WE are Changing Life Itself

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  1. I have a feral I have been feeding for four years now. He comes to my back porch and eats from the cat igloo and sits on the deck chair. Only for a while, and then he is off again to his wandering life. He lets me pet him but I have to be careful. He won’t let me pick him up. When I see him out on the cement and say hi to him, he rolls over on his back and shows his stomach, revealing trust. Once he told a stray cat who was lost and sort of scared to come to my house – that I would take her in, and I did. When I saw her sitting on my deck, I brought her in the house right away. That was two years ago and she is still here. The vet said she had a trace of feline AIDS on the test panel, but I did theta healing and reiki on her and made sure she didn’t bite the other cats and transmit it. I wasn’t going to put her back out on the streets just because she had AIDS. I hope we can change DNA, in ourselves first, and watch it ripple out to those around us. Sometimes it’s hard to see the results

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  2. I have a feral I have been feeding for four years now. He comes to my back porch and eats from the cat igloo and sits on the deck chair. Only for a while, and then he is off again to his wandering life. He lets me pet him but I have to be careful. He won’t let me pick him up. When I see him out on the cement and say hi to him, he rolls over on his back and shows his stomach, revealing trust. Once he told a stray cat who was lost and sort of scared to come to my house – that I would take her in, and I did. When I saw her sitting on my deck, I brought her in the house right away. That was two years ago and she is still here. The vet said she had a trace of feline AIDS on the test panel, but I did theta healing and reiki on her and made sure she didn’t bite the other cats and transmit it. I wasn’t going to put her back out on the streets just because she had AIDS. I hope we can change DNA, in ourselves first, and watch it ripple out to those around us. Sometimes it’s hard to see the results

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  3. Sunny, so good to see you here! Thank you!
    I have arrived at the conclusion, we may not even see tangible results in this life span, and that is inclusive of all sentient BEings. Even if I do not see results or changes, I know that all I have done will in some way effect the other. If I do not know how, that is all right.
    I took pictures yesterday (10-4-13) to prove that yes, this feral cat that is here this year, (a new one) is really coming out in the open. Trust. This is the most progress I have seen thus far, for I live in a populated area, with houses on either side of me. So, for these cats to expose themselves like this, it is a major to do. Yes, I had one feral cat, Mystery, last year that rolled and spoke to me, and yes, even allowed touch when he came to the back door for food. BUT! To stay out in the open, just sitting casually, as this one this year is doing (Ringo), no. It excites me to actually see change, and that by itself gives me impetus to keep on working this hard.
    I have been intending more and more with my MIND, of late, and one of things I have intended is that my actual physical work load decreases. HOW? That I do not know…..so again I go on FAITH!
    BIG (((HUGS))),
    Amy

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    1. Do you do the trap and release, so they don’t keep populating..? That is the 3d way but it seems invasive. There should be an energetic way to neutralize their ability to reproduce with our minds so they don’t feel invaded by humans. Would they even come back to our property if they were released? Wouldn’t that destroy their trust level? I would like to have an animal sanctuary also, like No More Homeless Pets. My daughter in California has ten cats that live in her apartment. She doesn’t let them out. Most were tiny feral kittens she found outside in the complex that she brought in, raised and kept. Three were tiny babies found by friends that she took and raised and kept. She did trap one adult feral and her kittens. She kept Lynx until after the babies were weaned. She had Lynx fixed at the vet. When it was time for Lynx to be set free, she gave her the choice to stay, or go back on the streets. She opened the door and waited. Lynx did not go out the door. Lynx is still there today and finally after six years, Lynx has started allowing my daughter to touch her briefly and pet her. It has taken that long.

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      1. No, Sunny, I do not T&R. I refuse to do it for the system here from which I have observed, is brutal. They actually chop off most of one ear after neuter/spay so that all will know that cat has been T&Red. They are also given a rabies vaccine which after much research, I will not give any cat, which is a whole other subject, one that I would prefer not going into here. I have seen with my own eyes, a decrease in the cat population and healthier cats as the years go by. INTENTION. That is what I do, and I shall keep on doing so.
        This much I will say. Spirit told me years ago that rabies vaccines are harming our animals. My Vet is listening and she is working with me, not forcing the issue. Special needs cats, and feral cats, IMO, under any circumstances, should never be vaccinated.

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      2. Yes I think intention and energy work is the way to stop the problem of reproduction and creating more homeless animals.. I telepathically picked up that my feral who comes to the porch, is partially a light-body cat. And you can’t put lower vibrational frequencies, like vaccines, in a higher vibrational being, as it causes problems. That’s why the autistic kids are so damaged by vaccines as they are higher vibrating. I’ve noticed my porch cat, who is a male and gets in fights and gets banged up often – he heals on his own more quickly, so the light-body part of him is generating his own healing. I too am trying to reduce my work load with INTENTION, not only with the geriatric cats I take care of, but also with other 3d tasks i seem to not be able to keep up with. So far it hasn’t worked but iim going to keep trying, as I know someone else has the same idea. There is a way to do it

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      3. Oh, Sunny, you have me in tears! Someone else understands the horrors of vaccines! These cats are SO into the other realms that they are NOT totally in 3D and so much LIGHTER then humans! I cannot say thank you enough for what you are doing! I KNOW what I am doing is working with these cats. It is the human species that are being so resistant. My 3D workload I am not able to keep up with either, so don’t feel so bad. Want a good laugh? Go see my latest posting titled, “Some days……” You of ALL people will “get it” and God love you, you will laugh!!!!! I am SO honored to know you, My Sister. Word is getting out, yes, slow, the damage that vaccines actually do. That and the fact that these “services” here cut off most of one ear????! OMG! OMG! And with THOUGHT I am continuously sending the message, “Wake UP! STOP this atrocity!” I proudly walk hand in hand with you, as we change history together! Loving you! Amy

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      4. I understand that my partial light-body feral cat shouldn’t have vaccines, but I have four other cats. I did have five but one died in July. Three of my cats stay inside and only one goes out and she is due for the leukemia and FVRCP or whatever that is. And she is not a light body cat. Should I just skip the vaccines for her? So many of our pets are going thru ascension symptoms also and raising their vibrations. Maybe they don’t need vaccines anymore. I do know the higher vibrating autistic children should not get vaccines. The vets in california cut the ear tip under anesthetic so it doesn’t hurt them, and do it so others trapping and neutering know the procedure was done, and don’t repeat it. they also require the person who does the trap and release to keep the female ferals that undergo the procedure inside for a few days before releasing, to make sure they are healed. The males they release right away. In California the women my daughter met, who do the trap and release, and the associated vet clinics, really care about the cats and how the reproduction problem creates more cats at risk for disease and suffering. So their goals are to reduce that. I don’t know about the system here in Utah because i don’t have ferals. All of the cats I have had over the last 15 years are stray ones which just showed up in my yard or garage so I took them in, but they were never feral. Only my feral that comes to the porch, but he was never neutered.

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      5. Sunny, I am in no position to tell you what to do. Only your Heart can do that. I can though, say in my opinion, no cat should be vaccinated more then once. I have special needs cats, some with some really challenging health problems. I have seen how over the years they have gotten healthier and stronger. Some I had vaccinated when I was uneducated. I lost one just recently, partly due to being vaccinated too young, while he was being neutered, and because he was a FLUTD cat. I lost another one when the Vet told me the “lump” on her rear quarters was nothing to worry about and so I believed her. Three months later, she died. I have since walked through miles of research to determine my Truth. That and Spirit really told me “no vaccines” butt I ignored the message. I learned two extremely painful lessons as a result. I am only giving you my examples so that when you do speak with your Heart, you can bring this knowledge with you to make your decision. The clinics here are cold and treat these feral cats as though they are something to fear. This couldn’t be further from the Truth. In my experience, feral cats are extremely gentle, and extremely Light-Bodied. Any ear clipping shouldn’t even be happening. These cats use their ears as one means of tuning in, and helping them decipher noises/vibrations. IF people would start INTENDING as we are, the cat population would radically decrease.

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      6. Ok I will ask my heart about Scamp and the vaccines. It sounds like you have had bad experiences with vets. The vets I go to here in Utah are wonderful and really care about the animals. They are always taking in feral kittens and putting them up for adoption. They take the mother cat also if at all possible, if she will let them. My vets tell me not to vaccinate my indoor cats as they don’t need it, but the outdoor ones are susceptible to disease, etc. I trust my vet clinic I have gone to for the past 22 years and the animal hospital here I have gone to for the past ten years. There have been a few vets at the clinic I haven’t liked so I make sure I get appointments with the ones I trust. It is so hard . I have two geriatric cats now and give them fluids, shots, pills etc. I’ve had cats with heart disease, liver disease, thyroid issues, renal failure, fistulas, chronic pancreatitis, asthma, irritable bowel, lymphoma, and a dog that lived with diabetes for half her life because i treated her. The list goes on and on. And I have loved taking care of them and giving them service to the very end. Two are sleeping on my bed now – the one with pancreatitis and the one with thyroid and irritable bowel. They are all angels. When they get so ill and can’t be treated anymore, it cuts like a knife to lose them. But I know they no longer suffer. Many of them have became my spirit guides after they died, and have given me spiritual guidance. Some were actually aspects of certain Ascended Masters or Archangels. The one who died in July decided to become my spirit guide instead of reincarnating. He is on my right shoulder at all times, and jumps down to help me when I’m in danger or need assistance. The ones who show up in my yard or garage – it seems I have contracts with them. Contracts to learn life lessons through their diseases that they took on so I wouldn’t have to learn that life lesson by having the disease myself. Some are just contracts of service. Each is unique.

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  4. Ps. In California, they only cut the tip of the ear to provide evidence the procedure was done. i don’t know. It sounds cruel, but it does heal over, and the trap,neuter,release program helps the breeding problem of putting more ferals out there to fend for themselves with no human support or care.

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      1. One other thought that just came to me. By focusing on the reality that the feral cat population goes down just by Intention, versus focusing on the “problem”, two things conjointly would be happening. One, more energy would be directed to the “thought” the population will decrease, feeding that energy, and two, that very thought will manifest. Man always thinks he must interfere. All these animals need is LOVE, and a human with enough Compassion and Intelligence to recognize problems due to again, man, and do something about those problems energetically. This is how I “see” things, Sunny. Man must learn to peacefully and gently coexist with animals. Man has pushed animals out of their own territories thus creating the problems. And the solutions man has come up with are not the “correct ones” or the Higher Ways.

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  5. I am getting myself in a corner here. I did step in years ago and had two female barn cats spayed after watching in agony year after year, these cats starving and having multiple litters. So, yes there are times when I am guided to step in and to “interfere”. I am not one to turn the other cheek just so not to see. I did that for years, and finally said ENOUGH! It all depends on the situation, and what cats are involved. Everyone needs to use common sense and realize that now there truly is a Higher Realm of BEing in which we can do things we could not do before.

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  6. I’m so glad you did the spay for the barn females. One female adult feral cat that my daughter found trapped in her apartment wall, she took in. She named her Sedna.She was pregnant but my daughter didn’t know. One day she saw two kittens nursing under the chair where Sedna always hid. One was born malformed and the vet had to put it to sleep. It had no bowel opening. The other survived. But this female was undernourished, having multiple litters, and birthing cats with problems due to her malnutrition.. My daughter kept Sedna until she died. Sedna would never once let my daughter touch her and she hid and lived under the bed or chair the whole time for three years, only coming out at night to eat from the bowls. But at least Sedna was off the streets, and lived out her days in safety and peace, with food and shelter. It just makes me cry. Yes, I agree, man is so barbarian and has taken so much from these animals on our planet. I send energy daily through crystals to help all the suffering animals, domestic and wild.

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