The Angel for Animals is an Angel we can call when we need to protect and heal our fuzzy friends. The Angel of Animals brings love, understanding and amazing healing. She often shows herself surrounded by nature in flowing clothes, and holding an animal in need of blessings.
Angel for Animals: Angel Ariel
Angel Ariel is the angel that oversees the protection and healing of animals and plants. She has been known to punish those who harm God’s creations. You can ask for Ariel’s help to take good care of God’s creatures and to provide healing that they may need, according to God’s will. She works with the Archangel Raphael when healing. Angel Ariel naturally and constantly radiates Divine Love, and presence with Source. Connecting with her is comforting as she offers offers protection and healing help to animals, both wild and tame.
Angel for Animals: Prayer for Healing
O Lord Jesus Christ, our Savior, Physician of all living things, who through thy love and compassion doth heal all manner of sickness and affliction: do thou O Lord visit this pet (pet’s name) of his (her) suffering and heal him (her) of every sickness and affliction. Also grant to me patience and acceptance of whatever you may deem worthy for this humble pet. Be with my pet in this time of need and help him (her) to be comforted by our care and love.
Whenever you need assistance with an animal, surgery for a pet, a missing pet, or maybe a stray that needs to find a home, call on the Angel of Animals, Angel Ariel, for help. All creatures of our planet reflect this Angel’s love. If you are looking for a physical connection with the Angel of Animals, try wearing a piece of jewelry made of coral or opal. Try taking a quartz crystal and blessing it with this Angel’s healing for your pet. Then place near their cage or bedding to assist your loved pet.
Feed your pet in times of need. Some animals may have problems eating food during their illness. Your pet should eat smaller portions to help them get the nutrition they need. Feeding your pet by hand can encourage them to eat. You can also offer warm, scented foods.
Human baby food, found in the small jars on your grocery store shelves, is an easily digestible choice for a cat or dog with tummy trouble. Just be careful to avoid ones that include onions, which can cause damage to red blood cells.
Do what you can!
Animal shelters are always in need of a helping hand. Whether it’s taking dogs for a walk, cleaning out cages, or answering the phone, your free time can be used to help shelters keep the doors open so potential pet parents can connect with their new family member. Wherever you’re located, items like towels, old newspapers, food, and kitty litter go quickly, so when your schedule doesn’t allow time to volunteer, consider donating these goods instead. If your local shelter doesn’t have donation or volunteer terms on its website, give them a call. They’ll be delighted to share a few ways you can help.