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Woman Sees Recently Passed Dog In The Clouds (Tweets)

This is so beautiful. It's like when you're having the worst day imaginable, just downpour rain and all of a sudden you see it -- a rainbow. A rainbow appears and you can't help but smile because you know things will get better. 

And if you recently lost a loved one, you know they're looking down, watching over you. That's how we choose to see it, anyways.

Twitter user, @LLedgeway, recently lost her beloved dog and later in the day, saw an image of her beautiful dog in the clouds. 

And we totally see it, too! Twitter users soon began sharing similar experiences and our eyes are just so weepy. 

We believe in all these signs, anything that brings comfort in such a time. 

dogs tweets mourning love clouds pets cat animals heartwarming tearjerker signs loss | lucy @LLedgeway my dog passed away my dads arms this morning seconds before setting off vets. later day went out clear our head andi cried my boyfriend seat she died just begging sign she's okay. this is blessed with rborough (A64O
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The Pebble Island Is a Heaven Of Animals And It Is Now For Sale

Have you ever dreamed of owning your very own island filled with some exotic animals? That fantasy might be closer than you think. Pebble Island is the 3rd largest island in the Falklands, and it is up for sale. Via: Sharebly

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Good news for your dearly departed Fluffy.

At a recent appearance in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis consoled a young boy whose dog had died saying: "Paradise is open to all of God's creatures."

This is contradictory to traditional Roman Catholic beliefs that animals don't have souls as well as the views of the previous pope, Pope Benedict XVI.

Benedict gave a sermon in 2008 in which he said that after an animal dies, it "just means the end of existence on earth."

The Humane Society is praising the comments, and PETA thinks this might now turn everyone into a vegan.

As an animal lover, Pope Francis (whose name comes from the patron saint of animals, St. Francis of Assisi) also received two donkeys as an early Christmas present this year.