The Bible states that both man (Genesis 2:7) and animals (Genesis 1:30; 6:17; 7:15, 22) have the breath of life. Animals are a part of God's creative process in Genesis. God created the animals and said they were good (Genesis 1:25). Therefore, there is no reason why there could not be animals on the new earth (Revelation 21:1). There will most definitely be animals during the millennial kingdom (Isaiah 11:6; 65:25). It is impossible to say definitively whether some of these animals might be the pets we had while here on earth. We do know that God is just and that when we get to heaven we will find ourselves in complete agreement with His decision on this issue, whatever it may be. I have a feeling that we will see everybody and everything that we've ever loved in our paradise called Heaven.
Absolutely, all animals possess a spirit. First, the Catholic Church does not teach that animals do not have souls. In Christian philosophy, all living beings have a "soul." Human beings have a "rational" soul, which is immortal. From here, theologians can speculate: Do animals go to heaven? Heaven is often called "paradise." Most people could not possibly imagine a paradise without our loving animals.
They have no eternal spirit. Neither do humans. We are all flesh like monkeys. Simply put as humans we don't have a spirit to live on. That's it after death. The Christian/catholic religions have lied to you all.
Yeah. Animals are just like us humans. Plus, we are animals. We just don't have fur and everything else that animals possess. When we die, our souls can usually get into an animal or else a human again. Re-carnation. That's what it's called. So, animals do have souls. If they didn't, they would be evil and really mean, and when they did die, what is there for God to take? The dude always takes someone or something with a soul.
I'm not a Christian, but I do believe in souls in animals and re-carnation.