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This newsletter edition includes:
Being Prepared for Natural Disasters
Subscriber News
Funny animal slide shows
Feature Story –  The kindness of animals
Some laughs and more!


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July 2017 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!


From the Horse's Mouth - Feature Article
The Kindness of Animals

I’m sure all of you have had an experience with an animal where they seem to have shown a special kindness toward you.

I remember my father telling me how he’d lay on the floor with his Welsh Corgi and she would lay down next to him with her head on the front of his neck, where he had recently had surgery. Her kindness came in the form of knowing where my dad needed healing and doing the best she could to heal him.

Genevieve B. of Melbourne, Australia emailed Animal Connection about her special Welsh Black Galloway gelding named Andy. 

Genevieve said that when she was younger and had something on her mind and wanted to cry, she’d go out to Andy and lean on his shoulder. He'd often turn around and nuzzle her arm like he was saying it's ok. Or she’d just sit in the middle of his paddock and he would come over, and hang his head near hers.

When Genevieve was 3, she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis. She told me that sometimes when she was schooling Andy, she’d have to stop to either get her breath back or cough.  As Genevieve sat in the saddle, Andy would often turn around and his muzzle would be nearly touching her foot.  This was his way of comforting her, as he just left his head there, looking at her and waiting until she was ready to go on.

Sometimes our animals can actually go a step further and take on illness from their person in order to help them. I had this experience some years ago with Sylvester, my male cat. 

I was going through some very stressful times and during this period, Sylvester developed breast cancer. When I communicated with him about it he said that he was trying to take my stress away by taking the stressful energy on himself and it manifested itself as the cancer in him. Luckily, to the amazement of my vet, Sylvester remained cancer free until his death at a very old age quite a few years later.

Sylvester and I did have a serious talk, though. I told him that I learned a very good lesson from his illness, and as much as I appreciated what he did for me, he shouldn’t take on this type of burden for me because having him in ill health wasn’t good for either of us. In my heart, though, I know he made a huge sacrifice for me that cannot be described fully in the word, kindness.

Our animals are wonderful healers both physically and emotionally through their acts of kindness. Don’t forget to tell them thank you for all the little acts of kindness they provide to you.


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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!

Also, 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!

                                                       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.


We make every effort to be respectful of copyrighted information by not using it without permission. We ask that our subscribers not send us copyrighted articles and pictures to use as part of our web site. If you see something on our web site that is copyrighted, please let us know, so that it can be removed.


Until next month…. Happy Summer!

Danielle Sender


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Subscriber Buzz!




Welcome, Miss Charlie, to Jayne J.’s family in Newport Beach, CA. Miss Charlie joins many happy animals and horses that are part of Jayne’s family, including my last horse, Rascal, who has been part of Jayne’s family for about 12 years. Miss Charlie sure is a sweetie!











                     




Here is Lois, aka The Cat, who is part of Karen C.’s family in Ludlow, KY. Karen said that this is how Lois spends the dog days of summer.













Isn’t Bennie adorable? July B’s daughter Claire, was visiting her in Dickerson, MD recently and poor Bennie was so lonely at home that Animal Connection did a Reassurance Session for him to let him know Claire would be returning soon. I am sure Bennie is happy now that Claire is home and he’s back in his usual routine.















We were sorry to hear that Rocky, who is part of Lori and Dan B.’s family in Littlerock, CA fractured his toe. Rocky is such a playful, energetic dog, it’s hard to keep him down. Rocky, we hope you heal quickly.


And congratulations to Sandra M. from Edinburgh, Scotland. Check out this adorable kitten, Sacha, who is a new member of Sandra’s family.


















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.

Recommended Reading


This month’s recommended reading is Unconditional: Older Dogs, Deeper Love by Jane Sobel Klonsky.  This is a beautiful book with pictures of wonderful older dogs accompanied by heartfelt comments from their people. There are lots of puppy picture books but the older dog book is certainly a different view.

At the time of our newsletter publication, this book is $10.79 for a hardcover copy at Amazon.com. Interested in ordering?  Just click on the photo below.








































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. 

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.
Check out the Amazon.com selection of books on animal communication.













Also available from Amazon.com are gift cards. A great idea for those friends or relatives who want to choose thier own books.  Click on the link  to purchase and see all that are available

In memory of
Blackie, Sadie and Jackal

Our most sincere sympathies to
Balaji M., Tasha M. and Mikesh T.
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.

Customer Comments




From Lori W. of San Diego, CA…. You are always so wonderful about responding right away and doing the sessions quickly. I hope you know how much I appreciate you!! Thank you!!!


From Balaji S. of Chennai, India… Thank you so much, Danielle.  Your report was amazing. The accuracy of the details left me gasping. Thank you once again for giving us closure.


From Candy G. from Franktown, CO… Thanks for doing the session and timing it out so well.  We've been re-organizing the house, getting rid of stuff, and all the sorts of things you do to get ready to move. But all that activity made Jolie nervous and now she knows the reason behind it. It seems like Jolie is more content since you visited with her. I'm glad she's so happy to be with us.  And thank you for stressing the fact she is family.


From Tasha M. of Boone, NC… I just can't adequately express how much your communications with Zelda and Sadie means to me. I was absolutely blown away. I will reread your notes probably several times so that it all sinks in. I wanted to be sure I really expressed to you just how much your communicating with these guys has helped me-and it seems like it's also helped them! I feel quite grateful to have found you. You do remarkable work!


Thanks to these clients and so many others for your kind words. I love the work I do, the people I meet and most of all the wonderful animals that cross my path through my work. Your kind words mean a great deal to me. As my husband says….he doesn't think any other job gets such wonderful feedback all the time, so how could you not love your work. Thanks, everyone! You and your animals are very special to me.


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




  • This interesting slide show that shows 5 ways to tell your dogs you love them in their own language. Click here to see this interesting information,


  • And check out these 25 hipster cats. Click here to see these funny costumes and comments.


  • Check out these funny animal selfies. Click here for a laugh.


Feel free to email us with any You Tube or other video 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.


Zelda
"Your dog is your only philosopher."  --Plato


"Animals in different countries have different expressions just as
the people in different countries differ in expression."  --Gertrude Stein


"I once decided not to date a guy because he wasn't excited to meet  my dog. I mean, this was like not wanting to meet my mother."
--Bonnie Schacter, Founder of the Single Pet Owner's Society Singles Group




Be Prepared









With the recent severe weather and fires in many parts of the country,  we are reminded once again that we need to be  prepared for natural disasters. Whether you live in areas that have tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, wild fires or flooding, be prepared now for not just what you will do but also how you will handle your animals.

Many areas have classes on how to prepare for natural disasters, so you may want to check to see if there is something local that can assist you.  Also the ASPCA has disaster preparedness information on their web site for your animals. Check out http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/disaster-preparedness.

No matter what, get prepared now!


A Good Laugh

Cat Humor

Did you hear about the cat who swallowed a ball of yarn?  She had a litter of mittens.

What do you call a lion who has eaten your mother's sister?   An aunt-eater!

There were 10 cats in a boat and one jumped out. How many were left? None, because they were copycats!

Why did the cat put the letter "M" into the fridge?  Because it turns "ice" into "mice"!

What is smarter than a talking cat?   A spelling bee.
I hope that all of you are enjoying your summer. And for those of our subscribers who live in the southern hemisphere, I hope you are enjoying your winter.  Either way, I hope you and your animal family are all doing well.

Unfortunately, we had a rough start to our summer RV trip and had to turn around and come home after our first stop. My husband, Jay, who has been having hip problems was in horrible pain, so we thought it prudent to get home and get to the doctor before we went too far.  So we are home “enjoying” the hot, Texas heat and he is scheduled to have his hip replaced mid-August. Prayers and positive thoughts are appreciated.

We’d love to hear what you are up to this season, so please feel free to share your summer or winter fun with us.  You might even be included in our next newsletter.

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