Rescued, semi-feral! Had eye surgery, now blind and missing!
A couple weeks ago I contacted Elaine in a panic requesting her help in finding my cat Benny. Benny has glaucoma. He had already recently had surgery to remove one of his eyes (it was blind and causing him pain) and he needs to have several medications administered 3 times daily in his remaining eye in order to try to preserve what vision he has left in that eye and to keep the pressure down. Ben had just come home from his vet appointment where it had been confirmed that he was maintaining his pressure but had limited vision in it. Just hours after this appointment, Benny went missing. After 24 hours I was in a panic and contacted Elaine. She was able to communicate with Benny and let me know he was thankfully still alive and trying to find his way home. She described to me where he was, and it made sense, but I live in a rural area and Ben was hiding in thick brush and where I live there is acres of thick brush for miles. We narrowed it down somewhat and searched day and night. As each hour, and then day, passed I grew increasingly more despondent. I knew that the longer Benny went without his medications the more the pressure was building in his eye and the more his eyesight would diminish. My worst fear was his being lost out there and blind.
Elaine assured me that she was working with Benny and helping to guide him home, which I took great comfort in considering how finding Benny in acres of thick brush was harder than finding a needle in a haystack. On the fifth night around 4 am I woke to get a glass of water, and I checked for Benny...and sadly returned to bed. At 5am I woke to find my Benny curled up exhausted in his "cabin" bed. Euphoria and relief, among a whole range of emotions.
We took Benny to his eye specialist to have him checked and asked about what needed to be done to preserve what eyesight he had left. The vet responded "What eyesight? He is completely and totally blind". Benny made it home through thickest, almost impenetrable brush, through a fence and back into his bed.
He owes his life to Elaine and I can't begin to describe my unending gratitude. She is truly remarkable and I thank her every single night when I go to bed with Benny curled up by my side. Thank you Elaine!
Benny has adjusted amazingly well to his blindness. In fact, it is hard to tell most of the time. All I wanted was my Benny back and Elaine did that for me. I know Benny is just as grateful to her as I am.
Again, thank you Elaine.
Benny now safe, happy and resting at home!
Carolyn and Angel - Montclair, NJ - May 12, 2015
All I can say is thank you, thank you Elaine! I contacted Elaine frantic, one of my indoor only cats got out again! Missing for three days! Last year he got out and I contacted an animal communicator who gave me very little to go on. Nothing like the way Elaine works. He only gave me areas where his energy 'had' been on the map, and communicated with him to come home. Well, we still worked very hard looking everywhere. Putting out food, etc. He did come home 3 weeks later on his own, and much thinner. This time I contacted Elaine! She not only gave me a lot of detailed visuals and locations where he was/had been. But told me where he was at that moment. So I went there; although I did not find him. This at least let me know where to place food. I was placing it in the wrong direction before. I put it in my front yard and did the Golden Cord Meditation. Elaine also did what she calls 'dreamwork' where she connects with pet overnight and guides them home. It worked! He was at my front door the next morning! I am so grateful and heartily recommend Elaine as the best with missing pets.
Emme & Lexie