A native Indegenious name from the Blackfoot people meaning “He Who Goes First”


Paying respect to your Animal Brothers, Sisters, Helpers, Guides is your right and shows great love before and at the time of death.

If death is approaching, prayers and preparation for our Animal friends can bring peace to them and us. All animals go to the other side and they can meet us, guide us and we can meet them as well.

We can take the time and effort to show our love and respect for our animal friends. We can do this through the ceremony, green burials, and paying respect in whatever manner is fitting of our environment and the animal that is departing this world or that has already passed.

There is no shame or foolishness in showing this love to animals and there is no time wasted in showing respect to our animal helpers and family.