The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet. Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day is August 28, 2016, and we take the time to remember our cats that are waiting on the bridge for us.

The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet
The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet.
The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet
We will always remember Tubby who has crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet
While my Victory has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, she always be my true soul mate.

The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet. Today is August 28, 2016, Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day. We take pause to reflect on this so important day, and we rally Corporate America to give bereavement  leave to those that us that have lost one of our beloved family members. We grieve our pets as much as we grieve our humans, and sometimes even more.

The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet

While Paws admits losing her Mom, Dad, Grandma, and significant others was devastating, we want to let the World know losing a beloved pet is as just as painful.  We deal with the same level of grief as we would with a human. Victory, Smokey Blue, and my beloved Tubby, who died so young of FIP, will always be a part of my life. While the Paws family only had Tubby for a few short years, we had almost a total of 40 years with Smokey Blue and Victory. How can you forget a cat that was with you almost 20 years? That’s a huge part of your life!

Just like humans, they share your couch, your bed and your dinner table. They are there to greet you when you come through the door. They say MEOW every morning. That’s more than we do with a lot of family members.

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day, August 28

The Rainbow Bridge is much like the concept of going to Heaven. Paws for Reflection  wrote about it in The Rainbow Bridge brings solace to those that have lost a pet.

10 reasons why Paws will meet our cats on the Rainbow Bridge

 

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Passing on is not the Ultimate end

  1. Death is not the ultimate end. Paws knows this first hand with two beyond death experiences in her life. After my grandmother died, she came back to tell me to take care of her son and his wife. In the real world, she would never have phrased it like this. Secondly, and more prolifically, when my Fiance died of lung cancer, his spirit went through my body when he died. It was a PEACE beyond PEACE, and something I can never forget.  That gives us pause for reflection.
  2. Theologians like Billy Graham and Pope Francis have said Pets can go to heaven. Read about it more at Can cats go to heaven. 47% of Americans think they can.
  3. The energy of life never dies. Energy in any form never dies. It may change how we see it. It may go into another dimension. But energy never stops moving.
  4. While pets aren’t people, they have emotions and feelings just like us. They may not have the ability to remember years on end, but they do feel and experience emotions just like us. Read about how my cat Victory mourned the loss of my beloved Fiance at Catster.com at How my cat Victory was grief-stricken when her special human died.
  5. We remember those who are the closest to us forever. We never forget those we truly love. Memories may fade, but   they are with us forever. Whether we are human or feline, we grieve for those we love. Read about how my cat grieve the loss of his sibling at Catster’s  My Cat Mourned The Loss of His Littermate for 8 Months.
  6. I can’t bear the thought of never seeing my cats that I’ve spent 20 years of my life with, I, also, want to see my humans, especially my Mom, who was awesome; my Dad, and my Grandmother, ever again for Eternity. There must be a way of connecting as the energy of life never dies.
  7. The Cycle of Life continues. As shown int he movie, the Lion King, the circle of life continues forever, and it goes on and on. My cats and humans that have passed on are in that circle of life.
  8. Dust is to Dust and Ashes are to Ashes, but the spirit lives on forever. I look forward to seeing my cats and special humans in the future.
  9. The Rainbow Bridge, like Heaven, brings solace to those that have lost a pet. The Hereafter is real and exists. As stated above, energy never dies, and when humans and their loved ones, including their pets, there is a special place for them to re-united whether it be Heaven or the Rainbow Bridge.
  10. There is no end to life of energy. We may die and pass on, but where do we pass on to? We think a Heaven or a Rainbow Bridge. It is somewhere, or something, as energy never dies.  If someone has a Physics model that shows energy dying, please pass it on and share on this Blog post.

Do you think the Rainbow Bridge exists? Why do you think the Rainbow Bridge exists or does not? How did you first hear about it? Do you think your cats, dogs, horses, or other pets are waiting for you?

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