Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Emily and Sir Butterscotch
When I was contacted to communicate with a rabbit I wasn't quite sure what to expect.  This was my first bunny and his name was Sir Butterscotch.  What I discovered was that he was very forthcoming and one of the most important things he told me was that he was lonely and wanted a girlfriend.  He also told me that his house was very white.  His favorite foods were raisins and fresh greens.  He tattled on his owner telling me that she was a very scheduled and detailed person. 

What I discovered after the communication was that his mother had recently taken him to meet some new friends.  She gave me the names of three of them and Emily was the one that Butterscotch liked the most.  She was very happy about this because they seemed to get along from the start.  Plans are being made to get these two together for always.   Sigh...

His mother also told me that most of their house was white. She confessed to being very scheduled and gave Butterscotch his fresh greens at the same time daily.  She was surprised to hear about raisins and had never given him any.  After a trip to Trader Joe's she came home with some organic raisins.  Guess what?  He loved them!   






Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Last Saturday, A1 Pet Emporium asked me to participate in their Wag-o-Ween event in Oklahoma City.  Bella came to see me and I was moved and honored to communicate with her.  As usual I didn't know anything about her but the first thing she told me was that she gets disoriented easily.  Bella was ok with this but she knows her mom worries.  Bella told me that her brain wiring was different.  She likes soft food best and she likes to go on outings with her mom. 

When I asked her if she had a job she told me that she wasn't given a lot of responsibility but she did bring her family a lot of joy. 

Her owner then told me that I was 'right on'.  And then I watched as this precious dog danced around the room we were in.  Bella's mom told me that she suspected that Bella was a puppy mill dog and when she was born she evidently didn't get enough oxygen or had some type of brain injury.  This was not realized until she was a little older.  Bella also has to take seizure medicine.  She's 9 year old.

The most amazing thing to be is that even though she is a 'special needs' animal she still knows who she is.  One thing for sure...I will never forget her either.  

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