Sometimes Trust Is Hard

Sometimes getting animals to trust us, just so we can help them, can be a long road.  But with love from their people and animal communication; it can be fast tracked in a wonderful way.

Meet Houdini who is a free roaming cat being taken care of by a wonderful lady and her husband.  Houdini is flighty, scares easily and is not into being touched.  He’ll cringe and run away.  They set him up on their porch with a bed, water & food so he can stay safe & warm.

Only when he’s starving and comes for food or water, does he allow Elaine to pet him.  The last time she petted him, he had brown sticky stuff all over his back.  She went inside to get a wet paper towel to clean him, but when she came back outside and he saw her with it, he cringed and took off.  She asked me to talk to him again about trusting them.  Reiterating, they’d never hurt him and only do things to care and love him, never to hurt or scare him.  So I had a session with him telling him just that.

This morning, Elaine emailed me…

“Wow!  You know exactly how to approach him to make him feel safe and understanding where he is coming from and where we are coming from.  I’m so appreciative!  By the way, he let me use a damp paper towel this morning before I saw the email form you!  He’s come so far just since he’s been talking to you!!!!”

I love, from all of my heart, talking to animals and being part of their journey with the people who love them.  Thank you God! ❤

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3 thoughts on “Sometimes Trust Is Hard”

  1. You are the bestest

    On Wed, Oct 30, 2019, 4:16 PM Cindy Richardson’s wrote:

    > chatswithanimals posted: “Sometimes getting animals to trust us, just so > we can help them, can be a long road. But with love from their people and > animal communication; it can be fast tracked in a wonderful way. Meet > Houdini who is a free roaming cat being taken care of by a won” >

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