Copyright Kathy Zablotzky June 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0)7900 220069
What the clients say:
This is Shambay. He lives in a wildlife park in the USA. Here is a bit of our conversation:
Do you have a message for the people who look after you? - “Yes. I am the King here but I am a kind King. I want them to remember how it should be if I was not here” (He means if he was in the wild) “Also I would like girls around me” (shows me an image of him surrounded by females, 6 or 7 of them) “I am entitled to have girls and to be free”
This was one of the early communications I did with a beautiful cat that had terrible problems with her mouth. The vet wanted to operate but was afraid that she may not survive. I was asked to explain that she may go to spirit and to ask her how she felt about that. This was her reply: “Want help, teeth hurt. Spirit cat OK, this hurts. I know she (her mummy) is trying to help. I love her. Tell her it's OK, I'll be with her anyway. When the sun goes down it's not the end of the day – tell mummy.”
I was asked to speak with a lovely horse called Leonardo. After I had finished speaking with him I asked if he had any message that he wanted me to give his mummy for him.
This is what he wanted me to tell his mummy: “Ride me softly, like you do. Don't be harsh with me. I have been happy with you. You treat me well. I like your touch. Will you spend more time just being with me? I'd like if you sometimes got off and just stood with me in the countryside – just you and me"
This lovely dog, Jazz, was pulling on the lead and nothing seemed to work. Here is what she had to say on the subject: Why don't you walk alongside when you're on the lead? - “Because they hold me so I can protect them” No, they hold you to keep you safe - “But that's silly. I AM safe”
This showed that she believed that the lead was held by her owner to keep the owner safe, so she felt she had to look after her family when they were out. By understanding the way that their dog was looking at this situation they knew that they had to teach her that they can control anything that might happen so she could relax and enjoy her walk.
I was asked to speak to this very flexible Bernese, Diesel about his terror when there are storms. Here is a part of the communication:
I promise the storm won't hurt you - “So why does it chase me?”
When does it chase you? - “They always chase me. I hide but I still hear them. They shake the house trying to get to me”
They're not trying to get to you darling, they just pass by and on their way past they go near your house - “I'm not so sure”
You think about it. How many of them stay? - “None”
That's because they're passing your house, not coming to your house. The storms will start soon and you'll see, they'll go past every time.
Diesel had experienced lightning hitting his house so wasn't convinced but having found out that he thought the storms were chasing him I asked his mummy to visualise storms passing by and not stopping at his house. Diesel is much less concerned now
Another lovely Bernese called Finlay needed help because he is fearful of many things despite having been raised in a loving home. It turned out that he's an empath and feels the pain and distress of others. Here is part of our conversation:
Why do you get so afraid when you go out of your house? - "It's worse out there. I feel them in their homes. I feel their pain, their fear, their sadness"
Myself and a dear friend worked with Finlay's family to help him to be protected from all the negative energy that bombards him every day and within hours he became more relaxed and less fearful. The work is ongoing for this beautiful boy to help him to cope.
Deisel, the Bernese Mountain Dog
My husband was a “non believer” in what he calls “Hoo Doo VooDoo” stuff. That was until Kathy communicated with one of our Bernese Mountain Dogs who was deadly afraid of Thunderstorms and Lightning. Kathy had a long conversation with our BMD “Diesel” (we got the entire transcript of the conversation and it was soooo our dog!) and after her communication he is no longer afraid of storms! It was like someone went in and flicked a switch in him!
We have used Kathy many times since and our relationship with our dogs has become much stronger due to the fact we can ask questions and really understand what they are thinking now because we have Kathy helping us. Thank you Kathy for helping our Big Boys and especially my husband! :-)
Jack the Belgian Shepherd
Jack came to me only knowing how to communicate with his mouth by biting and we were really struggling to get on peacefully. Positive training was not enough for this old boy alone and I needed extra help with Jack to help him more. On top of that, he had chewed a big spot on his back thigh that was raw and infected, I could not treat it without getting bitten and bitten hard.
Kathy was our Earth Angel! After her first communication with Jack we found out that he has a very sore knee and that is why we was chewing on his back leg, he also told us how to treat him so that it would not hurt him. It was night and day! Jack allowed me to clean his wound and treat it without a muzzle and without trying to bite me!
After a few more communications my whole relationship with Jack changed. Kathy and I shed many tears as we worked through all the layers with Jack and now I have a very happy and loving boy who trusts me and I him. I can sit with Jack on the floor for hours and rub his belly, massage his sore leg and hips, he runs to the door with his tail wagging to greet me when I get home and is such a happy, loving boy and most of all we trust each other now. Thank you Kathy, from Jack and I
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