Snickers hospitalized 2017
Today I want to share a story from my life that shows just how important and useful animal communication can be...
Our cat Snickers quickly became very sick and vomited several times. The vet took lots of tests and x-rayed him without finding the root cause, except that something was wrong inside his abdomen. During surgery they discovered that his bladder was inflamed. The vet said that she had never seen such a red and inflamed bladder before.
I communicated with Snickers via a photograph at home and asked what he wanted (I wanted to do what was best for him). “I want to fight. Everything will be fine! Don't worry about me, Snickers replied firmly. When I told the vet that we would fight this together and that this was his wish, she told me "I don't think you should be hopeful ...".
Now, almost two years have passed and Snickers is completely healthy. It took him about four weeks to recover and he communicated clearly what he needed in the terms of treatment and alternative medications. Had I not been able to communicate with him, he would not be here with us today.
Animal Communication Expert