(and most humans forget)
Yes, I do agree that animals know. We have our own story in this house that would support that knowing. Our 16 year old Corgi, Murray, was not doing well. We took him to see the Vet. She indicated that it was not yet time for him to die, but he was showing that he knew his time here was soon finished. Then she asked us if we were going to get a puppy. When we indicated that we wanted to get another Corgi, she said: "I advise you to get your puppy as soon as possible so Murray can teach him all about what it means to care for your family. When Murray knows the puppy has learned what he has to teach, there will be a soul transfer and Murray will let you know it is time for him to go." We got our new puppy -- Moshe -- within the week and he was able to spend about 3 months with Murray. By this time, Murray was hardly making any noise and rarely barking. One day, Murray suddenly let out a howl! It was bloodcurdling and seemed to be generated from a place that was other-worldly. Moshe was right there with him. And then Murray collapsed and refused to move. We took him to the Vet and she told us: Yes, now it is time. He has told you it is time." We laid Murray to rest.
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thank you so much for writing this post. It is deeply meaningful to me, and I am so grateful that you shared it
Thank you, Perdita. I had a very strong encounter with a NY pigeon a few days ago that lingers with me. They are all so amazing!! I am happy to say - even NY pigeons. 🙏🏽🙏🏽