End of Life
For those of us who consider our pets part of the family, our pet’s transition is extremely difficult.
Unlike our human family, we decide when to let them go.
We struggle, cry and wonder if we made the right decision.
Other people may not understand the level of grief we experience.
I have had pets since I was a little kid and I know this first-hand. I still remember all my long-gone animals with affection and truthfully, still miss them.
As an animal communicator, I can help you communicate directly with your animal. This will create a transition process that leaves you full of peace.
Would you like to:
- Know if your pet is ready to transition?
- Find out if they are in pain?
- Be able to let them know when, where and how the ending will come so they are prepared?
- Have a last conversation with them before they pass?
- Help them transition easily, gracefully and without fear?
- Discover how they are doing and what they have to share after they have passed?
What if the person is transitioning, not the animal?
An animal communication session can:
- Let the pet know what’s happening.
- Allow the person and the animal to say goodbye.
- Allow the person and the animal to say how much they meant to each other.
- Explain where the pet will be living afterwards.
- Acknowledge the grief and help the healing process.
An animal communication session is the key.
Peace comes when you know it was a good ending.
- You made a joint decision about how and when the end should happen.
- Your animal is prepared and is looking forward to the transition.
- They are not making the transition alone.
- You can hear how your animal is doing in the afterlife.
- You appreciate the relationship even more as you see your animal’s purpose in your life.
- If the person is transitioning, they know their animal understands what is going on.