A Communication WOW Story
"Sometimes an animal just needs to get a load off their shoulders."
Aug 1, 2023
Luna, a beautiful 12-year-old black lab mix, was such a client. Her new human, Sarah, is a volunteer dog walker at a local dog rescue. She was drawn to Luna, who had apparent health issues, and had been surrendered by her owners just a week earlier. She decided to bring her home as a foster to try and help her.
Within just a few days of her arrival, Luna began to have accidents in the house, and although she knew how to use the doggie door to go outside, she seemed unable to control herself and was urinating inside.
Sarah contacted me to help her with this behavior issue, as they were at a desperation point, and if the behavior continued, they would have to return her to the shelter.
I always start my new client relationships with Communication, and then if warranted, use EFT Tapping or Scalar Wave Energy Healing, or both, to target more specific issues.
I ask the humans a series of questions about the animal, and ask them to give me a list of questions or things they would like to find out, or specific information they would like me to convey to the animal. In the case of an older adopted animal, I ask if they have any information about their background.
When we had our appointment, I communicated with Luna remotely with just a picture. I asked her several things, such as what will help her adjust, does she like massages, riding in the car, treats, and baths, etc. And of course, I asked about the peeing issue.
What I learned made total sense. She was shellshocked and had lost her bearings. She was confused about what was going on in her life, and didn’t know what to expect next. All the changes in her life, and removal from all that was familiar to her, caused so much stress her so much that she felt disoriented and seemed to have very little control over her bladder.
I relayed to Luna everything Sarah had told me to ask/tell her, and then conveyed to Sarah what Luna expressed back to me. Sarah started implementing some of the things that Luna liked immediately, like giving her a blanket to lie on and a soft ball to carry around. Luna was also specific about what areas of her body she liked to have rubbed, and what areas were sensitive. This was very helpful to Sarah.
When I do a Communication session, I also include a medical intuition body scan, to see if there are any areas of the body that particularly stand out as needing closer attention.
This time with Luna, I felt intuitively drawn to do something I always do during a Scalar Wave session, but don’t normally do during Communication, and that is to check the seven chakras (one of the energy systems of the body, which can be perceived as colors, and spinning discs in shape, over seven areas of the body). I check with a pendulum to see if the energy is moving correctly and in the right direction, or if it is stagnant.
In this case, the only chakra spinning the way it was supposed to, was the 7th, at the crown of her head. All the others were totally off, or “out of whack,” as I like to say.
We set up two Energy Healing appointments, first for a Scalar Wave session two days later, and then an EFT Tapping session later in the week. They also had made an appointment at the vet to address her other health issues.
The day immediately after the Communication, Sarah contacted me and reported that Luna had not had any accidents in the house since then. She seemed calmer and more relaxed.
Two days later, before I started the Scalar Wave session, Sarah again reported that she still hadn’t had any accidents! Then I checked her chakras and ALL SEVEN were spinning properly!
This was the most dramatic change in behavior I had seen happen as the result of just a communication session alone. I focused on some other medical issues during the Scalar Wave, and we canceled the EFT Tapping appointment, as we determined it wasn’t needed, since the behavior problem no longer existed.
Sometimes an animal just needs to get a load off their shoulders, like we do when we need someone to confide in. The very act of just letting it out can make all the difference for them.
If you have a situation with an animal that you would like help with, please reach out to me! Or maybe you would just like to check in with your animal to find out more of what they would or would not like, and what you could do to make them more comfortable.
I’m so excited for Luna, and the care she is now getting, and I’m hoping to hear from Sarah that this is a foster failure…Yes, I love a happy ending!
Kathy Boyer, The Pet Connector
I always refer to Big Boy as “My B.C.E.” (Best Cat Ever). Big Boy was my animal soul mate, and was 14 yrs old when he transitioned over 20 years ago. He was my first cat as an adult, a large, black and grey striped Tiger Cat, who slept on my head EVERY night, and nestled in my hair with a really big purr! When I would turn over in bed, he would turn over and face the other side with me.
Every time I left the house, I felt sadness and guilt, as I never wanted to be away from him. He was my protector and guard kitty, and we had a true heart connection.
We started out in VA Beach together, after my ex-husband and I adopted him from a friend. He was still a young cat, about 8-9 months old. He was allergic to his mother’s milk, so he had been bottle-fed, and bonded to humans as a young kitten. We moved to Japan together for 5 years, then to Georgia, and finally back to VA Beach.
After our last move to VA Beach, Big Boy developed cancer in the head area. This started affecting his vision and hearing. I was so attached to this cat, though, and was of the mindset that as long as he had the will to live, I would honor that. In reality, I just didn’t ever want to let him go. His condition continued to deteriorate, but I was determined to keep holding on to him. This was the cause of much of my guilt, as he was in pain, and I was oblivious.
The day before he died, I let him outside to be in the yard, which he loved. He slept outside in the sun for a long time, and then I brought him in. The next day, I noticed that he had “stopped purring,” and being responsive to me. I looked closer at his head, and some flies had laid eggs in there, and they had hatched. He was infested with maggots. I didn’t know what they were right away, but when we figured it out, I was mortified.
We took him to the emergency vet immediately and had him humanely euthanized. How could I have let this happen? I berated myself for 20 years at how selfish I was, and insensitive for not seeing the amount of pain he was in. I shut myself off emotionally towards other animals, although I took in many, many strays after that.
I am only just now starting to open up my heart to these beautiful animals that I currently have, thanks to the healing power of Tapping (EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique). Tapping has helped me work through the guilt, self- condemnation, self- hate, regret, selfishness, and sadness that I stuffed for 20 years.
I’m finally able to let go of this, and move on. I’m grateful to Big Boy for the love and gifts he gave to me, and for the healing I can now help bring to others through Tapping.