This is one of my favorite stories…..two years ago, right before Valentine’s Day, a client had let me know that they may have to put their beloved dog Drifter down. I had known that Drifter had lymphoma, but it was reportedly “the good kind”, meaning, he didn’t have an imminent expiration date.
Suddenly Drifter couldn’t walk and as the days turned to weeks, they thought it might be a side effect of the chemo, or maybe it was worse than they thought……they didn’t know. Every specialist was called, Drifter had been in ICU for a couple of weeks and his people thought maybe the correct thing to do was to let him go. That day was coming on Tuesday. I went to visit him on that Saturday before, Valentine’s Day.
Drifter’s people wanted me to go do animal communication, medical intuition and anything else I could think of. When I got there, I was surprised to sense the simplicity of it, of why he didn’t seem to be walking. But I couldn’t just announce that in a busy ICU. Instead, I got to work and pulled out a few tools, some energy, some body work and rolled up my sleeves.
(You can even hear the staff at the vet hospital at the end!!)