Testimonials and More Animal Stories
Debula - the wild matriach
In Ann Turner’s words, S. Africa
Conservationist for the Mabula
Ground Hornbill Project:
"Oh dear Jock had to shoot the
matriarch elephant this
afternoon. That is very sad. She had been attacked by
the herd, we think, probably the next oldest female, who
battled in the old day for matriarch and lost when Debula
had the first calf. She was tusked through her eye and
ear two weeks ago but yesterday she suddenly looked
better and the vet was going to come to cut away the ear
and dead skin but the damage was so huge she was never
going to recover. Poor Jock. We sat on the side of the
road where she had been darted in the bush for hours.
Dear me but it was hard.
There was a strange happening...I
told Kate about this
and she did several readings as she can help animals do
all sorts of strange things from a distance and this was
when Dabula got better and stronger because she had slept
all night...elephants cannot sleep on their own as they
are used to leaving one of them awake. In the middle of
that night Jock woke feeling uplifted and at peace as he
never had before, and sure Kate was helping her to sleep.
Don’t understand but believe, but as Kate said she could
not stop her from dying but she could ease the way."
I have to say this was one of those
readings I felt even more privileged then normal to do.
This beautiful spirit was so confused and dismayed. She
had lost her herd and her daughter, and was in shocke, how
everything can change so quickly. Her wound was major, her
eye gone, which was disorienting, but she was so accepting
of the throbbing pain. Her heart was breaking, and that
was what I worked on mostly with her, her confusion.
Once she could listen she stuck by
me, in spirit, all night as I slept fitfully reminding her
to drink, from what was provided, that it was safe for her
to sleep and eat. I imagined ‘pictures’ of her drinking
and eating feeling calm and safe and sent them to her. I
woke up at one point and like a mother with her new born,
poured love into her heart, and at one point, an amazing
thing happened. I woke up to a very strong scent. It was
her, this beautiful wild elephant. It was so powerful. I
was able to smell her. It was incredible to me, amazing
enough to be so connected to her, but to smell her psychically
had never happened to me before. I have since looked smelling
things psychicly and found other reports of this, it was
amazing and wonderful.
She is fine now. I do feel that although
she is in the light, there’s a lingering sadness of how
it ended for her, still leaves me with questions for her.
With Jock’s permission, I would, someday like to ask the
herd about it. I have been asked to look into two young
bulls who need to leave humans stuff alone and get out of
Latka - Miamis doggy buddy until we get a good picture
of Miami (she's camera shy)
I'd like to share with you a very
unusual story that shows how Katharine provided her invaluable
help to me, and how she can do the same for you. One day,
my youngest Tortie, a kitty named Miami, disappeared. Although
she was told in no uncertain terms to stay within the boundaries
of our fenced yard?you know how they are. On this particular
day, she did not come back for her supper. I was very concerned.
She never missed a meal and we lived next to a busy street,
her coat is dark, and she is quite petite. I called Katharine
First thing, Katharine assured me Miami was alive. She also
said Miami was scared, and in the hiding mode. This makes
finding a cat much more challenging. Knowing time is the
key factor in missing animal recovery, Katharine suggested
I dive right into action and immediately put up posters
with a picture, salient details, and contact information.
That night I e-mailed Katherine a link to a Google Earth
map of our home. When we spoke, she was able to paint a
more accurate picture on possible hiding places. Over the
next few days, with Katharine’s constant guidance, I found
Miami and am happy to report she is safely back home, and
never strayed again." Richard
We were so excited to hear about
the joys in her life and how happy she is with her great
humans. She is quite the regal dog and she is treated as
such. Hannah is relieved that she is finally living the
way she believes she should be living!! She is not arrogant
at all just very, very posh!
Jennies dog who passed on (awaiting photo)
Jennie had questions for him, and
he had so much love and kindness for her. He didn't want
her to fret. All is very well in his life. Jennie was relieved,
and tears were flowing down her face, when she asked me
what does he look like? I asked and there I saw a dog sitting
clear as day suspended. I saw black patches on his fur.
There where some other colors on it also, and the tummy
was like rabbit fur-sooo soft. When I described his fur
she exclaimed: “Yes this was him!!” He was able to show
me exactly what he looked like...so amazing. I saw pointed
ears and I said a mix of a German Shepherd and Lab. She
said German Shepherd and Chow...and I said the Lab bit because
he felt so Lab like in temperament and she agreed he was
lab like in temperament. It was a BEAUTIFUL reading for
me to be able to do, so moving and loving for them. Jennie
was anxious about how he died at the vet and he was fine
about it, he completely understood and I felt was comforting
her about it. After the reading Jennie said she felt resolution.
Bronte - stopping bucking
I connected with her later, and she
was not happy. She is a complex horse and like us, has different
parts of her personality that make up the whole. The teenage
part of her really wasn't too happy about not being able
to buck, so we chatted, and Bronte said she had it handled
and just needed time for the teenage part to pout. We are
still working through everything. She is growing up and
letting go of behaviors she didn’t realize where going to
have to go so quickly. Although her grown up part gets it,
her younger parts needed help and time. Again, I felt privileged
that she so honestly let me in to chat and help! I am still
awaiting a report as to how she is doing we’ll know after
a few hunter jumper shows or cross country rounds.
Monte - stopped spraying for a few weeks after reading
(cont.)..spraying as Montie was doing
to show dominance to the other male cat is natural. However,
I needed to persuade him not to do it at home because they
[*who is this?] were not loving it. I empathized with him
and was kind. He was feeling insecure, and I said: “yes
in a status situation, it is counter intuitive not to spray
but your human will not live with it and she has final status
say in this so I would stop sparying in her house, she wants
you to stop.” He kind of got it then, cut it down to one
or two sprays. So, at that point, I communicated to him
that I would recommend he be put out and he could spray
all he wanted there. Not Toby the cat he was trying to dominate
because Toby was not spraying. This shocked Montie, but
he really wasn't 100% willing and luckily for him he was
able to weigh one situation up against the other and choose
a warm home with his beloved humans. I am still connecting
with him to remind him to stay stopped, because this is
a very hard habit to break...when an animal is 'pissed'
off they will start to urinate and sometimes defocate female
and male but most animals are so loving and forgiving once
talked with and empathized with will usually let it go and
"Hi Kate. I think Monte is getting
the whole picture! I don’t believe there has been anymore
spraying in the house.
Thanks so much for your help! "
Monties' Human mama
Sadly, he started up again trying
to show dominance to another cat. When I told him I personally,
would have him live outside for a while, he stopped. Then
he started again. I recommended he needs to not be in the
house. After a bit, he can be integrated back in. If he
does it again, he should go out. A combination of physical
consequences, done with love and clear communication as
to why, there's no reason why spraying shouldn't stop altogether.
However, they find habits as hard to break as we do sometimes.
When he got lost, I asked him to get himself somewhere safe
and meow consistently. He was found meowing loudly, quite
close by, thankfully. All the posters that where stuck near
to his finding place helped get him home.
Tip: When asking your animal to come
home, a journey that requires them to cross a number of
roads, instruct him to listen and then you imagine them
listening, imagine them hearing silence on a road, and then
see them crossing. This silence means there are no cars
coming so that they can get back safely.
"Thank you so much for all your
work on mr love - when I told the lady at ...magazine that
you had told him to meow - neighbour confirms he heard him
before seeing him so he did do just that - she wanted to
send the photographer round to you straight away..."
Mr Loves' human mama
Diamond - healing
Mary is spending time and money bringing
him back to life and what is so touching is that when I
tuned into him he was so excited to be working towards being
her husbands riding horse. He's a lovely boy, I am still
working with healings on his feet, his shoes came off and
that can be painful for some horses as they acclimatize
to their natural state. I went to sleep while tuning into
him asking for Christ White Light to work through me into
him. I dreamt that hands easily felt their way through his
side into his stomach and after checking, a kind of blockage
was not supposed to be there took this thing out and then
a green light appeared and I felt asked to push it through
his intestines which I woke up doing and continued all day.
Kate! He does seem better- his aura is more full. He is
more lively. He went outside in the snow for a while yesterday
when there was no wind. He is limping a whole lot less.
I am glad to know that he appreciates getting the rest."
few days later
to be doing well. He is still tender but his aura is more
full and he is more at peace. We had people over yesterday
to help groom him. One was a friend of a friend who is brand
new to horses. She sang to Diamond while working out a fresh
tangle in his mane, and he really responded. He also really
responded to having his tail brushed by me--something to
which he was previously indifferent. Thank you very much
for giving this service. Please let me know when you are
giving the clinic you mentioned." Mary
Tess - possibly a bird attack
my mother and I rushed her to the
vet where he did everything possible to help revive her.
After that night we took Tess home and were told to call
him in the morning to let Him know if she made it though
the night. Thankfully she did and seemed to be doing better
except for the fact that she could not control any part
of her body. My sister introduced me to Kate the following
day to see if she could help. We talked on the phone and
I described everything I possibly could I was complete mess.
She told Tess not to worry and also was a great help to
me and my emotions by explaining that me crying around her
(Tess) was not helping the situation and that Tess did not
understand if she was doing something wrong at the time
because I was so upset. Thankfully five days later she was
showing improvement. Kate called again and we went through
another process of talking to Tess and Kate helped her understand
she was doing great and that everyone was very happy for
her. To this day I am extremely grateful for Kate and the
amazing ability that she has to help animals as well as
humans in my case. Tess just turned 1 year old this November
and has made a complete recovery and enjoys going everywhere
Steps To Take To Find Your Lost Animal
Apart from working with me to increase
your chances in finding your pet as soon as possible, there
are some practical things you can do to find them a.s.a.p.
I would advise you do not wait as time is of the essence.
Get onto your local Craigslist and post a short message
with photos and your number. Start the ad with the word
Pictures are essential,
even old ones. Remember to add when and where they were
MAKING A "LOST" ANIMAL
1. Use bright colored paper
2. Make it BIG at least 12" x 16"
3. Laminate it
4. Put REWARD in bold at the
top, LOST CAT / DOG in bold
at the bottom
5. Use color photo (s) that show the entire body of your
- Pet's name
- Coat color and length
- Distinct markings
- Was it wearing a collar?
- When and where animal was last seen
- Your phone number / e-mail
- How animal is likely to react to strangers
DO NOT include your name, address, or a specific reward
Put the poster around the neighborhood, lampposts, T-junctions
and by traffic lights or stop signs. Then at local veterinarian's
offices, at the county animal control shelter and at local
animal rescue shelters._If you live in a major city with
a lot of restaurants nearby, provide each restaurant with
the 'lost animal' sign. After all, the animal will find
food wherever it is convenient.
If your animal is micro-chipped, contact the company (i.e.,
Avid) to ensure that they have your current information
on file in case someone contacts them about finding your
Visit the local county animal control shelter and local
animal rescue shelters to see if your pet is among those
at the shelters.
Place an ad in the local newspaper about the lost animal.
Include the same information that you have on the 'lost
Check 'found' pet ads in the local newspaper and on local
shelter web sites and Craigeslist or equivalent local sites.
Canvas a three-block radius around your neighborhood from
your home and talk to your neighbors. Give them your lost
Unless you see your pet, please do
not call for them while you are searching your neighborhood.
The reason for this is if they do happen to hear you they
will come to where you called, however, you will be walking
and searching for them so they will be coming to you after
you’d already left, leaving them dis-heartened and perhaps
more upset as you would be gone by the time they get to
where you were when you called for them. Instead, when calling
for them remain in ONE place, either call for them from
the front yard or backyard of your home or, if you do look
for them by car, look silently, do not call out unless you
are home or in one spot for a very long period of time.
If your lost pet is a cat, set up a humane trap, pet taxi
or crate in a safe area around the exterior of your home
(upper deck or outside porch) at night and leave it out
until morning. Put a bowl of fresh soft cat food and water
in the enclosure to lure the cat into the enclosure. Also,
include a towel, blanket or other familiar item in the enclosure.
You may catch other animals as well, but you might also
catch your own pet.
fIf you live in a neighborhood that
has a homeowner's association, contact one of the board
members and ask them to post your pet's information on the
neighborhood web site and to send out an e-mail to everyone
in the neighborhood asking that you be called if someone
sees your pet.
Actively keep searching for your
pet no matter how much time has elapsed. Lost animals can
turn up weeks, and sometimes months or years after they've
been lost._Here's a helpful web site:
Don't give up.
I can teach you to connect with them
before you sleep (more likely to be in that alpha-waves
state and easier to get through) and communicate something
to your pet, even if you think you can't do it, you can.
"GENUINE RELATIONSHIPS become
possible only when there is an awareness of Being. Coming
from Being, you will perceive another person's body and
mind as just a screen, behind which you can feel their true
reality, as you feel yours." Eckhart Tolle