This summer’s most awaited release, ‘A Dog’s Journey’ touches on a story which pet parents believe, that dogs can reincarnate and keep coming back into their lives. This Dennis Quaid movie is a sequel to the 2017 hit movie, ‘A dog’s purpose’. The movie inspired many pet parents to wonder if their dogs have been returning back to them.
Back from the farm
The relationship between a human and a dog is as unfulfilling as unconditional due to the lower lifespan of a dog. The first part of the new release ‘A Dog’s journey’ inspired many people to wonder if the concept of reincarnation of a dog is true. Twitterati has been speculating this forever.
A few even believe that their favourite people like parents and aunts reincarnate as dogs to come back to be with them, and help them through tough times.
So I’ve been believing in reincarnation more and more and I’m convinced that my moms new dog Madea is my older dog butch who passed away. Here’s why.
— Rebecca (@RebeccaJean7795) April 27, 2019
my mum thinks our pet dog is a reincarnation of her dead aunt so yeah um
— nehal (@__gosal) April 28, 2019
I think that angel theory (dogs are angels, I mean theory about plot) also explains the reincarnation and catholic tie in.
— vix 🇨🇦 (@YYCvix) April 29, 2019
I was kind of on the fence about reincarnation until I met my dog – she came out of the womb a wise old willow. I’m taking care of an ancient treasure.
— tori (@flirtysquirty92) April 26, 2019
Back to canine
A few others wishfully think that they should be re-born as dogs which would help them live happy and spoiled lives!
— OrneryVarmint (@OrneryVarmint) April 22, 2019
Hollywood actress and singer, Shirley MacLaine has always been an animal lover and believed in the many lives, and reincarnation of dogs. She has written a book on her dog, Terry called ‘Out on leash’. The terrier had won over the Academy winning actress who she believed was a ‘wellspring of love’.
Happy Birthday to Shirley MacClaine, lifelong lover of dogs. She believes in canine reincarnation, which you can read all about in her book, “Out on a Leash.” pic.twitter.com/oof2VItSJa
— Alexis Coe (@AlexisCoe) April 24, 2019
Robert Harling (left), Shirley MacLaine (center), Bill McCutcheon (right), and Rhett the Dog (far right) on the set of Steel Magnolias in the summer of 1988. pic.twitter.com/Ype711Jf2b
— Natchitoches Tourism (@NatchTourism) August 2, 2018
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