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poseypom

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My Callie passed away about 5 months ago. I had two dreams about her in which I heard the cling clang of her chain.  I didn't see her in the dream, however.
Last night I had a dream in which I actually saw her.  I wanted it to be a dream in which she was at the Rainbow Bridge and was happy and was playing with all the other animals there.  Unfortunately, this was not the case.  In my dream, Callie was trying to jump on my bed, she looked very disheveled and sad.  In addition she appeared very short of breath. Needless to say
I woke up very upset and wondered why I saw her this way. Anybody have any ideas?
pansy

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That must have been an upsetting dream for you.  I don't know why you would have seen her like that under those circumstances but I do know when my boyfriend passed away after a traumatic death my dreams for a good while were still of him looking sick.  For some reason months later I finally had a dream where he looked healthy and happy and future dreams since have been good.  
Maybe you are still processing the death??  Just a thought. 
grievingmom

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You are concerned that she suffered and that dream is a "drawing" of what you believe she may have felt.

I had a horrible dream about my dog Tum.

You'll be OK. This is all part of the process.
poseypom

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Thank you so much for your support.
grievingmom

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You are welcome.
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