How aware are we, when we bring our new family members home, that every moment of every day, in everything we do with our pets, we are teaching them? What behaviors are we likely to encourage if we’re not paying attention?
“Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else” – Leonardo DaVinci
All of us here at “Starling’s Nest” (aka the Nastasi household) wish you and your loved ones a warm and wonderful Christmas season and a happy, healthy, prosperous 2017.
We live in a world apart from nature in so many ways. We work at our desks, surrounded by possessions. For weeks on end the only connection to the natural world we experience is through a window. Time has marched on, leaving the human race behind.
Although I have been unable to take on missing pet cases for many years, due to health limitations, my heart still breaks for every person who is searching for an animal companion, and for every animal who cannot find their way back home.
I hope the following tips and suggestions … both from an energy standpoint, and physical one … are helpful to those in such painful situations.
Do note that these suggestions assume the missing pet is a dog or cat. Other pets, especially birds, are unique situations and far more difficult. One caution there: please, please, please don’t bring your bird outside unless in a very securely closed cage.