Heartbroken Dog Owner Sees Pet's Face In Sky Hours After It Passed Away
A devastated woman who was mourning the death of her dog spotted her late pet's face in the clouds just hours later.
Lucy Ledgeway, 19, said goodbye to her family's pooch after she passed away on Saturday 20 June.
The Jack Russell, called Sunny, was 14 years old and had diabetes, and had suffered a seizure before dying in the arms of Lucy's dad Jim.
Fashion influencer Lucy then went for a drive with her boyfriend Tom to clear her head.
But while sitting in the seat where Sunny had passed away, she looked up at the clouds and was delighted to see the shape of her dog looking back down at her.
Lucy from Acomb, York, said: "Seeing Sunny in the clouds made me giggle to myself - she's such a special dog. I was crying to my boyfriend in the seat she died in just hours before, telling Tom, 'All I want is a sign she's okay.'
"I was looking at the clouds and I just felt in me that I'd see her and I did. I looked up and she was looking at me through the clouds.
"After that I just felt happiness and I was content just knowing she's ok."
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Lucy took a quick photograph which she later shared on social media. It has now been liked more than 100,000 times.
She went on: "After seeing Sunny in the sky I felt a warmth. It was her way of telling us that she is OK."
According to MailOnline, some scientists say we see faces in the clouds and other objects because the human brain is equipped to detect faces from birth, while others say it is because brains like to assign meaning to random images.
Just last week, one woman spotted an 'amazing' cloud in the shape of the UK.
Rachel told LADbible she clocked the unusual cloud in her back garden in Ipswich, Suffolk, yesterday in the late afternoon.
After it was posted on The Manc's Facebook page, many people commented to say they thought the image was 'amazing' and 'cool'.
A reader joked: "Looks like Wales has decided to leave," while others said it reminded them of something else, with one person saying: "Looks more like a T Rex after standing barefoot on an upturned electrical plug."
Referring to the thunderstorms we were experiencing at the time, a third added: "If that's not a sign that the weather has it in for us right now then I don't know what is."
Featured Image Credit: SWNS
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