Cats spraying/pooping out of their litters
Usually, this is there way of saying listen
to me. If they are not yet house trained, then communicating to
them how you'd like them to behave and combining it with house
training will speed up the process. However, when a previously
house-trained pet suddenly stops going where they should, then
they are saying something important. Once I find out what it is,
we can usually resolve this as in Mr. Love’s case, our wonderfully
dressed cat here.
Mr. Love was pooping outside of his litter
tray, and his owner was not enjoying this form of communication.
He stopped after the first reading, but told me he'll be doing
it again in a couple of weeks and sure enough he did. So my second
reading brought up more needs to be met, and we worked through
a lot. Needless to say, he is so amazing that he poops IN his
litter to this day.
Hearing their history/understanding them by knowing what happened/re-connecting
after many years apart
I usually get given clear pictures of their
life before being rescued, which helps the humans with some problems
they may be experiencing. Some people have to leave their beloved
pet and like Ruby in this picture are able to resolve leaving
and explain why and work it out together through me.
A client had to leave her marriage and
decided that since she had no idea where she would end up, it
would be better for Ruby to stay with her husband, even though
it broke her heart as she was/is an extremely loving doggie mama.
As soon as I tuned into Ruby, she spurted
that J did the right thing, saying, "I was so proud of you
to do right by yourself and he needed me. I am here in my life
to love him and keep him happy. I loved you and you made my puppyhood
so loving and gave me a really good start." She wanted to
know if J was happy*(confusing) and J said very much so, and if
she had another dog, and it pained J to say she did, but Ruby
was so pleased for her. It was an amazing reading. I felt so much
love for this incredibly wise soul, Ruby--so understanding and
long distance healing
For injured animals/animals in obvious pain
I use or channel a white light, Christ
light and let it energetically go through me to the animal. It
too much barking/meowing
Usually caused by stress/trauma past or present and insecurity
I tune in and ask them why the need to
bark/meow/neigh. In my experience, it is usually a need to be
safe, sometimes just a give me attention please right now, cats
will cry from hunger and will cry out for a lost mate or kitten
or extreme distress caused by trauma. Dogs tend to over bark from
anxiety, so they make themselves safer by sounding threatening.
Horses like this guy in the photos, neigh to get his herd-mate
back. Beaux the horse, could get himself into quite a state, as
horses are herd animals and if there is only two of them when
one is gone that's their whole herd gone, leaving them sometimes
(usually if not an alpha) feeling alone and vulnerable so they
call out (neigh) until their herd returns. I can help by helping
them by tuning into the original trauma by finding out (by them
showing me a picture) what the original trauma was and then we
can work together to help over come it and let it go.
Is your pet depressed - over anxious?
So many things we can do here. Mainly,
communication helps them so much. Nine times out of ten with depression
just communication helps them perk up and then we can work on
their needs. Anxiety manifests in many ways. Usually, getting
to the root of the story relaxes the animal, and the behavior/acting
Aggression comes in all sorts of shapes
and sizes when I do readings for animals with large amounts of
testosterone it can seem unfair because it blocks their normal
loving selves and can just take over. It's almost like I am communicating
with them on a rough sea, neither of us can really hear the other
and both treading water in order to be able to talk. Some have
been previously treated this way. Commonly animals with early
lack of integration will be aggressive this is harder to help
but I can work with them and things can improve with owners help
So many animals use food as comfort and humans use it to give
'love' to them
It's hard not to want to treat our animals
especially if they are frantic about food. I find it is about
getting to the trauma around food and also sometimes re-training
the human to help them not to over eat. Under eating is trauma
based usually and can be sorted out with empathy and healing.
Trauma lies at the root of so many behaviors
Without realizing we can traumatize ourselves
with situations that seems silly to us now but as an infant or
child it was not something we were able to shake off so it gets
stored and later appears as neurosis. Wild animals can shake off
most traumas, but we and some of our domesticated animals do not,
and so that is where I can help. By connecting them with the original
trauma and looking at it from a more mature perspective then letting
it go, the behavior or neurosis that accompanied it is no longer
needed and usually just slips away.
Jake found himself a very loving home.
He had chosen loving humans who had aquired him first and learnt
of his parvo after, they nursed him back to health. Illlness can
often act as a trauma for domesticalated pets.
help them prepare for surgery by letting them know/ask them
to say where it hurts
They can tell us if they feel they need
surgery, and if they do, we can prepare their bodies. I can feel
empathetically where the pain is so that the surgery is done in
the right spots. If unplanned surgery is required, I can tune
into them even though they may be unconscious and help them recover
with more ease. Sometimes they need to know why it hurts so much
so that they won’t waste energy in fight or flight. Also, limbs
that hurt may need to be used, meaning a leg that hurts must be
excersied to get it strong and they may want to not use it so
as to avoid the pain that causes, unless persuaded to like Tess
here in the picture.
introducing new pets/human baby
The animals in your animal family like
to be asked if they are ok with a new animal coming into the fold,
they love to be considered, before a new arrival, seriously! If
that didn't happen and they are not pleased, it might cause trouble.
However, if we do ask after the new addition and we use empathy
and understanding, they will get over the upset pretty easily
and start to integrate.
losing your animal companion
when animals wind down their
bodies and transition into spirit..
It is so painful to lose a beloved animal
friend. We are given so much love. They heal our hearts by simply
loving us no matter what. They know when we need kindness and
come to us with it. Sometimes our relationships with animals run
deeper then even our human friends. They can be so much safer
emotionally and they certainly love us unconditionally. Then the
time comes for their animal bodies to wind down and end.
It is an agonizing decision to take them
to the vet to be given a painless end to it all. Please do not
feel guilty here. Guilt actually separates your heart from them
and they need you at this time to be in your heart and in a loving
place. Remember that if they were very ill and in their wild environment,
they would hide out under a bush or in a cave and eventually some
predator would find them and they would die in that way. Nature’s
way. When the time is right. Taking our animals to the vet to
be injected is probably a much more peaceful, loving way for them
to move on.
In the wild, given my pet’s age and illness, would they survive
long? Have they lived a long life or if still young, are they
in so much pain that it's best to consider an end. Consult a pet
psychic before doing anything, so that your animal can tell you
via the animal communicator and help you come to terms with it.
This is where I step in or any other person/professional you feel
safe with during this time of letting go. They are not in their
souls, frightened of death. I often find that generally, pets
are only concerned that they have done their job in life, for
their human, to the best of their ability. It’s a good time to
express your gratitude or deal with unresolved issues, it can
be a great time of resolution and healing.
I teach you how you can talk to them in
your heart and in your voice, telling them how you feel and how
much you love them, thanking them for the amazing job they have
done, loving you and your family. They, I believe, are here to
do their own specific job and it varies, but they take it seriously,
and I find some animals hang onto life, not because they fear
death, but because, as I’ve said, they think you are not able
to handle it. They know death for what it is--just a move into
the next place, shedding the old 'clothing' but essentially staying
the same. They know on some level we are all spirit and spirit
is love and home. They may be reluctant to go if you are desperate.
They sometimes hang on in great pain concerned for you. It does
help to know how they are feeling and be able to thank them and
have a close loving good-bye.
If you hadn’t managed a resolving good-bye
with your animal, for whatever reason, it can be resolved and
you can say your goodbyes after they have passed on and they will
respond as in the story with Jennies dog, who was able to show
me what he looked like in life so Jennie knew it was actually