Animals are all over the Bible. In the Book of Revelation there are horses.

There is nothing in heaven that says that there will not be animals in heaven.

They were not given a human spirit as we were (see 'HUMAN SPIRIT') and they did not have the body we have which has a specific genetic track which is wicked  (see corinthians etc) which is a distinct benefit for them and is probably why people (including myself) love animals so much.

Since animals do not have a human spirit, there is nothing that goes to heaven that I could find in the bible.  WE do know the procreate from lifetime to lifetime and through their DNA make a body best suited for the new lifetime.

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However, there is nothing to say that when they have finished procreating - at the end of the Earth, that they will not end up in heaven in their evolved state.

it talks about those who love Him being in heaven BIBLE VERSE the birds will tell you - do not worry about your clothing etc.  I think that the animals love God.  He takes care of them.

Isaiah 11:6-9 ESV / 297 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful

The wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the young goat, and the calf and the lion and the fattened calf together; and a little child shall lead them. The cow and the bear shall graze; their young shall lie down together; and the lion shall eat straw like the ox. The nursing child shall play over the hole of the cobra, and the weaned child shall put his hand on the adder's den. They shall not hurt or destroy in all my holy mountain; for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.

Isaiah 65:25 ESV / 243 helpful votes 

The wolf and the lamb shall graze together; the lion shall eat straw like the ox, and dust shall be the serpent's food. They shall not hurt or destroy in all my holy mountain,” says the Lord.

Revelation 5:13 ESV / 230 helpful votes 

And I heard every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and in the sea, and all that is in them, saying, “To him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be blessing and honor and glory and might forever and ever!”

Luke 3:6 ESV / 214 helpful votes 

And all flesh shall see the salvation of God.’”

Revelation 19:11 ESV / 170 helpful votes 

Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! The one sitting on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and makes war.

Isaiah 11:6 ESV / 164 helpful votes 

The wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the young goat, and the calf and the lion and the fattened calf together; and a little child shall lead them.

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

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I was glad to find the following by Mary Fairchild which was updated November 07, 2018

You'll find lions, leopards, and bears (although no tigers), along with nearly 100 other animals, insects, and non-human creatures.

Although the names of animals in the Bible vary from​ one translation to another, and sometimes these creatures are difficult to identify, we've put together a comprehensive list of what we believe are all the animal mentioned, based on the New Living Translation (NLT), with scriptural references.

The Animals in the Bible From A to Z

  • Addax (a light-colored, antelope native to the Saharan Desert) - Deuteronomy 14:5

  • Ant - Proverbs 6:6 and 30:25

  • Antelope - Deuteronomy 14:5, Isaiah 51:20

  • Ape - 1 Kings 10:22

  • Bald Locust - Leviticus 11:22

  • Barn Owl - Leviticus 11:18

  • Bat - Leviticus 11:19, Isaiah 2:20

  • Bear - 1 Samuel 17:34-37, 2 Kings 2:24, Isaiah 11:7, Daniel 7:5, Revelation 13:2

  • Bee - Judges 14:8

  • Behemoth (a monstrous and mighty land animal; some scholars say it's a mythical monster of ancient literature, while others think it could be a possible reference to a dinosaur) - Job 40:15

  • Buzzard - Isaiah 34:15

  • Camel - Genesis 24:10, Leviticus 11:4, Isaiah 30:6, and Matthew 3:4, 19:24, and 23:24

  • Chameleon (a type of lizard with the ability to change color rapidly) - Leviticus 11:30

  • Cobra - Isaiah 11:8

  • Cormorant (a large black water bird) - Leviticus 11:17

  • Cow - Isaiah 11:7, Daniel 4:25, Luke 14:5

  • Crane (a type of bird) - Isaiah 38:14

  • Cricket - Leviticus 11:22

  • Deer - Deuteronomy 12:15, 14:5

  • Dog - Judges 7:5, 1 Kings 21:23–24, Ecclesiastes 9:4, Matthew 15:26-27, Luke 16:21, 2 Peter 2:22, Revelation 22:15

  • Donkey - Numbers 22:21–41, Isaiah 1:3 and 30:6, John 12:14

  • Dove - Genesis 8:8, 2 Kings 6:25, Matthew 3:16 and 10:16, John 2:16.

  • Dragon (a monstrous land or sea creature.) - Isaiah 30:7

  • Eagle - Exodus 19:4, Isaiah 40:31, Ezekiel 1:10, Daniel 7:4, Revelation 4:7 and 12:14

  • Eagle Owl - Leviticus 11:16

  • Egyptian Vulture - Leviticus 11:18

  • Falcon - Leviticus 11:14

  • Fish - Exodus 7:18, Jonah 1:17, Matthew 14:17 and 17:27, Luke 24:42, John 21:9

  • Flea - 1 Samuel 24:14 and 26:20

  • Fly - Ecclesiastes 10:1

  • Fox - Judges 15:4, Nehemiah 4:3, Matthew 8:20, Luke 13:32

  • Frog - Exodus 8:2, Revelation 16:13

  • Gazelle - Deuteronomy 12:15 and 14:5

  • Gecko - Leviticus 11:30

  • Gnat - Exodus 8:16, Matthew 23:24

  • Goat - 1 Samuel 17:34, Genesis 15:9 and 37:31, Daniel 8:5, Leviticus 16:7, Matthew 25:33

  • Grasshopper - Leviticus 11:22

  • Great Fish (whale) - Jonah 1:17

  • Great Owl - Leviticus 11:17

  • Hare - Leviticus 11:6

  • Hawk - Leviticus 11:16, Job 39:26

  • Heron - Leviticus 11:19

  • Hoopoe (an unclean bird of unknown origin) - Leviticus 11:19

  • Horse - 1 Kings 4:26, 2 Kings 2:11, Revelation 6:2-8 and 19:14

  • Hyena - Isaiah 34:14

  • Hyrax (either a small fish or a small, gopher-like animal known as a rock badger) - Leviticus 11:5

  • Kite (a bird of prey.) - Leviticus 11:14

  • Lamb - Genesis 4:2, 1 Samuel 17:34

  • Leech - Proverbs 30:15

  • Leopard - Isaiah 11:6, Jeremiah 13:23, Daniel 7:6, Revelation 13:2

  • Leviathan - (could be an earthly creature like a crocodile, a mythical sea monster of ancient literature, or a reference to dinosaurs.) Isaiah 27:1, Psalms 74:14, Job 41:1

  • Lion - Judges 14:8, 1 Kings 13:24, Isaiah 30:6 and 65:25, Daniel 6:7, Ezekiel 1:10, 1 Peter 5:8, Revelation 4:7 and 13:2

  • Lizard (common sand lizard) - Leviticus 11:30

  • Locust - Exodus 10:4, Leviticus 11:22, Joel 1:4, Matthew 3:4, Revelation 9:3

  • Maggot - Isaiah 14:11, Mark 9:48, Job 7:5, 17:14, and 21:26

  • Mole Rat - Leviticus 11:29

  • Monitor Lizard - Leviticus 11:30

  • Moth - Matthew 6:19, Isaiah 50:9 and 51:8

  • Mountain Sheep - Deuteronomy 14:5

  • Mourning Dove - Isaiah 38:14

  • Mule - 2 Samuel 18:9, 1 Kings 1:38

  • Ostrich - Lamentations 4:3

  • Owl (tawny, little, short-eared, great-horned, desert.) - Leviticus 11:17, Isaiah 34:15, Psalms 102:6

  • Ox - 1 Samuel 11:7, 2 Samuel 6:6, 1 Kings 19:20–21, Job 40:15, Isaiah 1:3, Ezekiel 1:10

  • Partridge - 1 Samuel 26:20

  • Peacock - 1 Kings 10:22

  • Pig - Leviticus 11:7, Deuteronomy 14:8, Proverbs 11:22, Isaiah 65:4 and 66:3, Matthew 7:6 and 8:31, 2 Peter 2:22

  • Pigeon - Genesis 15:9, Luke 2:24

  • Quail - Exodus 16:13, Numbers 11:31

  • Ram - Genesis 15:9, Exodus 25:5.

  • Rat - Leviticus 11:29

  • Raven - Genesis 8:7, Leviticus 11:15, 1 Kings 17:4

  • Rodent - Isaiah 2:20

  • Roe Deer - Deuteronomy 14:5

  • Rooster - Matthew 26:34

  • Scorpion - 1 Kings 12:11 and 12:14, Luke 10:19, Revelation 9:3, 9:5, and 9:10.

  • Seagull - Leviticus 11:16

  • Serpent - Genesis 3:1, Revelation 12:9

  • Sheep - Exodus 12:5, 1 Samuel 17:34, Matthew 25:33, Luke 15:4, John 10:7

  • Short-eared Owl - Leviticus 11:16

  • Snail - Psalms 58:8

  • Snake - Exodus 4:3, Numbers 21:9, Proverbs 23:32, Isaiah 11:8, 30:6, and 59:5

  • Sparrow - Matthew 10:31

  • Spider - Isaiah 59:5

  • Stork - Leviticus 11:19

  • Swallow - Isaiah 38:14

  • Turtledove - Genesis 15:9, Luke 2:24

  • Viper (a poisonous snake, adder) - Isaiah 30:6, Proverbs 23:32

  • Vulture (griffon, carrion, bearded, and black) - Leviticus 11:13

  • Wild Goat - Deuteronomy 14:5

  • Wild Ox - Numbers 23:22

  • Wolf - Isaiah 11:6, Matthew 7:15

  • Worm - Isaiah 66:24, Jonah 4:7