A long time ago when I was ten years old I had a odd dream or vision of some sort. I dreamed that I was a fox in a forest and the other animals from the forest told me that something bad was happening, I was scared so I ran. I found myself by a highway, beside it was a dying fox, most likely ran over by a car or something, I sat by it to soothe it so it could go to heaven.
And I thought to myself that he is going to a better place and he is done suffering, I sat there and cried and stay by his side. (Remember this is a dream) And I thought about death and life and stuff like that. Finally the fox passed away. That morning I woke up and I could tell something was wrong, my parents where talking quietly outside my bedroom door, they never did that before, I heard my mom crying softly.
I got this feeling in my gut that someone or some pet died. I came out my door and my parents told me what had happened, my guinea pig died. It was really sad and overwhelming a bit for me but that dream had prepared me a bit too. I wonder who sent me that dream, still today I wonder, a spirit? Was it a omen? Well, I will never ever know, unless somehow in the future they create something that will explain these weird occurrences, HUH! Probably not though!
Another weird dream I had has was a few weeks later I think. So I found myself out in a desert, and I could see out on the horizon a shape coming at me. It was this old Native American shaman guy, it was getting dark, but he sat down on the ground and started to mumble, of course I was freaking out and I wanted to get out of the dream.
Anyway he grabbed something from behind him and it was a few black whiskers and a chunk of white fur, my guinea pig that died had white and black fur and black whiskers (Diamond) I started to scream at him for taking Diamond away from me, but then he said clearly that Diamond is safe in a good place or something like that, I don't remember. Then I woke up.
Thank you for reading my story, it's really weird! I have never experienced that ever since! Thank you, good bye now!