I have a new neighbour and a new kitty. She is a very beautiful and friendly kitty. She had been an indoor kitty prior to her adoption and seems to have taken to outdoor life nicely. Several times a day she comes to visit me after I say hi she looks for my indoor kitty. They are not so friendly as cats are very territorial. She comes to watch the birds in my yard and she loves to enjoy the sun too. Just yesterday I was walking down the street and she said meow as I walked by just to say hi. My new neighbour adopted her when he moved here. He also adopted a puppy too. We will get to watch him grow up too. Scott has had dogs before and is quite excited to have one so close. So Mary’s message today is to consider Pet Adoption. There are lots of homeless animals out there. Pets are very loving and enjoyable companions and raise our vibration. I know how empty my life would have been without the accompaniment of pets.
In a recent message from Mary she wanted to remind us of the love, warmth, and affection that our furry (and not so furry) little friends can provide. The beautiful thing about pet companions is that they tend to sense our energy. If we hurt, they show us empathy. If we are happy and excited, they are more than happy and excited….and many days they can take us from that place of pain and move us to warmth and compassion.
So enjoy the love and caring, and look forward to the time you can spend with your special finned, pawed, or feathered little buddy or buddies!
Ok… while some would disagree that animals can technically smile, true animal lovers know that they can. Every time your dog gets excited when you walk into the room…any time you see the excited wag of their tail…any time you seem your dog rush to the car because they know they are being taken on a trip, or for a walk you are seeing them smile. Any time your kitty snuggles up in your lap…or comes looking for loving…or finds that spot in the bed that makes them super comfortable (usually between your feet and typically at the expense of your own comfort)..Any time you hear that engine start to purr….you know that they are happy; therefore you know that they are smiling.
This week Mary wanted to remind us of that smile…remind us of the love our pet shares with us…remind us of the happiness we get from those smiles and that love…and the smile our pets tend to put on our own faces.
Continue to smile with your pet as your pet smiles with you…benefit from their healing energy…and embrace their friendship, their unconditional love and their companionship.