by Contributor | Aug 16, 2021 | Animals in Nature, Contributors, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Jonker Tomasoa, The Netherlands
Years ago, my wife and I paid a visit to a dear friend and her family in Kenya. It was our first time in that country. When my friend married four years earlier, I was her best man. Although we are not related, she called me Abang, which means brother in the Malay language.
by Tammy Attama | Jun 21, 2021 | Animals Teach Love, Columnists, Dogs, Pets in Family Life |
By Tammy Attama, Virginia
With joyful anticipation, we picked up our new puppy! She was a few months old, gangly, and adorable in the body she had yet to grow into. Our family fussed over her and made her feel welcomed; however, her excitement did not match our own.
by Contributor | Mar 15, 2021 | Contributors, Dreams with Animals, Farm Animals, Horses, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Russell Henderson, Oregon
The horse who became my cherished friend had helped me heal from the loss of my wife. How would Divine Spirit guide me through saying good-bye to him?
by Contributor | May 18, 2020 | Cats, Contributors, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Peter Skrivanic, Kyoto, Japan
At ten years old, I went with my family to our local humane society in Oakville, a suburb of Toronto, Canada, to find our first family pet. Looking from cage to cage, I stopped before one that held Sam, a six-year-old, gray, male tabby cat with yellow-green eyes. He was large, slightly rotund, and older than most of the other cats in the shelter.
by Contributor | Dec 24, 2019 | Contributors, Dogs, Dreams with Animals, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Lois Stanfield, Minnesota
When my newly adopted, rescued Afghan Hound, Lila, came to live with my other Afghan, Pistachio, and me, I had to help her accept her newfound freedom. Eventually she graduated from being a dog who had lived in a kennel to a beloved house pet.