Tuesday, March 15, 2011
I was in Houston last week for the Rodeo.  I received a call from a client who had me communicate with her horse last year.  This time the news was that her beloved TC, kitty on the left, was missing.  Missing cats press my emotional buttons because I have had two go missing in the past few years.  I am a better communicator if I don't get emotionally involved.  In the same way, I am not a great communicator with my own animals.  So, back to TC.  TC's mother wanted to know if he was alive.  Sigh...

When I tapped into his energy the first thing he said was, "I'm hiding."  I asked him why and he said it was because he didn't feel well.  I also could sense that he was hiding up in a high place.  I gave my client some things to 'do' while she was frantically searching for her baby.  I also told TC that he needed to go home.  His mom and dad would take care of him.

Here is the email I received on the way home from the rodeo and a fabulous show by Rascal Flatts.  I was already feeling wonderful and here comes this email...

Oh my God.  He came home. You are wonderful. We both sat down after I sent the email to you and did our visualization. Then we checked the garage again as it has many high free standing shelves in it.  Then we went out in our back yard. It is heavily wooded and so we shined our flashlights up in the trees and all around any place high around our house. I called and called him and kept seeing my golden silk ribbon attached from my heart to his and asking him to come home. It would be okay and safe. Later we came back in and checked the garage again.

Then my husband went back out and looked around the back of the house again and I came in and started visualizing again.  Then just now George just came in with our big wonderful T.C. in his arms. Glory glory glory. After George put the ladder away he took one last look out the window of the back door of the garage and there sat T.C. about 5 feet away.

Well of course we are still crying and hugging him. He is just purring so loudly and I believe saying "Whew, I'm glad to be home". I totally believe your information saved him and brought him back to us. I was amazed that he had been gone for two days and his fur isn't dirty, he doesn't smell. I think he was hiding like you said but very close to home. It has been so cold the last two nights I really worried about him. We will check him over and watch his eating and pooping, etc. to see how he is feeling.

Oh my God. We are sooooo happy. Thank you Thank you Thank you so very very much. I can't tell you how happy we are. Bless his little heart.  Bless his heart, bless his heart.

For me, it just doesn't get any better than this! 


Lisa said...

Yay! A happy story - Thanks Pam!

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