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  1. I just downloaded a book to my IPad titled “Wagging Tails in Heaven” by Gary Kurz. Haven’t had a chance to read but will as I travel in the next few days. He also wrote one titled “Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates” which I do not have. My believe is that a loving God would not have created these loving, precious creatures for our pleasure and not take them to be with us in heaven.

  2. “…Our cats’ bodies quiver with delight. Their whiskers bristle forward, their tails shoot straight up in the air.” What a glorious mental image this gave me!

    I have always believed that we will be reunited with our beloved ones, of all species, in due time. Our souls leave worn-out or ill or maimed bodies much as some of us leave housing that is no longer habitable, to find much better places. The bonds that I have, and have had, with my loved ones are eternal. They do not stop for illness or injury. Of course, I am absolutely confident in our reunification in due time — we are promised this!

  3. Have you ever had a cat who you were sure was a reincarnation of a prior one? I’ve heard that from many cat guardians. I believe that when we (humans, felines,canines) may have options. I believe first, maybe we have some *work* to review this last life, and then decide what to do *next.* Is there Heaven, where one retires in joy? If you have a particular purpose or gift you want to come back and pursue, you can do that. Perhaps help or guide others, be an angel, Aa guide, a teacher,one who helps those new arrivals with their life-review, etc. I think we have options and so do our beloved kitties.

    • I’m a believer in the eternal progression of all souls, Rani. I believe that we have many options at the time that we leave our current life. One of those may well be to return to the setting that we previously departed from It could be to help a very distraught person or to attempt to correct a wrong. Whatever it may be, I know of people who would swear that their beloved cat is back with them. For me, I’ve never wanted my beloved cats to remain stagnant. I always tell them to fly, go with their god, and that I will be OK.

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