SIGNS FROM A NEIGHBOR'S SPIRIT- One of the women, I'll call her Mary, had a tiny peach colored teacup poodle in her arms who couldn't cuddle enough. Mary said that the dog belonged to her late neighbor Connie. Connie knew that her time was coming and told Mary that she just wants to make sure her poodle is safe in a good home. Mary said if none of Connie's children would adopt the dog, she would take the dog. Connie worked around that by placing a note-turned-last-will on her kitchen table before she went to the hospital for the first time, stating "My neighbor Mary is adopting my dog." So it was.
|Ann and Kosmo greet a Weimaraner fan|
NEIGHBOR'S SPIRIT INFLUENCES A WIN - The other woman (I'll call Betty) who was there with Mary didn't have a dog. But Betty noted that all of Connie's (the late neighbor) feral cats had come into her yard when Connie passed (and there was no food outside anymore) looking for food. Betty said she began to feed them and there were several. Just before she came to the Pet Expo, she was trying to figure out how she would afford cat food for many feral cats! THAT'S WHEN CONNIE'S SPIRIT STEPPED IN - Spirits have a way of influencing us to do things for our
|Feeding feral cats|
So, I asked what happened. Betty said "We won $1,000.00 worth of cat food, can you believe it?"
Yup. THAT'S EXACTLY how spirits work. Connie's spirit pushed Mary and Betty to the expo knowing that Mary needed to know about influencing spirits and the grief the little dog was showing was real. Betty needed to be able to afford to feed Connie's feral cats and now she can.
BOTTOM LINE: Next time you think people (or pets) on the other side can't influence you for the better, they can.