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January was a very busy month for Animal Connection with new  and existing customers requesting sessions. Thank you for trusting me with your animal communication needs. A day doesn’t go by that there isn’t something new to learn from the animals you share with me. I do truly feel blessed to do the work that I do.






















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February 2018 Newsletter





















        




                           Recommended Reading


Our site is part of the Amazon.com Associates Program and any money received through your  purchases through the links on our web site to Amazon.com will be donated to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, UT.

This month’s selection is Out On A Leash: Exploring the Nature of Reality and Love by Shirley MacLaine
With Terry by her side, Shirley MacLaine now sees the world in new ways she never thought possible…. Through the eyes of her dog, Terry. In this book, both Shirley and Terry provide a window for exploring the nature of love. You can also see Shirley’s life from Terry’s point of view, while she questions the deeper nature of reality.

An interesting read. Now available from Amazon.com in paperback, hardback and Kindle versions.  Click on the book picture below to order.















Interested in books about animal communication?  Check out the Amazon.com links below. 






















Interested in learning to communicate?  Purchase Animal Connection’s how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection for $7.50 and $1.50 shipping plus some tax for you Texans. Click here to place your order. 



























And finally…. available from Amazon.com are gift certificates. Click here to purchase and see all that are available







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Missed a Newsletter?


Check out our archives. We keep 3 months of newsletters plus the current month online.

There are also two series of archived articles on animals and their jobs and also animal souls. Both make for some interesting reading!


                                                                            


                                                        You Tube and Other Video Connections
(and some cute photos too!)




  • Now these dogs are READY for winter. Click here to check out these adorable dogs and outfits.

  • And how about these dog haircuts that have gone really wrong. Click here to see some funny haircuts and a few embarrassed dogs.

  • Click here to check out these very funny baby animals. They sure do some funny things.



Feel free to email us at AnimalConn@aol.com with any animal You Tube or other video/slide show links that you’ve enjoyed. We’ll post as many as we can and credit the first person who emailed us with the link. Also, feel free to send email video attachments. If I can find them published on YouTube, I’ll use them.


From the Horse's Mouth - Feature Article
Animals Visiting After Death

Each month, many people who have lost their animals contact me to communicate with their deceased animal companions. There are many questions that are similar including, how is my animal companion doing, is my animal companion free of pain now and does my animal companion visit me.

In this article, we will discuss the last question. The answer is yes. Our animals do return to visit and watch over us. In fact, many tell me that after they leave, it is their job to watch over their last family regularly until the deepest of their grief is gone.

Of course, with this question usually comes the question of whether or not the person will see the visitor or know they are there. Unfortunately, many times the person does not realize their animal companion has come back to visit. In particular, the animals tell me that when their person is in a state of deep grief, this grief blocks their ability to realize what is around them.

Some people have mentioned that their remaining animals will sometimes stare at what looks like nothing or stare at a blank wall. Our animals are much better at seeing spirits than we are and many times this is a sign that you are being visited.

Over the years, my clients have shared their experiences this area. Some just catch a brief glimpse of their animal’s spirit or they are visited in a dream. Others sense that their animal is close by due to the sense of calmness that comes over them.

In this month’s newsletter, I would like to share an experience written by Sharyn J. of Bethlehem, PA regarding the visit of her dog, Satchmo, some years ago. It is beautifully written and very touching.  I hope it will inspire you to share your personal stories with me about visits that you have had from your deceased animal companions. If you are in agreement, I may publish those in an upcoming newsletter or my book that I am working on about our animal companions that have passed away and the lessons that they have shared with me.

But now for the article….

My "Satchmo" visit happened on October 4, 2009,  nearly a month after Satchmo's passing.

Satchmo's birthday was October 2nd and we always celebrated with a special birthday meal for him and his brother Bentley. Bentley, Bailey and Satchmo were with me since they were 12 weeks old and now it was 14 years later. This particular pet birthday was so different with Satchmo gone. I missed him so much, as did Bentley and Bailey.

As on all birthdays past, we celebrated with a plate of ground sirloin, doggie cupcakes complete with candles so we could make a wish and give lots of hugs. We set a plate for Satchmo and sang Happy Birthday in his honor before going upstairs for the night.

The Yorkies always slept on my bed atop a special blanket made just for them. It was Satchmo's habit to snuggle up on a spare pillow near the headboard. In fact, often I would be awakened by his muffled little barks while he contentedly dreamt his doggie dreams .

On this particular night, both Bentley and Bailey resisted sleep and sat at the foot of the bed with their gaze fixed on a spot in the corner of the room. They barked and wagged their tails happily at what seemed to be thin air. I eventually settled them down and turned out the lights so we could get some sleep and finally we all drifted off.

It was nearly 2 a.m. when I awakened. My next recollection was that of someone standing in the corner of the room in the very spot Bentley and Bailey so insistently barked at hours earlier. I sat up and looked at the foggy form that hovered about a foot off the floor. Immediately I felt a sense of calmness and peace. I knew that the profile of the figure was that of a man holding something in his arms. The outline of the figure was so familiar to me; I'd have recognized it anywhere--it was my deceased husband, Curt, who had passed away six years earlier. In fact, Satchmo and Bentley were a special gift to me from Curt.

I leaned in to look closer but was unable to make out what it was that Curt held in his arms. There were no words spoken between us, just an overwhelming sense of tranquility and a knowing that everything was okay with Curt.

I sensed that I should put my head back down on my pillow so I did. From where I lay I could see Bentley and Bailey sleeping soundly on their blanket even though it was dark in the room. Then I turned my head to the left and there on the spare pillow was the unmistakable body of my little Satchmo, curled up exactly as he used to sleep. He lifted his head for just a second, looked at me with his bright eyes, yawned and went back to sleep. I reached out to pet him and he was gone, but left on the pillow was the distinct impression of his furry little body that just seconds before lay curled up there.

I clutched at my heart begging for just another moment or two with Curt and Satchmo. My glance was directed as if by a gentle invisible force toward the corner of the room. The foggy form hovered there still, but now about three or four feet above the floor and more visibly turned toward me so that I could see what he held in his arms. It was the profile of my Satchmo, poised on Curt's arm just the way he used to position himself when he was held by either of us.

It was then I knew that Curt and Satchmo were together and together had come to let me know they heard and answered my birthday wish. For as I blew out the candle on his doggy cupcake, my wish was that I might see my Satchmo again and know he was okay.

Satchmo has not visited me since that night, but his loving visit was enough to tell me that wherever his gentle spirit is, he is happy, peaceful and with his 'dad".

Sharyn, I can’t thank you enough for sharing this personal and inspirational story.  I hope that it will help others see the possibilities and perhaps share their stories with me.

So keep your mind and senses open. You never know when you could have a visitor.


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Portions of this newsletter may be reprinted with the written permission of Animal Connection. Several of our subscribers have used Animal Connection articles for publication in their animal association newsletters. We don’t mind at all. Just ask!

Animal Connection communicates with all species of animals. In the past we have had the pleasure of communicating with a variety of cat, dog and horse breeds, birds, prairie dogs, cougars, mountain lions, mules, snakes, vultures, guinea pigs, turtles, ferrets, donkeys, llamas, pigs, coyotes, iguanas and even sugar gliders. All animals are welcome!


                                                       News Online is your source for information about telepathic animal communication and the messages that our animals would like to share with us.  We are committed to providing the highest quality animal communication services and education in order to bridge the communication gap between people and their animal companions.


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Until next month..... Don't forget to enter our Valentine Heart Contest. Then cuddle with your animals to keep warm and see if you can see spring on the horizon!


Danielle Sender

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Subscriber Buzz!




Exciting news for Rita B’s family who is moving from Ramona, CA  to Texas. A new home has been found and now all the arrangements are being made to move 9 horses, two dogs and cockatoo. Good luck with the move and safe travels. 



We’re so pleased to hear that DJean O.’s horse Win, of Imperial Beach, CA is feeling better after having some stomach ulcer issues. So glad to hear this good news!



And congratulations to Brenda P. of Green Bay, WI on the adoption of her new Labrador puppy, Missy. How exciting!




We love to hear what’s going on with you and your animals. Just send us an email at AnimalConn@aol.com and feel free to include a picture.

Privacy Policy

It's plain and simple. We don't share our newsletter subscriber or customer lists with anyone.  We also understand that communications are private.

We ask permission from both the person and the animal to share their information, so others may learn.  We want you to feel comfortable and secure with us. 

Please contact us at AnimalConn@aol.com if you have any questions about our privacy policy.


Do you want to learn to communicate with animals?  Start by reading our how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection. Click here to order this easy to read booklet. Price is only $7.50 plus $1.50 shipping for U.S. residents and a bit of tax for you Texans. Or enter our contest at the beginning of the newsletter for your chance to win one of our booklets!  Get started now!  Your animals are waiting to hear from you.


Danielle and her dogs, Lucky and Sally
A Good Laugh!


More funny laws....


In Atlanta, it’s against the law to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole or a street lamp.

Horses in Marshalltown, Iowa, are not allowed to eat fire hydrants.

In Cumberland, Maryland, you cannot keep your chickens with you in your hotel room.

In Wilbur, Washington, it is against the law for a person to “ride an ugly horse” - the fine is $300!







A Good Laugh



A man walked into the office of an eminent psychiatrist and sat down to explain his problem.

“Doctor, I’ve got this problem. I keep hallucinating that I’m a large, white, hairy Pyrenees Mountain dog.  It’s crazy, I don’t know what to do!”

“A common canine complex,” the doctor soothingly replied. “Come over here and lie down on the couch.”

“Oh, no, doctor. I’m not allowed up on the furniture.”



Refer two new clients to us who purchase a session and you’ll receive a $5 coupon from Animal Connection which may be used to purchase any of our products or services. This is our way of saying thank you for helping our business grow!
Recommended Reading


This month’s recommendations is The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein.

This book is a little different than the ones we usually recommend as it is fiction about a family’s life from the perspective of the family dog. Very cute and a fun read.

At the time of our newsletter publishing this book was $9.74 for a paperback version and also available for the Kindle at $8.99.  Just click on the picture below to purchase.





 












And available exclusively from Animal Connection, our how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection.  Learn how to communicate with your animals using our simple, easy to understand methods. Click here to order.  And enter our contest for the chance to win this booklet.

Our site is part of the Amazon.com Associates Program and any money received through this program by your purchases through the links on our web site to Amazon.com will be donated to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, UT.
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A Quote from the Heart….

Since this is Valentine's month, I thought I would share a beautiful sentiment from a horse that I communicated with many years ago. His idea and the emotions that he shared will always stay with me because they truly do simply express how our animals view their life with their family.

So, from the heart from an abused horse who was finally in a loving home….

"The most important thing I have is a family that loves me. So many other animals do not know this feeling. It really is sad because the best feeling there is, is to be loved by a human."


Heart Contest!

Valentine's Day is coming and we're getting in the spirit with our "Heart Contest".

Count how many hearts there are in this February 2018 newsletter then complete the entry form below. We'll pick one winner at random from all the correct answers to win our booklet, Making the Animal Connection. It's an easy to read guide on learning how to communicate with animals and a great way to get started on this fun journey.

Get your entry in now! Our contest ends on February 28, 2018, midnight Central Standard Time.

Hint, hint.... be sure to look closely at all the pictures in the newsletter.


CONTEST ENTRY FORM


First Name  Last Initial

City/State or Country, if outside the U.S.

Email Address


How many hearts did you find in this newsletter?





There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face. --Ben Williams



"As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat."  --Ellen Perry Berkeley



"Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you later."
--Mary Bly



In memory of
Pooh, Joey, Samantha, Maria, Star and Joseph

Our most sincere sympathies to
Angie R., Wendy M., Larry and Padi B., Linda H., and Rita B.

on the loss of their loving companions.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the animals you had the honor of knowing and loving.


We hope you enjoy our February newsletter. Count the hearts in our newsletter and you could win one of our “how-to communicate” booklets titled, Making the Animal Connection. See the contest details below.

And as Valentine's Day approaches, don't forget to say, "I love you!" to your animals. Their love truly does make our lives special.



And now on to the newsletter which includes:
Our Heart Contest
Subscriber news
Funny animal videos and slide shows
Recommended Reading
Feature Story – Animals Visiting After Death
Some laughs and more!


please, subscribe me to your newsletter.
Customer Comments


This month, I am sharing just one “Customer Comment”. Linda M. of Los Angeles, CA shared her in depth thoughts with me after I have communicated with her deceased cat, Ricky each month for a year. As with all of us, Linda had difficulty dealing with Ricky’s death and looked to animal communication to help her. Here are Linda’s comments.


It has been a year since I lost my beloved cat, Ricky Angel, to three types of pervasive cancers. The loss caused me tremendous anxiety and emotional breakdowns. I made one of the best decisions when I connected with Danielle. We have had 12 monthly communication sessions with Rick Angel since his passing 1/13/17. These sessions brought me through my pain and mourning because each month, I talked to Ricky (through Danielle) and I had a constant update of his current whereabouts and activities in the spirit world. I always looked forward to that monthly “phone call”. I am better now because I know he wants me to move forward and is always with me in the spirit. I can finally release his ashes without falling apart as I know this is what he wants. Thank you, Danielle from the bottom of my heart. No words could describe the positive healing effect of your work in our lives.


Thank you Linda, for the kind comments about the communication sessions and my work. I pray that all my clients who have lost special animal companions can find the peace they need after their loss.



Reassurance Sessions... what they are and how they can help


Reassurance sessions can help both you and your animal through a stressful situation. Some examples are being left at home when you go on vacation, moving to a new stable, going to the kennel, having surgery, adding a new animal to household and much more. A reassurance session can prepare your animal for the changes that lie ahead as well as give you some peace of mind.

Animal Connection can share the details of the change with your animal companion and address any issues or concerns that they bring up.  We'll even provide some coping methods for you animal companion to help them get through the stressful situation.

Our customers find these sessions very helpful for their animals as well as for them, as it provides peace of mind that their animal knows what is to come as things change in their lives.

Interested in a Reassurance Session?  Just fill out an order form on our web site. Click here to access our Order Forms page and then choose the Reassurance Session. Any questions about our services ahead of placing an order? Don't hesitate to email us at AnimalConn@aol.com.

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