Liz has visited and communicated with many of my cats over the years and accurately told me what was going on in their and my life. In Feburary 2008 when my little calical female was in the end stages of kidney disease, Liz visited with her and it was a great comfort to be told that Minnie Marie was ready to go. She was 17 years old and had been such a wonderful friend. It was very difficult for me to have her put down, but I really felt it was her wish not to suffer any longer. Why does that tug your heart and make you question your decision to let a loved one go?
At the same time Minnie told Liz that there was “something” going on in my chest that she was very worried about and that the other cats knew it was there too. I was feeling fine, but several months later I was diagnosed with a very aggressive uterine cancer. Should I have gone to my doctor and requested a CAT scan? Thinking back, I don’t think it would have been one bit ridiculous to have done that. I still have the email Liz sent to me after talking with my cats and I read it frequently. Eighteen months later my beloved Spike Michael died and it was such a comfort to know that Liz found them together again – young, vibrant and busy playing.
It was fun to have Liz talk to my two new kittens, marmalade Munch and Bella Blue. She said she loves the sound of their little voices.
Everything Liz tells me about my pets and the pets of my friends has been spot on! Thanks Liz!
I know that my furry friends are waiting there for me and that someday I will meet them again and then we will all be together. Bless you Liz for letting me know that.