From the Desk of Linda Tellington-Jones

Posts tagged ‘Cats’

Padme and Leia’s First TTouch Experience: A Tellington TTouch® Certification Case Study

I had lovely feedback about my piece on “Miracles” in my New Years/Christmas letter and I’ve been thinking a lot about the subject ever since. We see so many seeming-miracles in the TTouch with all species. A requirement of the Tellington TTouch® certification training for Companion Animals is to write up case studies on dogs and kitties and sometimes bunnies, depending upon the future focus of the student. Here is a typical case study about two kitties by Corinne Cevaer-Corey after her 2nd week-long training.
Although most of us who work with cats find that they develop a level of trust that just seems impossible in such a short time, nevertheless, it so often seems like a miracle.
Even though I  have been doing this work and teaching it and seeing such changes for more than 25 years, it is just as thrilling and I am just as grateful as I was the first time – perhaps even more so, for the fact that I feel so blessed each time.
Thank you, Corinne, for sharing these stories of the kitty at Best Friends in Utah, and your Padme and Leia.

(more…)

Cats Are Trainable–And That's Not A Punchline!

I just found this wonderful article about a kitten kindergarten class at the Houston SPCA that teaches felines how to work — or at least learn tricks — for their food.

photo courtesy Pat Sullivan | AP

(more…)

Cats Are Trainable–And That’s Not A Punchline!

I just found this wonderful article about a kitten kindergarten class at the Houston SPCA that teaches felines how to work — or at least learn tricks — for their food.

photo courtesy Pat Sullivan | AP

(more…)

From Cat Fancy Magazine: The Cats of Pollsmoor Prison by Sandy Robins

This is a heart warming article by Sandy Robins* in CatFancy Magazine that really reveals how animals can be ambassadors for kindness and love if given the necessary assistance. In this case, Rita Brock, a South African lady who would not accept the word “no,” gave the assistance needed to bring feline animal ambassadors to a maximum secirity prison, where they helped to soften the hearts and minds of prisoners.

I am presenting this article here with Sandy’s permission.

imageaspx

(more…)

Tag Cloud