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When our furry friends pass

What happens to pets when they pass away?

Furry friends are more than just pets to us, they are members of our family. They provide us with love, companionship, and loyalty, and they bring joy to our lives in countless ways. So, it's only natural that we would wonder what happens to them after they pass away.

Many people believe that when our beloved pets pass away, they go to a special place where they are happy and healthy, waiting for us. This idea brings comfort and hope to those who have lost a furry friend. The thought that we will one day be reunited with our beloved pets is a source of strength and positivity during difficult times.

In this place, we imagine our pets to be young and playful, free of any pain or suffering. They are running and playing, wagging their tails and barking with excitement, just like they did when they were with us on Earth. And when we finally cross over to that place, we will be greeted with wagging tails, wet noses, and unconditional love, as our pets come bounding towards us.

This belief is also part of many cultures and religions that have concept of afterlife and pets being with their owners again. It is important for us to keep in mind that, even though our pets may not be physically with us anymore, their love and spirits live on in our memories and hearts.

We can find solace in the idea that we will one day be reunited with our furry friends, and that they are waiting for us in a place where we will be reunited, and be able to enjoy each other's company once again. So, we can hold on to that hope and be strong and positive even in difficult times, knowing that our dogs are waiting for us in a wonderful place called heaven/rainbow bridge 

Love to you all 

Debbie at Sentimental keepsake xxx

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