Do dogs go to Heaven? I think the definitive answer may come from the title of that Walt Disney movie: “All Dogs Go to Heaven!” Therefore, I am looking forward to great reunions with many of my friends and family who have already gone on the Heaven. After I see Jesus, I can hardly wait for Becky to lick my hand—and for me to rub her tummy—again!

Now, let’s talk about cats. “Do cats of to Heaven?” That has to be the $1,000,000 question. After all who could ever understand what goes on in the mind of a cat!

In closing, Kenton, Thank you for asking your question. I hope you don’t mind me taking some extra liberties in answering it. I had fun. I hope you did, too.

I hope this is helps.


PS- Kenton, for excellent dog training and advice, Melanie’s phone number is 520-886-1010.

Dr. Roger Barrier recently retired as senior teaching pastor from Casas Church in Tucson, Arizona. In addition to being an author and sought-after conference speaker, Roger has mentored or taught thousands of pastors, missionaries, and Christian leaders worldwide. Casas Church, where Roger served throughout his thirty-five-year career, is a megachurch known for a well-integrated, multi-generational ministry. The value of including new generations is deeply ingrained throughout Casas to help the church move strongly right through the twenty-first century and beyond. Dr. Barrier holds degrees from Baylor University, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Golden Gate Seminary in Greek, religion, theology, and pastoral care. His popular book, Listening to the Voice of God, published by Bethany House, is in its second printing and is available in Thai and Portuguese. His latest work isGot Guts? Get Godly! Pray the Prayer God Guarantees to Answerfrom Xulon Press. Roger can be found blogging at Preach It, Teach It, the pastoral teaching site founded with his wife, Dr. Julie Barrier.