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Good-Bye Kitty

This blog I have been not looking forward to. Mary wants me to write about my journey today. On Friday my little kitty cat passed away at 16 and one half years. Scott and I had no clue this was coming. She seemed very healthy just slowing down a bit. I wish I had known a bit more she was getting that old I would have made her last summer a bit more comfortable. It has been a hot summer here. On  Friday morning I came downstairs to find her under the chair which normally does to escape the heat but she would not come out. I thought her claws were stuck to the rug. I eventually pulled away the chair and realized she was in pain and was not moving much. So I called Scott to come over immediately he was helping his dad.. I don’t have a car anymore. So I  had about an hour with her to tell her I loved her so much and what a beautiful soul she was. I wish I had been braver and not cried as much but I was so scared I was about to lose her. I petted her where she like to get her loving. And did my healing treatment by rubbing my hands together and giving her healing  energy. She did seemed to like that.  In retrospect I am grateful for that hour. Scott arrived  took her to the animal emergency but she never made it. She crossed in the car with Scott in my seat wrapped in a beautiful soft blanket with my scent on it. I don’t deal with stressful situations anymore so it was best Scott was her. He put classical music on and talked to her gently. He heard  her take her last breath and never made to the emergency. They took her in and said she just died of old age which happens everyday. So I feel  grateful that she really didn’t suffer with any illness. She was an indoor cat. She certainly got outdoors as young adult. I remember catching her after a whole night out and her hissing at me “don’t ruin my fun.”  My young son was beside himself with worry. I can’t begin to  tell you the joy she brought us all. We got her as a young kitten from my sister’s kittens. I just knew she was meant for us. (I certainly didn’t understand  then that pets have contracts to be with us.)  My son was the perfect age for a kitten and the joys of having a pet. She raised all of our vibrations whatever happened she was there to purr and instantly help us heal. She will be missed forever!

The other part of this is that she has connected with me after crossing. Friday morning I asked her  soul to come to me. I didn’t feel her at first because I was crying so much but Scott confirmed he could feel her. She is here now as I write this  to tell you that pets cross back to heaven too. She feels young pain free and kitten like to me. We went to our favourite beach to heal Friday afternoon and she came with us.  I carried her with me and cried most of the time.  I also felt my two crossed over  parents there walking with me in my grief.  Pets have souls too that have  planned life’s with us. She could have easily been one of my childhood cats too.  And other lifetime’s too.   Reincarnation of pets is indeed true.  Grief is  the hardest part but is part of the journey too. Crossed over pets can come in our dreams. They  also are waiting for us when we go to Heaven or the Astral World. Some come back to us and our with us again in a fresh body.  I hope this gives you all some comfort as I grieve my kitty.

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Who can turn the world on with their smile?

I see a Smile

I see a Smile

Ok… while some would disagree that animals can technically smile, true animal lovers know that they can.  Every time your dog gets excited when you walk into the room…any time you see the excited wag of their tail…any time you seem your dog rush to the car because they know they are being taken on a trip, or for a walk you are seeing them smile.  Any time your kitty snuggles up in your lap…or comes looking for loving…or finds that spot in the bed that makes them super comfortable (usually between your feet and typically at the expense of your own comfort)..Any time you hear that engine start to purr….you know that they are happy; therefore you know that they are smiling.

This week Mary wanted to remind us of that smile…remind us of the love our pet shares with us…remind us of the happiness we get from those smiles and that love…and the smile our pets tend to put on our own faces.

Continue to smile with your pet as your pet smiles with you…benefit from their healing energy…and embrace their friendship, their unconditional love and their companionship.

…and this is according to Mary!