Why was Gerty, a recently adopted dog always hungry? She was never satisfied. Cat Bear of Richfield, MN, contacted Animal Bridges for an animal communication with Gerty. Elaine and Gerty had an animal communcation.
One question was “Are you hungry most of the time. You seem to be when we feed you plus you eat poop (PLEASE stop eating poop!) and you counter surf. We can feed you more but we also want to make sure you stay healthy and fit.”
The following is part of the conversation between Elaine and Gerty.
Elaine Garley of Animal Bridges received this email testimonial from Cat Bear of Richfield, MN on August 12, 2015. Monty, the dog stops limping after an animal communication.
“I met Elaine at an event several months ago. We engaged her to speak to our dog Bo (who had just passed away) and our 3 other pets Monty (dog), Earl (cat), and Leo (cat). The [animal] communication she had with all 4 of them was very valuable, but the most remarkable information we received was about Monty.
Val of Plymouth, Minnesota posted this in the Animal Bridges Facebook page on December 20, 2014 about her pet’s death. Hogan, their 15 year old Schnauzer, crossed over Rainbow Bridge recently.
“In September I picked up a brochure at a conference that introduced me to Elaine [of Animal Bridges] and her services.
Just a few weeks later I was reaching out to her for help as we prepared to say goodbye to our 15 yr old Schnauzer, Hogan.
She provided me with resources that helped us memorialize our sweet boy. One of her recommendations was a photographer [Sarah Beth Photography] who does special end-of -life “Joy Sessions”. These precious photos taken just weeks before he left us will be lasting memories for the rest of our lives.
Elaine’s support and recommendations were invaluable. I am so happy to have found you just when we needed you most.”
You may have questions or concerns when your beloved companion is getting ready to cross over. Animal Communication can help ensure her needs are met, and you can say your final goodbyes.
Here’s another testimonial:
“Abby’s angel day could not have been more beautiful! We cherish the time we spent out in the garden and the Special Celebration of life you lead was very beautiful! Thank you for being with us and Abby and for staying at our home as she made her peaceful transition. It meant so much to us to have you with us. Your beautiful words, your love and support and your peacefulness were so appreciated and felt!” — The Nelson Family
Mischa, a 4 ½ year old cat, had experienced many changes in the past 6 months.
- She traveled by car from New York City to Minnesota to her new home with her human Mom.
- Left a cat sibling behind.
- Met a new cat and bonded with him, Hendrix.
- Suddenly Hendrix died.
- The social cat was suddenly the lone cat and very unhappy.
Mischa was crying most of the time. If she was alone in a room, and her humans were in another room with the TV on, she cried. She cried during the night. Her human Mom was not sleeping and desperately needed the sleep.
The following testimonial was posted on SideWalkDog.com on November 24, 2014 by Becky Nelson of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
“I first contacted Elaine in 2012 when I discovered my cat Katie had cancer. Elaine assisted Katie through several Healing Touch for Animals® (HTA) sessions and with several animal communications. The communications and support from Elaine during this difficult time gave comfort to Katie, in addition to me and my family.
A two-year old Plott Hound/Lab mix had recently arrived at her new forever home. Gracie Jo was full of energy and loves the great outdoors. Trudy Fredin of Savage, Minnesota, a new Tellington TTouch® student, was having problems walking Gracie.
Gracie was excited to see other dogs and sometimes gets reactive because of life past experiences. Being a 60-pound dog (sorry to tell your weight), Gracie could really pull.
Trudy knew the Gracie’s harness did not fitted correctly. It was tight under her chest and cut across Gracie’s shoulders. Although Gentle Leader head collars are great if they fit correctly, Trudy gave up on it because it pulled up under Gracie’s eyes. Trudy knew there were other options but what was the best for Gracie.
Elaine of Animal Bridges recently did wonderful work on a dog’s surgery recovery, with a 10-year-old dog, Buddy, and greatly sped up his recovery. Buddy had major surgery on February 18, 2014 to remove a large mass and part of his liver.
Two days after he returned home, he was improving, but was still sluggish, had digestive problems (vomiting and diarrhea,) and was still feeling the effects of both the surgery and medications.
What do you tell a barn cat, who adopted you and your house roof, so she understands to behave? Jennifer Wells of Cumming, Georgia contacted me.
“We have an emergency. I have a sweet kitty, Miss Two Can Sam, who mostly responds to “Kitty”… who keeps waking us up in the wee hours of the morning. She’s an outdoor kitty (and probably won’t migrate in doors because she’s been a barn kitty for 7 years and has outdoor manners).
Could you, would you, have a conversation with her, please? I don’t know if she’s uncomfortable, or if she’s just hungry. She’s always hungry. She was starved when she came here.”
Recently Lynnea Forness of Minneapolis reminded me of the animal communication I had with Meshke, her almost 11-year old lab, the final days of his life in 2010. I asked him, “Who would you like to say goodbye to?”
Meshke said, “I want to say goodbye to Lynnea parents but I know it would be too difficult for them. They can’t travel to me and it would be too hard for me to see them. So I will say goodbye to them somehow. Maybe when they are sleeping I will visit them and make it easier.”