Been a while YGS! What better day to submit than Halloween 🎃. This experience belongs to my dog, and witnessed by me and the Mr. My sister in law had a 8 years old dog, Bobo. Bobo is one of those dogs that you either love him or you don't, mainly because he was not the friendliest of dogs. It seems his life mission was just to be with my sister in law. He has no interest in doing anything except be glued to his mom. Perhaps it was the way he was raised or just who knows. He did show love to those who loved him, like to me. Anyway, Bobo passed away suddenly one evening when no one was home and it was really sad for the family. I always called him uncle Bo because he always acted more like an older man rather than a pup. His daddy made him a coffin and buried him on their property by some trees. After his burial, the same evening, I believe my dog had a dream of Bobo saying goodbye. My pup is 2 years old and has never cried in her dreams or made any noises. Just the usual nose twitching, paws running, and body movement. It was late in the evening around 9 pm my dog was taking a nap on our bed. I was in my washroom doing whatever with the door open, my husband on the computer desk. All in the same room (bathroom is ensuite). Out of nowhere we hear this high pitched wailing or sirens or something, and it went OWWWWwwwwWwooOOoooo. I came running out of the bathroom in time to see my husband also looking for the source of the sound, and we both closed it in on my dog, who was still lying there with her eyes closed. She howled her very sad howl, which we have never heard before, and went back to bed without actually waking up. I have taught her to howl before but it doesn't sound like that. And she doesn't do it easily. I have to howl along with her for a good 20 seconds before she would join in.
This was a very sad cry and you can FEEL her pain! I was very sad to hear her cry and I did not want my puppy to be in any pain, even emotional. So I woke her up and she looked very confused with wet eyes. Before, when I used to ask her "where is Bobo?" Her ears would perk up and she would go look for him even though we do not live in the same house. After her dream, I asked her where is Bobo? And her ears never perked up again and she does not go looking for him any more. I just tried right now as I am typing this story. She just gives me a blank look and go on begging for my food.
Sorry if you were expecting a scary one, hope you were not too disappointed lol. Happy Halloween!