Re: [Felvtalk] some comfort

2010-03-26 Thread wendy
Wow...is all I can say. That brought tears to my eyes.  Thank you for sharing.

Wendy
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From: LauraM hingebacktorto...@yahoo.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Wed, March 24, 2010 9:10:38 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] some comfort

I think I mentioned a few days ago that I would be speaking with an animal 
communicator about Bridget. That happened tonight. I do feel better. I'd been 
so upset about my decision to have her spayed in spite of my apprehension, but 
he said he felt she had a weak immune system, perhaps liver problems, and the 
body she had wouldn't have lasted long. He said the vet did give her too much 
anesthesia - it was the standard amount for a cat her size, but it was just too 
much for her because she had some underlying problems. 
It was interesting. He said she'd been part of a litter with other cats who 
looked very much like her (very true) and who had the same problem (her brother 
died in September). He did say that he didn't see Chutney or the other cats 
around her, even though he knew that I had had other cats who had passed.
This is where it gets strange. He said, She's showing me a whole lot of other 
cats and says you just got two more cats. (yes, the FeLV+ cat from Smyrna and 
one from work who tested positive for FIV so I just kept him.) These cats came 
just a few days ago. He said, be prepared, she says more cats will be coming. 
He wanted to know if I worked in rescue, and I do work at a shelter. I asked 
him if she said anything about other animals, and he said she was talking about 
a medium sized, very noisy black dog (she kept saying I heard the dog) who 
hadn't been around for very long (I just got that dog back in early January). 
That's a dog who would always jump up at her when I let the dogs into the 
house, and she's the noisiest damn dog ever. And he said she kept mentioning a 
farm and some other sort of animal, but he wasn't sure what. I don't have farm 
animals but I do have a ton of turtles who spend winters in the garage with the 
positive cats  summers
outdoors. That might be what he was referring to.
I asked him whether she liked where she was buried. He said, She says it's a 
memorial garden with flowers and a big oak tree, and she's with others. Very 
true! And the strangest thing: I wondered if she was still around, and he said, 
You have a very big, comfortable bed with a very soft burgundy or wine colored 
throw on it, and that's where she is. And yes - it's a thick, double fleece 
wine colored big blanket, and it's always on the bed, and the cats and the dogs 
love it as much as I do.
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Re: [Felvtalk] some comfort

2010-03-24 Thread Laurieskatz
This is wonderful detail! I am taking a online on demand course from the
Louise Hay group and heard John Holland, the communicator, last night. 
He no longer does readings but says he can identify the breed of a dog from
the other side who speaks to him and how comforting that is to those left
behind.
Thank-you for sharing this exciting communication!
I think your subject line says it all :-)
Laurie
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Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2010 9:11 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] some comfort

I think I mentioned a few days ago that I would be speaking with an animal
communicator about Bridget. That happened tonight. I do feel better. I'd
been so upset about my decision to have her spayed in spite of my
apprehension, but he said he felt she had a weak immune system, perhaps
liver problems, and the body she had wouldn't have lasted long. He said the
vet did give her too much anesthesia - it was the standard amount for a cat
her size, but it was just too much for her because she had some underlying
problems. 
It was interesting. He said she'd been part of a litter with other cats who
looked very much like her (very true) and who had the same problem (her
brother died in September). He did say that he didn't see Chutney or the
other cats around her, even though he knew that I had had other cats who had
passed.
This is where it gets strange. He said, She's showing me a whole lot of
other cats and says you just got two more cats. (yes, the FeLV+ cat from
Smyrna and one from work who tested positive for FIV so I just kept him.)
These cats came just a few days ago. He said, be prepared, she says more
cats will be coming. He wanted to know if I worked in rescue, and I do work
at a shelter. I asked him if she said anything about other animals, and he
said she was talking about a medium sized, very noisy black dog (she kept
saying I heard the dog) who hadn't been around for very long (I just got
that dog back in early January). That's a dog who would always jump up at
her when I let the dogs into the house, and she's the noisiest damn dog
ever. And he said she kept mentioning a farm and some other sort of animal,
but he wasn't sure what. I don't have farm animals but I do have a ton of
turtles who spend winters in the garage with the positive cats  summers
 outdoors. That might be what he was referring to.
I asked him whether she liked where she was buried. He said, She says it's
a memorial garden with flowers and a big oak tree, and she's with others.
Very true! And the strangest thing: I wondered if she was still around, and
he said, You have a very big, comfortable bed with a very soft burgundy or
wine colored throw on it, and that's where she is. And yes - it's a thick,
double fleece wine colored big blanket, and it's always on the bed, and the
cats and the dogs love it as much as I do.
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Re: [Felvtalk] some comfort

2010-03-24 Thread LauraM
For anyone who is interested, his name is Tim Link  his website is 
www.wagging-tales.com. He's located in Cumming, GA.



 
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Re: [Felvtalk] some comfort

2010-03-24 Thread Belinda Sauro
Wow sounds like he is very talented and has a good connection with 
the spirit world.  I'm glad he was able to give you some comfort and let 
you know that Bridget is OK and well.


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