Monty, a beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback dog that lived in Switzerland with my dear friend, Karen died from a tumor in his lymph node. My friend asked if I could speak to him on the other side. This is something I found out that I could do by total accident. Another friend of mine had a cat cross over and the cat came to me as I was waking up telling me to tell his mom how much he loved her. At first, I thought it was a dream but upon talking to my friend I realized some things the cat told me only she knew about. That was a real awakening for me. Since then I have talked to several pets that have crossed over and it has always been a very emotional and wonderful session each time.
When I summoned Monty into my sacred space he was excited to talk to me and anxious to tell me all about his new home. The following was his message to his family and it touched me deeply.
He came into my white room/sacred space with a bounce in his step and turning circles showing me how well he felt and he was no longer in pain. He had a vibrant, almost glowing energy about him. He was excited to see me and let me love all over him. His tail never stopped wagging. I had to rub and pet him all over because that was what he wanted from me. He was very happy and wanted Karen to know all was good. He still gets to run in the many meadows in heaven as he did on earth and has lots of friends there. (Karen lives in the most beautiful area where they went on walks through luscious meadows all the time) He wanted Karen to know that he was still with her and Maggie (her other dog) when they went on their walks and that he loved those the most. Maggie still sees him and when Karen would see Maggie stop and look out in the distance that was him. He wanted her to know that her husband always made him feel safe. He loved them both very much and appreciated it when Karen would put a blanket over him when he was cold. It made him feel loved. Then as he had places to go and things to do he bounded out of the room like he didn't have a care in the world. It was a wonderful visit.
Karen was very worried that Monty wouldn't understand why they had him euthanized. Monty was grateful and felt no resentment towards them at all. He knew they loved him and was doing the best they could for him and didn't want him to suffer any longer. Animals hold no resentment towards humans at all. They accept death as another part of their journey. They have nothing but love for us at all times. We could learn a lot from animals. All we have to do is listen with an open heart and an open mind.