The Mindset of Four Feral Cats

Muffin -4 yr old male feral cat namedNew catStellerMarvin

 

The below paragraphs share the lives of 4 unrelated feral (or feral to domesticated) cats.

 

Muffin—from feral to still feral:

A feral cat named Muffin has immense gratitude for Kathy, who feeds him regularly and looks out for him.  Although he has zero interest in allowing himself to be touched, he relayed that he WAS demonstrating his affection by spending time with his caretaker on her porch.  

So what allows Muffin to thrive?   Read the rest of this entry

Teddy the Cat: A Session Recording

Teddy the elderly cat was trapped in an TNR program.  Listen to a session to hear about his past and life up to this point.  

 

 

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Update: Teddy continued to live with Vicki his foster turned adopter until the end of his days.  He was so loved.  He released from his body in 2015.

Transforming Tedddy Image

Bull silhouette

 

A month ago, I decided to offer my past and recent animal communication students the opportunity to practice their skills in a practice session in talking with a deceased, award-winning, famous rodeo bull named Little Yellow Jacket.  

Many people question the ethics around the bull riding sport.  There was a time when I did as well, prior to asking animals questions around it.  I used to think that the equipment caused pain, which is what caused the bucking (untrue).  Read the rest of this entry

The Benefit of Purring: From the Cats Themselves

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Eliza, my 12 yr old cat

During a recent session, Tonto the cat was explaining to his person that when he lays upon her chest and purrs, he is content but is also purring to increase the blood perfusion to the cells of his gastrointestinal tract.

Tonto further explains, “‘When I purr, I activate a particular frequency within my body that has a powerful effect on my cells.  My purr can boost my immune system temporarily and can increase the blood flow to my heart, teeth/gums, lungs and other specific areas like the intestines.  I don’t specifically tell the vibration of my purr what to do with the blood in my body, it just takes care of things naturally.”   Read the rest of this entry

How Worry Can Impact Your Pet

DSCN4877As animal owners, we sometimes worry about our pets.

Worry is an energy created by certain thoughts that we think. When we wonder or speculate that  x,y or z may happen, these very thoughts get us worked up.  

When we allow our worrisome thoughts to run rampant, they begin to spin a tornado of anxiety around us. Sometimes, our worry affects others around us, such as our pets. Read the rest of this entry

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