I have the privilege of sharing some of life’s most poignant moments with animals and their people. Our animals often have a unique and profound perspective that informs our lives. As Cata, a mixed breed canine, neared death, she shared this beautiful communication with her human.
Wanda talks to Sue Urda of Powerful You about the difficulty of making the decision to end a beloved animal’s life. Wanda shares animals’ thoughts prior to euthanasia and afterwards. Their wisdom and insight will bring you comfort and reassure you that your friend is well and you are still connected.
Oh no! Your beloved companion animal is scheduled for a procedure at the veterinary hospital. Whether it’s a tooth cleaning or major surgery your fears come alive—will Fido be ridden with anxiety? Will Fifi be all right? Will they be scarred for life emotionally or physically? You feel anxious and your gut is rumbling with dread. You know these emotions aren’t good for you or for your dear animal. What to do?
Shelby (17 yr old deceased Golden Retriever) addresses whether the day her life ended was the right day and the pluses and minuses of human memory.
The message of this past life that feline Princess shows Diane H. is that there’s plenty of time for the world that comes next. She says, “You’ll be there soon enough. There’s no rush. To be here now, soaking in the revelations that are available on this earth and through living things.”
In this past life, feline TB tells Diane H. “What you need to know now, is that no one will suffer or be deprived or lack anything because you are being still and being in the moment and doing something solely for yourself that does not benefit anyone else; does not have a product. That is just solely for your pleasure.”
In this reading, Princess (deceased feline) tells her human, Diane H., to claim her gifts. Princess says, “At this [current] time and place, you can live a life of passion. And of passion for what you do, for your talents, for your gifts.”
Looking back in past lives, the first thing I see is Red as a war horse. And war horses were treated well in this time period when horses in general were not treated well because war horses were highly valued. And they needed to be strong and hearty and healthy. And they wore armor and the knights on them war armor so they had to be large.
Diane asked me to do a reading with one of her horses who had been dear to her heart and is now deceased. When I asked for who would like to step forward, Red came forward to talk to Diane about her role in Diane’s life and the decision to end Red’s life.
In this lifetime, Winter (feline) tells Karen, human the importance of the present moment.