I'm a bit of a novice at all of this, since I only discovered my guardian spirit started believing these things about a month ago, but this sort of concerns me, and I was hoping maybe a Torontonian who is stronger than I am could try to help.
I was visiting Toronto this weekend to see a few friends. We took the subway from Islington to St. George, and walked the rest of the way. While I was on the subway though, I was looking around, thinking about this and that... And I saw a dog. Not a live one, but more like the three-dimensional shadow of one, or an air disturbance where he was.
I couldn't see him particularly clearly, but I could tell he wasn't anything to be afraid of. Again, I'm a novice, and I could have been wrong, but I'm pretty sure he wasn't just my imagination. He was a little scruffy mutt, with medium-length fur, sitting in the doorway of the subway car and looking at me. Had I gotten up and stood next to him, his head would probably have come just past my knee, or level with it if he had stood up.
After I left the subway - temporarily forgetting about the dog as I did - I didn't see him again after that. I've been thinking about him though, and I think he just doesn't realize that he's passed on.
I don't know how he did (I can't stand to think of a cute little thing like him dying) or why he's waiting on the subway, but he's being very patient waiting for whatever or whoever he is. Maybe his owners moved away and abandoned him, and he's waiting on the subway because he thinks he'll find them there at one point or another. I don't know.
But if there's a Torontonian on this web site who takes the subway, could you please keep an eye out for the little fella and try to help him out? He seemed happy enough to be waiting there, but I think a subway is an awfully lonely place for a ghost-dog.