A member of a Facebook animal communication group I’m in posted some photos of her cat, Renge, wanting to know if anyone could tell her what was wrong with him, since he was having some behavioral issues. She didn’t disclose them so as not to bias any readings.
I hadn’t planned on talking to an animal. I’d been “offline” telepathically for a while as other things were happening, but I really missed being able to connect. Was I in for an experience!
I looked at the first picture of Renge and saw his big eyes staring right at me.
“Do you want to talk with me?” I felt compelled to ask.
“You won’t want to hear what I have to say,” he shot back.
“I don’t know,” he replied. “I’m cranky.” He said this in a cranky tone of voice to demonstrate.
“Why are you cranky?” I probed.
“Because I’m sad.”
I looked at his photo again, enlarging it so I could see or feel more of him.
“You can only see part of me,” he said, “but I’m a big boy and I’m lethargic.”
I looked at his photo again and could see right into his eyes. I felt him smile from the inside, and I felt a hopefulness and lightness start to form in him. As this happened, I felt my own heart expand. I’d been dealing with some strange and unpleasant energy that day, and nothing I’d tried could release it. In connecting to him, feeling his energy and the involuntary loving response from within myself, my own heart could feel love and happiness!
“Hey,” he exclaimed. “This is for me! We’re talking now about me. Take notes on your own time.” LOL!
“I respect your message, but I can’t do it that way. I’ll forget what happened and I want to remember. Talking with you is important and I’d like to have a record of it.”
“Okay,” he said grudgingly, but he was playing and we both knew it. “I have a yeast infection.” At this point, I stopped to look up whether male cats can have that, and it turns out they can. It’s not always in the urinary tract and is also called “thrush.” I asked him where it is and he showed me behind the left leg where it connects to the body, where the folds are. (??)
“Okay, back to me,” he said again. I laughed to myself. “Well, you wanted to talk, so…let’s talk! Tell my mom I want to drink some white vinegar. I’m telling you the truth! C’mon, let’s go!”
I looked this up too, and apparently many people do successfully treat thrush or infections with vinegar. They like apple cider vinegar, but Renge explained he wanted it a little “lighter.”
Feeling the Love is Worth the Effort
At this point, however, he was getting a little cheeky, and I wanted to get back to the place of feeling love, so I looked at a different photo of him in case I could get a different energy read. I saw a dog lying on the floor next to him and asked if he gets along with the dog. I got a noncommittal, disinterested shrug. “Eh,” was his remark. I got an impatient, slightly superior feeling from him, like he thinks he’s in charge of stuff and we’re here to do his bidding. “That’s the way of the land,” he clarified.
This was going in a different direction, because he wasn’t telling me how to help him, which is what his mom asked. He wanted me to work for it, which is less fun for me than his just being open, especially since this is a gift.
I went to the last photo of him, where he’s snuggling with a stuffed animal. I told him he looks very cute and he said, “Cute?! I’m not cute! I’m a MAN! Grr!” I again felt like he was playing around with me, putting on a show but not really meaning it. There’s a wink attached to his behavior and attitude.
“What do you really want?” I asked him, with sincerity. I mean, it’s hard to help if I’m not being given authenticity and honesty, even if playing is sometimes really fun.
“I really want to be friendly, but my personality in this life doesn’t work for that. It’s an effort.” I sent him love and after a moment, I looked at his photo again. This time he looked contrite. It was almost like his entire attitude readjusted itself. I told him if he couldn’t respect this exchange, I’d have to wrap it up. He then said, “Tell my mom this isn’t her fault that I’m like this and that I really appreciate and care for her!”
He jumped off a high spot on a couch or comfy chair onto the floor and brushed against what looked like a light wood TV dinner tray stand or something similar. He quickly urinated on the floor, took a taste, made an awful face, shuddered and said, “Sorry.” Then he wandered off into the other room.
To me, this was an interesting example where even though someone was offered help, he kept the dialogue pretty brief, didn’t disclose things easily, and things were more superficial. With psychic work, we can sometimes draw more out of an exchange, but just like with people, it works best when it goes both ways. I was still happy to help and felt grateful for the exchange!
Postscript: Later, my husband walked into the room and I shared that I’d done a reading. I showed him the three photos and he got a different energy read from each of them, just like I did. His take was the cat was “devious,” but on the last photo with the stuffed animal, he said the cat felt (and looked) different. If I’d started with that one, I wonder what the exchange would’ve been like? Would I have felt like I was mistaken in the personality interpretation? Would he have still said he was “cranky?” Renge says yes, but that I would’ve wanted to believe otherwise, so I did it well. He also didn’t want his name “exposed” at first. After I sat with him and sent some loving, healing energies, I felt a shift occur and he was then happy to share.
(From his mom): "THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH!!! I love him so much, and hope I can figure out this situation! Thank you again, I wanted to let you know, he has been peeing on our Dog Zen’s beds, he was treated for a bladder issue about a year ago, then a fever of unknown origin that put him in the hospital for 4 days and scared the hell out of us, when he had the bladder issue he was peeing everywhere which I understood, however now it's Zen’s beds, almost spiteful, bought him a brand one the other day w in 8 hrs he peed on it, he sleeps between us every night, and gets much of my attention and all the animals all get along, except when Renge punks Zen, Zen is very patient w him. I appreciate all you were able to do!"
© 9/27/16 by Angel-Rose Coen.
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