nce of Animal Communication
My 7 cats have talked with Rosina
As a Catholic sister, I believe that humankind and animals are made to be friends. Many saints in the Catholic Church like St. Benedict, St. Francis of Assiss, St. Martin de Porres, St. Gertrude of Nivelles...etc are known as having the ability to communicate with animals. My conviction is confirmed when I personally witness how a person can communicate with animals in this 21st century.
身為一名天主教的修女，我深信人類和動物與生俱來便是朋友的關係。天主教諸位聖人如聖本篤(St. Benedict)、亞西西里的聖方濟各(St. Francis of Assiss)、 聖馬爾定(St. Martin de Porres)、 St. Gertrude of Nivelles等都俱備與動物傳心的能力。由於我親身見證了一位人士在這二十一世紀中與動物傳心，因而讓我確定了我的信念。
I am the supervisor of a Catholic school with kindergarten, primary and secondary sections and I am the principal of the primary. About the same time when I took up my leadership role in the school, there was a brutal case of animal abuse in which a cat was kicked to death. The picture of his last state always loomed in my mind. It compelled me to do something to alleviate the plight of vulnerable abandoned cats. Giving these cats a home is the most urgent task, yet in the long run, educating the young to be kind to animal is a more effective measure for promoting animal welfare.
There is enough space in the office for a cats' room. I hope to provide a warm home to as many cats as possible. I am also happy that my colleagues are cat lovers and they welcome the idea of have cats in the workplace. In early 2013, we succeeded in adopting the first cat Camby, and three months later, the second one Buddy. Both were rescued by volunteers on the street. About a few months later, Asha came to join us. She seemed to have a traumatic experience so remain very timid and shy. After half a year, the foster of Asha told me that a lovely British shorthair was abandoned because her owner was with child. The cat was in depression and refused to it. I said I would give her a home and she seemed to like our place as she immediately ate upon arrival. I named her Doxa, and I thought she could keep Asha company as the latter had a hard time going in the circle of the boys. Doxa is a very sweet cat. She has the aptitude for being a teacher cat and she is bringing much joy to both staff and students. she mixed well with the others in the first two months. However, she became more aggressive towards Asha, and often harassed her, making Asha so afraid that she dared not even came out of her bed to go to the litter pan. We could not do much except to take Doxa out of the cats' room. After a few months, Elsa, another British Shorthair, was added to the gang. She was found in a country park and she aga
in suffered from depression and would not eat in the foster's home. I took her in with the wish that she might keep Doxa company. However, Elsa did not want. She preferred to stay in the cats' room...I thought I would not take in any cat for the time being because it seemed that they could not get along as well as I have expected. However, some sisters would like to have a cat at the convent and persuaded me to look for one. It happened that two American curls were rescued from a breeding centre, but the tiny among the two was bullied by her sister. So I adopted her and she was Faith. For some reasons, we found that it was better for Faith to join the cats at school. So she joined the gang. I was glad that Asha the timid one seemed to have found a companion in Faith. However, Faith had very serious ear infection and the vet suggested removing the infected canals in both ears and Faith did had a very hard time. Life was still peaceful in the cats' room and each cat brought joy to staff and students in his/her own way.
Suddenly, the dynamics of the group changed. Buddy became aggressive towards Asha. Faith also harassed Asha and Elsa...On top of that, my first cat in the convent was diagnosed with 3rd stage chronic renal failure and so I transferred him to the office for better care... That made separating the capricious cats difficult as there are not enough rooms for different groups. It was then that I thought of seeking help of an animal communicator. I was so grateful that Rosina accepted to be the mediator.
During the communication process, just a few questions rendered me speechless. I had no doubt that Rosina could really communicate with the furry kids and made them speak their mind....So, Buddy thought I had preferential love for Asha, Faith was jealous of Elsa... Each kids had his /her demands and it took rounds of negotiation with them. Yet, situation was under control with the advice of Rosina.
The last days of Tiger, my CRF cat, were agonizing for both of us. I was grateful that Rosina shared her experience with me that gave me courage to make what I thought was the right decision. Yet, I could not help feeling a great void after Tiger was gone. Some time I doubt if Tiger would be angry with me... Finally, I had another AC with Tiger through Rosina. Her message gave me much comfort... She told me that Tiger was happy now and that he would watch over me and my other cats. That relieved me of the feelings of guilt.
I think that animal communication can help me understand my cats much better and directly. They are just like kids, each is unique and each has his/her own temperament and character. It is also amusing to know that there is intriguing relation among them and with human beings. I am grateful to have known Rosina who opens me to the wonder of the animal kingdom. Through animal communication, I have learnt that animals are wise, loving and respectable. They all participate in the divine attributes of truth, goodness and beauty.
Author: 作者：Pauline Yuen 阮嫣玲修女
Chinese Translation 中文譯文： 覃善彤