What Happens To Our Pets When They Die? 5 Top Answers to Your Questions!

Are you a person that has loved and cherished your pet for many years? Are you having difficulty with the loss of your animal friend? Are you experiencing emotions of sadness and grief?

It can be really difficult to accept, grasp and process the passing of an animal friend from the physical form to the spirit form. This physical separation can leave you with a huge gap of unexplained emotions and grief that can be overwhelming!

Yet, rest assure… there is guidance for you. By working with a…

• Professional Animal Medium

• Someone who will support your animal’s Spirit Transition or a

• Professional Animal Guidance Communicator

You will get your most common questions answered!

These are the most common questions that I want to share with you…

• What happens when my animal dies?

• Why did my dog or cat behave the way it did before it crossed over?

• Does my horse that passed have a special message for me?

• Will my animal come back to live with me?

• Does my animal friend know they are going to die?

These are great questions and the answers are there for you to help focus your energy and shift your perspective. And the good news is… knowing the answers to these questions can help you focus your energy, shift your perspective and work through you the many emotions that may block you from healthy processing.

Question #1 – What happens when my animal dies?

When your animal friend dies they move into Spiritual Energy or being a Soul Spirit. They exist without sickness, pain or fear. Your animal friend is cherished and respected for the work they did with you on Earth, which is extremely honorable. Since they are living in Soul Spirit, their role is to prepare and transition for their next role.

Question #2 – Why did my dog or cat behave the way it did before it crossed over?

If your animal friend exhibits any new behaviors days, hours or minutes before crossing over this is their way of transitioning energy. There will be a period of time where they are in-between bodies, which means they are in Soul Spirit but they haven’t quite made the full transition. This transition period could take up to 2-weeks. So if you see some new and uncharacteristic behaviors… it is okay… they are just making the transition in their own way.

Question #3 – Does my horse that passed have a special message for me?

The answer is YES! When an animal dies they are still contactable and often want to continue to contact their people for many years. Even though they are not in the physical body, their spirit is alive and well. You can still be able to see, hear or sense your pet, even if for a fleetingly moment.

Question #4 – Will my animal come back to live to me?

They can and they do! Especially, if you made a Soul Contract with your animal to continue life on the Earth plan again. They will come back as an animal companion. Animals do not reincarnate as humans.

Question #5 – Does my animal friend know they are going to die?

Yes they do! They are fine tuned and highly evolved beings. They are part of our Divine Plan to help us be better human beings. They have made Soul Contracts with us that do have a life span of their own. They are okay with death and when they die it means that their Soul Contract with us is complete on the Earth plan and they taught us what we needed to know.

So remember… despite your animal entering into a new Soul Spirit life, they are always accessible to you. With their soul or spirit you are able to be contact them and hear what they have to say. By exploring these questions and others that you may have you will begin to feel a sense of calmness and relief when you get your special message from your dear animal friend.

Are Guinea Pigs Good Pets?

Are guinea pigs good pets? All signs point to ‘Yes!’ Before jumping on the ‘small pet’ bandwagon however, there are a few things you should know about these loveable little critters. Knowing about a pet animal’s diet and feeding habits, social behavior and life expectancy is a very important part of being a good pet owner.

The average life expectancy of a pet guinea pig is between five to seven years, although some have been known to live up to eight years or more. If you’re thinking about buying or adopting, you should be prepared a long-term commitment. One thing that’s very important to realize is that you should never get a single pet. These animals are extremely social, and if you want your pets to have a rich, rewarding life, you should keep at least two.

Your pets will bond and socialize with each other, but that does not mean they will not bond with you. They are very gentle and friendly animals, and will soon win you over. If you handle them gently, they will even show signs of approval by wheeking and grunting.

The best time to get a guinea pig is when they are babies. If you are planning on getting a pair (as you should), know that same-sex pairs work the best. That is, two females or two males will usually bond most easily. Introducing the animals as babies gives the best chances of the two forming a lasting friendship. In some cases however a pair of baby pigs may not bond right away, but that is rare.

Adult pigs can form a fast friendship as well, if they are introduced under the right circumstances. How long a pair takes to bond also depends on the breed.

Another important consideration is cage size. Although small animals, they require a large floor space because they are very active. Most pet stores only carry small cages that may cramp your pets’ style, especially if you get a pair. The good news is, you can construct a homemade cage using readily-available tools and supplies. Guinea pigs are not known to be adept escape artists, and can be safely accommodated in a homemade cage. When caring for pets, ensuring a comfortable living area for the animals is vital.

Most breeds are usually quiet, but they have the ability to make a loud, high-pitched sound known as a ‘wheek.’ This is most often heard when they want attention or food. A wheek is not as loud as a dog’s bark, but it is audible at night when you’re trying to get some sleep. A good idea may to keep the cage away from your sleeping quarters.

Guinea pigs are small and friendly animals that can bring joy to any household. They live about five to eight years, and adults can grow up to one-and-a-half pounds. If you want to keep guinea pigs as pets for your family, you should be prepared for a long-term commitment. As long as you take care of them properly, your pets can be oodles of fun for years.

Corn Snakes As Pets – The Pros & Cons

Pet owners have made snakes one of the more popular exotic pets. A snake in particular that is popular with beginners is the Corn Snake. They can be selectively bred, meaning they come in all sorts of different colors and patterns making it a very interesting animal to own.

One of the obvious advantages of owning a Corn Snake is the fact that its not poisonous, and will rarely bite its owner. Even if it does bite, their teeth are so small you probably will not notice it. They are a very docile animal, and usually do not mind being handled by humans. When you decide to buy your first one, you must dedicate a long time to it as they can live up to 20 years. They do not grow too large though, normally not more than 4 feet long.

Something you must be careful of when creating the pet snakes home, is that there are no places where the snake can get out of, as they are brilliant escape artists. Make sure their cage is quite large and has a properly fitted lid. Any time you take the lid off make sure to put it back securely as they can push this it off to escape. Also, the cage should contain somewhere the snake can hide, such as a box, which will make it feel secure.

Feeding a Corn Snake can be the most interesting part and not for the squeamish. They generally live off mice or small rats that have already been killed. Be sure not to feed too large a rat to smaller snakes as they will find it hard to consume. Also, they only need to be fed once a week. One of the downsides to feeding the snake dead mice and rats is that you have to keep them frozen, so you need to make sure everyone in the household is happy with that.

Like all living creatures, your pet snake will need water to survive. A bowl of water, that cannot be knocked over by the snake, is ideal. Also make sure the water is regularly changed. This type of snake is a hardy species and will not easily become ill, making them a very cost effective exotic pet. They both eat well and shed their skin well, which some snakes in captivity have problems with.

Although you might expect an exotic pet to be a good companion and have a relationship with its owner, this is not the case with snakes. Unlike dogs and other pet animals, they will not respond to you and might not always appreciate the attention you give them.

Even with that shortcoming the Corn Snake can make a very good exotic pet for first time owners. The many different patterns and colors make them very unique. They are extremely easy to care for and seem to enjoy being handled. A big plus is they will not bite your hand off or poison you like some other snakes or exotic animals.