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Well, as soon as your Gofundme is up and running, don't be shy to send out the call for help. I am sure I speak for many readers when I say we love hearing about this intrepid little cat. She has stolen our hearts. Let us help Sparky. On another note, try some alternative healing therapy such as Reiki, which is very relaxing and need not actually touch the person/animal being worked on. I am sure Sparky would mellow out and just love it. I did a short course so I could help my German shepherd who was diagnosed with distemper while still a puppy and I was told he would never walk - the end was nigh. I could not, would not give up. Was it the Reiki, my mind power visulaisation, the extra therapy exercises or the swimming? Not sure, but somewhere along the line, something worked and he lived to a ripe old age. Yes, a bit wobbly on the hind legs, but he was never going to be a ballet dancer anyway! Think positive!
Toggle Commented Jul 14, 2014 on THE SPARKY REPORT #40 at Word Wenches
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I am devastated to read about Sparky's eyesight. All I can offer in consolation is this: animals respond very rapidly and positively to a change in their physiology. They learn quickly to re-navigate the house and of course they remember the layout and familiar routes. All their other senses become very heightened to compensate. In humans, the eye is the fastest healing part of the body, so let's hope this is true for felines. Gofundme has fantastic success stories and you'll be amazed at how generously people respond. Sending lots of love and cyber-hugs!
Toggle Commented Jul 14, 2014 on THE SPARKY REPORT #40 at Word Wenches
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This is the best Sparky Report ever. A health food fanaticat? She clearly gives her family hours of fun!
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2014 on THE SPARKY REPORT #26 at Word Wenches
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Thanks for an excellent article.
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