so about 5-7 months ago i went to the vet to have a checkup on my dog, that morning i was the only person in my room, since no one goes in my room anyway. at the vet we had to put my dog down. when i came home that day i went straight to my room and found this necklace (i didn't go there to cry, i didnt even realise i went up untill i saw the necklace and wondered why i was up here, and why that was there). all this time I've been thinking it's my dog but i'm really not sure... could you please help me? i know no one put it in my room since i keep my door locked all the time.
depressing... but i dont think it is your dog. the necklace could represent your dog, to you, however, it is not possible, to my knowledge, for spirits to manifest in inanimate objects. Now this doesnt mean that your dog's soul may have attached itself to the necklace, but i dont think the necklace is your dog.
when i first read your post, i was confused. hope i answered the question you are trying to convey...?
It might be the hand work of evil people and on the other hands it might be your lucky time cus i have address this issue once for one of my client and don't be confused ....i can help you out on it if you would
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Anyways, it's possible that it's an old necklace you forgot about completely and your dog pulled it out beforehand. It's possible that the universe or a higher power or a relative or what-have-you decided to give it to you as a sign not to give up or that things would get better in your life. It could also be that it was an old necklace you had that the dog hid years ago and decided to return to you before or after it died.
While spirits can't phyiscally manifest inanimate objects, they can move objects about and make items go missing and then re-appear where you know you looked. You may have locked the door, but that doesn't mean that nothing could've gotten in. Door knobs on the inside of houses are easy to pick, I know because I had to pick the locks of my room before. It's possible that your mom or a friend or even your siblings (if you have any) picked the lock and snuck in the room, and left you the necklace as a way of trying to soothe your grief.
These are just possibilities, nothing is set in stone, and there are probably a million other possibilities I'm missing.