Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show 64, What you need to know before your pet’s death

We all eventually have to face that horrible day when our pets cross-over the rainbow bridge.  Arming yourself with information now will hopefully help you with your decision making later.

 

Learning now means making educated decisions when your pet crosses the rainbow bridge

Learning now means making educated decisions when your pet crosses the rainbow bridge

Adam Fried from Adams Urns joins us to discuss options for scattering ashes and memorializing your pets remains.

JaneA Kelly, blogger and creator of Paws and Effect, joins us to talk about the grieving process and what she has learned from her own pet’s passing.

Cattoo: I got this tattoo in July as a permanent way to honor Dahlia and another one of my great teachers, Sinead, who was also a black cat. They are sitting on either side of a heart chakra mandala because the two of them taught me to open my heart, which was about the most important lesson I could learn.

Cattoo: I got this tattoo in July as a permanent way to honor Dahlia and another one of my great teachers, Sinead, who was also a black cat. They are sitting on either side of a heart chakra mandala because the two of them taught me to open my heart, which was about the most important lesson I could learn.

 

Altar-dahlia: The altar I put together to honor Dahlia’s memory. The centerpiece is a beautiful bouquet of sweet-smelling flowers that my sister sent me the day after Dahlia died. On the right is my Buddha statue with Dahlia’s collar draped over it, and on the left is a Green Tara image. When I got her ashes back two weeks later, I added them to the altar as well.

Altar-dahlia: The altar I put together to honor Dahlia’s memory. The centerpiece is a beautiful bouquet of sweet-smelling flowers that my sister sent me the day after Dahlia died. On the right is my Buddha statue with Dahlia’s collar draped over it, and on the left is a Green Tara image. When I got her ashes back two weeks later, I added them to the altar as well.

 

Dahlia-after-hospital: Dahlia, back home and enjoying some love and affection after two overnight hospital stays.

Dahlia-after-hospital: Dahlia, back home and enjoying some love and affection after two overnight hospital stays.

 

Dahlia-and-thomas: Dahlia and Thomas were snuggle-buddies almost from the moment I brought her home from the shelter.

Dahlia-and-thomas: Dahlia and Thomas were snuggle-buddies almost from the moment I brought her home from the shelter.

And onto some cheery topics-You know we bring it with celeb pet gossip, pet health news, interesting stories from around the world plus The Love Genies return with their love tips for finding your pet loving pet lover.

What do you wish for in a relationship? Call into our show (760)683-2665 or email us at info@tppc.tv to have the Love Genies answer your questions.

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  1. Gorgeous tatt, JaneA!
    Karen & Skeezix´s last blog post ..Win $15,000 for your original cat video

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