Pets Tell The Truth
Dr. Agnes Thomas
Author, Scientist & Educator of the
Animal Mind and Mysticism.
Sydney was located, where this toy cat is on the corner of Hwy. 99 and Main Street. How many people walked by her? She was stuck on this window sill. Mary Ellen's other neighbor saw the cat run out into traffic on Friday, and they found her on Monday. Sydney is a kind hearted domestic cat, begging for help and meowed out from her hidden spot as they walked by.
- Saving Sydney -
I would like to share a rescue miracle in the hopes that if you are ever presented with a similar problem, you kind readers will know what to do.
Many of you are familiar with my friend Mary Ellen who lives in Oregon. One day, Mary Ellen was walking into town with her neighbor. Last week, on the busiest corner in her town, she noticed a small black cat about 10 months old, terrorized, sitting on a window sill.
The little female was so thin and emaciated that they thought they had better try to save her-- if possible. They took her directly to a veterinarian, who weighed her (four pounds) and gave her a two-week acting antibiotic injection. The veterinarian felt that the stray cat's right kidney was filled with stones. The poor kitten was urinating part urine and part blood. It's pain must have been horrific. The veterinarian gave her subcutaneous fluids because of the cat's sever dehydration.
Mary Ellen took the cat home and tried to warm the kitten's icy cold body in warm water. She felt if the urine soaking the back end of the cat was removed, the cat would heal better, as cats pride themselves on been clean.
Notice the color of the water! As black as this black cat is!
Her bones are clearly protruding through her fur.
This Thera Neem Pet shampoo bottle is 2" wide.
After the cat's exhausting bath, Mary Ellen placed her in a cat bed, covered her with blankets and put in warm hot water bottles. She called me to contact the kitten telepathically to see how to best save its life, and if that was even possible.
The kitten's inner eyelids were drawn half-way across her eyes, a sign of severe illness.
The kitten told me, "I was abandoned and waiting to die when I called out to the two ladies."
I answered, "Sydney, you are safe now and in a loving home." Then I emphasized, "You will never be hungry again! Your job now is to have a happy life."
Mary Ellen's daughter, paramedic Ariel, fell in love with Sydney and helps with the plastic syringe feeding
I asked Sydney, to hang on a little longer because Mary Ellen has adopted her and this will be her forever home. The kitten wasn't strong enough to stand up, was incontinent and too starved to eat.
For the next week, I kept communicating with Sydney telling her, "Everything is all right, you are safe and home."
Mary Ellen's Chinese herbalist, Robert Neumann, www.TheVitalConnection.com is a compassionate pet lover and suggested that to rejuvenate the cat's kidneys to give it raw tuna/water/ and a pinch of sea salt. Also, 6 Flavor Chinese pills. Sydney didn't eat any solid food and Mary Ellen had to syringe water, electrolytes, and the tuna fish/water/salt mixture into her for 6 days. She also gave her some homeopathy rescue remedy for the trauma and belladonna for the raging bladder infection.
Sydney is wearing a tiny T-shirt to hold in her body heat as she has little muscle mass or fatty tissue. A cat should have 3 inches of tissue under their spine, You can reach around Sydney's spine and your finger tips touch. She was hanging onto life by a very thin thread when discovered.
I told Mary Ellen, "Keep reassuring Sydney that she is safe." This is extremely important when rescuing animals. Tell them they are safe and home. Those two words mean more than anything. I was communicating these words telepathically with Sydney while Mary Ellen was speaking them.
In a few days, Sydney was able to walk into the kitchen for her food. Everyone in the house took turns telling Sydney that she was home, loved, and safe.
Mary Ellen's husband kept Sydney on his lap and they 'watched' TV together. He kept blankets on her to help hold in her warmth. His body warmth, and her need to be with people is a vital healing proponent.
Sydney kept having urinary accidents as she started to recover. Bladder emptying is a function of visceral nerves and in particular the parasympathetic nerves from the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th sacral spine openings.
I looked inside of her body (with inner vision) and saw that her sacrum was twisted to the right, putting pressure on the nerves.
In such a situation, the cat is able to still perceive bladder distension, but the pain of her infection can interfere with that perception causing leaking.
Sydney does use the litter box regularly, but sometimes she says that the urine "just comes out" and she is embarrassed by it.
I recommended that Sydney visit a Veterinary Chiropractor (see American Veterinary Chiropractic Association) and get a sacral adjustment to help the healing process, once the infection is under control.
It takes a village to save a starving cat. Dr. Jerry Evans and Dr. Darby Valley kindly gave their time and skills to help save Sydney.
Dr. Jerry Evans, a human chiropractor volunteered to assist Sydney.
Dr. Darby Valley, L.Ac volunteered his acupuncture skills on Sydney to help strengthen her kidneys and digestion. Myster E. is watching the acupuncture appointment. www.cgca.us
Sydney is still uncomfortable, but is coming along nicely. It will be a while for her to regain some body weight and strength in her muscles. We are just happy that she survived her first week.
Dear pet lovers, I cannot stress strongly enough that the first step in the healing process is for the animal to feel safe.
Next, it needs to know that it is loved and wanted and has a home. Sydney turned out to be a special miracle kitten that came into our lives at the same time that the devastating earthquake in Haiti had filled the news. Say a few extra prayers for the poor animals that are suffering in Haiti as well.
Much love to you and your four and two legged families,
Wags and purrs,
Dr. Agnes Thomas
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