What the animals know and say always amazes me. They can read energy around the body, they can tell us who is our friend and who has been lying to us, and some of them can tell us what decisions to make in the future. I will give you some examples.
Yesterday a cat told me that the seven-year-old boy in the house should not eat corn tortillas because they cause him to make funny noises at night (snore). The cat also said that corn chips eaten before the boy does his homework make the boy daydream.
A horse told his person that she should not purchase the horse farm she has been wanting to buy, because there is a big hole that may get bigger on the lower turnout pastures by the creek. This horse has never been to that particular farm and yes at the lower pasture there is a big sinkhole.
This same horse told his person, through me, to go to the tack shop and on the bulletin board would be an ad for a nice place to board him. He said this place is owned by a king on a hill who bought it for his wife so she doesn’t have to keep her horses outside of town. The woman went to the horse farm, found the ad, fell in love with the farm, and moved her horse there the same day. It turns out that this farm was owned by the late Fess Parker, who bought the farm for his granddaughter (not his wife) to keep her horses closer to town.
A deceased cat told his person that at work she should stay in a straight line and not move off course. The cat said there is a woman that is pulling his person off the line, and he said to ignore her. It turns out that his person has been working for the county for 19 years, and her friend is trying to get her to leave her job and work elsewhere. The woman decided to stay in her job because of retirement benefits and found it helpful to hear her cat’s insights.
A horse told her person that she must choose the lawyer that wears a fanny pack. It turns out the fanny back is a lower back brace. The horse’s mistake, or mine in translation?
A dog tells his person that her boyfriend is cheating. He can see it in his mind. The person finds out that this is indeed true.
My animals give me advice but they don’t tell me the future. I tell my animals, “Hey you guys, hook me up. You guys must be psychic too. What do you know?” Storm King (my Aussie) says, “Mom, if you knew the future you would be scared. Anyway, we like you living day by day. It’s more fun.”
My cat Joey adds, “Mom, you create your future. We all create it. It can change day by day. You need to focus on the present and getting as much done as you can. Because if you do that, your future will be better than we all see.”
I guess I can’t argue with that. My animals are wise too!