Cat Asks to Go to Veterinarian in Animal Communication – Testimonial

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Animal communication helps cat owner know to take cat to the vetJim O’Connell of Columbia Heights, Minnesota called Animal Bridges with concerns about his cat, Brookie. The black tabby was drinking a lot of water, not sleeping with him, and also talking as if she was stressed. Jim asked me to please have an animal communication with Brookie. His main concern was if she needed to go to the veterinarian.

Brookie knew exactly what she wanted as she spoke to Elaine.

E:      Hi Brookie. I am Elaine and Jim asked me to talk with you.

B:      Hi Elaine. Thanks for talking to me.

E:      You are welcome. Jim is concerned you are drinking a lot of water. Can you tell me what is going on?

B:      Yes! I don’t feel well. I need to go to the vet. I don’t know what is going on. I am peeing a lot. I hope my kidneys are okay. I am concerned about them.

E:      Brooke, please breathe with me. (big sigh) Thank you. I can tell you are upset. I talked with Jim yesterday and gave him a name of a group of wonderful vets. My dog goes there and everyone is very kind and nice. You will like them a lot. I know Jim will call to make an appointment as soon as possible.

B:      Thank you. I am glad he is calling some.

A few days later Jim sent the following email about Brookie’s animal communication:

“Elaine……Thank You So Much for helping me with Brookie.  You Have a gift for helping others to communicate with their pets.  THANK YOU FOR SHARING THAT GIFT YOU HAVE WITH OTHERS !!!!  My vet did blood work and took a sample of her urine.  In 30 minutes they found out two things that told us why Brookie wanted to see a vet.  She is now on the road to recovery.  YOU ARE THE GREATEST !!!   Jim

A few days later Jim wrote, “Brookie has Urinary Tract Infection and also High Thyroid. She is doing great!! I know she is feeling better because she is back to sleep[ing] on my bed, not like the floor when she was sick (or should I say) not herself. Jim”

Are you concerned about your pet? Schedule a free 15-minute phone/Skype consultation to learn more about animal communication with Elaine.

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