Orphaned Newborn Alpaca Thrives When Telepathic Communication with Him, His Deceased Mother, and the Herd Creates Optimal Solutions for Survival.

© Nedda Wittels, January 8, 2020.

Newborn Milano, baby alpaca (cria) about one day old.

As soon as I picked up the phone and heard Keiko’s voice, I knew something urgent was going on.

Star nursing her newborn son, Milano

Star nursing her newborn son, Milano

Star, mother of a newborn Alpaca, called a cria, had died within 24 hours of his birth.

Fortunately, she had been able to nurse the baby, so he did get collostrum, the milk that contains all the antibodies a new born animal needs until the immune system develops.

But now Keiko had to figure out how to keep this spunky little boy alive.

There was no other lactating female alpaca on the farm to become a mother substitute for Milano.

He would have to nurse from a bottle every 2 hours for many weeks and it would take at least 6-8 months before he no longer needed milk.

Another complication was that male baby alpacas that bond with human mother substitutes can be very aggressive to humans as they mature.  Young male alpacas naturally practice mounting their mothers, and for a teenage or adult alpaca to do that to a human would be highly dangerous to the human.

The Animal Communication session was complex.  We needed to

  • Reassure Milano that he would be loved and cared for despite his loss of Star, his mother.
  • Find a female adult alpaca in the herd willing to be a mother substitute without nursing Milano.  Dezi volunteered.
  • Calm the herd due to the sudden, unexpected death of Star, who had been part of the herd for years, and help with their grieving.
  • Ask Milano’s father, who lives on the farm with other male lamas, to assist in raising Miliano.
  • Speak to Star, now in spirit, about her unexpected passing.
  • Brainstorm with Keiko and the herd to figure out how to get Milano to nurse from bottles, but associate them with alpacas, and not bond inappropriately with humans.

When animals live in a herd situation, there is a definite herd consciousness in addition to the individual consciousness of each herd member.  Basically, everyone is telepathically connected all the time, although individuals can sometimes protect themselves from something going on that makes that individual uncomfortable.

In this session, I had to be able to speak to many individuals as individual; to the herd in general, and to the spirit of Star.

During the session we helped everyone cope with their feelings and asked various members of the herd to help out in various ways.  Then the herd was invited to brainstormed with Keiko and me on how to best care for Milano.

I asked Keiko to keep me up to date on how things developed, as any glitch in the plan could quickly cause a young cria to experience a serious setback.

In the latest update from Keiko, January 8, 2020, she wrote,

Milano and herd at 3 weeks old.

Milano at 3 weeks old with his herd of female alpaca.

Milano is now 3 weeks and 2 days old! He has doubled his birth weight and is really doing well.  He’ll need to be bottle fed during the night for more weeks, but I am very relieved.  He seems to be thriving.

During the day he is with the entire herd. At night, we put him in a smaller pen with Dezi and a few volunteers lately.   His full sister who will stay here [on our farm], Sophie, has been watching him more lately, and she looks the closest to Star (mom we lost) so every once in a while, I gasp.

Today I received this testimonial from Keiko.

Thank you so much, Nedda, for helping me navigate an emotionally intense, complex situation when we lost a mama alpaca and suddenly had a 36 hour old orphaned cria for the first time on our farm.

I couldn’t think clearly as the loss was unexpected and sudden- but I knew the focus had to be on the cria and I had no time to lose if I wanted the cria to survive. But I sure felt too emotional to do this on my own.

I was SOOOO happy and relieved when you were able to squeeze in a session for me right away. I can’t tell you how much that meant to me.  You helped me think things through and figure out how to involve the herd for best results.

Now, 3.5 weeks later- baby is thriving! We have a nice little routine going and although not the most ideal situation since we don’t have his mama..I feel because of your help and the action plan we were able to set up as soon as we did, we have been able to move forward as a family and herd and find all the blessings.

The herd has followed through with the commitments they made, although they need reminders every once in a while.  Dezi, who accepted the adult guardian alpaca role, really has stepped up in her role [as Milano’s substitute mother].

We’re still in it for the long haul since it takes 6 months for alpaca babies to wean…but I am thrilled with the results you have been able to help me get through just one session!!! Thank you and much love!!!”

Keiko Makarczyk, Taylor,  TX.
Wisteria Suri Ranch
https://wisteriasuriranch.com/

I’m so grateful that I could be of service to Keiko, Milano, and the herd.  Animal Communication proves again and again that telepathy with animals is a powerful way for humans and animals to share love and problem solve.

Defying the Odds

Veterinary Prognosis:  She Won’t Survive.

Abby before her injury.

Abby, Before Her Injury.

Ellie, one of my clients, called me about a dog named Abby who had been viciously attacked by another dog.   The attacker had ripped open Abby’s belly and intestines.  Even after major surgery, things didn’t look very good for Abby.

I was told that the veterinarian had little to no hope for Abby’s recovery.

Had Abby also heard this?  And if she had, did she accept the veterinarian’s viewpoint as written in stone?

Reconstructive surgery repaired the abdominal wall and removed damages portions of Abby’s intestines, leaving Abby very weak and septic.  The bowel contents that had poured into her belly had caused peritonitis.  Further surgery to seal any additional leaks from her gut wasn’t an option because of how sick and weak Abby had become.

Abby’s person, Briteny, took Abby home so that they could spend time together before Abby passed.

Could this situation be turned around?

First I did an Animal Communication with Abby and Briteny.  We spoke about how Abby didn’t have to accept the veterinarian’s judgment about her chances of recovery.  Then I recommended that Abby be given flower essences, such as Rescue Remedy, to help her body deal with the shock and trauma she had experienced.

Finally, I did an energy healing session for Abby.

After calling on higher guidance and receiving Abby’s permission to do the healing, the healing guides and I focused on boosting Abby’s immune system by stimulating white blood cell production and activity.

All the organs involved in this process received special attention, especially her thymus gland, her spleen, and her bone marrow.

Then the focus shifted to helping the rest of Abby’s body recover from the attack.  We released emotions that could create energetic blocks to healing, removed stagnant energies, cleansed and balanced her chakra system, and filling her up with the Divine Light and Love.

One of the healing teams repaired the etheric template for her physical body, which if damaged, can prevent a full recovery.

After the healing session, Abby slept deeply.

And then the miracle started to happen.  Abby began to improve.

Ellie wrote:

You worked with her at 5pm Thursday…according to the vet Abby wasn’t going to make it.  At 6 pm Thursday, Abby got up from her bed and started eating and drinking on her own.

On Saturday, Abby was up and playing ball in the backyard.

[Today, Wednesday,] she is still eating and drinking on her own, and fighting off that infection.

The vet cannot believe it.

I know you were with her in her darkest hours.  Thank you for being there in this emergency situation. 

Ellie

On Wednesday, Briteny wrote:

She is doing lots better. The vet cannot explain why she is still alive. She still has an infection but the vet believes it is lots better than it was. Abby has gotten a lot of her appetite back and is eating and drinking on her own. She walks around and even has gone up and down a few steps. She’s not out of the woods.

What made the difference?

Abby is a brave soul who listened carefully when I told her that she didn’t have to die just because the veterinarian was not optimistic about her situation.  In addition,

Her desire to survive, combined with the energetic healing session, gave Abby the opportunity to turn things around.

The love and attention that Briteny gave Abby also played a significant role in helping Abby recover.

When I do a healing for someone, I know that what happens isn’t up to me.  It’s entirely up to the human or animal who receives the energies.

By staying open to possibilities, I create a sacred space for miracles to happen.

Sometimes they do.

Finding Peace in Transition

May 9, 2015 by  
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Marley Prepares to Leave.

Marley and Emmie - Best Friends.

Emmie Finds Peace.

Lillie Buck first called me in 2006 about her two cats, Marley and Emmie.

Recently Lillie contacted me to thank me for the help I had given her and her felines.  She generously offered to shares her experiences with others.   These are Lillie’s own words.

I was referred to Nedda by a close friend quite a while ago when my cat, Marley, was diagnosed with kidney failure at 15.  I was, of course, devastated.  Marley was so much like a person and we shared an incredibly close bond.  I’m sure he could sense my hopelessness and I certainly could sense that he was ready to give up.

The vet ordered a regimen of subcutaneous fluids every other day at first, administered by myself and my husband, to extend his life and keep him comfortable.  He had no interest.  He fought me, and took no interest in receiving them.  He simply wanted to give up.

In desperation, I called Nedda.  She amazed me with her gift of communicating with Marley, and explained to him how much I loved him, and that the fluids would help him to feel better, and to keep him with us longer.  But only if he was willing.  It was his decision.  He was unsure at first but then relented.  He said he would give it a try.

At the same time, our other kitty, Emmie, had been crying out loudly (almost wailing) nightly in the upstairs hallway.  This had been going on for weeks, and we couldn’t figure out why, nor could we appease or comfort her.  It was bewildering.

During the course of that phone call, Emmie had a lot to say.  She proceeded to ask Nedda what was wrong with Marley.  She said she knew something was wrong with him, but was very upset because he wouldn’t tell her, or talk to her about it.  When Nedda asked him about it, he explained that he loved her very much and didn’t want to tell her that he was ill as he didn’t want to upset her.  She said it was OK, and that she forgave him for not telling her.  She understood.

Marley and Emmie.

From that day forward, Marley’s spirits lifted, and he slowly started to accept his fluid regimen.  After some time, he came into the bathroom on his own when he knew it was time to get them, and jumped up, ready and willing.  He was a happy, loving, beautiful spirit who willingly and lovingly gave us 4 more precious years, much in part to the incredible gift that Nedda bestowed upon us.

And from the day that Nedda talked to Emmie, she never cried again.  Not once.  We are forever grateful to have those beautiful spirits in our lives for as long as they were lent to us on Earth, and so very grateful to have had Nedda’s love and incredible support.

Warmly,
Lillie Buck

What I love about Animal Communication is that I was able to assist Lillie and both her cats as Marley prepared for departure.

Most of the time, we are so focused on the one who is leaving that we may not notice how difficult this is for those animals remaining behind.  Of course, Emmie was very vocal about her confusion and unhappiness, but other animal companions will react differently.

Remember:  everyone deserves to be included because they are part of the family and will have feelings about the changes that are occurring and coming down the road.

Thank you, Lillie, for sharing your beautiful story and for your kind words about my services.

Namaste,
Nedda

Jill and Sophie Find a New Friend

November 11, 2013 by  
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Animal Communication and a New Puppy:

A Heart-Warming Tale.

One of the most joyful Animal Communication sessions that I get to do with clients is to help out when selecting a new animal family member.  This is a very important decision and works out best when:

  1. Everyone in the family is ready for a new animal to come into the family.
  2. Existing animal family members are full participants in the preparation process and in the decision-making.
  3. Potential new animals are interviewed telepathically to decide if they’re a good fit.
  4. Existing animal family members and potentially new animal family members meet telepathically in advance of bringing someone new home.
  5. Everyone agrees that the new animal will be a good fit.
  6. Appropriate flower essences are used to help everyone over the rough spots.

In this true success story,

Jill Stone shares what happened

when she and her dog, Sophie,

decided to find a new puppy.

Kiki at 12 weeks.

KiKi at 12 weeks.

Nedda,

I want to tell you how thrilled Sophie and I are with our new family member KiKi.  (You know her as Katie.)

As you know, I was devastated at the passing of Sydney.  It was so hard to let her go.  Your communication sessions with the three of us both before and after her passing brought some peace to an otherwise unbearable situation.  

 

Sophie

Sophie

Sophie was lost at first, but then seemed to be adjusting to being an only dog.   We would play in the evenings, but it got to where she really wasn’t all that interested.  She would just lie there with her head on a toy and look at me.  I tried play dates, but that didn’t work so well.  Sophie was showing signs of depression.

We had a session with you and  I found out that Sophie was feeling overwhelmed with all of her new responsibilities.  Not only did she have full responsibility for taking care of me, but now she was also responsible for protecting the house and yard and everything else that Sydney use to do.  She wasn’t prepared to handle all of this, she was feeling inadequate.   Plus she was lonely all day home alone.  Your common sense approach helped us work through this together.

The games continue.

The games continue.

During our discussions, we also decided to get a puppy!  My heart had closed up and I was ok with just one dog, but my heart started expanding again with the intent of bringing new life/love into our lives.  Sophie was excited yet unsure of how to be a big sister.  You helped her understand that she didn’t have to have all the answers right away, that she would learn and grow into the older sister role  as it progressed.  You also explained her role as a teacher and her responsibilities as my helper.  Sophie was getting a playmate and companion!

Your help in selecting the right puppy for us was invaluable!  I’m so relieved that we were able to eliminate from the running: the puppy that was looking for a family with children and had no interest in us; the puppy that had a great personality, but sounded like she would be quite a handful and who thought she would be bored with our lifestyle;  the two puppies that Sophie just didn’t like for different reasons.

That narrowed the selection down to two possibilities.  Following your instructions to ask my I Am Presence and to use my pendulum with pictures of the puppies, I choose KiKi.

Playtime.

Playtime.

What a wonderful decision that was!  KiKi is the best possible puppy for us. She has brought so much laughter and joy into our home.  Sophie is a different dog.  She is happy and playful.  She even wakes up KiKi to get her to play more.  KiKi has a special energy about her, calming yet energizing all at the same time. Watching them run around playing, I can feel my heart open and expand.

The use of the flower essences you recommended has made the transition period run smoothly. There have been no problems with bonding, jealousy or fitting together as a family unit.  

 So Thank You! from all of us,

Jill, Sophie, and KiKi

Fiona – Up, Up, and Away!

October 10, 2012 by  
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A Missing Cat Is Found

September, 2012

Fiona

Fiona is  a female calico cat who shares Elaine M.’s life with Clio, a female dog.

Clio

One day, through an unusual set of events, Fiona got out of Elaine’s apartment on the third and top floor of their building in Peekskill, New York.

The skylight in their apartment would not close properly and had no screen.  Even though Elaine thought she had shut the skylight snugly, somehow it opened again after she left for work.  Fiona’s cat tree was beneath the skylight in a spot that Elaine thought was perfectly safe for her feline friend.   Fiona took this opportunity to climb a little higher than usual getting onto the roof through the Skylight.

To her horror, Fiona discovered that her claws had no traction on the slippery slate roof tiles.  Despite her best efforts, she slid off and fell all the way to the ground.

It’s been found that when cats fall a long distance, their chances of landing uninjured are actually better than when they fall a shorter distance.  So I was optimistic when I began my telepathic conversation with Fiona that she had survived her fall.

Elaine, Fiona, and I had a very positive conversation during our session.  Fiona was mostly scared and confused, as she wanted to get back into the building the way she had exited.  I persuaded Fiona that she should definitely stay on the ground and find a safe place to “hang out” until Elaine and all their friends and neighbors who were helping search for her were able to find her.

I helped Elaine and Fiona make the gold cord connection and taught them both how to use it to energetically bring them back together.  I explained some other techniques as well so that both Elaine and Fiona ended the session feeling very optimistic.

Two days later, Elaine emailed this update:

Hi, Nedda,

I have great news, my baby is back home with me. I put out her kennel and cat litter as suggested, but that didn’t do the trick.

While I was walking my dog Clio, she went crazy when we walked by our building’s gym, trying to get in through a missing pane. We’ve walked by the same spot several times, but she never paid any attention to it.

Later that afternoon I was able to get into the gym which has been converted to an extremely messy storage facility (I’d been in there 2 previous times looking for her with no luck).  But this time, I stood in the middle of this huge room, closed my eyes and pictured the golden chord between me and Fiona that you showed us. Within a minute I had this strong feeling that she was looking at me, so I opened my eyes, turned towards the direction that I felt her, and there she was laying on top of a couch that was on its side. I immediately began crying tears of joy and called my neighbors to help me. It wasn’t easy getting her as she ran off as soon as they came in, but eventually I caught her trying to run up some stairs.

 My baby is now safe at home, I have her locked in her kennel for her well being right now as we’re going to the vet first thing in the morning. She’s in very good spirits and has calmed down a lot since I brought her home. Just a few minutes ago she was rubbing against my hand through the cage and purring. I have my baby back now, I can finally sleep, and I couldn’t be happier. I owe it all to you and Clio for helping keep calm and focused.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Elaine M., Peekskill, New York

That same day came an update about the visit to the vet.

Hi Nedda,

A quick update, we just got back from the vet and groomers, she is perfectly healthy aside from a cut on her neck. When Fiona jumped out of her carrier, Clio went absolutely crazy and just wanted to play and play and play with her. My babies are back, and I’m so happy. 

Thank you again,

Elaine M., Peekskill, New York

Fiona and Clio reunited

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