Animal Connection News Online

January 2019

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​​Welcome to Animal Connection News Online, your online source for information about animal communication and the messages our animals want to share with us.
 
Happy New Year y’all, as we say here in Texas. We hope you’ve had a great start to 2019 already and have wonderful memories of the recent holidays. And to start off the year we have some winners to announce from our 2018 photo contest so be sure to check this out. Also welcome to our new newsletter subscribers who joined us when they voted in our contest.
 
With the start of the New Year, I’d also like to thank all of you for your wonderful support and help in passing along the word about how special our animals are. Whether you are a breeder, foster home, a rescuer or a person who has made a loving home for an animal, you are doing wonderful work for the animals. Animal communication is something that has been part of my life for many, many years and I feel blessed to be able to share with you the messages that our animals want to share with us.
 
From our family to yours, we wish you and your human and animal family all the best for this coming year.
  
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Now for this month's newsletter
   
And the winner is…..
Subscriber news
Funny animal videos and slide shows
Feature Story –  Can You Communicate? Yes!
Some laughs and more!
  
  

               And the Winner is.....
  
  
Well, this year’s contest was as fun as ever based upon all the great comments we received like these….

  • This was so hard to choose!!  Diane M. , West End, NC  

  • As a groomer for 36 years I know how hard it is for some pups to sit with clothes on. Hans and his friends are thoroughly enjoying it. Beautiful to see. Tracee S., Olympia, WA  

  • They are all so precious gifts to our lives! Everyone is a winner! Linda S., Medina, OH 

  • Love them all. Tough choice. Gloria C., Paradise, CA 

  • What beautiful pictures everyone sent. It was very difficult to pick just one. They are all so precious. Heidi P., Laquinta, CA  

  • This year I had the hardest time choosing because they are all so darn cute. Please let me vote for more than one next year!  Marie W., Thurmont, MD  

Well, I think we can all agree that it was difficult to choose the best picture as they were all so cute!  Thanks everyone for your comments.

Well, I love doing this contest as much as everyone seems to enjoy it. A special thanks to all of you who took the time to take those cute pictures and enter them in the contest. And thanks to the voters too.

So it's time to announce the winners. It was a tight race but the winning photo is NoahMary H. of Paradise, CA wins a free Standard Communication Session from Animal Connection for her entry.  

We also had great voter turnout for the contest. In fact, this year we had voters from all over the United States plus Norway, Canada, Israel. Wow! We do seem to have animal lovers all over this planet.

One voter was chosen at random from all the voters to win a free Standard Communication Session. Congratulations to Sara C. from Placentia, CA.

Again, many, many thanks to all of you who submitted photos and all of you who voted. And a special welcome to our new newsletter subscribers who joined us a result of the contest.

What a fun way to start the holiday season and we couldn’t have done it without all of you.

Now… start taking those photos to enter into next year’s contest!  

And if you want to see the photos again, just click here.   
  
  

Noah, our 2018 photo contest winner!
Subscriber Buzz


  
        Jenn H. of Pittsburgh, PA was fostering an adorable kitten, Munchkin. And what wonderful news that Munchkin is now in her forever home with Jenn’s sister. Congrats to all!


       Congratulations to Nancy L. and her family in Albuquerque, NM on their new puppy, Sandy, who joined the family right after Christmas.


       We are sorry to hear that Bentley was in the hospital. He is part of Shannon D.’s family in Magnolia, TX. Feel better soon, Bentley!


       Congratulations to Sally P. of Golden, CO on the new addition to her family, a cat named Ethel. Congratulations Ethel on finding a wonderful new family and home.
                
  

We love to hear what’s going on with you and your animals. Just send us an email at 
[email protected] and feel free to include pictures.

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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  [email protected] if you have any questions about our privacy policy.

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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.  Your animals are waiting to hear from you.

Want to Learn to Communicate?

Danielle with her dogs, Lucky and Sally
  
Curious????


Are you interested in finding out the answers to the questions you've always wanted to ask your animal companion?

Let Animal Connection help you. Just click on the Services tab at the top of the page to find out what we offer. Most people start with a Standard Session which is only $45.

  

  
“As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.”  ~ Ellen Perry Berkely


“Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.” ~ Mary Bly


“Animals are such agreeable friends – they ask no question; they pass no criticisms.” ~ George Elliot
  
 

Helpful Hints


Here are a couple helpful hints for winter…..

Cats sometimes curl up inside cars near the engines to keep warm. Remember to bang on the hood of your car before starting it to wake up any sleeping cats.








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Dogs can suffer from frostbite. After bathing your dog in the winter, remember to make sure your pet is completely dry before you take him outside.
  
  

In memory of
  
Molly, Buddy and Sandi
  
Our most sincere sympathies to
  
Richard L.
  on the loss of his loving companions.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the animals you had the honor of knowing and loving.


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


  
Check out this video about the animal sanctuary, Cat House on the Kings, where over 700 cats live in harmony on 12 acres!  What a fabulous endeavor!
 

 
If you haven’t seen this, you are in for a treat. It’s a beautiful video of the bald eagle, Challenger, flying free. What a beautiful symbol of the United States and what great work he is doing! Check it out.
 


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.
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Ways to sneak another horse home, and get it past your husband:


Throw a $100 bill behind the couch. Yell "Fetch!!" While family members are fighting it out you can sneak anything (up to and including a troop of Marines) up the drive, past the house, and into the pasture.

Blame El Nino: The new horse washed in at high tide!

Wait for Halloween. Dress the new horse in a bad horse costume and march him right into the barn.

Swear it's your best friend's new horse, come to stay until she breaks the news to her husband. Meanwhile she can be saying the same thing to HER husband.

Have UPS deliver the horse. Tell your husband they have the wrong address.

Sneak the horse in at midnight. Return to the house wearing only a trench coat and skimpy negligee. - you guess from there

Don't buy another horse. Join the foreign exchange program: you feed, house and culturally broaden the horizon of a young foreign-born horse for 2 years. (Of course you have to mail the neighbor's elderly Shetland pony off to Europe in exchange).

" This horse isn't ours dear. He said he's on a scavenger hunt and has to find 2 suckers with a checkbook.”
  


                                                     From the Horse's Mouth - Feature Article
                                                                 Can You Communicage? Yes!

  
  
​I am often asked by people what special abilities I possess that allow me to communicate with animals. My answer is a simple one.  I don’t believe that I am unique in my abilities.  In fact, I believe everyone can communicate with animals.  However, what I do have that others may not possess, is a framework for knowing how to communicate and then most importantly, the willingness to practice my skills.

Communicating telepathically with animals is something that all of us can do.  In fact, most of us did this very naturally as children.  As we get older, we realize that our society doesn’t accept telepathic communication as the norm.  So as we grow into our teens when peer acceptance is so important, we become cluttered with our daily responsibilities and we move even further out of touch with this childhood animal connection.

But as adults, there is still hope.  You can unearth these skills again.  Communicating with animals is an ability we all have, but one that may need to be enhanced or practiced in order for us to use the skills effectively again.  After all, if you haven’t ridden a bicycle in years and then get on one again, you feel a bit shaky and a bit unsure.  With a bit of practice and familiarity, you’re almost as good as you were as an 8 year old….well, okay, maybe not quite as limber, but you get my point.

Things aren’t much different in the world of animal communication.  It’s just a matter of bringing back to the surface those long forgotten skills that you once took for granted and in many cases didn’t even recognize.

Easier said than done, you say?  Well, in some cases, you’re right. But here are three key points that I believe are helpful.

The first is having a framework of ideas about what communicating with animals means.  In a nutshell, it means understanding how people who can communicate do their work.  Did you know that communicators use all their senses to interpret animal thoughts?  The communicator may see a picture in her mind’s eye or hear a conversation which is something like what you hear when you read to yourself.  Or you may receive the information by feeling the emotions of the animal or even through smell or taste.  So perhaps you’ve received a communication and you just didn’t recognize it for what it was.  You didn’t have the framework.

The second is the ability to revive the uncluttered childhood mind to allow you to receive the communication. As an adult, we have many thoughts going on at the same time.  What room is there for an animal to squeeze their thoughts in?  The key here is to be able to quiet your mind and only think of the animal.

And finally, there’s the questioning.  What we once took for granted (Super Heroes, the Easter Bunny, communicating with animals) our adult mind questions and reasons away.  However, each of you reading this article has a huge advantage over others.  On some level, you do believe or want to believe in animal communication or you wouldn’t be here.  You’ve passed a big hurdle.

Most of you at some time in your life have probably communicated with an animal.  It may only have been a glimmer of information or brief feeling you received. My hope is to help you recognize those moments for what they are. They feel wonderful. And the closer we can all feel with the animals in the world, the better all our lives will be.

And for those of you who want more than the occasional glimmer and want to formally communicate with your animals….yes, you really can.

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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!​​
  
Are you interested in learning how to communicate with animals?

A good way to start is by reading about animal communication. And Animal Connection can help you with our how-to communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection, that is now in its 8th printing and ready for sale.  

This booklet will give you insights into the many ways that animal thoughts can be shared between you and your animals, along with examples that will help you understand how you may sense these new experiences.

Our booklet is an easy, quick read and also includes a relaxation meditation message to help you calm and clear your mind, which is the first step in communicating.

Order by January 31, 2019 and pricing will remain at the pre new release price of $7.50. Shipping is $1.50 and there is a bit of tax for you Texans.

Get started communicating. Your animals will thank you!
  

EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW IN LIFE I LEARNED FROM MY CAT

Life is hard, then you nap.

Curiosity never killed anything except maybe a few hours.

When in doubt, cop an attitude.

Variety is the spice of life: one day ignore people, the next day annoy them.

Climb your way to the top--that's why drapes are there.

Never sleep alone when you can sleep on someone's face.

Find your place in the sun--especially if it happens to be on that nice pile of warm, clean laundry.

Make your mark in the world--or at least spray in each corner.

When eating out think nothing of sending back your meal twenty or thirty times.

If you're not receiving enough attention, try knocking over several expensive antique lamps.

 Always give generously--a small bird or rodent left on the bed tells them, "I care."

When you go out into the world, remember: being placed on a pedestal is a right, not a privilege.
  
  
  
  
“When I play with a cat, who knows if I am not a pastime to her more than she is to me.”  ~ Montaigne (1533-1592)


“My husband said it was him or the cat….. I miss him sometimes.”  ~ Anonymous


“For me a house or an apartment becomes a home when you add one set of fourlegs, a happy tail and that indescribable measure of love we call a dog.”
 ~ Roger Caras
   
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 (you may need to Google the last one!)

All animals are welcomed!

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.
Gunner and Roxy
Customer Comments

   
  
From Mary H. of Paradise, CA ...Thank you so much for spending time with my animals. You will find this very interesting...I went to see Noah on Sunday.  Much of the dull, sad look was gone He looked at least a hand higher!  As I started in to see him, your email popped up.  I think you must have just finished communicating with him! He has been acting much more like his usual self, so I thank you. It will take us all a long time to heal.  I thank you for your part in this process.

 
From Hope D. of  Bolton Landing, NY…. I can't thank you enough. Although the three of us cried our eyes out, you also made us smile for the first time since we lost Garfield. I didn't think Teresa would ever feel like herself again. She has just been so devastated. You did something me or her brother couldn't do. You put a smile on her face. You described our precious Garfield to a tee. Just like with Pucker, you have brought some healing to my family. Teresa just keeps reading it over and over. The tears flow then she smiles. Thank you so much.

 
From Susan B. of Fairport, NY… Dear Danielle, I wanted to tell you how moved and surprised I was when I read the newsletter article From the Heart about Lucy.  It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you so much for your kind words and condolences.  


From Christa M. of Holly, MI…. Danielle, as an "old" subscriber, I want to tell you that I adore the new layout of the newsletter and the website.  It's so clean and professional looking! 

  
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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 purpose  and also  animal souls. Both make for some interesting reading!

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Until next month......  Wishing you a wonderful start to 2019.

Danielle Sender​​