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05/11/2019 at 11:24 am #58023ModeratorModerator
Please post your questions and re-post questions you previously posted for our next Gold & Platinum Member Live Q&A Monthly Call on Saturday, June 8, 2019 @ 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern Daylight Saving Time.
NOTE: The Live Q&A Monthly Coaching Call is an opportunity reserved for Gold & Platinum Members Only who are in good standing in the Club (membership dues are paid up). If you’re not a Gold or Platinum Member and want to participate, email [email protected] and ask to be upgraded now.
Calling All Questions! If you’d like a chance to get a hot “love” seat in the next call to interact personally with me, then post your question here no later than 24 hours ahead of the class time to assure that they are included on the call. Questions are normally answered in the sequence in which they are posted, so it is best not to wait until the last minute. Be sure to post before the deadline of 12 noon Eastern on Friday, the day before our QA call.
Remember to let us know if there are specific topics on which you would like more teaching.
Prior to the Call, I’ll review the questions posted and will choose how to best answer them in the time we have. Some questions may be combined or adjusted, answers combined to be of great interest to the group. Typically questions are answered in the order in which they are received and we may not have time to answer all questions during the call. Come prepared with your questions as this is your time to get the answers you need to move forward in deepening your animal communication skills. If you have a deep, personal or urgent question, you may be better served by signing up for a personal session.
There will be a recording of the call available after the call within 48 hours. However, student interaction can be the catalyst that produces remarkable insights, and your participation is vitally important. Please plan to be on the live call.
Thank you for being a member of the Coaching Club and for sharing your love of animals with all of your fellow students. I’m looking forward to hearing what’s on your mind and discovering how I can best guide you on your journey!
05/19/2019 at 10:53 am #58180
Is it typical for cats to ignore the corpse of another cat in the same household? I was sleeping and unaware of when Shoshana passed; maybe one or more of the five other cats noticed. This (Sunday 5/19) morning, though, no one has looked, sniffed, etc.
All the cats were affectionate with her. Daily, she would bow the top of her head to one of them or vice versa to be licked.
05/30/2019 at 2:53 am #58285SabinaInactive Member
I would like to hear how to know for sure that I am in contact with the animal ? That it is not my imagination that sends me the images? Thank you for considering this subject.
06/05/2019 at 6:40 pm #58473Alicia HamiltonPlatinum Member
Val, can you tune in to Lucy and see when is this baby going to be born. As of Thursday she is 7 days past her due date. I just want to be sure that mom and baby feel ok.
She told me 2 weeks ago that you can’t rush these things but I can’t handle the waiting.
06/06/2019 at 7:48 pm #58484Alicia HamiltonPlatinum Member
Val the baby arrived and I know why she went past her due date. She is a tiny little peanut and needed more time.
06/07/2019 at 11:40 am #58497
Val, depending on if this can be covered in the QA, would you comment on what happened to Shoshana, my 4-y-o cat who died Saturday night, 5/18? Or what she thinks happened to her? My guesses (too long to read aloud; save for a laser session?):
–During her annual wellness check-up the first week in May, the vet declared her healthy. A blood test may have revealed a problem, but he didn’t suggest one and cats under eight years typically don’t have them.
–Because I thought she missed going outside (several reasons: morning pacing of a circuit of rooms, also of 18-feet of tables in an L-shape around the laptop and me, walking the length and back of the picture window while an outdoor feral cat is doing the same on the other side of the glass, staring out windows and maybe remembering how she’d chase squirrels, run up trees, run fast-fast-fast on grass), Shoshana was tested to see if she had ever had a feline leukemia shot. I knew she hadn’t, but the test was for something else too. Anyway, she got the shot and seemed problem-free, but was it toxic for her?
–Though the indoor cats were used to Shoshana’s daytime visits and some overnights when she was still an outdoor cat, Raven sometimes hit her when she snuggled up to him and Yossi sometimes chased her. In general, though, they tolerated her while Julie-Belle, always the good mother, groomed her and lay against her. In April and especially May, Raven and Yossi really warmed up to Shoshana, and she often nestled with one or the other. Maybe Shoshana finished up past business with them and wanted to move on?
–Did Shoshana’s litter mate sister, Tirzah, die? If so, did Shoshana go to join her?
–Was Shoshana bored with being my near-constant companion, though other cats were usually with us?
–During the Saturday 5/11 QA, you mentioned that Shoshana heard energies and spirits, and was frustrated that I was too dense to receive her communication. She was relieved that you did. Were those beings malevolent? Did they scare her? Are they still around inside or outside?
I’m grateful for any relief you can give. Thank you, Val.
06/07/2019 at 1:07 pm #58500Suzi AzizPlatinum Member
Val, as you know, over the last several weeks, Taffy has had issues with her left eye–upper and lower eyelid oil gland cysts and “Golden Retriever Uveitis” (inflammation from a cyst in her eyeball), resulting in a small cataract. Her eye is healing well, with lots of healing work in addition to yours, and oral prednisone (will finish June 8, morning of our class), doxycycline (finished), and prednisone acetate eye drop (ophthamologist Vet says for life). We consulted a holistic Vet who recommended nutritional additions and gave Taffy an ozone (oxygen) treatment with direct administration through a catheter in the rectum and subcutaneously between the shoulder blades. This Vet reports she has had excellent results from her protocol. Taffy had significant side effects from the prednisone, losing 6 pounds in less than two weeks (75 to 69) and muscle wastage. We are working on building back her muscles.
1. How is Taffy feeling? Her left eye, her right eye, and her body overall?
2. When I administer the prednisone eye drop, how does it feel? (Any discomfort? Or better?)
3. How did Taffy feel during and after the ozone treatment at the Vet’s?
4. Is there anything Taffy wants me to know?
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06/08/2019 at 11:00 am #58507Rhonda GoykePlatinum Member
Hey Val and everyone – happened just before class so late posting but time sensitive. My dog Riley dug up a rabbit den, one hurt baby took to vet to see if it could be saved. There are probably at least 4 other babies, newborns I think. Eyes closed minimal crawling movement.
#1: What do I do with the rabbit den? Not safe where it is, Riley is obsessed and will be hard to keep away. Do I move the den or adopt the babies or take to rabbit rescue? Or leave where it is and build a second fence around it? Tell baby bunnies, I am sorry, I love you, how can I help?
#2: Can you all help me communicate with Riley that we protect bunnies we do not hurt them.
06/09/2019 at 9:42 am #58513
Deepest thanks, Val, for relaying the responses from Shoshana to all my questions on this 6/8/19 call. Such a relief that the other cats were communicating with Shoshana on her last day.
I regret that I did not meditate sufficiently to get Shoshana’s messages and that I misinterpreted her cries and actions as wanting to be outside. I was aware that she had thrived outside (with my provision of food and companionship; she began by softly calling to me from half-hidden places) before her paw injury brought her inside. I was also aware that Tirzah (if the cat down on the next block is/was Tirzah; I haven’t seen her in months) was an indoor-outdoor cat.
How ironic! I didn’t want Shoshana to go outside because of possible dangers wandering over properties at this end of the street. Now she’s God-knows-where in the stars.
Also: I took her for the recommended feline leukemia vaccination to help keep her safe outdoors. That shot likely killed her. From 1992 until this year, my indoor cats all had this vaccination without a negative reaction. If I developed my intuition, she might still be here.
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