How Do Animals Perceive Death?

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How Do Animals Perceive Death?
Comments by Frank and Mary Hoffman - 19 Apr 2008

Dear Vickie:

Thank you very much for your comments and insight.

We also believe that animals may have a much closer understanding of the spiritual realm than we humans do. They also have a much more developed sense of smell, and part of their ability to predict death, is their ability to smell it. We have personally experienced them doing this.

We also have first hand experience with near death experiences.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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