World… Meet Jesse….

The formal introductions of my children have to be first on this site as it is the two of them who are playing such a huge role in my life and who are going to frequent this site probably more than any other animal.

Jesse came to me just over 2 years after escaping  from her previous owner, running across a main road and straight into my office. Needless to say, it was indeed love at first sight, however, seeing how well trained she was I took it she came from a really good home. So for that weekend we set out making posters to put around and calling every vet and SPCA leaving out details.

Unfortunately – I found her “new” owners… They only had her for just under three months and I could from the start that just just wasn’t a happy girl at all…

Everyday for the next 30 days I’d be sure to call and see how she was going…. The first two weeks everything was great, but slowly I started to hear the irritating in the owner voice how she destroyed the garden, ripped up the pool creepy and cause general chaos…

Then, the week preceding the 21 March, our beautiful South African weather took a turn for the worse and the storms set in….

I remember going down to the courtyard in the middle of these storms with a picture of her and sit in the rain – connecting to her, feeling her anxiety and stress then sending her beams and beams of love and healing in the mere hope that it would give her just a little bit of comfort…

Thankfully a week later I got the much awaited call from the ‘then’ owners asking me to come fetch her as they weren’t coping…

Sadly, she came back to me nearly 30 days later completely filthy, weighing in at 18kg’s with skin problems, eye infections, ear infection and urinary infection…. I felt at that stage that she just wanted to die…..

Her recovery was quicker than anyone initially expected and she’s proven to be one of my greatest companions in life… The communication channel between us is always open and there is this stream of thoughts constantly flowing between us.

She has also become one of my greatest helpers when I communicate with animal… Always bringing  through her wisdom and clearing up just about any situation that I get stuck with…

Nearly a year down the line from adopting her – she gave me her experiences through a poem which now is a good time to share….

Nose to the Ground

Tender and cold

My soul has been sold.

Scarce is the food.

Their attitude so crude.


My body becomes weak

Please give me a meal.

My future’s so bleak

How much more must I appeal.


These wires are strong

It’s out there I belong

A life of love I feel.

How much more must I appeal.


Cold and wet are these days.

Not so long ago was I well kept.

But it all ended in a haze.

It was when she left…


My heart is strong

It’s out there that I belong,

My soul is alive

It’s for the love I must strive.


I just want their love

I just want their touch

They fear to come near me without a glove.

It’s all I ask, is that too much?


The scars… the blood…

I’m now lying in mud.

This food is not right,

It’s affecting my sight.


What have I done?

Do they know I’m still here?

The lickin’s begun

It’s all from this fear.


I must get past the steel,

I can no longer appeal.

The love is out there,

I just have to dare.


My body still weakens

But they continue to scold me.

It’s their future without me that bleakens,

I will show them, they will see.


It’s starting to slide.

I take my first stride.

It’s the love I long for.

That’s it! They will see me no more.


Follow the love – Follow the love.

The noise is unbearable – Quick! go with speed.

The love’s my protection – my glove.

It’s getting closer – no need to heed.


The fear rises.

They’re all different sizes.

Nose to the ground!

It must be found!


Sit!

Look!

Head up!

It’s found

Copyright Irvin Sammons 2008


December 6, 2010   Post Under Animal Communication

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