animal communication
Romeo aka Boo Boo

Most animal companions have at least one nickname; many have several.  One of my favorites was a horse whose name was Mac, which turned into Mac and Cheese, which ultimately became Noodles.  How could you not love a horse named Noodles?!

Animals love the names we give them; they are filled to the brim with our loving energy.  Just notice the feelings in your heart-center when you call your animal friend by one of their nicknames.  There is a distinctive, warm feeling which fills your chest and flows outward….filling the heart center of your favorite buddy.

It is this wonderful sense of love and affection that our animals respond to most.  The names we use are important….but it is the intent and energy behind these terms of endearment which speak louder than words.

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  1. Connie
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    My Sugar was both Sugar-babe … and Sugar-Bear in winter with her long, curly hair. I still miss her like crazy.

    Contessa is “Big Girl” and she’s taking care of me.

    And your horse search??

  2. Mary Muncil
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    Thank you for this beautiful reminder today Debra. I love it when people call me affectionate nicknames, that just seem to spontaneously come to them. Sending warm and loving Thanksgiving blessings to you.

  3. admin
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    Dear Connie and Mary,

    Thank you for your wonderful comments! Nicknames are something so very special….they come straight from the heart. Connie, the horse search continues….my equine partner awaits!

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