I finally found a new dog. It took me awhile and didn’t go as I’d envisioned. I tried out two dogs before finding the right one. Don’t worry both of them gotÂ good homes. It was my fault. Bear said he wanted a boy dog, about half his size, and I just didn’t listen. The two dogs I tried out were both girls and both teeny. Bear said they weren’t really dogs, they were more like cats to him, andÂ he wasn’t interested in any more cats.Â I kept looking for a dog. You’d thinkÂ it would be easy to find a boy dog, medium sized, good with cats, other dogs, and people.Â Not really.When I finally gave up and stopped looking, almost immediately twoÂ friends told me about dogsÂ that needed homes.Â Bear and I checked them out and one was a litttle boy dog, half Bear’s size, who we decided to adopt. Bear liked him.
When I saw the dog I instantly thought his name should be Norman (he was called Lucky). This is not my normal M.O. Usually IÂ spend a week hunting for a Â name and then end up changing it at least once, but he really seems like a Norman. It fits. I was told he was part Beagle and Blue Tick Hound, but I am starting to suspect someÂ Bassett in there somewhere. Rather than tell you what I know about him and his past, or how things are going now that he’s home with me, why don’t you check with him yourself. Next week I will give you a full report. Practice makes perfect! If you want to see more pictures of him, I have an album on Facebook.
This is aÂ note sentÂ fromÂ a student, Sonia Timmons, about her success with animal communication.Â
Hi Marta.Â I attended your animal communications classÂ back in June.Â Since our “person” count was odd, I volunteered to read Miles, your kitty.Â Luckily, I did well and got 24 correct and 5 WOW points.Â I am writing to tell you how much I enjoyed the class and how much skepticism I have encountered from family and friendsÂ who Â just don’t believe in intuitive communication, especially with animals.Â Soooooo, I worked to make a few people start to believe.Â My favorite story is about my boyfriend’s sister and herÂ two-year-old cat Mitsy.Â I don’t know the type of cat she is, but she’s supposed to be the type that doesn’t shed much and is hypo-allergenic.Â She’s always been kind of “stand offish,”Â Â not much of a lap cat, and not one to be held or loved on too much.Â SheÂ is especially camera shy.Â She stays to herself and just watches from a distance.Â She didn’t actÂ scared, she just wasnt interested.Â
Well, after I got so much negative attitude from Mitsy’s mom I decided to have aÂ talk with Mitsy.Â Right away, she walked up to me and was rolling over for me toÂ patÂ her.Â She told me that she didn’t like the name Mitsy and that was why she hardly ever went to anyone.Â She also told me that she felt she was a princess and she wanted a collar to reflect her “royalty”.Â Basically she wanted some bling, and once I explained what that was, she agreed.Â Well,Â Mitsy’s mom was still doubtful but wondered why Mitsy and I had such a good relationship.I told Mitsy’s mom to get her a rhinestone collar, a pretty pink or red one with white stones.Â She went for the experiment andÂ purchased one the following week.Â The next time I went over to visit, Mitsy had her collar on and ran over to show it off to me.Â I asked her if I could take some pictures of her and she said YES!Â She said she never wanted pictures beforeÂ because she wasn’t “dressed”.Â Needless to say, Mitsy’s mom is a true believer now!Â And Mitsy is no longer Mitsy, her new name is DIVA.Â She loves it.Â Diva will jump in our laps now and loves to be loved on.Â And she will actually POSE for the camera.Â Its great!Â
A friend sent me a lot of these;Â expect to see more.
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