End of Life Decisions with Animal Communication

animal communication animal whisperer dog whisperer end of life decisions with animal communication sheltie Aug 25, 2023
sheltie dog laying down

Dealing with the impending loss of a cherished animal is a heart-wrenching experience. I vividly remember the days leading up to saying goodbye to my beloved dog, Jack, several years ago.

In 2011, while coping with the loss of my mother and the end of a 17-year marriage, I found myself confronting the reality that Jack's time with me was drawing to a close. Jack, a source of comfort and protection for my children and me played a vital role during those challenging times.

His unwavering enthusiasm for playing fetch served as a reminder to find joy even amidst exhaustion from single-handedly raising my kids.

From the tender age of 10 weeks, I nurtured Jack throughout his life, fostering a bond that spanned 13 years filled with laughter, cuddles, and play.

However, Jack's health took a gradual decline, six months after his veterinarian had given him a clean bill of health. Although a definitive diagnosis eluded us, the telltale signs suggested cancer was the culprit.

Pets with Cancer Can Be Helped

As his condition worsened, he exhibited unusual symptoms like foul gas and a loss of appetite. Anyone who has been through this painful experience with their animals, understands the desperation to coax a pet to eat.

I vividly recall attempting to offer him his favorite food, steak, only to hear a soft voice “I want that white bread.”  

I turned and noticed that he was eyeing the baguette I had on the counter. 

Jack had never had bread, let alone a baguette before.  I gave him a slice and he ended up eating several pieces of the bread.

I was relieved because he had not been eating for 24 hours and I was very worried about him.

The next day, I got an image of a hard boiled egg.  I cooked a few of them for Jack and he happily ate the eggs.  He was showing me what he wanted to eat.  He tolerated these foods with his upset tummy. Other foods were making him feel nauseous, he told me. 

In those final days, it became evident that bread and eggs were all Jack desired. These seemingly simple choices brought him comfort and satisfaction in a time of physical hardship. Reflecting on this period, I am immensely grateful that I was able to comprehend and fulfill his wishes.  This end-of-life animal communication brought me comfort in knowing that I was honoring his wishes.

End of Life Animal Communication

One special moment of tenderness was when I asked Jack to communicate when he was ready to depart. Our bond enabled us to share unspoken telepathic, conversations, and his response was clear.

He wished to leave peacefully at home.  When that morning arrived, and as I gazed into his eyes, I understood that he was ready. With the children hugging and kissing him goodbye, they headed to school, and I knew the day had come.

Jack's passing was serene.  I performed a shamanic healing ceremony that aided his transition. As he took his last breath beside me, I held onto the comfort of knowing that I had respected his wishes.

The end-of-life communication with Jack is something I still remember and it brings me comfort.

Learning Animal Communication

Discovering the world of animal communication offers us the profound ability to understand and connect with animals on a deeper level, especially our own animals. 

I cringe when I think about how lost I would have, been had I not heard what Jack wanted to eat or how he wanted to pass at home with me by his side.

It is because of animal communication, that I find comfort in having peace that I did all the things Jack wanted me to do for his final hours.  It was a beautiful, peaceful passing. 

Animal Communication and the Afterlife

Now that Jack has passed, I still talk with him, telepathically via animal communication.  He tells me he will come back to me when I'm ready.  He tells me what it's like for him in the spirit world and who he sees there from time to time.

Even though he's been gone for a while, I still feel him visit me.  It's usually to remind me to play more and worry less....wise advice from a wise soul.  Thanks Jack!

If you're curious about unlocking your own animal communication abilities, consider joining my interactive online course that dives into the skill of interpreting, confirming, and truly knowing your animal companion's messages.

Learn more about it here 



You Might Also Like

Triggers in Animals and the 4th of July

Jul 09, 2024

Animals Talk to Us in Multiple Ways

May 16, 2024

Are you annoying your pet by doing this?

Apr 11, 2024

Yes! I want 5 FREE Tips to Learn Animal Communication

Enter your info below and your downloadable pdf will be on its way to your inbox!

We won't send spam. Unsubscribe at any time.