kiev is a husky we got from a rescue organization and he’s been living with us for over a year and seems very happy. he joined our family of 3 cats, 1 lab named molly (about the same age) and occasionally my daughter’s husky named akira and assorted kids, friends and pets when they’re home from college. kiev seems to be very happy and thankful for his home (i can really feel the connection when i stare into his eyes). he has always been interested in escaping our fairly large yard (almost 2 acres fenced) – first he tried digging under, so we looked on the internet for ideas and put chicken wire on the bottom of the fence and stapled to the ground so he couldn’t dig under – we ended up having to put concrete blocks all around so he couldn’t pull it up, but pretty much got that under control. our current problem is that he’s learned to jump the fence (6 foot wooden fence!) we are now getting a new one installed (8 foot chain link with privacy slats) that we hope he will not be able to jump. but what i would really like is for him to understand that it’s dangerous to get out of the yard – there is a very, very busy street running along the front of the house and he could get hit. he is also dangerous to wild life (squirrels, birds, chipmunks, opossums, raccoons and sadly neighborhood cats) – he/we could get in alot of trouble if he hurt someone’s pet. we’ve had problems before when he has escaped – although he’s very friendly to people.
Then we heard back from Mom:
Everything went great! Kiev sort of blissed out while getting his session. Molly actually felt it then too – they both sortof dozed off an on for about an hour. Your report sounds exactly like them. Kiev is gonna do what he’s gonna do and do it with great joy. Molly is so loving and giving – always wanting to please. It’s great to know that their inner world that you tap into is so like i imagined from their behavior and energy. i am sortof surprised that Kiev didn’t complain about being leashed while we are having the fence worked on – he loves to run and when we could finally let him loose again, he ran forever – all we could see was a gray blur. Molly kept doing diagonals across the yard trying to catch up. I was so glad to hear that they both had so many angels and a wonderful healing. They both come often when I am working with energy – some of the cats too. I will keep in touch and let you know about Kiev’s adventures with the new fence. Thank you both so much!!