Kalli was just a kitten when I got her, about 6 weeks old. Her siblings were always picking on her because she was the runt of the litter, so I agreed to take her home. Throughout the years Kalli and I developed a very strong connection. I always seemed to know what she wanted and she always seemed to be there for me when I needed her. One day I remember her “letting me know” that someone had been in the house. She was meowing at me when I came through the door and I said, “what, show me”. She led me down the hall and into the kitchen where she stopped in front of the sink. I looked in the sink and there was some fish that my husbands friend had left for us. My husband used to get so upset with me because he never knew if I was talking to him or the cat, and most often I would say “the cat”.
Kalli was a beautiful Calico and had very long hair. I would take her in and get her hair cut, they called it a “lion cut”. I could always feel her embarrassment for about the first week after her cut until her hair grew out a little bit.
Kalli lived to be 18 years old. When she passed I was a basket case. I didn’t know how to help her and just sat there and held her crying uncontrollably with the vet on the phone. He was on his way from Benkelman, NE which was an hour away but he didn’t make it in time. I sensed that it wouldn’t have mattered , it was “her time”. It was after Kalli’s passing that I was drawn to energy healing and then on to animal communication. I feel that she led me to do this work so that I could help others in the future.