I'm very curious to hear what you people out in the Blogger-sphere think about this. I have stepped outside of the box. I believe that God has created a world in which we may not always understand things. I believe He created a world full of differences and individuals, and this is what makes things so interesting. I believe things happen for a reason, we just may not understand it at the time.
It's been very hard for me to understand why Tessa's health has failed so quickly and dramatically. She's only 10 years old, which in my mind, isn't really that old. I won't lie. I'm a bit angry and frustrated around the whole situation. Which has led me to this question:
Can people "communicate" with animals? (Pet psychics if you will.)
Do you believe in this? What are your thoughts?
While gathering some herbal supplements for Reba, I stumbled upon an animal communicator. The things she said about Reba, some of which she would have had no way of knowing, were quite accurate. (I had Reba "read" for fun.) Later that night, after I got off the phone with her, I discovered Tessa had once more eliminated on the floor. Taking a leap of faith, I email the lady and asked her to "read" Tess.
Last night I had the chance to talk with her about Tessa. I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand, I am grasping at straws here, making me an easy target to sell stuff to. On the other hand, I genuinely want to help Tessa. I want her to be healthy and live happily into her golden years. I'm willing to take chances. And I do believe there are things in this world we can't explain.
Tessa's reading didn't give me the same level of information from Reba. It was more generic. Basically it focused on her health issues and what I can purchase to "help" her. Part of the problem for me is I do believe in holistic health practices, but I'm also practical enough to know that herbs and natural treatments can't fix or help everything. This makes me feel a bit sceptical. I'm having enough trouble getting her to take the meds she's already on. Will buying a bunch of things that will be a fight to feed her help?
With Tessa the lady said she has kidney problems (with a dog having incontinence issues - this is not a surprise), has pain in her hips (again, with her history not a shock), wants the whole health supplement. However, she didn't say anything about the random crazy days - well at least until I asked about. Then, she comes up with these days are caused by a potassium-sodium imbalance. And that's where all her problems are coming from. That her kidneys are causing her to go crazy or into a fugue. I'm not at peace with these results. A lot of it was what I'd call a no brainer. With her history and medical issues something that makes sense. This dog is on a ton of meds to help with her problems with limited success. I will be sharing this with my vet - who does have an open mind. And it's okay with me if people mock me. I will do everything in my power to keep my Tess with me for as long as reasonable. Does this make me an easy "mark"? For sure. But what if...
Thoughts, my friends?