Gizmo had such a 'connection of the heart' with his human companion. I had originally worked with his owner back in October 2011 and even though various images of possible locations were shown to me there was still no success in finding him. In February 2012, I felt guided to work with him again. It felt that he really wanted the owner to try once again. So we conducted another Lost Dog Session and again I was shown images of his journey. Looking back there were signs that he had passed but yet he still felt so 'alive' to me. Perhaps that is what he wanted to convey to the owner that he had lived quite a journey those few months before he passed.
Little Gizmo passed before he could return home but I feel he never really left his owner. He wanted to make sure she knew how much he loved her and that she had closure so that they both could be free.
Our animal companions touch our lives while they are here with us physically but their heart connection transcends any physical limitations that death may place on them. What I hope the owner will take from this is that Gizmo truly loved her with all his heart while he was in physical body and even when he transitioned into spirit. I believe he wanted her to know he had quite a journey and perhaps it was a journey he was meant to take. These amazing souls come into our lives and it is not up to us to decide how long they stay but to embrace the love that we were given as a gift even if it was for only a short time.