Real Life Rainbow Bridge Stories

'I'm Here For You Too'

by Elizabeth Bonis Murayama
(Tokyo Japan)

I had a dream I wanted to share with others, but before I go into it I want to give a little background information:

When I was six years old my grandmother adopted a black Cockapoo dog from her now deceased nephew, her name was Missy. The last time I saw her was when I was nineteen years old, I'm now twenty-eight years old.

This morning I had a dream, it felt like somewhere between heaven and earth. I was sitting down when a black dog approached me from the left, It was Missy! She lay her head on my lap, looked up at me, and wagged her tail. Advanced Speech and the ability to be able to communicate through words alone is (in a way) a gift from god not given to the animals of the world, yet, I could feel her speak to me with her emotions, and with these emotions alone she was able to communicate with me.

I felt such a deep and warm feeling of love coming from the inner-most of my former friend, an emotion that said "I missed you, I love you, and I'm so happy to see you again," I put my arms around her as she looked up and wagged her tail at me, and with my emotions I too was able to convey the same emotions to her. The room brightened as our bodies faded to white. The dream faded out, and I was left with a warm feeling of love still emanating from the left side of my body; and missing my friend for the first time in over nine years.

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Beautiful
by: Anonymous

What a beautiful story. It gives us all hope that we will one day see our beloved pets again. I lost my dog Sherwin see "Soaring Free") and have no question that he will be waiting for me. Thanks for your wonderful story.

Carol

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^_^
by: Elizabeth

Thank you :D

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WOW!
by: Margaret Handy-Williams, Dartmouth, NS, CA

That was a beautiful and most wonderful story.. I am glad you had the opportunity to say hi and hold your grandmothers' dog in your arms. How emotional that was for you.

Margaret - hugs

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