CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “Your Cat Is Not Just A Pet — You Might Be Sharing A Spiritual Connection”

One does not spend a lot of time thinking about it but cats are more than just pets or animals we see on the streets.

There has always been some kind of mystical significance assigned to cats and for good reason. If you read up on ancient Egypt and Occult, they would know exactly how significant cats are, spiritually.

They are believed to have a very intense energy field, which is why they are always attracted to people with special abilities and auras.

There is also a general belief that cats do not like to mix with humans but science says otherwise. A recent study says that cats enjoy being with humans more than we could possibly imagine.

The study saw 50 cats being kept separate from any kind of human interaction for a week with all of their other needs fulfilled and then resent to human company, which accelerated their responses immensely.

Cats have been known to sense all of kinds of things in their atmosphere, too. They can sense when their owner is low, or if there are spirits around. The vastness is truly terrific.

They are great cuddlers too, because they exude calming vibrations and make the person they are cuddling super comfortable. They are also believed to be masters of meditation and could change your life greatly.

Firstly, they are pros at something known as Catnap, which essentially means that they go to sleep when faced with a conflict to reach a place of complete calm to make sure they are prepared to face whatever is happening.

Secondly, they are skilled at Focus, which again means that there are a few things that can distract a cat when they are fixated on something.

They are great observers. Lastly, they are ever chanting — it is the purring. It helps them attract energy that suits them and remain calm in all situations.

In conclusion, one would not be wrong to say that cats are pretty much as amazing as it can get and if you do plan to get a pet cat one day, remember, adopt, do not shop!

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com

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CHRISTIAN COTRONEO: “Cat No One Would Touch Is So Grateful Someone Finally Hugged Him”

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Everything about Valentino suggested people not give him the one thing he needed more than anything: human contact.

The cat’s hardened fur was riddled with grime.  He suffered from sarcoptic mange, a condition that’s highly contagious to both cats and humans.  His eyes were so caked and swollen, they were sealed shut.

And Elaine Seamans didn’t care.

While passing by his cage at the Baldwin Park Animal Shelter last week, she heard his faint cry for help.

“He reached out with his little paw and made the tiniest meow,”  Seamans tells The Dodo. “It was like he was screaming without verbalizing it:  ‘Please help me.’”

“There are times when it’s not an option to keep walking,” she adds. “You just have to stop.  This was one of those times.”

And she opted not to wear gloves, but to press Valentino directly to her heart.

“When I picked him up, he put his little head on my shoulder,” Seamans says. “That was it. I had to get him out.”

Then Seamans, founder of the At-Choo Foundation and a regular visitor at the shelter, let Valentino make the call for help himself.

While still holding the cat, she dialed her friend, Toby Wisneski, founder of Leave No Paws Behind.

“When I was talking to Elaine on the phone and she let me hear his little meow, I said, ‘That’s it.’” she tells The Dodo. “I could hear him. That sealed the deal.”

Wisneski picked up Valentino over the weekend, taking him directly to a veterinary clinic where — although he couldn’t see the staff — Valentino could feel his world changing for the better.

“He couldn’t move and he couldn’t see. But God love him, he’s a fighter.” Wisneski says. “Everybody just adores him and they’re very protective of him. His prognosis is excellent and once he gets through this, he’s going to have a long life ahead of him.”

“His heart is good.” she adds.

But then again, that’s one thing that a veterinarian didn’t need to confirm.

Seamans knew that as soon as she took every risk in the world to hold a mange-ridden cat close to her own heart — and let him know he wasn’t alone.

“He’s so loving,” Wisneski says. “You can tell he is very grateful. He will purr for them and try to rub up against the veterinary staff. He knows he is safe.”

When Valentino finally opens his eyes, it will be to a brand-new life. One with a family.

Maybe that could be you.

 

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Get in touch with Leave No Paws behind here.

And if you would like to help support Valentino’s recovery, consider making a donation

You can also get updates on Valentino’s progress through the group’s Facebook page.

~via thedodo.com