Sometimes Spirit asks you to do something you don’t feel comfortable doing. The past 6 weeks I have been receiving lost pet calls from concerned pet parents.
I have done previous lost pet cases that have left me with frustration and self-doubt. One time there were two cats who went missing, and after much physical searching, they suggested I ask them if they were alive. I felt like a fool, as we had just spent an hour searching a field where they said they were. They were not alive. Sometimes I don’t’ understand why I have to learn things the hard way.
These types of lost pet cases have left a sour taste in my mouth. So I made a personal decision to no longer offer lost pet services.
Well you can guess what happened. Spirit didn’t like that choice I made and brought me three more challenging lost pet cases!
Here’s how Spirit worked to change my perspective about serving lost pets (names have been changed for client privacy):
Case 1 – Sally the Dog
Sally the dog was at the park when a loud noise occurred and she bolted. Her family called and chased after her, but could not find her. When Sally’s mom called we connected with Sally who gave confusing information as her mom searched a neighborhood. Fear muddles up good animal communication, and Sally as terrified.
During our second talk with Sally some new information came through. Sally told us she would be found. That was clear and concise information, and I gained some confidence in the process.
Eight days later she was found.
Case 2 – Big Kitty
Mom was frantic to find Big Kitty who had wandered out the front door. Big Kitty had medicine she needed to take for a health condition. As we spoke with Big Kitty using animal communication she guided us to where she was. Mom had a general vicinity to look in when daylight arrived and Big Kitty assured her mom that she was safe. Big Kitty then intuitively showed me her reunion, being held in her mom’s arms.
A few days later, Big Kitty was found.
Case 3 – A Traveling Cat
Lola the cat was traveling to another country with her mom. Lola got spooked by barking dogs and bolted. Being in a strange city did not help the situation. Lola’s fear was clouding up the animal communication. This case came to me through one of my animal talk students. Together we spoke with Lola and we both felt she was in still at the house where she had run. Lola wasn’t so sure she would be found and she was so scared. Through continued animal talk and community support and prayer,
Lola was found one week later.
These three cases had left me feeling upset. I still did not understand how I was helping the pet parent or the animal with garbled messages from fear. So I cried out in pain and asked Spirit to show me how animal communication helps if I am to do this work of lost pet assistance.
And then I had a light bulb moment. In looking at these 3 found cases I was seeing similarities. The time period for being found all averaged about a week. I realized pet parents are learning an important lesson in faith and trust. I noticed that lost pets are telling me if they will be found, and that information is trustworthy and reassuring for the pet parent. And I understood that the reunion happens only through Divine timing.
Miracles can happen when you pray and ask for greater understanding. Spirit taught me a new perspective through these experiences, and I am grateful. These three found pets are all a miracle!
During this holiday season remember the importance of believing in things you cannot see, allowing yourself to have new experiences to receive new perspectives. There is a greater power at work in all of our lives if we will open our hearts to receive it.