Have you ever wondered why we have pets?
There are so many different kinds from Geckos and Snakes to Hamsters and Cats to man’s best friend the Dog and not forgetting fluffy Guinea Pigs and Rabbits. Well apart from the reptiles I have had them all. Oh and goldfish too though never did well with them!
Currently we have a cat. Did I say a Cat. I should have said we have an independent companion who thinks he is a dog. When we moved from UK to Spain I had said that I always wanted a Siamese Cat. When we arrived up in the mountains of Ayora, Spain in 2003 a little black and white mother was trying to fend for her two offspring by hunting for mice and birds in our garden bringing her catch home to the nest under the steps that led to our front door where the two kittens, one jet black girl and the other that looked like a chocolate point Siamese boy were hiding. I think mum had a bike!
The girl turned out to be totally frenetic and the only time she ventured into the house forgot the way out and trashed everything trying to remember. Our boy just stood and watched in disbelief as she finally fled out the door and was never seen again. He watched with his one remaining eye, the vet assumed the other had been damaged when the children of the previous owners threw a ball at him. I called him Mr. Pushkin Tibbs, we took to each other immediately both loving kettle fried crisps! I know, not good for either of us but even today, 10 years later, he still remembers the rustle of the crisp packet and looks for his tiny treat no matter what the contents.
There is no doubt that over the years dogs and cats have shared my space with equal affection and our relationships have certainly verged on the symbiotic on occasions! I understand so well the introduction of our furry friends to care homes and hospices, where the residents are encourage to have a cuddle. They are the best stress relievers ever! It’s almost as if they impart, quite unconsciously, the feeling that all’s well in the world.
As opposed to humanity’s view that we always have to be doing and creating, so that when we are in reduced circumstances and not able to do even the little things for ourselves any more, we often need some outside help for us to realise that things are not that bad and it’s time to let others take the strain. If we won’t take it from humans perhaps our best friends, who know more than we imagine, are the answer!
This extended quote from Abraham brings a little more light onto the subject of well-being:
If you know that all is well, you know all you need to know. And if you know life is supposed to be fun, you know more than almost anybody else knows. And if you know that the way you feel is your indicator of how connected you are to Source, then you know that which only a handful of Deliberate Creators, respective to the total population, really know. The beasts all know it.
Your animals know that all is well. Your animals live in the moment. They understand the power of their now. They expect the Universe to yield to them. They don’t worry or fret or conjure or make laws or rules or try to regulate. They are Pure Positive Energy. Your beasts vibrate more on the Energy scale of contentment than of passion. Their desire was set forth from Nonphysical, and continues to be set forth by those, like you, who want Energy balance, who want sustenance.
The difference between the beast and the human is that the beast is more general in its intent. The human is usually less blended, usually less allowing of the Energy to flow, but is more specific. And that is why the human is seen to be the Creator while the beast is more the balancer of Energy.
Be well. With love, David