I rarely do animal communication sessions. Last night, I did one with Kevan, who prefers to use the name Don that we gave him the very first time we rescued him more than a year and a half ago. He was since called Kiro by his then adopter. Unfortunately, after more than a year of integration, the existing cat was still unable to get along with him. Hence, he returned to me. I gave him a new name Kevan, with the intention of starting off with him on a clean slate. Who knew he still preferred the initial name?
Why did I attempt to communicate with Don? Because I was worried about this boy, who tends to keep his feelings to himself due to his reserved personality.
But I was wrong. Don has moved on from the last adopter, and is willing to try what he can at his new adopter's place. In fact, Don is more concerned about his buddy Hunter than his new home. Perhaps the boys struck the same chord because they shared a similar history of abandonment.
What touched me the most is the amount of trust Don has had in me. The sensible boy never once blamed me for not visiting him often, and fully trusted the decisions I made for him. It was then I realised, in full clarity, how much our rescues depend on us. Not only for their basic needs such as food and shelter and to find a good home, but also emotion-wise. Perhaps because of us, they are willing to open their hearts and strive in a stranger's home, and eventually form a family to call their own.
@catopia.singapore, thank you so much for taking such good care of Don and my many other rescues. Your commitment for these cats is amazing, and these cats can feel your love. @kevinchiak, Don will always regard you as his big Papa who is gentle and funny. @purpleblissz, please know that you are who Don will miss the most. He enjoys watching you go on with your daily routine, and adores your cheerful and gentle demeanor. @singchorluang, Don remembers your big smiles and is thankful for your care.
Love is a force more formidable than any other. It is invisible - it cannot be seen or measured, yet it is powerful enough to transform you in a moment, and offer you more joy than any material possession could.
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