Saturday, 3 November 2012

Pickle Lilly's naughtiness

I saw Pickle Lilly Friday; she is looking good, not right but good. She trotted into my room with her warm coat wrapped around her thin body and proceeded to sniff every corner of it, (the room that is) investigating all the other smells of cats and dogs that had been before her. The sniffing was so significant that I asked if she had lost her sense of smell with her illness. Jenny thought about it for a while then agreed that she was sniffing far more this last week. It could be sense of smell returning or simply feeling healthier and more inquisitive, which ever it was she was happy to sniff away.  



She is completely off the steroids now, with no nasty reactions and she had one motion that was solid!!! then back to loose, but it does show her body can do it. She still has this strange two week cycle throwing up over two days then fine again, it is like a two weekly detox. Despite all of this she has managed to put a little weight on and must be feeling a bit better as she is being naughty at home.

Once again I struggled to keep Pickle still for her healing so Jenny held her whilst I ran my hands over her head and down her body. I was drawn more to her head and its connection to her body than directly to her abdomen. As I kept my right hand on the back of her head the left one acted as an electric pulse running down her spine to her tail, feeling the strength of the connection between the two. As the distance between them grew I could feel the connection weaken. This is where I waited as the energy pulsed and the connection became strong again as if repairing a broken wire. I did this several times until I could feel a good connection from her head to her lower back. Finally I placed both hands on her poorly stomach to help sooth the troubles.
At one point during the healing she did lie down but it was a ‘red herring’…. As she attempted to wriggle her way across to the door and out of our reach! She never fails to make us laugh.

I am sitting at my computer listening to the fireworks explode around the house and hope your pets are coping with it as well as my two cats asleep in front of the fireplace. If they are not; try to put yourself into a calm, relaxed state, knowing all is well then pass your feelings on by stroking them at a slow, calm pace. Slow your breathing down; imagine you are the animal; carefree, relaxed and safe. Use your feelings to promise them all is well until they believe you. Good luck!

                                                          

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