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.
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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 protection and healing help to animals, both wild and tame.
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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.
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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.
Angel for Animals: Do Animals Go To Heaven?
Do animals go to heaven? – From time to time, people wonder: Do animals go to heaven? We’ve heard people with great sincerity say, “If my fur baby can’t be with me, then I can’t be there, either.”
Placing restrictions on what can or can’t be in heaven is a fruitless exercise, much like debating how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. No one has brought back a report, and sooner or later we’re all going to find out anyway. God uses animals to help humans learn about love. From our pets, we learn mercy, compassion, patience, and understanding — and we also learn what it means to receive unconditional love.
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Angel for Animals: Animals in the Garden of Eden!
We’ve been taught in Sunday school that God created all the different species to be Adam’s friends and neighbors in the Garden of Eden. Revelation 21:1 says that heaven is a place where we will enjoy a glorious and perfect version of creation as we already know it! Recently Pope Francis told a young boy whose dog has died that paradise is open to all of God’s creatures.
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Angel for Animals: Animals Can Be Fulfillment!
God had literally created the animals before He had created Adam and Eve. God did this so Adam and Eve would have everything they would need to be happy and fulfilled in the new life that He was going to give them. If animals were not going to be fully enjoyed by Adam and Eve and everyone to follow after them, then God would have never created them in the first place.
Angel for Animals: Animals have an Animal Soul!
There is hope that our pets, and all creatures, will rise again. How and why? The reason you can have this hope is because from the very beginning of time, in the original state of holiness (the Garden of Eden) it appears there were animals. So, even though animals do not have eternal spirits, they are physical and have what we may call an animal soul. Since heaven is to be a place of unending joy, perhaps God will feel that it will not be complete for humans without their pets.
Angel for Animals: Animals and Noah’s Arc!
If God did not think the animals and living creatures He had created at the beginning were important, He would have never had Noah put them on the boat to save and preserve them. For God to go to this extreme length in order to save all of these living creatures shows us how much God really does love and care for all of the animals that He has personally created.
Angel for Animals: Animals in Heaven!
We at SecretSerendipity.com believe that God loves and cares for his animals and there is indeed a place for them in heaven. The pets that we had to say goodbye to are alive in heaven right now in their spiritual, perfect bodies and we will see them again.
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Clayton Borger borgerFebruary 7, 2021
thank you i just lost a pet to cancer missing him alot i hope AERIEL IS TAKING GOOD CARE OF HIM I LOST A LOT OF PETD IN MY LIFETIME i miss them all i know we will see each other again love Clayton
Sandra M QuilicoApril 4, 2021
I totally understand your pain. Lost my pup of 14 years to cancer. I was heartbroken.
Sarecia NortonMay 4, 2021
Bless the beasts and the children…??
CherubMay 22, 2021
I can only pray and hope our animals who have passed are indeed in paradise and will be there with us when we join them. They are all very special when it comes to impacting our lives.
TerriOctober 30, 2022
To all of you above-there are 4 since 2/7/21-I write, with experience and I believe, knowledge, that although the pain is so full and searing, your beloved fur babies are doing whatever they could not do here on Earth and are as happy as you had ever seen them and more. I have had animals since less than one year old-so has the hubby and our kids. One in particular, who has gone ahead of her parent’s and siblings, I believe with all my heart that they ALL were waiting for her and greeted her with all the love there is! I picture her as Ariel. It’s who she seemed like in Earth-time! She believed they would go to a place where they were more than fine and that she would be with them. I even called a very cool female minister one time, myself, just to se what she thought-on a day I had to take one grey kitty, Whisper, in, when the mass and los of weight shocked me! I apologized to him over and over. I had a new baby and had to have surgery just a few weeks later and was still nursing my son in the hospital 24/7. So I fell behind. I took him and my barely toddler child, while my future Ariel was at school and her Dad was at work, teaching. It was an inoperable cancer-had it verified-but I knew before I got there. They watched my boy up front and gave me time with Whisper. He got 2 shots-one to calm him and then the kind Dr. showed me a sign or two that he was getting a bit anxious so we went right ahead while I held him. We brought him home in a box that they kindly filled with soft things! I had to wait th rest of the day and then tell my daughter and husband when they got home. Yes, we buried him and had a ceremony. That is a good idea, BTW. However you choose is the right way! Try to NOY 2nd guess yourself. In about a year, look back at pictures you have of your departed fur-baby. You will see something different than you saw everyday or that you even see now. I speak from a long lifetime of many wonderful best friends that I could tell everything to-and they would listen! Animals are such a gift to humans. Companionship, unyielding love, funny things, scary things, weird things, you name it. And yes, they go too soon. What that does is clear a pace for another animal to come in. As of Halloween we are celebrating the night we finally let grey cat “Charlie” in-you know how bad it is for animals then. Especially th black ones. Each gave us their personalities which gave them their names and laughter, and snuggles and help when we needed it-they just KNEW! They know so many different things than we do. My daughter never let it go too long in the house without knowing where they all were. We’ve had 180 pound dogs and slightly smaller-of many breeds and cats galore and glorious, rats that my daughter brought home from the place she worked full time while going to school full time. She loved them all and took some for surgery because they had tests run on their ancestors and things would sometimes carry forward. She built hammocks and levels for them, knew their personalities and could have a cat and a dog and a rat and a rat baby under her hair all out in her room together, getting along perfectly. BTW, you DO know that rabies shots actually cause cancer, I hope. They have to have them but they have finally gotten to where they give it in the very tip end of the tail so if cancer begins they can immediately take that off in surgery- and not have the big surgeries in different part of their bodies. I have had a couple of experiences where I was being visited-not jut a dream-and I know they were there. I’ve had it happen with a very few people who have gone ahead, also. Believe it or not but I do. it is not just for comforting myself-although it is a comfort. I am not simple minded or too terribly weird. I am simply pen and I know enough to realize I do not know everything, nor should I. If any of you believe in reincarnation-along with heaven, or adjacent to any of your given or learned beliefs, believe this: The attachments we form are the exact things to treasure and the exact things to learn to detach from with assuredness of the best happening and it is calming and about love. It is not about fear. It is the opposite of fear. Sometimes we hurry too much–find a way to slow-walk through life and relax your muscles as many times as it takes to learn to do that more proficiently. Learn breath methods and to clear the mind and practice it. You may have to start over many times but it is definitely there for those who seek it. Your heart’s are broken, I know about that. My first dog lived to over 16 and when he went I was a teenager, who didn’t want to face it, so if I didn’t come out of my room and actually hear it from my parent’s (we were on vacation) then I did not have to face the truth. I sure did take some time. I finally wrapped my head around it and set forth to hear the news I already knew, face it and cry-because tears actually heal. They reduce Cortisol, a stress hormone in our body in the tears themselves. Eat healthy, drink clean water-if we can find any!- and know another animal has either just gotten to you or is on the way. In this way, we can have the sheer joy of being the caretakers and loves of each and every animal sent our way! And they will come! AND, I always say, “Bless the beasts and the children…” I was happy to see that here. The One that created me and waits for us our whole lives in so many ways, gave these animals to the Earth, before humans showed up. And, n another slightly different note, I also believe that every form of food, drink and Medicine has also been provided to us. Oh, have any of you ever seen the older movie “Medicine Man” starring Sean Connery, one of Amy very favorite James Bonds-and a fine actor who passed away in the last very few years. He played Indiana Jones Father in one Episode. And The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, the great beat cop in The Untouchables in 1987, The Hunt For Red October, and on and on-but the first ones what I am asking you t watch–and learn! You will see why and it is a movie ahed of it’s time and stand today! It will help you in a lot of ways. More than this note of love and hopefully, some solace to you people who are hurting. Yes, I realize it is over a year-actually a year and a half or more since you wrote this here-but found it today so today, I write! Do not close your heart and try to guard against loving that much again so as to “self-protect>” That is not going to work and it will hurt you more if you try that. By now, you may already have 1 or 2 new fur-babies in your lives. There are SO many. I once worked at the SPCA as Manager and Fund-Raiser. What I saw and what became improved were rally something! My daughter, Jenna, always gave things away that she was done with to the SPCA Thrift Store here. Guess who thought of opening one here! And I wrote it in my list of fund-raising ideas. My heart went out to you all- I found this now and maybe you will see it someday. I trust that you are keeping well and happy and please, for everyone’s sake, VOTE in the mid-terms! It is vital. You can get groups together to help drive people to do that because sometimes people do not have a way of getting there. Or are made to feel intimidated and very afraid when they do get there. You love your animals-go show that to some folks who need you. And take your fur-baby in your heart with you. Ask them if they ever had animals. Just don’t let people be scared away. Now, onwards and upwards! Thank you for listening. Best of luck in your lives. Jenna’s Mother, Terri 🙂