Mary was our twelve and a half year old cat, and she had been sick for about a month. She had had so many tests done, but the doctors still couldn’t find out what was wrong with her. On our last visit to the vet, we were referred to a specialist in Toronto, in hopes of, finally, getting a diagnosis. During this time, we also had a Reiki healer working on Mary, but it was long distance, and it didn’t seem to be working. All we knew was that Mary was getting worse! We felt hopeless! So, we decided to look for a Reiki healer, who could come to our house. Cindy was the only one who called us back, and she was able to come the very next day!

When Cindy came over, we were comfortable with her right away! She took her time to work with Mary. Then, she asked us if we wanted to know the truth. Of course we did! So, she went on to tell us that she felt cancer, as soon as she walked through the door. She also felt that it started in her bones and it had spread throughout the rest of her body. When we asked Cindy if we had to put Mary down, she told us that we would know what to do on Monday, but that she would not make it to the specialist appointment on Wednesday. We were really taken aback, because we knew Mary was getting worse, but we were not expecting her to die. We really thought that whatever was wrong with her could be fixed.

The next day, we started to doubt Cindy. Since we had only met her once, we decided to take what she said with a grain of salt. But that Sunday night, Mary stopped eating and took a turn for the worse. We knew right then and there that Cindy was right! Because we knew what was going on, we had just enough time to change our schedules, so that we could spend the last precious hours with Mary. We were so grateful!

Our experience with Cindy was amazing! She really helped us through a difficult time by giving us answers, when no one else could. We highly recommend that anyone who has a pet, to include Reiki as a part of your pet’s regular health check-up.

Carrie, Steph and Dan

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