaven, because the Lord is so kind and loving, I just think its his nature to love animals in heaven as on the earth. But in my sadness, I wondered and straight out asked Him, next thing I know, I just "happened" to find this site. I know God answered me directly through the words on this site. My heart, although still very heavy, knows that i will see my beloved animals again and next time it will be forever. Wont that be the greatest? I think so. And what a comfort to me, to know that I am not the only one greiving and aching in my heart for the loss of my little one and looking forward to the day when we are all together again. A special blessing of peace and love on all, as you cope with the loss of your companions and friends. One day we will all meet up with all our animals in heaven and have a wonderful time. I am so looking forward to that happy day.God bless you all.
Gavin Boinski wrote:
Tuesday, November 3, 2009, 10:42 AM
In Loving Memory of My Sweethearts:
Chico 2/14/02-10/29/09-My Lil Amigo, My Lil Friend Big Daddy Gringo The Fat Man Loves you so much and misses you terribly. I can't make sense of it all right now butI pray I will see you one day soon. Until then I will miss you everyday.

Harley 7/20/97-7/22/06-Goofis Ruffis My Best Friend through thick and thin My heart yearns for you and I wait until we meet again.

Cruz-6/06/97-Mr Potato Head You have a place in my heart like no other. I am waiting on our reunion.

BoJo-gone so long but never forgotten. What a time we will have when we meet again.

I wait for the joyus reunion we will share in Heaven. I am devasted now but wait on the day we are together and we can be close for evermore.

I Love You!!

J Angy Metcaf wrote:
Saturday, October 31, 2009, 11:37 AM
I live in Texas,USA and I am a Minister of God's Word. I teach that Animals have souls and God loves them just as He loves us. This is not a popular thought here, Thank you so much for this site. The scriptures are great and it stregthens me to keep teaching his Holy Word. I will continue telling those I meet about His love of those that we love our pets and all animals.
George Mason wrote:
Monday, October 26, 2009, 04:35 PM
Thanks so much for your wonderful work.
God Is Great wrote:
Saturday, October 24, 2009, 10:41 PM
Thank you so very much for this information. These passages helped me in my quest to BELIEVE I will see ALL my animals I have ever had in Heaven. I love my animals with all my heart. They have been a big part of my life. I feel bad that I had started to doubt my belief that all animals will go to Heaven. But now these passages have provided me hope.
Saturday, October 24, 2009, 03:18 AM
I guess this may sound a little strange but 5 days ago my wonderful cat and best friend looked into my eyes and I knew he was saying goodby. He passed away to night as I was petting him and it was like he wanted to go as he was purring as he took his last breath....I have no clue how I ended up on this site but here I am and it has given me great comfort.....thank you when I needed a shoulder to cry on you were there and I have found meaning for the things that happen during lifes journey..its hard but now I understand

God Bless
Amy wrote:
Sunday, October 18, 2009, 01:46 AM
I just lost my faithful little companion, Schubert. I had never really thought much about pets in heaven but now know they have to be there. Schubert was too unique of a being to just not exist anymore. I miss him so much.
Stanley Petertil wrote:
Monday, October 12, 2009, 08:32 PM
If we(humans),being the sinners that we are have a right to enter heaven,how could anyone posibly believe that the sweet inocent animals that only give us love and joy,have no greed only want food shelter,and love would not have a righ to heaven.
Jeannine wrote:
Sunday, October 11, 2009, 12:47 PM
A very beautiful web site. God Bless
Stacie Wankwl wrote:
Thursday, October 1, 2009, 01:44 AM
Thank you so much for maming this site! Its great to see all these verses in one place that shows that animals truely do have a soul and go to Heaven! God Bless!
John wrote:
Tuesday, September 29, 2009, 05:24 PM
Thank you so much for this site. It is extremely comforting to know that our beloved friends have a special place to go to once their time on earth is completed.
maryanne wrote:
Monday, September 21, 2009, 04:29 PM
Thank you so much.
Scotland, CT
Joann Smoth wrote:
Monday, September 21, 2009, 11:36 AM
I just put down my best friend of 14-1/2 yrs. I got her when she was a pup only 4 weeks old.
I feel as though my heart is going to break.
I know God has a place for her and now she is without pain and i know she is also here with mein spirit.
My beloved Precious
JBurger wrote:
Thursday, September 10, 2009, 02:20 AM
I agree wholeheartedly and pray for missions like yours and everyone and All Creation. I recall once shortly after our family dog Tibbs passed on, I had a dream of him in the backyard/on the back deck, and when my mind recalled that he'd no longer [physically] be there, I recall noting in my mind seeing him at the feet of what looked like a familiar statue of Jesus, probably as to say Jesus Himself Was Making A Promise To Take Tibbs In and Watch Over him and the others of Creation. Plants, animals, and people, thanks, blessings, praise, worship, glory, honor, and gifts to, for, from, through, with, in, and by the Grace, Peace, Light, Love, Blessings, Gifts, Truth, and Might of our God. Amen.
1800PetMeds Blog wrote:
Wednesday, September 9, 2009, 06:45 PM
Every soul reaches heaven. Our pets have souls too! This site is one assurance of this.

I wish that they are happy as well to meet their creator :)
Marion wrote:
Monday, September 7, 2009, 04:32 PM
So glad I found this website. My priest assured me that animals don't have souls and won't go to devastated me to hear this from a Priest I had grown to respect. The news was given to me a year ago..I have been so sad and felt deep grief every time I looked into the eyes of my many beloved animals. I decided to research for myself. I love what I found here. I am a critter loving convert to the Catholic Church. Thank you for giving me peace in my soul.
Erin wrote:
Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 07:30 PM
Thank you for such a warm web-site, in a world where many believe pets do not have souls, it is a great comfort to know that there is proof that they do. It gives me the hope to know I will see my friend again.
Erin wrote:
Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 07:25 PM
My 8 1/2 year old cat just died today. He was my best friend. We had a special bond. I know in my heart that God gave him to me. He was the perfect cat for me. There will be no other cat like him for me again. I had a child 3 1/2 years ago, and this broke my friends heart. I feel like I broke his heart. On the night before he died, I apologized to him and tried to explain that babies just require so much attention, but that I never stopped loving him. He was always in my heart and mind, but babies and toddlers require so much attention that it was so hard and exhausting. Noah (my cat) developed depression that caused many many health issues. Finally, 1 year ago, he went into kidney failure. the dr.'s blamed it on his breed, saying that 95% of orange male cats have a history of kidney problems and that it thier weak link. We treated him and provided comfort measures, but were told that we would not long. He lived almost another a year. He then developed diabetes. This combatted the problem. We diligently gave him his shots, but because of the prior renal damage, he lost the fight last night at 1:08 am in the morning - September 2nd, 2009. Please pray for my friend. his name is Noah "Bean". I am totally lost.
Stephenie wrote:
Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 04:31 PM
Bless you for helping me. I had to put my precious Molly cat down yesterday. She was 13 years young.Now I have hope of seeing her again.Thank you Jesus for this website and the owners of it!!!
eric ruffner wrote:
Monday, August 31, 2009, 02:46 PM
Thank you for this great website. God bless Cinnamon, our 9 year old pony that was put to sleep on 8/31/09, after a long battle with Founder. I believe that animals go to heaven, and knowing that scripture supports that makes me feel better. Also thanks to Sleepy Hollow in Byron Center Michigan, for taking our pony for cremation in a caring way.
eric ruffner wrote:
Monday, August 31, 2009, 02:40 PM
Thanks for this very nice wed site.
Gina Arredondo wrote:
Sunday, August 30, 2009, 11:29 AM
Thank you for this site. I know that GOD led me to this site to comfort me and so I could leave a prayer request for my baby Yogi. God Bless all the people who work for this site because you are helping to comfort so many people whose hearts are sad or broken. GOD BLESS all the pets who teach us unconditional love everyday of their precious little lives. Thank you.
John Hotchkiss wrote:
Friday, August 28, 2009, 01:42 PM
After a long struggle with insulin dependant diabetes and a leg tumor, on August 26th, our little Holly Hobbie left us via euthenasia. She was 10, going on 11 on November 16th. We will miss her. She was a chow/shepherd mix, and had the sweetest eyes. She'll be gone from our prescence, but forever in our hearts. I *know* she's with her Pappy, (my father), in heaven waiting for her Daddy on one sweet day. I love you Holly.

Maria Conde wrote:
Friday, August 28, 2009, 09:55 AM
May God keep my 13 1/2 year old pug
Mugsly close to him.
Mugsly left this earth August 24th at 8.20am 2009. I miss you so much baby .I know we will be meet again. You are in Gods care.

Love you from mommy
Terri Brittingham wrote:
Saturday, August 22, 2009, 02:10 PM
Thank you for an enlightening site. I have too many instances of losing loved ones to list here, but suffice it to say this brings about an air of reassurance to my heart.
Betty Harmon wrote:
Friday, August 21, 2009, 06:50 PM
I have never witnessed such a beautiful and meaningful site for God's precious creatures.

You've created a beautiful site - God Bless You!

Betty Harmon
Abilene, Texas
snowie wrote:
Sunday, August 9, 2009, 11:07 PM
I cannot believe that God could let us have so much pain when we lose a pet. I had to put down one of my stray cats (fixed). He had such a hard life as a stray until he and I met. Taco started walking in cirlces and he was very sick so I had no choice but to put him down. I just hope and pray that God will let me see him and any others that I have cherished in my life. I rescue stray cats and get them fixed. I have 7 cats and 2 dogs. I have to believe that God creater of Heaven and Earth would include these precious delicate creatures in his kingdom...
Michelle Acosta wrote:
Thursday, July 30, 2009, 09:48 PM
This is a wonderful website. I too know that animals have a soul and spirit and go to heaven when they pass away. God bless you for getting out the word about God's love for animals. This is a wonderful ministry.
Kathryn wrote:
Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 11:24 PM
I lost my soulmate,Thunder on Nov.3,2003 and the pain is still so hard for me to deal with.If I didn't believe that I would someday see him in Heaven I don't know if I could stand it. So, I go on the best I can,until that day.
sue and russ wrote:
Wednesday, June 24, 2009, 10:27 AM
we lost a very dearly loved best friend on the 17 june. samson was a rottweiler,who was so caring,loving and devoted to us.we are very upset at this great loss.we now have his ashes in a special place at home where he can always be with us and we can talk to him.please can you pray for him with us,he was our baby even though he was 8 year old, dear lord we miss him every waking hour of every day and we will never get over losing him .please spare a few moments to pray for our beloved sams,god has got a devoted companion up in heaven with him and we now he will be well looked after untill we meet again.
geraldine wrote:
Wednesday, June 10, 2009, 04:55 AM
I have lost several beloved pets,the last one was my lovely cat mavros,who passed away on sunday very unexpectedly,and I want to beleive that just as the Lord God created me and every human being for a purpose so he created animals for a purpose,they are not 'just animals' to quote some people!!they feel,they think,they act and react just like us,and because the majority of animals in this world suffer terribly at our hands,why shouldn't they go to heaven?
Iola wrote:
Saturday, June 6, 2009, 10:12 PM
Thankyou so Much for your Beautiful enduring site. It brought tears to my eyes. I have always believed I will see all my pets in Heaven that I have loved. Recently I lost a cat that I loved dearly. I know he is in Heaven now, watching over me.
God Bless You and all the Animals
Donald H Sullivan wrote:
Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 00:12 AM
This is a wonderful site. For a long time I've believed that animals have souls, and since reading through your site, I'm more convinced than ever. I'm 80, and so have a number of my beloved pals waiting for me in Heaven. Note: Billy Graham has also expressed a belief that we will be reunited with our beloved pets. Also, one passage from The Bible that I couldn't find: Job 12:10
Chris M wrote:
Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 09:24 PM
Thank you so much,
its difficult driving by the local vet in our small town every day knowing JJ is still lying in there, and hasnt been picked up for cremation yet,
Kevin Wilson wrote:
Tuesday, May 26, 2009, 04:52 AM
Thank you for your kind words, they give me comfort in this difficult time. I will say a prayer for Puss, Jasper, Buddy & JJ. God bless you & yours.
Chris M wrote:
Sunday, May 24, 2009, 06:31 PM
Kevin, I know "Skittles" is in a better place, God wouldnt give us these precious animals, just to say "sorry this is it for them", I believe they ARE here to bring happiness,Love and compassion, when their job is done, they return to get their reward, that is why they dont live as long, we as humans takes us longer to learn,appreciate. We have had to put 3 dogs and a cat down over the years. I just wish everyone appreciated their animals like we do, God Bless you and "Skittles",

In Loving Memory of Puss, Jasper,Buddy and JJ
Kevin Wilson wrote:
Sunday, May 24, 2009, 05:43 AM
I've just recently lost my beloved friend & companion of 6+ years. She was a beautiful & loving ferret named Skittles & she passed away on 05/22/2009 at 5:28AM. I held her & talked to her about the cherished memories that we shared in the brief time that we had together on this Earth. I reminisced on our moments together until she took her last breath as she looked directly into my eyes. As she was dying, I told her that I wished she could be young again & we could play together the way we used to do. I told her that I would miss her & that I knew she was going to be much happier now. She seemed to be smiling at me as if to assure me that all was ok & she was at peace. I am hoping with all my heart that this is the truth & she is happy & I will see her again some day in heaven. I'm doing my best to deal with the immense grief that I'm feeling right now & I'm thankful that I found your site. Reading the comments of others is helping me to deal with a loss that feels all consuming at the moment. I'm not married & I will never be able to have children of my own, but losing Skittles feels like I have lost a child. Writing this comment, I'm having much difficulty in holding back the tears which seem endless. I would like to ask everyone who reads this comment to say a prayer for my beloved Skittles & ask God to accept her into his Kingdom & give her peace & happiness eternal. She has been sick with inoperable cancer for the past 2 years & has been very weak & lethargic for a considerable time now. Most of her final days were spent sleeping, but she had one day late last year where she played with me like she did when she was young & healthy. She was only able to play for about 5 minutes before she was too tired & had to rest, but that 5 minutes meant the world to me. That day & many others will be in my heart until the day that I die. I will always love you Skittles, until the day that I take my last breath.
Chris M wrote:
Saturday, May 23, 2009, 07:28 PM
well its a very sad day, we had to put our Jay Jay down today, she was getting too old and crippled, I made sure she was spoiled, she has been the 3rd dog we put down in close to 3 years, we rescued her from the shelter, when our first dog had to be put to sleep, so we only had Jay Jay for about 2and a half years, she was about 8 when we got her, I figured not having her that long, it wouldnt hit me as hard, as our other dogs. I miss her and Love her and cry for her just as much as our other dogs, in fact I made my bed in the other room where she sleeps, just to be with her, knowing we were gonna put her down today, touching and stroking her as much as possible to let her know mama was there with her.We are going to get her cremated, and mourn her like my own child, Til I see you again Jay Jay, you run and play with Jasper and Buddy, We Love and Miss you so much.
Cindy McCleary wrote:
Thursday, April 30, 2009, 09:34 PM
Your website has helped me in many ways to find peace with the death of my Lilly. Thank you so much for printing other peoples feelings and emotions, it has helped me find peace in my heart and hopes of seeing my beloved animals once again, when I too will cross over the rainbow brige and see my family again. Many thanks and blessings to all who cherish our beloved pets, forever.
carol wrote:
Monday, April 20, 2009, 05:15 PM
thank you for your insperational site it is beautiful.
Marisa wrote:
Thursday, April 16, 2009, 02:29 PM
Hi bill
Just stopping by to show you some luv and respect.
Keep up the wonderful work you do on here..
Cheers from your friend in Brazil!
Wendy Sims wrote:
Tuesday, April 14, 2009, 11:07 AM
Your website is such a blessing. I have felt for a long time that animals go to heaven, and that God created them to bless us as well as Himself. They show the same unconditional love that God does, and we as people, can learn from them as His word says in Job 12:7 - "Ask the animals and they will teach you." May God bless this ministry and all you do.
Terry Neidhardt wrote:
Sunday, April 5, 2009, 12:33 PM
I'm 58 and lost my Teddy in Feb 4-09. He was 14 at the time of his death. I have 10 granchildren and believe Teddy was number 11 but no less loved. Lost my wife in 96 due to cancer and greive for long time. But the passing of Teddy was and still very difficult. Since that time I have read many articles and scriptures on animals going to heaven. Up to this time I never thought this was possible. I have had other pets but none has affected me as much. I'm a insurance adjuster and Teddy went with me everyday the the last 7 years. He was with both my present wife and me everytime we left the house. As stated above Teddy was more than a pet and as I write this with a broken heart, I know now I will see him again.
Sonja Noullet wrote:
Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 11:30 AM
Thank you for this website. We had to put our precious cat, Buster, down 3/30/09. He was the best friend I ever had. He would stay near me where ever I went. He was the runt of the litter when he was born and the mother cat wouldn't even feed him. I fed him with an eyedropper till he was able to eat by himself. He was like my baby. We found homes for the other 4 kittens but I couldn't let Buster go. His 20th birthday would have been in October. He was born on my birthday. I can't believe he is gone. I miss him so much. But the vet said that he was in so much pain. His kidneys were in failure and his other organs were shutting down. The vet said the humane thing to do would be to put him to sleep. So we went back to the vet clinic to be with him. We didn't want him to have to go through that alone. He was so happy to see me. He thought I was going to take him home. He trusted me so much and I feel so guilty. I feel like I betrayed my best friend. I miss him so much. I have always heard that animals don't go to heaven, so you can't imagine what a blessing your website is to me. I thank God for you. Now I have hope of seeing my precious Buster again.
Faith wrote:
Tuesday, March 31, 2009, 07:04 PM
Your website is so inspiring. One of my cats passed away in February 2008 .I prayed over her every day. I have two other cats remaining and I pray over them as well. I pray over their food before I feed them. Our pets are gifts of God and their unconditional love is to remind us of God's unconditional love shown through Jesus Christ, Savior of the world. Thank you for such an uplifting positive website . God bless you!
Kim wrote:
Wednesday, March 25, 2009, 09:08 PM
I am a Christian who for years wasn't sure if animals go to heaven. I prayed they do and now I am sure they do. My sweet B.C. (Baby Cakes), passed on to Jesus 3/23/09 and I miss her terribly but it truly helps my heart to know that our Lord is enjoying her and that she is healthy and happy with all my other pets. Thank you for this website it has help in my time of sadness.
Shelby wrote:
Saturday, March 14, 2009, 10:45 AM
Thank you for such helpful information in my time of sorrow. I lost my sweet Roxy just a little over a week ago. She was like my child and was with me for 14 years, and the decision to put her down because of the pain she was in was the hardest thing I have ever done. Raised as a Christian, I was told animals didn't have souls, but when she died in my arms, I know I saw her soul leave her body. I miss her dearly and pray to God to be with her again, one day...
Lisa wrote:
Saturday, March 7, 2009, 10:23 PM
Thank you so much for this website. As a Christian of strong faith, it is important to me to have biblical confirmation that the animals I love will be with me again in heaven. Your assertions are very solid, and it is just so comforting to read them. I have lost many beloved friends. To name some: Beaux, Sampson, Jeremy, Duchess, Tango, Sugar, my wonderful best friend Shadow, and most recently, dear little Lady. It will be lovely to be with them again one day.
Charlie wrote:
Thursday, February 12, 2009, 12:32 PM
Today (12 FEB 09) my little boy Curly, a toy poodle went to be with the Lord. He was sick for the last 2 years but always got better. He had pretty much stopped eating to the point that his weight had dropped to 5.4 lbs. This week it all changed for the worst and yesterday he went into a prolong seizure in and out. His vitals were up and down, but the main problem was keeping his sugers up. They dropped down to 35 and when they got his sugers up they just dropped back down. From his Vet we had moved him to an ER for hospitalization, last night but he was still out of it. This morning the ER Doc called me about 4 am and I went to see him. When I walked in he slightly lifted his head when he heard my voice, but he was fading. After speaking with my son we agreed that Curly need help so that he would not suffer anymore. Prolonging his passing would not be right. If they continued giving him sugar it would make it worst. If they stopped he would seizure and then pass. So we let the ER Dr Help my little boy go home to be with Jesus. He brought me so my joy and joy. My wife called him a bundle of joy. Such a gentle and beautiful spirit. I thank God for allowing Curly to be with me for the last 6+ years. His real age is unknown because we adopted him from a pound. They thought he was 10 years old but the vet said he was more like 5, so I am guessing he was between 11 and 13 years old. I miss him so very much that! The joy and love that he freely gave to me. He was my little boy, I am unable to hold back the tears as I write this. Thank you for this site and the comfort that it brings to me that I will again see him again in heaven, because I miss him so very much. I have so much to say, but, I can not because of the pain.
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