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Relax Like a Cat

henry2

My cat knows how to relax. He doesn’t consider it to be a life skill- it is just life. Often people call me to communicate with their animals about a certain subject. When I communicate with my cat on a daily basis it is usually about “nothing”. I tune into him and just enjoy thinking the way he does. It is very relaxing. I am not sure I should call it “thinking”, maybe I should say I enjoy feeling the way he does. Today he was having the best moment of basking in the sun. Look at how relaxed his body got!

henrymelt

When you have a moment try being quiet and tuning into your relaxed animal friend. Try to feel how they feel. Imagine your body feeling like their body. I promise it will feel good!

You can check out my pet portraits here.

Cassie poodle

Have a wonderful day, Dawn

 

7 comments on “Relax Like a Cat

  1. Dear Dawn,
    What a beautiful observation! We have a small horse sanctuary in Florida and I have to add that I’ve seen similar carefree moments with these creatures.It reminds me of a quote from a poem about success- https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/927691-what-is-success-to-laugh-often-and-much-to-win
    “…to know that one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded!”
    Carol

  2. Thanks for your post! I always have tuned into animals and their feelings but didn’t understand that this is a form of animal communication until I started studying it over the last six months. It is extremely comforting to be able to connect with them in this way. Two of my cats, though, have PTSD, so it can be hard to connect with them sometimes because I’m pretty sure that they have flashbacks. But, I can see when this happens and help connect them to me in order to help them feel safe through it.

  3. I was just admiring your kitty boy’s pictures and your comments, and was so pleasantly surprised when I scrolled down and saw my sweet Cassie! Her picture hangs in my living room. I miss her SO much, but this picture perfectly catches her sweet spirit.

  4. This is wonderful! Thanks Dawn.

    Our little cat Cricket that you spoke with a couple weeks ago, got taken away by her owners! Not really what I would consider animal people. Did not know how old she was or if she had been spay. No microchip or a collar. And said that “I meant to put up fliers but I never got around to it “. I reluctantly let her go. And then, four days later she was back in our backyard again!

    We took her in to be spayed this morning. And I’m just waiting to see if anybody calls or if I see any posters up that say they’ve lost a cat. It’s a tough call, it goes against my values to have something/someone who belongs to another person. But it also goes against my values to put an animal in a dangerous position. This cat is crossing a 2 Lane Highway to come to my house. I’m just gonna wait… And take the next right step each day. I think she wants to be here. And I know I want her to be here.

    As always, it’s fun to hear from you and I so appreciate your undying support! ❤️❤️❤️

    Sent from my iPhone

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  5. Beautiful!🐱

    On Mon, Apr 1, 2019, 2:52 PM Dawn’s Animal Connection wrote:

    > Dawn Allen posted: ” My cat knows how to relax. He doesn’t consider it to > be a life skill- it is just life. Often people call me to communicate with > their animals about a certain subject. When I communicate with my cat on a > daily basis it is usually about “nothing”. I tune ” >

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