I hope you enjoyed the Solstice and are embracing summer in full swing. I’ve been making time to swim outdoors which I love. Even though it’s extremely hot in the desert it’s still my favorite time of year. I just wish someone would tell puppy Pixie Rose that just because the sun comes up early doesn’t mean we have to get up at 5 am. EVERYDAY!
Today’s video is on euthanasia, a topic ripe with emotion for good reason. It is heart wrenching to make the final decision for a beloved animal companion, especially when we wish they could stay with us on the earth plane forever. It is one of the most unselfish acts of love you can give them though.
Learn more in this video, click here.
P.S. the fire I mention in the video is now out <3 To Your Divine Power, Lynn McKenzie
I just watched your video on euthanasia. I have had to face this once with one of my pets and I did make that decision with my nearly 19 year old cat. Now my nearly 18 year old cat has lymphoma. He has been diabetic since he was 6 years old. My question is how will I know when it is time to make this decision for him. His illness is different from my other cat. I believe he will tell me but I wonder what I can look for. He is eating, drinking, eliminating and still asserts his alpha-ness with his siblings. I give him pain medicine when it seems that he is uncomfortable or in pain. I have always been deeply connected to my animal companions. A friend of mine, a spiritual empath has told me that I am an animal empath. So, I am just learning about what that means. I just know how I have always been with animals. Do you have any thoughts on this?
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