I was working recently with Teo, a handsome German Shepherd. Over time, Teo has shared many insights with me to pass on to his Mum.
As this particular session began, Teo immediately launched into his views on his food.
“Thank you for my food. I realise that I am fortunate to have you take so much time and trouble to feed me the best.
I know you think I’m bossy, but it’s not meant in a superior way. I see it as a game we play between us.”
After the session I emailed his words to his Mum, who sent the following reply:
‘Your email made me chuckle, it also made me cry. He really is such a beautiful, amazing boy, I love him so much.
I was laughing at the reference to food. The night before his healing and your email, I’d sort of told him off, as in, ” For goodness sake Teo, enough is enough now!”
Well, the look on his face was comical almost human.
He has this thing, where he makes the strangest noises, not whining but loud and varying in pitch. It revolves around food and treats. As the evening progresses, Teo’s comments got louder and louder.
The night before his healing he’d been full on. I was trying to work but couldn’t hear myself think. Hence the ,”Enough is enough ,” reaction.
Teo looked at me like he could not believe what he’d heard but he shut up. As I started typing again I heard a very quiet “grumping” sound coming from him. When I looked at him, he closed his eyes as if to pretend it wasn’t him!
Then I saw your email about the communication, it couldn’t have been more accurate.
Thank you for helping him.’
My lovely cat had her upper canine tooth broken last year, and had to have it removed. Recently I noticed that her upper lip was hard and swollen, and it transpired that her gum had not healed as expected, and a chronic infection had developed in the cavity of where the tooth once was. Thankfully, our vets were able to operate that day, and successfully removed the infected/necrotic tissue and cleaned the cavity.
I wanted to do everything I could to support her recovery, and felt intuitively that she would benefit from a healing session.
I knew as soon as I found Annie’s website that she was who I had been looking for.
After a consultation, Annie scheduled a healing session as soon as possible. Two weeks later we took our cat for a check up. The vets were amazed at how her mouth had healed, and remarked that ‘you wouldn’t even know that she’d had surgery’.
I consulted Annie more recently for an additional (unrelated) issue, and again, Annie went above and beyond to schedule a healing session as quickly as possible. She gave me accurate insights and information explaining what was going on, and in addition to the healing she gave, also offered recommendations for remedies I could incorporate to facilitate the recovery process.
I now feel confident and that my cat will heal, and reassured that I know what I need to know to fulfil her needs and support her in living a healthy, happy life.
Annie, I can’t thank you enough for all you have done. I will always remember your kindness and compassion. You are a truly remarkable person, and your unconditional love for animals is palpable.
Thank you for all you’ve done for my cat Grace.I really appreciate it. She’s so much better in many ways. You can hardly see the scarring from the procedures she’s had on her nose. So pleased with it all.
“Just a note to thank you for your time spent healing Jasper. He is truly precious to me, as you know. I am 100% certain of the benefit to him, as at the time I was literally monitoring his every move as part of his rehabilitation after his tendon injury. I could feel the difference in him immediately. The second time, when he had the infection in his hock, the vet mentioned to me the next day that he had been literally hours from the infection becoming potentially fatal. She also mentioned she was amazed how quickly he recovered, all down to you, and I’m pretty sure Jasper is thankful too.”
“Annie has always been a help with my animals in a very holistic way. From catching my sheep’s low immune system at a glance, when walking through the field, to helping my faithful dear old cat and me Willow, come to terms with his passing.
Annie’s lovely way with animals and also their human friends, makes a big difference in all kinds of circumstances. She gives healing not only to the animals but to their worried owners too. I was in a very bad way and it was making my cat worse. Once Annie had helped me with her words of wisdom and healing, and given my poorly cat some too, it changed my outlook, and Willow’s, and we began to get stronger and happier, and towards the end he had a beautiful passing. We had shared some really precious and humorous moments.
I find this healing work is very important in my life and I can recommend it to anyone who loves animals very deeply.”
Annie’s Healing for Nova
At around the 20th June, my cat, Nova, had been ill for some time with an infection which two antibiotics had failed to clear. She was miserable, mostly asleep, and unwilling to eat and drink. Although she would go to her bowl as though hungry, she would then turn away again. She had a persistently high temperature, and a high level of white blood cells with a low red blood cell count and no new red cells appearing. One strong possibility was some form of fatal blood condition.
However, the vet felt the problem might be caused by a fairly rare blood borne parasite which might respond to a third antibiotic – Ronaxan. The vet had successfully treated five other cats in the course of her career with this condition.
Nova did start on the antibiotic but it had to be given in tablet form which necessitated the most awful struggle, or a daily visit to the vet in hot weather – both were stressful to her and added to her misery.
Unwilling to put Nova through anymore suffering, and as she is a cat in her teens, I had decided to ask the vet to put her to sleep. I love her dearly and this was a terrible decision but I have always believed that sick animals should not be kept alive because their owners cannot bear to part with them.
I had asked a vet to come to my home and put her to sleep at 6 o’clock in the evening. The night before, unable to sleep, I thought, “I haven’t tried a healer.”
I switched on the computer and quickly found Annie whose website very much appealed to me. I rang her number and had a long conversation. Annie tuned into Nova and phoned back with this news:
“Nova swore at me and said she was not ready to go! She had more summers to come, and had not finished her experience of life. She drew attention to pain in her mouth.” Annie gave distant healing, and I cancelled the vet appointment for that evening.
I had mentioned to Annie that Nova had a bad tooth with reddening of the gum around it. The vet had not made a great deal of this, and said her temperature needed to come down before the tooth could be extracted.
Around this time Nova started to improve, and eat a little. Her temperature gradually came down over the following days. The bad tooth, and one other, was extracted and her mouth healed well.
It is now over a month later. Nova continued the antibiotic until her temperature and blood results were normal. At that point she was discharged by the vet.
She has had distant healing from Annie on several occasions and it has now been agreed that she can be ‘signed off’ for the time being. She had lost a lot of weight but is now eating with great relish, especially at night. She looks sleek, and I am sure she is gaining weight again. She is as lively as any cat of her age, and seems to be thoroughly enjoying her life – mostly spent in the garden.
The reassurance and support I have received from Annie has been immeasurable. I was completely at sea until I first talked to her on the phone. I was consulting two vets and didn’t know where to turn.
I cannot say for sure that Nova would not have recovered on the third lot of antibiotics, but the point is I was so distressed I would not have waited to see! I had lost faith in them, and just felt I was prolonging her suffering.
What Annie told me on that first occasion was a shock which made me change course. It made me realise Nova’s strength of personality and her wish to stay alive. It also underlined what I had felt; that her tooth was the main cause of the problem, the infection and lack of nourishment undermining her immune system. I kept emphasising this to the vet.
This is all still recent history and a very painful time to recall. Much of it is a bit of a blur! I hope I have given a reasonably accurate picture of the course of events, which can be confirmed by Annie. I believe she has a wonderful gift, and I know that she has a kind and caring manner, which can help animals and owners alike.
The stories and testimonials in her book and on her website support this.
“I was desperate; I’d been advised to have my horse put down. My lovely Noli couldn’t seem to stand or walk properly. Her back legs had a mind of their own. I was afraid that she’d fall and not be able to get up again. Even though I was sceptical, I’d heard about Annie’s work and phoned her. She asked for a photo so she could connect with my horse, said she would send her healing three times over the next week and asked me to keep an eye on what happened.
After a day I could see an improvement, Noli was standing straighter. As the week went on she got better and better. I could hardly believe it, she was so different. By the end of the week she was virtually cured. I rang and told Annie the good news and just mentioned something unusual.
Although it had been exceptionally hot that week, my horse had left her normal spot in the field, her favourite for several years and had stood in the hot sun facing the moor some 3 miles away. Imagine how I felt when Annie very quietly told me something that I hadn’t known. She had been on that moor, talking to Noli and sending her healing. I didn’t know that, but that didn’t matter, because far more importantly, my horse got the message and responded to it.”
“Dogs have been a part of our family for many years, so we envisaged few problems when we adopted a nine-month-old puppy. How naive can you get?
Once the paws were under the table, she became bossy and dominant, with an urge to supplant me as alpha female. Tess showed few social skills with other dogs and so it went on.
Not quite end of my tether because I contacted Annie almost immediately. We knew her and her work well through our other animals. In fact she’d helped to keep our beloved greyhound well for almost 3 years, despite Rosie developing a supposedly invasive tumour, which incidentally sort of didn’t come back after Annie got on the case.
Back to Tess. Annie came to see her and I left them to it whilst they had a “chat”. After this Tess seemed much calmer. Annie promised to do some distance work with her over the next few days.
That night I was able to take my lovely pup for a walk, let her off the lead in a field and SHE CAME BACK!! It’s getting better daily and so we can all get on with life more happily thanks to Annie’s timely intervention on numerous issues, not just canine but the human ones too that can be created in situations such as ours.
Many thanks Annie (yet again!).”
“I found Annie through a friend and then looked at her website. I instantly knew she was the one I could trust to work with Bruce and myself on our emigration from UK to Australia. Moving a much-loved pet to the other side of the world is a traumatic experience, especially if you are on the sensitive side!
Bruce is a 3 year old American Boxer, whom I “gained” third-hand, so he hasn’t arrived without issues… Needless to say, I knew the only way for me to tackle this whole life change, was to seek out a pet communicator, who could help me out.
Ten days before departure, I lost George, my beloved 13-year-old Boxer, so there was that to contend with as well. Annie stepped into the breach and got us both through a most difficult time.
Bruce and I were flying separately but due to arrive in Perth about the same time. Then his flight was delayed by 2 days and again Annie was brilliant, providing the reassurance and support I so desperately needed.
If you are contemplating anything like this I would encourage you to ask for Annie’s help. Bruce would not have been so calm without it. She was able to get him to understand that his quarantine was only temporary and he had not been abandoned. I felt totally calm and reassured that Bruce knew what was going on.
We are now settled together, near Perth, 10 minutes from the sea and with a nature reserve at the bottom of the garden, how lucky is he with his walks!
I can’t thank and recommend Annie highly enough and would like to end this testimonial with the final piece in the jigsaw.
The day before we left UK, Annie told me to look out for a white puppy who would befriend Bruce. On our way back from a walk yesterday, we met a white puppy, a little boxer, like George was. This puppy lives just around the corner and was desperately trying to get over our fence to play.
Thank you again!”
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