I attended the Meow MeetUp Chicago recently, in Rosemont, Illinois. My previous post about the trip was: Postcards From Rosemont: Pft-pfft!
|How cool is this!|
There is an instruction book.
I've wanted to learn to read tarot for years!
|Yep, it's a scarf!|
Multi-colored cats...oh YEAH!
I purchased a 40-minute session with
Linda Roberts, Animal Communicator from
Here is what she told me:
Being separated from Da Boyz is great, and she wouldn't mind a bit more human contact.
She asked for more attention to her hairball issues.
Angel is fine with Chuck's death; his spirit visits her.
His soul is at peace, and he wants me to let go of my guilty feelings from his passing.
He isn't particularly impressed with Da Boyz, since they have no manners.
He's visited several times, usually in our dreams.
Are happy to be in the house, and they LURV their favorite wand toys!
Manny likes the ribbon; CB the Neko Flies bug.
They are unafraid of The 'O' Cats; just curious about them.
He loves me, but wants to be wild; he does NOT want to come inside...ever.
Linda told me that Angel and Chuck knew they were our 'starter' cats, and that they volunteered to join the family as teachers and guides through the tough times ahead, such as my multiple job losses and the death of my father.
Da Boyz are our 'fun' cats; they are here to teach us to play and enjoy life.
Dr. Lori Coughlin, cat veterinarian at The Cat Practice in Oak Park, Illinois, was a speaker at Meow Meetup Chicago, and she kindly answered my questions about Chuck's euthanasia. She assured me that his passing was peaceful for him, despite how things seemed. She explained the entire scientific process.
Linda had told me earlier that Chuck was at peace, and that his death was quiet, however Dr. Lori's words allowed me to release the dark nugget of pain that I held in my heart.
A priceless 'purchase'