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I told Keegan that it is special to have another cat in the house and I believe they really do care about each other.
“I have something to say. If you think we really do care about each other than maybe she can be my friend? She is beautiful, I look up to her. I think she is smart. When we are outside she always knows when a creature is around us before I do.”
One thing lead to the next and I signed up for a weekend course. I don’t really know how it happened. I was told by somebody that I needed to do and like a robot I just signed up. I had no idea what to expect and when I asked the course instructor and others who took the course to tell me what it was about no one would answer me. I thought, “Is this some sort of cult?” but the people who were urging me to go are such happy healthy people I couldn’t truly believe it was cult. People in cults are unhealthy, right?
I said to the people, “Isn’t it odd that no one will tell me what it is about?”
They answered with, “You should have no expectations” and “I can’t explain it, just go, you’ll love it.” So I took the weekend off of work and I went.
I am not going to tell you what I learned in the course… just because. But I will tell you that at the very end we were meditating and I put the question out into the universe, “Should I have a horse in my life?”
Immediately I heard a voice in my head that said, “Yes, an Appaloosa needs you.” I thought of an Appaloosa I recently fell in love with in Bend Oregon, but she is owned by a friend who takes the best care of her that anyone could.
Then I saw an image of myself riding an Appaloosa. I knew she was not mine in the image. She was someone I had permission to ride. Then I saw the farm she was at and a horse trainer I am friends with.
In less than an hour I am on the phone with the horse trainer. After a few moments of her going through the Appaloosas she knows she figured it out. There is one at that very farm I saw in my mind and the young woman who owns her recently mentioned she doesn’t have much time for the horse anymore.
In 30 minutes from that I was meeting the young woman with the Appaloosa. Remarkable in swift time, I now have permission to get to know this horse and to help the young woman with her.
Amazing to me. The young woman mentioned that just a week early she asked the universe for help …. and I have been asking the universe for a horse I can play with but do not have to own and take on all the responsibilities for. Get my feet wet in the whole horse in my life again scene. “There must be someone who thinks it is cool to have the pet psychic hang out with their horse. A win win for all of us.” I kept telling myself.
The art of manifestation seemed to be something that happened to other people. I had a pretty good childhood. I could manifest a lot of things back then, but as an adult my path towards manifestation has not really been a straight arrow. It curved around boulders and up slippery muddy hills only to be pitched to the bottom in search of another way up the hill.
I sigh because I have not been angry or upset about this course of action my life usually takes because I know I have been learning skills on how to climb muddy hills and which hills to even bother to climb but so often I get almost right to the top and then I slip back down again. It gets a bit tiresome.
I don’t know what my future will be with this Appaloosa and her person but for now, just in the beginning, I am happy it manifested and it may be a great thing for all of us.
And perhaps my readers will be able to hear a horse’s perspective to life’s issues in addition to my five companion animals. If it is cool with the young woman who owners her of course.
The Appaloosa says, “I also asked for help so that my person and I can understand each-other better. And I also wanted someone to be able to tell the people that work with me that I want to do good. That I want to learn. I wished people could hear me so that they would know that. I never want to hurt anyone on purpose. I want to be loved.”
When Kayla was asked why her former people brought her to the shelter she responded,
“Those people gave me up ’cause I kept pooping on their bed. I did it ’cause they were gross and they never cleaned my litter box. I was happier to get rid of them then them get rid of me. I can poop when ever I want, did you know that? I even tried to poop on my person’s lap. Okay, I am so much happier here; It was a good decision of mine.”
Comments from facebook:
Amy My cat never goes in her box, it is perfectly clean but she only goes outside or in the living room when she has a bone to pick with me.
Laura Stinchfield Amy that could be true about having an issue with you.
REASONS WHY CATS
THE LITTER BOX
slippery poops – digestive issue they can not always hold it. It is not diarrhea just all of a sudden stomach cramping and then they have to go.
Clay litter is too dusty and it hurts their eyes and their nose,
crystals in the litter burn their feet,
top on litter box traps smell too much,
litter made for “multiple cat” has too strong of an odor.
Bladder, hips, or knees are hurting so dont want to lift their leg into the box,
litter too deep for older cats and it hurts body to support themselves when they go,
clay litter or clumping litter sticks to their feet or fur and when they groom it swells in their stomach.
of course bladder / kidney infection
physical l problems often caused by food that have a lot of grain and or sugar. fancy feast, nine lives… any supermarket brands.
any more…. those are the main ones
“I like to play a lot and Wyatt (older dog in house) is my best friend because he tells me when I should be scared and when I should be brave.”
Stormy, my Australian shepherd, 12.5 years young, would like to write this week’s article. Stormy is very wise.
Here is what he wants to say to you:
“Lately, my mom and I have been trying to heal me. I have something inside of me that I would rather not have. I have to tell you this before you get worried about me: It is okay. What is inside of me doesn’t really hurt me. I have some panting and soreness in my belly, but I like to pretend it is not there.
“Pretending is not always the best idea because it can get worse if you don’t do anything about it. So if you have an animal that has an issue, or if you want to think about me in a healing way, think of your animal’s body (or mine) working to its optimal performance. It is good to have vegetables, fruits, vitamins, herbs, probiotics, and other supplements. I eat healthy meat and treats, too, but no grains.
“The other thing that we do is we picture a ball of light that looks like the sun, inside of my body, healing all my cells and organs. Then we say an affirmation. It goes like this. ‘My body is well balanced and healthy. I believe in miracle healings. Thank you, universe, for supplying all that we need to heal. I am flexible and athletic. I have healthy teeth, gums, skin, and fur. I am well and I enjoy life to the fullest.’ An affirmation like this is important because it will create a pattern of health and fun all around you and your family.
“The other thing I wanted to tell you is that when you give your animal a new medication or supplement, you have to say this to them – but first take a deep breath and remember to picture everything you say. Say to your animal, ‘This is the medicine I am going to give you (show them the medication). This medicine should help with making your body well and pain-free. (Picture your animal really happy and well.)
‘If this medicine makes you feel bad in any way (picture them feeling yucky) I want you to exaggerate your symptoms and look at me so I know something is wrong. So if the medicine makes you pant a little, pant a lot and look at me. If the medicine makes you dizzy, show me somehow.’ This is important because often people give their animals medication or supplements that make the animal feel bad and the people don’t know it and the animal doesn’t know how to tell their person. Sometimes the medicine is hidden in food and then the animal is really confused.
“Then tell your animal, ‘If the medicine makes you feel bad we will try a lower dosage (picture less medicine) or we will try a different medicine (picture getting the other medicine). Then you say to your animals, ‘I believe that animals can be happy and healthy to the ends of their lives and I am committed to making sure you are happy and healthy till you are ready to join all the angels and the essence of the universe.’ (Picture whatever you think heaven is).
“Also tell them, ‘I love you,’ and then pet them and go for a walk or play with them while saying your affirmation of health. You can sing these affirmations with your animal’s name in it. That is what my mom does. We make up all sorts of healthy songs.
“Always remember, just because your animal has been sick or has a bad diagnosis it doesn’t mean that you can’t live in joy with your pet. It just means you need to be more active in achieving health and you need to enjoy your time together more. All animals like treats. So giving your animal treats is a good idea too.
“My mom and I wish you all great health and a fun life. Remember, talking to your animal is helpful.”