Grieving for a pet comes in cycles but the “Heartbreak heals and our memories remain, the edges softening with time making them more gentle, less apt to pierce us. We remember every loss but also every homecoming. I know some of my friends will be quick to adopt as their homes will seem empty, the silence too vast. Others will take a longer more contemplative journey. Neither is more correct, just befitting the person that walks the path. We are blessed and refreshed by each individually as a new life enters our own. When the time comes, I’ll be happy to celebrate with them” To Learn more about cycles.
Included in this article is a free book giveaway. No strings attached and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect with the recent Tornado Outbreaks in Illinois on November 17, 2013. A minimum of 15 tornadoes either were seen or touched town in Illinois and several cities were affected. On this day I was attending to clients pets securing them in their homes not knowing what actually was going to happen, especially after Emergency Management Agency text met to report to the EOC. Before leaving to care for my clients pets, I secured my own in their crates in the basement. The dogs seemed to know something was up and willingly went inside their crates. While I was gone, my companion saw the rotating wall cloud that would hit Washington, IL with an EF4 tornado.
“Animal communication is as easy as pie, as easy as falling off the turnip truck, as easy as me tripping over that big pile of nothingness in the middle of the kitchen floor.
The problem is, we’ve been enculturated to believe ‘animals don’t talk’, ‘you’ve got to see it to believe it’, ‘they’re ONLY dumb animals’. Instead of experiencing something that is perfectly natural and innate to our human design, we deny it, we hide it, we ignore it. We humans tend to believe what our culture tells us to believe rather thanwhat we experience for ourselves, with our own senses.”