A family’s dog passed away. 2 days later, they received a sign that let them know everything was Ok

Bandit the dog was everything to the Callaghan family. They rescued him years ago and were his fourth home. He had an array of health problems, but the Callaghans always did their best to keep him happy.

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He had countless surgeries in his 15 years of life, and sadly passed away at the end of his last procedure. The Callaghan family was devastated to lose their furry best friend.

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Two days after Bandit had passed away, his human mom noticed something that gave her chills. Bandit’s water bowl was still left out, since the family had been too busy grieving to pack up his belongings.

When she looked down at it, she was shocked to see that the remaining water had formed a smiley face inside the bowl.

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Some might think this is just a coincidence and the natural settling of water, but Callaghan believes it’s a sign from doggy heaven to let her know that Bandit is okay.

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Callaghan’s daughter, Catie, snapped a photo of the smiley face bowl and posted it on Twitter. It quickly went viral, getting over 13,000 retweets. Hundreds of Twitter users offered their condolences.

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Another person replied to her tweet with a similar picture stating, “I had the same thing! Early 2015; cried on the drive to work because I missed my dog. Looked down & saw this.”

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So maybe doggie heaven exists after all! But we already know that all dogs go to heaven!

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7 thoughts on “A family’s dog passed away. 2 days later, they received a sign that let them know everything was Ok

  1. I do believe there is some truth in this.
    I lost my Zeta she was a Huskita I cleaned all the hair up.When I sat in my chair a while later I had some of her hair on my shoulder.I do believe she sent it

  2. I love the thought of dogs and pets in heaven but the liquid in the feed bowls is kinda lame….I thought the stories would be something more concrete…..this is similar to when a co-worker of mine told me she was sure a friend that had died many years earlier had visited her because when she started thinking of him a butterfly flew by her…..now really….she was outside at the times and I mean real contact is not some vague event that is interpreted into whatever you want it to mean……come on people….I really miss my pets too.

  3. Without a doubt I truly believe that all dogs go to heaven, they are pure in spirit. Whereas I also believe that many humans will never make it, as they have free will and chose to make choices contrary to the teachings of God.

  4. When my precious doggie, a Brittany named Cheska, died at age 16 I thought I would never recover. Later that day I noticed a crowd gathering on the river front near my condo. I went down to the lobby to see what was going on. There was a beautiful eagle sitting in a tree. It was a snowy day and the eagle had snow on it’s shoulders. I remembered how much Cheska loved the snow and felt so comforted that she was sending me a message that she was ok. It was the comfort I needed. Some people were upset that I got a new doggie a few days later. But I was so lonely and kept hearing my sweetie coming sown the hall. It was unbearable. I brought my Claire home 2 days later at 7 weeks. She kept me happy and will continue to be my honey.

  5. When our girl died I felt she was still with us that day , when we went to bed Vegas would always jingle her way down the hall and settle down next to th side of our bed. Her collar she wore with her tags was lying on the table and yet we both heard her jingle her way to our side and ly down next to us. My heart was aching from our loss of her , but I felt comfort hearing her . We both heard it an although nothing after that first night she would come to me in my dreams and told me she love me and it was okay to love another. I know we will all be together again in heaven.

  6. bandit is the spitting image of my dog Chessie who passed away nearly 10 years,ago. I miss her so much. even though I have 2 other dogs whom I love dearly, no dog will ever replace my Chessie, I believe in doggy heaven.

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