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Beautiful Belle!!

Posted by Michelle On June - 28 - 2010 Comments Off on Beautiful Belle!!

I wanted to share with you all a wonderful guest who came to my last Animal Communication Workshop. It was heavily pregnant Belle, who arrived with Carol. Now Carol is fostering Belle as she has come from Woodgreen Animal Shelter until she has her pup and they are all homed.

Belle was amazing at the workshop, we didn’t hear a peep out of her apart from telling me she was having 6 pups and didn’t like her food bowl, which Carol addressed straight away for her.

Well on Sunday Belle had her pups and has been amazing with them, 3 boys and 3 girls.
I wanted to share with you an email that Carol sent to me today after she attended the workshop.

Michelle

I just feel I have to write to tell you what happened this morning.
As you know Belle had a C-Section yesterday and that usually means that there may be a few problems with the bitch accepting the pups……
Well I had no problems with Belle accepting them at all, I only had to clean the pups once (making them wee & poo) and that was while she was still in the recovery room. She wanted to do it the 2nd time….FANTASTIC
Now….for the most important bit……
The vet and nurses yesterday quoted that Belle has very little milk and that i would need to supplment them all with formula……
Now….my gut reaction was….Ummm…C-section……possibly milk slow coming in….if they dont suckle her, then she will not produce milk……So I went with my gut reaction and did not intervene…..just watched carefully to see all were latched on….
This morning I needed to weigh them to check that they had not lost any weight……
BELLE……would not let me!  Everytime I tried to pick up a puppy, she got up and took it back…..She wasn’t growling at me, she was just adamant that I was not going to touch them….Obviously thiis was a problem as I needed to weigh them……
I then thougth of you and decided to try to communicate with her, it went like this…
I had a hand on Belle and I asked
Belle, can I communicate with you please….I will not judge you, I’m only here to love and help you.
The feeling I got was a distinctive NO….
I communicated….Belle, that’s fine, but can I just tell you something which will help you?
I felt a definate…tut tut….go on then!
I said I am here to help you in anyway you want…..but I really need to weigh the puppies to make sure that they are all doing well……I want to make sure they are ok. I can’t tell if they have put weight on. I will keep them here with you and I promise to give them straight back. Can I do that please?
I felt her saying, ok, you can do it…….
I then went on to take each pup from her in turn and weigh, record it’s markings and give it a kiss before placing it back on the nipple…….She only got agetated when i did the last one again to be sure I’d done it right…..
HOW BLOODY AMAZING WAS THAT!!!!!
Thank you so so much for sharing your gift with me!
I think you are truly amazing….Mwah…..
Love always Carol, Belle & 6 bundles of fur xxxxxxxx
When I stopped crying I managed to reply, what a great lady fostering these pregnant dogs and looking after them until the pups are ready to be rehomed and the mum too. If anyone is interested in homing either Belle or one of her pups please get in touch with Woodgreen Animal Shelter and they will arrange it from there.
Good luck Belle and all your pups and thank you so much to a truly wonderful lady…carol!! xxx

Animal Rescue Site – Free Food!

Posted by Michelle On June - 9 - 2010 Comments Off on Animal Rescue Site – Free Food!

The Animal Rescue Site
is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily so they can
meet their quota of getting FREE FOOD donated every day to abused and
neglected animals. It takes less than a minute (about 15 seconds) to go to
their site and click on the blue box at the top right hand corner. This doesn’t
cost you a thing.

Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for advertising.

Here’s the website! Please pass it along to people you know.
http://www.barkingmad.co.za <http://www.barkingmad.co.za/>
AGAIN, PLEASE TELL FRIENDS!  THANK YOU!

Love Michelle x

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.

Mahatma Gandhi

Great News For Rusty :)

Posted by Michelle On September - 24 - 2009 Comments Off on Great News For Rusty :)

Hi Everyone
I have had some fantastic news regarding the future for Rusty. He is going to live permanently with his foster mum and dad. They decided that they couldn’t bear to let him go and he will be with them forever!!

I am so excited for Rusty,  I was with him the day before this news was decided and he expressed that he was anxious at that point about what was going to happen to him. He was also wearing a new collar that day and the colour was blue which signifies communication, he is so brilliant 🙂

He stole my heart along with so many others…..I wish him well on his journey with a family that he loves so much 🙂
Love Michelle xx

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Amazing Display of Forgiveness :)

Posted by Michelle On September - 8 - 2009 Comments Off on Amazing Display of Forgiveness :)

Hi Everyone

Just wanted to update you on Rusty’s progress, I went to see him a couple of days ago and he is doing so well!! 🙂 His hair which is also your protection is growing back fast and he is more alert and confident!

What blows me away every time I meet this little chap is his unconditional love and forgiveness, he is so kind, gentle and loving to everyone he comes in to contact with.

I am honored to have met and spent time with him. Thank you Rusty xx

Ps  A reminder that I still have spaces left on my workshop for Saturday 19th September, this workshop will be filmed as part of my forthcoming Animal Communication DVD and everyone that attends will receive a FREE copy!! 🙂

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An Amazing Dog Called Faith

Posted by Michelle On September - 2 - 2009 Comments Off on An Amazing Dog Called Faith

Hi Everyone

A wonderful fellow Animal Communicator sent me this amazing story all about Faith, which I wanted to share with you all. She is a truly amazing dog with yet another valid message for us all!!

I hope you enjoy it  🙂  xx

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One Devoted Lady and Her 400 Animals

Posted by Michelle On August - 29 - 2009 Comments Off on One Devoted Lady and Her 400 Animals

Tower Hill Sanctuary in Essex is home to Fiona Oakes and 400 animals she has rescued.

Take a look at her website www.towerhillstables.com where you can read about her achievements as an Olympic cyclist and now Marathon runner as well as her devotion to animals.

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Enjoy 🙂

Love Michelle xx

Y’gotta meet Molly!

Posted by Michelle On July - 1 - 2009 Comments Off on Y’gotta meet Molly!

I hope you all enjoy reading this amazing story about Molly, what an inspiration!! 🙂

Many thanks to Tracy from Wood Green Animal Shelter, Godmanchester for sending this through to me.

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Meet Molly. She’s a grey speckled pony who was abandoned by her owners when Hurricane Katrina hit southern Louisiana. She spent weeks on her own before finally being rescued and taken to a farm where abandoned animals were stockpiled. While there, she was attacked by a pit bull terrier and almost died. Her gnawed right front leg became infected, and her vet went to LSU for help, but LSU was overwhelmed, and this pony was a welfare case. You know how that goes.

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Jasmine

Posted by Michelle On April - 16 - 2009 Comments Off on Jasmine
Jasmine
In 2003, police in Warwickshire, England, opened a garden shed and found a whimpering, cowering dog.  It had been locked in the shed and abandoned. It was dirty and malnourished, and had clearly been abused. 

In an act of kindness, the police took the dog, which was a Greyhound female, to the nearby Nuneaton Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, run by a man named Geoff Grewcock and known as a willing haven for Animals abandoned, orphaned or otherwise in need.

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