Compassionate Animal Communication
"We had recently adopted a rescue to add to our family and to give our current dog a playmate. Max our Shih Tzu was not happy when Mc Gruff ( pug terrier mix ) came to live with us. The boys got along well enough but Max would not join the rest of us on the sofa and Mc Gruff would intimidate Max at every opportunity and showed Michelle far more attention than me. Holli came to our rescue! After a communication session with Holli, our boys have become inseparable. We often find them sharing a pillow or cushion together and Mc Gruff started showing me more attention that very night by sleeping beside me where he does every night since. Thank you Holli!"
-- Tim & Michelle Lee
"On March 15, 2009 I called Holli, knowing in my heart that it was my Yorkie's, (Muffy- short for Apple Muffin) last day here in body. I called Holli to communicate with Muffy to be sure I was about to make the right decision, that nobody ever wants to make when it comes to our pets who always and forever, are our best friends and family. Holli was able to communicate briefly with Muffy, only because Muffy was so weak it was hard for my dear girl to communicate much. As Holli was relaying the information she was acquiring from Muffy, I knew it was time to say goodbye because her weakness told me that it was no longer fair to keep her here in body as she had struggled through right-sided heart failure for three and a half years. Most dogs that have her disease usually pass within six months. Without Holli's kindness and compassion for Muffy and myself, I would still be wondering to this day if I had made the appropriate decision. With forever gratefulness,"
-- Emily M.
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