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My Animals Greatest Moments!

My animals’ greatest moments:

Stormy full of love!

Stormy (11-year-old Aussie): “My greatest moment is when I learned how to jump off the boat into the ocean. Prior I could swim out into the water from a lake beach, but the day I jumped out of the boat into the vast ocean I was thrilled. At first I was scared but you encouraged me. That day I also learned how to climb back on. It was challenging. I loved jumping off that boat in the large, wavy, salty water and swimming. I was strong then.”

Makia

Makia (15-year-old ): “My greatest moment is when I was a year old and I climbed to the top of the sycamore tree outside our house. It was so wonderful because I could see to the ocean, the road, and the horses at the back of the ranch. I sat close to a hawk and her nest. That was the first time I realized the world is very big. That was before I rode cross-country in a car. [The Montecito Fire Department actually helped me get Makia down from that tree!—Laura]

Joey Joe

Joey: (16-year-old cat): “My greatest moment was the night Juliett [cat] died. She came to me in a spirit and taught me how to hunt in our garden. That night she taught how to be a cat. She taught me how to leap, how to stalk low, and to look into the distance at what I am going to jump on. She said she was sorry for being mean to me when she was alive. She told she was going to be a wild cat and hunt big things but before she goes she wants to teach me how to hunt little things, because one day, God told her, she will have to teach her babies how to hunt. God told her she should teach me as practice. I became a great hunter that day and I also learned friends never die.

Serafina
Serafina (10-year-old cat): “My greatest moment is when I learned how to play with a catnip toy. I didn’t even know I could bat something like that with my paw. Now I can bat it across the room and leap on it from afar. I know how to get it to stick to my paw. It is great because that play needsskill and it also needs me to let go with joy. I never played like that before.”
Bunny Bean

Bean (4-year-old bunny): “My greatest moment was when you came and picked me up from the smoker’s house. His friends were so mean to me that when I saw you I thought, “She really came back for me!” and that I wouldn’t suffer anymore. I also liked Bunny Festival because I got to see other bunnies and hear what they had to say. I also got lots of presents there. I got new treats and that basket I could chew on. I realized a lot of people love bunnies.”

Maia

Maia (wolf-dog in heaven): “In life my greatest moment was when you would teach me something like jumping over an obstacle or shaking paws and you would light up with admiration for me. Also when you would put my bright orange reflective vest on and let me go out for hours and chase deer. In heaven my greatest moment is when I picked the family where I will be reborn and then God said yes, I can come back to you.”

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7 thoughts on “My Animals Greatest Moments!”

  1. Dearest Laura,
    I just cried reading that Maia will come back to you. It reminded me of one of the most beautiful songs I have recently heard that Madeleine plays constantly. It is called Shelter by Ray Montagne. Do you have it? If not, I would like to make a copy and send to you. Let me know.
    The lyrics that remind me of Maia’s feelings:

    All of this around us’ll fall over.
    I’ll tell you what we’re gonna do.
    You will shelter me my love.
    And I will shelter you.

    Love, Maura

    1. Dearest Laura,
      I just cried reading that Maia will come back to you. It reminded me of one of the most beautiful songs I have recently heard that Madeleine plays constantly. It is called Shelter by Ray Montagne. Do you have it? If not, I would like to make a copy and send to you. Let me know.
      The lyrics that remind me of Maia’s feelings:

      All of this around us’ll fall over.
      I’ll tell you what we’re gonna do.
      You will shelter me my love.
      And I will shelter you.

      Love, Maura

  2. Stormy,

    It was wonderful to hear your adventure. The bunnies and I send you our prayers – may you be strong and happy.

    Bean,

    Bunny Festival is September 25th this year. I’m going to help with bunny security so all the BUNS bunnies are safe. Hope to see you & Laura!

    LOL – Gloria & Bunnies

  3. These comments from your animals were precious. Many humans would do well to learn from our animal friends when they share their wisdom with us all. …. I have a dog now in heaven. Before she died, I would sometimes lie down next to her on the floor and share a pillow. To my delight and amazement, I found that I had flashes of seeing the world through her eyes, and knowing what was in her heart. It was very sad and beautiful at the same time. … Later, after she passed over, she would come and visit me in the early morning in my dreams. In them, I was a dog apparently, because we were running through fields together. I didn’t realize this was even happening at the time, only later when somehow I connected to those experiences while awake, did I remember and appreciate that she came back to visit with me. And every now and then, she still does.

  4. Jane Hitzelberger

    Laura,
    I am typing through the tears. What a blessing to have Maia come back…I hope my babies in heaven are close to me …I just need help in hearing them.
    Thank you,
    Jane

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