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A few years ago, I went to Malaysia to visit a friend and was told about the passing of her pet dog, whose urn was kept at her house. After a few months, she developed an issue in her leg, feeling pain at her ankle. She was also having mood swings, and feeling frustration at work etc, but had no idea why. After that, they invited a priest to the house. The moment the priest saw her, he said, "There's a dog biting you".
So that explained the pain in the ankle. They were advised to release the ashes to the sea or bury under the ground.
My understanding is, a medium/ tangki/ priest will not be able to communicate with dead animals. However, the ritual was performed and nothing happened after that.
I still see people putting their pet urns in their house. Do you think is it good luck or bad luck? Is it a form of memorial for the pet?
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