Welcome to February! I hope when you are reading this, the ground is blanketed in a clean layer of snow and it is not pouring, sleeting or flooding! What a wild ride it has been so far, but we are creeping toward the warmer months, so enjoy winter while it lasts. For you newbies to Furry Words, I am a psychic for people and pets. Insights given in a reading are not a replacement for licensed medical care. Let’s see what your dogs have to say!
Lynn C. asked about Reagan, her English Bulldog. “Does she miss having a fur sibling and is she lonely?” Heck NO! She is quite entertaining with her response, and I’m still giggling. She loves the quiet life you’re leading right now, and because you’re so worried that she’s lonely, you’re giving her as much attention as a grandmother who only gets to see her grandbabies once a year. She’s spoiled rotten and wouldn’t change it for the world. That being said, I asked how she’d be if YOU wanted to add to the pack, and she got equally excited at the thought. Sigh. If you want another dog, it feels great, but I really love the gentleness surrounding you at the moment.
Hope S. asked about Sam, a Collie/Hound mix. “He has been groaning more lately; is it from discomfort or something else?” Oh dear. Let me preface my response with I have to relay what I’m hearing, so don’t shoot the messenger. He’s tired of hearing you complain about things that you have the power to change but not the energy or desire to change. Sometimes we have to look at our lives, shrug, and think, well, this is only “for now.” I’m chubbier than I prefer, but my son graduated high school last month, I’m 51 and have bizarre hormonal moments, and my focus has been on survival for the past 18 years. I’m chubby For Now. So, if you don’t feel like adjusting your life, it’s absolutely alright to simply embrace it for what it is right now. Tomorrow you can reevaluate!
Kim G. said that the day I put the call out for questions on my Sara Moore Enlightened Horizons Facebook page was her dog’s birthday, and she wanted to know what would make her day. Well, the birthday passed, but I hope you still treat her with her request! I actually see some gross looking food that could pass as wet cat food, but the green peas that are in it are what she’s showing me. She wants that wet food but with no peas. LOL! Do you feed her this now? You have to let me know!
Finally, Valarie M. asked about Killian, a gray and white Bearded Collie. “What will help his PTSD?” The first thing I feel when I tap into his energy is his ears. They feel kind of funky and slightly itchy and like I want to stick a pencil in them and scratch, but it wouldn’t help. If the vet can adjust the way his ears feel, I think that will allow him to fully rest. He’s grumpy because his sleep is so darned interrupted- his words, not mine.
Thank you all for your submissions, and I hope to meet you in a phone or office reading in Conway! I am also back on 94.9 WHOM and will be on February 6th from 8am - 8:40am, so tune in for another chance for a free mini reading!