Friday, May 11, 2012
It is probably best if I post part of the communication I had with Bo.
Would you like to talk to me? I am heaven-sent. You saw it first thing. (Something else I see is that Bo is a biscuit maker – kneads things)

Tell me about your home. It is very special. We are all special. Mom likes clean and she also likes a modern look. She isn’t one of those people who have stuff everywhere.

What is your favorite thing to do? I’m very athletic and I do tricks. I can almost fly at times. I can do somersaults.

Do you feel any pain anywhere? Only if I fall too hard from my acrobats.  

Do you remember where you came from? A box left in front of an office is all I can remember. I only died a little while ago and came straight back into this body. It was a fast exchange. 

Is there anything you would like to tell your person? I love you. We are supposed to be together. You knew that the minute you saw me.

Why are you here for your person? I’m here to help her with Rebel. He can be a handful and also he’s very intense! Phew. I also am here because I am SUPPOSED to be here!

The following is the email I received the next day from Bo's mom.

Wow, I am very impressed with how accurate your readings are! I do like a clean house, although its never as clean as I like it to be. 

I am so amazed at the reading you did for Bo that I got chills. Yes, he does make biscuits all the time! He's happy to see you when you get home and sits there on the counter kneading, waiting to be petted. Every night, he crawls on my boyfriend's neck and buries his face under his chin, purring loudly and kneading the whole time. His favorite toy is da' bird and he loves jumping and doing somersaults. And yes, he does get carried away and fall into things sometimes! He is just a big ham that is happy to be here. He loves all people and wants to be petted by everyone.
The most impressive part, though, is his past. We do know his story. He was rescued from the downtown Home Depot in December of 2010 with his 3 brothers. They were only a couple weeks old and they found him worse off than the other two and frozen to the ground. A vet tech bottle fed and fostered them. He was a very sick kitten and actually died at the vets and they somehow were able to bring him back. My jaw dropped when you mentioned him coming straight back into his body. He is so very special to us and we just knew he had to come home with us as soon as we heard his story. He was a tiny, scraggly looking kitten with dull fur and broken whiskers; now he's very handsome and healthy.

We are so thankful how well he and Rebel get along. We really took the time to try and find a good match for Rebel. They are both such good cats. I love it that they both mentioned the other when you asked them their purpose. I just want them to know how much we treasure them and how I want to give them the best life because they deserve it. And I also want them to understand when we do certain things they may not like, its for their best interest. For example, the flea medicine we put on them every month. I'm also curious how they would feel if I fostered a cat for awhile. I've considered it before, but I don't want to upset them. 

Thank you so much for your readings! I wasn't sure what to expect but am amazed at details that you told from their perspective. 

Have I mentioned that I love my job? 

A dear friend in Seattle contacted me about Leo.  I have communicated with him before.  She was concerned that he wasn't acting like himself and she felt like he wasn't feeling well.  What I picked up was that his teeth were bothering him.  This past week I received an email from her. 

Hi Pam, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your communication with Leo a while ago now.  I did get him in for exam and teeth cleaning.  The vet thought he might need a couple of extractions.  To my delight (and his, I have no doubt!) he just needed a good cleaning and he is a very healthy guy, even if he is big (18 lbs!)  blood work, heart rate, lungs, etc. are all good and strong. I'm a happy mom!

I so appreciate the pet communication work you do - so beneficial for pets and their humans!

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