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Woman left ‘astonished’ as scattered ashes from the shape of her late dog: “When scattering my Shepherd/Collie dog’s ashes, I was astonished to notice that the shape they formed looked exactly like her”

Woman left astonished scattered ashes
Woman left astonished scattered ashes Image: Jam Press Vid/Natalie Franko Larason/Amazing Animals+/TMX)

It’s always heartbreaking to lose a pet, but it’s extremely difficult when it happens suddenly or unexpectedly.

People grieve in different ways, and some people consider scattering their pet’s ashes to be a meaningful or sacred way to remember them. It’s a way to say farewell, to let them free, to return them to nature or to their favorite area.

As per Newsweek, it can signify a lot of things to different people, but dispersing ashes for Natalie Franko Larason was a sign that her dog would never leave her.

Biscuit, Larason’s 12-year-old dog, died “suddenly and unexpectedly” in early 2022. She opted to scatter her dog’s ashes at a beautiful river site after receiving them from cremation.

However, when she tossed the ashes into the air, she was astonished to see that the ashes had taken on the shape of her late shepherd/collie mix!

She shared in the video’s description: “When scattering my Shepherd/Collie dog’s ashes, I was astonished to notice that the shape they formed looked exactly like her. I took it as a sign of her final goodbye and cherish this video. It’s miraculous.”

“I hope my fellow animal lovers take comfort in this video, as I have. Rest in peace my sweet Biscuit, I’ll meet you at the Rainbow Bridge,” she concluded.

Nobody knows what occurs after death, but it’s comforting to see small signs that our loved ones continue to live on in some way.

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