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Re: E.T. update

A lot of us might read the word, Psychic, with a bit of scepticism, but when we have problems with our furry families, we sometimes have to look to more unconventional sources because the little ones can't always explain thier issues.

Your results were surprising, especially in light of the fact that you only provided photos.

I had a stray cat that presented similar behavior years ago; called him Buster, as I frequently had to say "Watch it, Buster", because he'd go after one of my other cats with no provocation. By himself he was a sweetheart. It got really scary one day when I had to save Orangecat from him. Buster, a full-grown 14 pounder, actually climbed me to get at OC. I presented the situation to the vet and he felt it was advisable to put Buster down because of the danger he posed to other animals.

I'm not suggesting you put ET down, just relating a similar experience. I hope you can solve his dilemma. He is neutered isn't he?

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- From: "DP" <pulis@mindspring.com>
To: "gardenchat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 12:39 PM
Subject: [CHAT] E.T. update

We've had E.T. for more than a month, and things haven't been going very well. When he gets into the house, he goes straight for Diesel, and he tries to get
at both cats through the screens when they're out on the porch.

So - I brought pictures of all the boys to an animal psychic yesterday. It was
interesting. The psychic knew that Dreyfuss (the dog) had trouble walking,
wasn't in pain, but didn't know why he couldn't walk well, and that he tired
easily from it. Dreyfuss has bad nerves in his spine (presumably
Daschund-spine related, even though he's not a purebred. ) The vet says that he's not in pain, but he has trouble coordinating his feet, and often sways
and goes down now.

The animal psychic said that E.T. was only bullying because he was frightened - that acting first was how he survived being on his own for so long. (And he is truly a battle-scarred veteran, though the pictures didn't show that). He made some suggestions about giving ET a job (garden watchdog) and giving him more time to adapt. He also said that ET was embarrassed and confused that he had no hair (though it didn't really show in the photos that he'd been shaved.

He told me that Diesel was not ill, but was stressed and needed extra
attention. That confirmed what the vet had told me last week. He also gave
suggestions about what Diesel said would make him more comfortable.

We'll see.

It was an interesting experience.


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