In Bones, I followed dogs under porches, down dirt roads, up cotton rows, and around hidden corners. The journey was an intuitive exploration  of a commonality of spirit and a shared perception of the world. behavioral scientists have come to believe man's best friend and much of the animal world share an informed consciousness as well as an emotional life. Is it too improbable a leap to suppose they might also have a spiritual life, one not defined by human sensibilities?