Thursday, October 3, 2019

2020 Rosegate's Calendar is available - Limited Print



The 2020 Rosegate Calendar is HERE! Whoever signed up, I will send you individual message with shipping info. Anyone else still can preserve their calendar. Remember we have ONLY 50!
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: 28 Pages (12 month)
Inside Ink: (4/4) Full Color Both Sides
Cover Ink: (4/4) Full Color Both Sides
Cover Paper: 80# Gloss Cover
Inside Paper: 100# Gloss Text
Cover Finish: (UV) High Gloss
Binding: Saddle-Stitched
Hole Drilling: One 5mm Drill Hole
If you have any questions, please ask.



ONLY $12.95 BUY IT NOW 





Tuesday, September 17, 2019

From HazelMoon to Rosegate

Since Judika Illes, got my first interview in 2010 about my Hawaiian Tarot deck, now after many years, Lindsey Hg asked me to have a new interview. It's been a long journey since HazelMoon the artist (me) has morphed to Rosegate. Please read her blog about it. It is a little bit too long, but at least you will learn more about Rosegate. 


Question: I recently became aware of your deck, HazelMoon’s Hawaiian Tarot. How did you come to write it in the first place? What does Hawaii mean to you?

Answer: Hawai’i has always been there in my heart. Even when I was a little girl back in Hungary where I was born and raised. It was an ultimate longing for me to live there, to smell those flowers and sit on the sand and just watch the ocean. So simple a desire but it was strong for decades and will be the rest of my life. A far away dream that one day I was able to reach. I was a restless Soul though and I moved in and out from the islands several times. When I lived in cold, snowy Ohio, I felt like painting all these tropical miniature paintings, which later on morphing into this deck. “IZ” Israel Kamakawiwoʻole was my inspiration. His voice and love of Hawaii  kept me going to paint each day.
     What did and does Hawai’i mean to me? Peace, love, healing and self realization for sure. A simple beauty that I was able to FEEL not just see with my eyes.

Question: How did you get involved with the Tarot Community? Were you a reader?

Answer: I think it was around 2012, when I joined some Tarot Community on Facebook a little bit before when Hawaii Five-0 asked me if they can use my deck in their show, in October 15, 2012. Episode 304 “Popilikia”. As an intuitive person, before Eye Productions/CBS – Honolulu, Hawai’i contacted me, I had a dream that I was happily run on water and surf. Woke up with such joy that lift me up for weeks. Most of my intuition came through my dreams. I only did some readings to myself and close friends and relatives. Nothing in a professional way. My intuition always been there since I was a little girl and I was adoring my friend’s mother who was able to read the Gypsy cards. I remember my sister and I barrow her deck and we made a copy of it, hand draw and hand coloring and all these before the computer world. I wish I knew what happened to those handmade gypsy cards.

Question: Your deck is a beautiful tribute to the natural world. Do you have a favorite place to visit? 

Answer: My all time favorite place is Kalapana, the black sand beach on the Big island and the tiny island Molokai so I cannot choose either as the one. They are both isolated, spiritual and peaceful little places that are very close to my heart. My husband and I got married at Kalapana in 2010 right in the lava enclosure we built. We planted some palm trees around it and after a few years it became a magical little space. This ‘lava ring’ is visible on satellite photos. We would go out to Kalapana whenever we felt like it and we even slept out there, watching the infinity of the universe and counting the falling stars was a very spiritual night to remember. We had the good opportunity to visit Kalaupapa on Moloka’i once and the impression the history of the place made it so rich and unforgettable for me. These experiences are now part of me and my grounding.

Question: I get the feeling that the natural world has informed your decision to shift your focus and devote yourself to senior animals. When did you notice this shift? Can you say more about the process to open your retirement facility for senior animals?

Answer: Hawai’i always reawakened in me things that lay dormant. Feelings that wanted to start talking to my mind. The love and caring for the discarded animals was one whisper deep inside that started to become audible. When people had or wanted to move off island they would sometimes come to the conclusion that dumping their pets or even euthanizing them was a solution. This knowledge was down in me and gnawing on that feeling to care for the forsaken pets. I have a little story and it starts when we had moved to a new location from Hilo to the Kau district on the Big Island and he had taken on a new client with two separate properties to maintain. Upon working at this clients up mountain cabin, he discovered an older dog there that was not one of his clients. Upon inquiring it was discovered that a sad and sordid tale of abuse and neglect was this poor aging dogs history and it is too sad to tell here. Her name was Rosie and she was abandoned on the property, alone, confused and broken from her past. The client did what he could for her but she stayed aloof. As my husband went about his work on the property, he and Rosie started to bond. This communion came home with him in tales of their days together. I could tell it was right to take Rosie in with us. For her and us and the balance of life. I kept this decision to myself as I pondered the impact it would mean to all concerned. One day i went along to meet her and she greeted me with a strange but joyful rolling dance in the dust with howls of happiness to be the object of attention.​ I loved her right then and knew she should come home with us. I waited only a day to ask of my husband would he like to bring her home? I knew he had always had dogs growing up. I already knew he would like to take in Rosie but ‘dog-napping’ was another concern so our final step was to inquire of the client. ​​He was more than happy to say yes and one day the truck pulled into our driveway, the tailgate opened and out of the dark came a shy and scared Rosie. I called her name and she was so happy. She was given a bath, dinner bowls, a pile of toys and her own bed. It all awaited her arrival. She was more pleased to be rolling in beds and lounging without care. She had become loved and awoken to her new life with an unbounded spirit. This spirit of hers grew inside her without bounds and we both were engulfed by it. She also grew outside and became a chubby old dog with a real family. We helped her to write the life story she deserved. The kind parents tell their children about in fairy tales where everyone lives happily ever after. At the age of fourteen, our poor old Rosie passed on. Years of fear and physical abuse had been internalized and had taken their toll. Years of sleeping on a soggy piece of foam outside in the high mountain air had set arthritis and joint problems in deep and though she gave us all her love, time took her physical being and freed her soul and spirit to the eternal. This is the compelling thought and emotion that has risen in our life to create a place for older dogs and cats to live out their lives in peace and comfort. We call this place today ​Rosegate. (Rosie’s Gate) She started it all and opened a brand new door/gate for us. In February 2018, we officially became Rosegate Retirement Home for Dogs and Cats as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are small and mostly fund the project ourselves with the kind assistance of some friends and small public fundraisers we come up with. A few companies have extended sponsorship to Rosegate in limited capacities too.



Question: What is a typical day like for you now? What is your favorite part of caring for older animals?

Answer: I have to start this with a smile because my day usually starts as early as three or four in the morning. The cats are always hungry and they will tell you that it is to the point of deleterious starvation… every time. They wake me up telling me to give them food, immediately! Otherwise they will continue to make noise and won’t let me sleep any longer so even attempting to fall back is pointless. One of them, Kahili, has even found out how to manipulate every object for maximum effect, such as banging the closet doors or the pictures on the wall! I have trained them to allow me at least to get my coffee doing first and that is a small reprieve. While it’s percolating, I have few minutes to sort out their breakfast, in their own bowls and little breakfast areas. (separate little spots, so they have their own happiness munching). While they eat, I can then have my coffee peacefully, being with my own thoughts and planning for the day. That is my most beautiful moment with all the world still sleeping and only the sounds of munching, the birds starting to stir, plus GiGi the old dog snores. By then Gigi the doggie has had her quick pee time outside and returned to settle in before her breakfast. She is a gentle old girl of 15 and more patient than the bossy cats. After my coffee, I check the internet for all the various communications, if any orders came to prepare for shipping and exciting new material and matters the animal community has to share with each other. That can take more time than i wish but it is all part an parcel for Rosegate. At this point we don’t have animals that need constant medical care but it has been so in the past. That will take precedence over all other matters and schedules and responsibilities get worked in around the needs of the animal in care. To cut to the quick, (pun not necessarily intended) days here at Rosegate are pretty peaceful mostly but as the home takes in more animals the circus never stops. It all depends of the pets we are care for and their personalities.
The moments in between I like to garden and keep transforming this property into a little garden paradise and we were created a 2000 sq.ft. Pollinator Garden. In the winters I focus more on art projects which help to fund Rosegate. In all honesty, that is one of my favorite part and seeing all these fur-babies happy and being content is PRICELESS. Of course a quiet vacation alone might be nice once in a while but we will get there sooner or later. Our motto is… One paw in front of the other gets us down the path. The journey is the destination.

Question: Do you have animals of your own, besides those in your care? Would you tell us a little bit about the animals that influenced your change of focus?

Answer: The only pet or animal left that was in my or our care before Rosegate was founded is Cecilia or CeeCee as she is know. She is currently 19 old or young depending on when you ask her. She was actually my first. CeeCee was only one and a half years old and she was on the waiting list for euthanasia. Healthy and young with a stunning beauty she was an aloof queen in a cage. Unfortunately it seems that was her only quality the previous owner wished for and when her double coat and claws caused concern for the situation they first declawed her then dumped her. That may explain why she has this English queen attitude and looks at you like a peasant that just smeared mud on her golden carriage. The shelter workers placed CeeCee into my arms in what I think was a desperate attempt to save her so I couldn’t say no. I am a CeeCee sucker at heart. Always I find the underdog and ‘dysfunctional’ the ones that need love more. She was scared, she was tiny and she was shy. She hide her head under my arm and almost demurely demanded I take her home and I did, the very same day. Her trauma never left her. Stubbornly skittish and always one to say poo to you she stands strong and silent and alone (but we know she is a big fluff full of love, only she does not know how to show it or accept it). As my husband was in the estate management business, she went through a lot of new homes and the animals that came with it all. We moved from place to places, from Ohio to Hawai’i, several residences in Hawaii and then finally to Minnesota. CeeCee was a real strong trooper and never complained through out the adventures. She knew I would never surrender her and so she put up with this all and through it, taught me to be focused and finally settle down. She will be our cover girl in the new 2020 Rosegate Calendar. Besides CeeCee, there also Baby Kāhili. He was a Mother’s Day gift from Tommy (my favorite orange tabby). He was born in just 60-62 days after Tommy had passed. He was a tiny Orange Ball from our local shelter. He helped me a lot on my griefing time. Many of the ones we cared for have passed on and CeeCee still stands proud and watches the ones we have now and whispers to them they are finally safe and loved. She is indomitable. They are all really our pets and since the Rosegate model is not to draw a line between them and us, facility or home, time on the clock or off, they hold no distinction except fur babies. They are not a job but family. Furry and freaky but family.



Question: What is the difference between human intuition and the intuition you observe in animals?

Answer: I have always been intuitive since early childhood. I loved observing people and their behavior. I remember when I was a kid growing up Siofok, Hungary on the shore of lake Balaton, me and my sister loved to just sit on any of the benches and just people watch. I think lot’s of people are not aware that they are also intuitive, because of their busy lifestyle. I was lucky enough to be diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis at a young age. This put limitations on my physical activity which then afforded more quiet time and self reflection. I took advantage of this and intensified my people watching. Combining these with an increase in reading and I was on a philosophic endeavor to understand the world of people more. I think this all tapped into a hidden skill. The next level of intuitivity, empathy. As time and my life progressed I found myself caring for various pets and this connected me into the uncanny natural link between animals and people. It is an undeniable connection any pet owner will notice on even a slight level.
       Then I met a skinny cat named Tommy. An Orange Tabby that was abandoned on a foreclosed property across the street from where we lived on the Big Island. He was a healthy, male cat who was sneaking over and spying on us. I think he was observing us and deciding if he could live with us. He decided yes, we would make a good family and he adopted us with the act of letting my husband pick him up and carry him on over.
     After a few years and moving back to the mainland, he got sick with cancer. A small blemish on his nose turned against him. Besides for all the veterinarian visits and modern medical avenues to go down I was desperate to find other ways to care for him.
    I join an Animal Communication Group on Facebook hoping to know what he wanted me to do. I shared Tommy’s story daily with them and some tried to communicate with him. I was kind of envious to see that they had the skill to do that but then I remembered my early childhood and that I too had made such connections. Becoming busy with my life, raising my daughter, paying bills and all the other rigmarole that I had forgotten about this gift. My husband suggested that it was getting time to put Tommy down but I was not ready nor did Tommy seem to agree. Dreams came to me that Tommy was running away from euthanasia twice, so I decided to stay with him as long as he needed. We took Tommy to the vet, they gave us an option to either euthanized or try administering a high dose of steroids. The vet said to tell them immediately if Tommy is improving or not responding the steroid treatment. He did show some signs of improvement. He was more alert with his vision and hearing and his eyes were clear and focused. He was using the scratching pole… that he had abandoned for many months and he was jumping up to my bed again. He purred a long time while I was massaging him. This improvement unlocked our connection and I felt everything that the cat felt, we were bonded even more in those times. Even physical healing at the tumor site was noticed, my husband called the vet and they were very happy to hear of his dramatic improvement. They felt that Tommy’s euthanasia (that was scheduled for the next day) could be postponed until a further time when needed. They knew from experience that without a miracle this was temporary but we had to go through this ourselves. So a few days before my hubby called to the vet, I felt an urge, a voice inside of me to save him from euthanasia. I explained this to Tommy’s animal communicator and she reached out to him again. She did another full healing session and she said that “He is actually feeling a lot better than I thought”. Everyone had been amazed and we all had hope. We had been very happy with the progress and could tell even his emotional well being was better. I then asked him how can we thank all his friends and supporters. While meditating on this he was beside me, comforting me and I fell into a sleep. In a vision of dreams I saw all these candles floating on a lake/ocean which reminded me of Hawaii and when we had been to an Obon festival, the Japanese festival of honoring the dead. Painting that image was an important step and that is how the cover of a card I later made came to be created. Upon awakening from this dream a short poem had been placed into my mind and I had to write it down. I was sure that poem was from Tommy. My first real communication with him this whole time. Then when he relapsed and drew closer to the inevitable, I was “hearing” some of his instruction. I will never forget while he was resting on the big blue chair we have in the living room, I needed to go to the bathroom badly but then I heard: “Go, you don’t need to stay here every seconds with me. I will be fine, don’t worry. YOU need to start seeing your doctor as soon as I am gone!” In all his care I was not taking account of myself and my health requirements. He was finally becoming comfortable with his condition and crossing over that he was now caring for me. As it turned out I did have a concern that was going unnoticed. An adverse reaction to one of my medicines and if it continued it would have been catastrophic. Tommy and I where so close and bonded he helped me to be more intuitive with animals again, that I was told as a child that “animals don’t talk”. He prove them wrong, yes they do talk. Just not in the audible words of humans. It is on another level inside.




Question: I understand that part of the care animals receive may include Reiki. How have you seen Reiki help an animal?

Answer: The first time I was introduced to Reiki healing it was back in 1997. I was undergoing total hip replacement and had already had the first hip surgery. After the second surgery I had the good fortune to make friends with a Reiki practitioner and he helped me with weekly sessions. My healing time was dramatically reduced and even my doctors were amazed. Now we come to the story of Tommy and his battle with cancer. Some of the animal communicators where also Reiki practitioners and specialized in therapy for animals. Several sent Reiki healing for Tommy and it seemed to work. They worked from their hearts and helped him to feel love and comfort during his time of need. They also suggested that they could infuse a blanket for Tommy. I found a yarn called Noro Kureyon. I simply love working with this yarn. It is self striping and produces an amazing effect. I knew that this was the perfect natural fiber when I started to knit his blanket. The stunning colors tastefully bled together. When Tommy’s healing blanket was done they infused the blanket with Reiki Healing Energy, Love and Lights.The blanket came out so pretty. He loved it a lot. He felt safe, warm and cozy underneath. After two years of his passing, I decided to make more little blankets like Tommy had. I wanted to call it “Tommy’s Legacy”.  The little blankets will knit exactly the same way, with the same yarns (variety colors) and they all are going to be infused with Healing Reiki.
     People are animals and besides for our minds, not much different than other animals. Why would Reiki not be applicable and help them too. We could say it is a psychosomatic effect in humans such as we want to believe it will work so it works and we are really healing ourselves. If that is the case then we have to accept that self healing through the mind is real and alternative theories and physics are also real. Baby steps to a final belief in a concept that may be hard at first to accept. Here is another way to take a middle approach. As a fur parent with a sick animal we are scared and agitated. The animals are feeling this and it affects them too. We get calmed through Reiki so in turn they feel this and follow suit. Real or not and in whichever way it works I believe it does. Those kind people have all my love and gratitude for helping us during those dark days. ‘Tommy’s Legacy’  

Question: For those readers who have senior aged dogs who can’t walk as much as they used to, do you suggest particular forms of exercise – mental and/or physical that will benefit the dogs and work better with their limitations such as arthritis or other ailments older dogs might have?

Answer: Besides some peaceful Reiki sessions, swimming is the best exercise for older dogs with pain or arthritis, even with obesity. Even just wading in water. Take them into the water up to their chest and walk around. If they have a chance to take their senior pets for a peaceful lake or pool regularly that would be beneficial. I like a soft bottomed lake. It adds some resistance and feels good on their toes. Also, don’t forget to feed your seniors with the right kind of food and not just a grain free diet. Older dogs need more nutrition. An essential fatty acid is one that must be supplied in the diet because it cannot be manufactured by the body. Although Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids are both incorporated into cell membranes, it is important to supplement with Omega 3 fatty acids to lessen the development of inflammation in your pet’s body by not activating these membranes. Many pets have health problems caused by too much inflammation in the body, so most pets benefit from supplements with higher concentrations of Omega 3 fatty acids. If your states allow (or not), give them CBD oil for ease their pain or anxiety. It’s a plant material and will help them a lot. Reduce their stress if possible. We may think ol’ flabby doggie who sleeps all the time is not stressed but just like with Reiki they will be absorbing your stress. Many people have busy lives and no longer even notice their own stress so they are oblivious to how they are also giving this to their pets. Dogs mostly are more susceptible due to their unconditional love and dependence.

Question: Is there a wait list for your facility? Are you aware of other facilities like this?

Answer:  We have no backlog or waiting list currently. Any animal that has the right temperament to fit in here will be considered. Rosegate takes in only one at a time and space out arrivals so as not to overload everyone with a constant fluctuation. Too many too soon can cause territorial attitudes and stress. I know that we sometimes use the word “facility” but I prefer “Forever Home”.  One shelter has already declined us taking in one of their dogs by stating they wish for a home. I do not think they read up on us. .
   We have young rescues too. We did intend to specialize in seniors but how can we turn our back on an animal in need. I think a name change may be in order soon to help with any confusion. We wish to provide a peaceful place, a home forever and will have to think about how to impress that in name. We do have the ability to take in another dog currently and are planning to visit high turnover shelters looking for the right candidate.
   We have been noticing a “trend” in animal rescue that is very encouraging. More senior rescues and special needs orientated rescues have been forming and though they have different operating models, they all are tending to these special animals. I think we all can make the differences, no matter if we are doing it big scale or small scale.

Question: What would you like us to know that I’ve haven’t asked regarding Rosegate Retirement Home for Dogs and Cats?

Answer: Rosegate is a small organization founded and operated by us, a Husband and Wife team. Tough we do not have a herd of dogs here, we are trying to rescue as many as we can handle. Giving them a happy, peaceful quality life. If any expansion can come to be, we will consider that at the time. Hopefully we can show a good example with the Rosegate model. Many people could do as well and it does not take much more than a little extra investment and a lot of love, time and patience. Own your property and provide a safe house and yard. Time is the real resource one must have to build off of. A few guiding rules for those who would like to form a Forever Home is just that. For the life of the animals and just because they are old does not mean they will not live for many years. This is not a hobby or fashion fade. Too many rescues have popped up that seem to be an “empty nest” replacement therapy for some people… We call them ’boutique rescues’. Bored, married ladies who have seen their kids go off in life and they now wish to have a little Ego boost. They quickly hit the walls with the dedication animal care takes. Then the financial pressure comes in and that leads us to rule number two. If you cannot afford to do this, don’t do it! You can not count on donations all the time. The other troubling aspect of these ’boutique rescues’ that has now seeped into the community at all levels is animals as consumer goods. Retail merchandise with a price tag on them. The adoption fees people are asking for are silly. They all say the same thing, they have costs and investment in the animals and they must recoup their loss. We shake our heads in disgust.     Ten years ago, people in the animal care community had one goal, to find a good home for the wayward critters. Now it seems to be secondary to the cost effective side of things. The gentrification of their goal is to have the picture perfect operation to post on social media. Always remember that the animals care not for the window dressings but for loving arms hugging them. Besides rescuing some older animals we are also created a 2000 sq.ft. Pollinator garden on our 3 acres property. If people have just a small yard they still can do that. If Rosegate can do this with limited funding then anyone can do it too. Yes, it is a hard work but you are doing something good in your life, don’t forget that.







CeeCee's Story



CeeCee is currently 19(in 2019)years old. She was actually my first cat ever. I didn't had any pets in my older age, since I traveled and moved alot.

CeeCee was only one and a half years old and she was on the waiting list for euthanasia in Henry County Humane Society, Napoleon OH. Healthy and young with a stunning beauty she was an aloof queen in a cage. Unfortunately it seems that was her only quality the previous owner wished for and when her double coat and claws caused concern for the situation they first declawed her then dumped her. That may explain why she has this English queen attitude and looks at you like a peasant that just smeared mud on her golden carriage. The shelter workers placed CeeCee into my arms in what I think was a desperate attempt to save her so I couldn’t say no. I am a CeeCee sucker at heart. Always I find the underdog and ‘dysfunctional’ the ones that need love more. She was scared, she was tiny and she was shy. She hide her head under my arm and almost demurely demanded I take her home and I did, the very same day. Her trauma never left her. Stubbornly skittish and always one to say poo to you she stands strong and silent and alone (but we know she is a big fluff full of love, only she does not know how to show it or accept it). As my husband was in the estate management business, she went through a lot of new homes and the animals that came with it all. We moved from place to places, from Ohio to Hawai’i, several residences in Hawaii and then finally to Minnesota.

CeeCee was a real strong trooper and never complained through out the adventures. She knew I would never surrender her and so she put up with this all and through it, taught me to be focused and finally settle down. She will be our cover girl in the new 2020 Rosegate Calendar.





Monday, September 16, 2019

Not sure if you know about this...



Katalin's HazelMoon's Hawaiian Tarot was the catalyst that helped Rosegate 
to start the dream and create Rosegate Retirement Home for Dogs and Cats which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization now.

The deck was self published in 2010 and now are available in a limited quantity. 
Since the original investment has been absorbed over time, 
ALL the proceeds of a sale go to supporting Rosegate.

You can Buy it Now for ONLY $20.00 plus shipping HERE and her website.





Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Rosegate has Adopted a Highway... 2018

First -Adopt a Highway Cleanup - 2018 October 17
We did it and it was fun! 2 mile section. If we can do it you ALL can do it.
A great opportunity to keep our highway clean and promote Rosegate in the same time.



Second -Adopt a Highway Cleanup - 2019 May 25
Well, it was okay, in the fist hour then the weather became hot. It was not too fun, but hey, we did it! 

CANCELED ALL THE ROADSIDE CLEANUP DUE TO MY UPCOMING MAJOR FOOT SURGERY. THANKS FOR THE OPPORTUNITY MN ADOPT A HIGHWAY PROGRAM


    Tuesday, July 2, 2019

    How Can You Help...?


    DONATE  We are always in need of quality pet foods, supplements and of course treats.  Needless to say that with a sanctuary for older pets there will be veterinary visits and well being concerns.
    VOLUNTEER work is a growing need. From Spring to Fall there is general garden work but specifically the old property has a great need for an arborist. The old trees have sustained various damage through the years and almost no care.
    GENERAL CARPENTRY OR HANDY-MAN/WOMAN assistance would be in order with repair and renovation work to the old farm house for cozy Sanctuary.
    LET'S CLEAN UP MN HIGHWAY TOGETHER - Rosegate has Adopted a Highway in 2018 and we are cleaning up a two mile section twice a year. Let us know if you would like to help . If so, please Contact us.
    PET SITTER  Sometimes we will need to go away for a few days and we do need reliable pet sitters.

    SHOP FOR A GOOD CAUSE  Please periodically check out our Facebook Shop, eBay Shop or Etsy Shop for goodies, artwork etc... another way to donate but receive something in return and art is essential to life.
    AMAZON WISH LIST Amazon Wish List, another great way to donate goods and materials.
    AMAZON SMILE  has provided another way to help generate donations. You can choose our organization for your Amazon Smile to donate a percentage of your Amazon Purchase.
    SIGN UP WITH OUR PARTNER CHEWY. After each new sign up Chewy will donate $20 for Rosegate.
    SOCIAL MEDIA as always with social media, please keep sharing our Facebook Page , Twitter, YouTube along with 'Likes', subscribes and all the other good things to raise our visibility. If you had an experience with us and would like to share you thoughts or feelings, please submit your a Review.
    NORO KUREYON YARN DONATION It seems like that my old passion is coming back. I love knitting and 2 years ago I started to knit Tommy's healing blanket. It was a yarn called Noro Kureyon Made in Japan and it was 100% wool. LOVED working with that yarn. It is self striping and has an amazing effect. It came out very pretty. He loved it a lot, kept him warm and cozy. A friend of mine infused the blanket with healing Reiki Energy. I would love to continue knitting and started an Event called: Tommy's Legacy to sell the little blankets ALL proceeds to Rosegate. Yarn Donations are Welcome!
    SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL We have some cute, funny and sad videos on YouTube, please subscribe to our channel to see some of the furbabies.


    When one door closes another opens...

    UPDATE: Ever since Rosie passed, we had our eyes on the neighbors property that has three great buildings on two acres so as to create Rosegate. We've been excited about creating something good and big for senior pets that can give home for a couple dozen dogs or so and many more cats. We saved our money, opened up some donation pages, got the 501(c)3 status and even an old friend told us that she will help us out with a big chunk of money which didn't happened either. Only the owner of that property, an old farmer who didn't seem like he cared anything about this dream. We tried to get closer by being friendly with him and see if he had any interest but he was only going to talk about farming; corn, soy and spraying said crops. Some complaining about the industry and equipment but no other topics held his considerations.

    The dream was shattered in pieces. Our big dream was gone. Well, at least the big part of it.
    Maybe he will never sell his property to us or he could live longer than us but there's no time to waste. So, we decided to stop dreaming and start doing. We saved money to install the fence on our own 3 acres of property. We are small and limited to the number of animals we can take in.

    Not only do we have to make sure that all the animals can get along
    but we also have to share our living space with them and thus, keeping our own sanity. Unfortunately we had to refuse a few potential residents due to this reason. We just can not hoard them all up in our small home.

    We are still hoping that we can inspire some people around the world. If they have some property and an extra building, then that and a desire to give senior pets a forever home, is all that is required. Big or small dreams... helping those who need it is a great feelings...........


    R.I.P Crosby - July 1st, 2019

    This morning I woke up early, fed the cats and made my coffee. Little bit later my daughter Susan sent me a message about her senior dog Crosby AKA Chuchi or Crosbutt.

    She said: "There's no more questions anymore, he's ready.
    And that's coming from me who was unsure for the last several months. He keeps whine/barking, keeps falling and can't get up and whines. I've moved downstairs now. He keeps pacing around nonstop. He's more ready than he's ever been..."

    Today, July 1st 2019 at 3:45pm Crosby was helped to cross the Rainbow Bridge. He was adopted by Susan when he was only 5 years old. He came with an issue, separation anxiety.
    Crosby had a long happy life, especially when her Mommy bought a house with a yard. They visited us often here in the countryside and he LOVED running with Rosie and GiGi.

    One year ago he started to have some health issues, with lots of water intake, his kidneys had started to deteriorate, painful joints, loss of vision/hearing and it seemed a confused constant pacing. His last day he spend with lots of peaceful time in his grassy yard waiting patiently.

    He was so tired and in pain that he was not able to walk into the vet's office so Susan had to carry him.
    Now he is free of pain. You will be missed Crosby. 
    Rest in Peace and Run Free Handsome!






    Tuesday, January 15, 2019

    Tommy's Legacy - Reiki Infused Healing Blankets



    It all started with Tommys Blanket. Our senior cat Tommy had a Squamous Cell Carcinoma on his nose. He was the best cat I ever had. An Orange Tabby. A loving Big Giant. During the time of his battle, I was searching for the perfect yarn to knit him a blanket that would keep him warm in the cold Minnesota Winter.
     
    I found a yarn called Noro Kureyon. The yarn is 26% Wool, 25% Silk, 25% Alpaca, 12% Kid Mohair and 12% Angora. Harvested in an ethical manner from farmers. All animal fibers that are used in the yarns come from certified organic farms, from international sources such as Australia, the Falkland Islands and South Africa, then hand dyed in Japan.

    I simply love working with this yarn. It is self striping and produces an amazing effect. I knew that this was the perfect fiber when I started to knit his blanket. The stunning colors tastefully bled together.

    When Tommy's healing blanket was done, a group of friends in Animal Communicator Group  infused the blanket with Reiki Healing Energy, Love and Lights. The blanket came out so pretty. He loved it a lot. He felt safe, warm and cozy underneath.



    After two years of his passing, I decided to make more little blankets like Tommy had. I wanted to call it "Tommy's Legacy".  The little blankets will knit exactly the same way, with the same yarns (variety colors) and they all are going to be infused with Reiki. The healing energies will help another pet, as it helped beautiful Tommy when this was done for him.

    All sales will benefit both Rosegate as well as the Animal Communicators Group on Facebook.

    Please note: Blankets only recommended for sick and old animals, who needs love, healings and comfort. They are not recommended for dogs that chew.

     The first Healing Blanket is for Sale
    Infused with Reiki Energy, Love and Light

                 $75.00 

















    More beautiful blanket I've made. So you can see these beautiful variety of yarns.
    Not all of them available for sale, but you can send me message if you have any interest.







    Thank you for being part of Tommy's Legacy.
    Many Blessings!
    Katalin from Rosegate Retirement Home for Dogs and Cat


    Friday, January 4, 2019

    Jeannie's connection with Tommy...

    Our Hearts are With You Tommy and Katalin . I don't usually share my private connection on a separate note, but we have all been following Tommy and we all LOVE him so much, I felt I wanted to share his message this way...I connected to Mr. Tommy, and asked if I would be intruding to connect at this time.....I got an okay from spirit.....I then felt Tommy near me...and I saw him place his paw on my cheek...and I began to cry...and I heard ...I am surrounded by amazing love and please tell my momma Kat that she is amazing...and thank her for her total devotion and compassion....He is showing me spirals of the most beautiful lights from the healers as they work with him...and as he came to stand in front of me...his BEAUTIFUL FACE!! Whole and intact...so very handsome...in his beautiful spirit body....with wings from the Angels to prove he is now an Angel boy. I got the sense that although he is sad to go from his Physical life and family...that he is deeply at peace and feeling the love and peace of his "spirit home"
    Katalin...Tommy showed me a glass vase filled with feathers...I heard he will be leaving feathers for you as a calling card that he is with you...so he says to watch for the pretty feathers momma...his gift to you.
    He wants for all of "group of animal lovers" he calls us....that he appreciates the kindness and the sharing of love so willingly and so lovingly...he is thankful....His life taught him so much...but mostly how to give and receive love....and he is so thankful.
    Katalin....He will have some very special messages for you...that he will tell personally to you when you connect to him soon.
    I thanked him for being our teacher and our friend, and told him we all LOVE him very much and pray for his family and support his family for him. I did ask him if he would be joining our special group of crossed over animal companions and he said ...yes he will always be connected to our group to help others pets and families in need...so I look forward to meeting up with this beautiful soul friend of ours as we continue our soul work to help others.

    A Mother's Day Gift from Tommy, he's name is Kāhili




    Saturday, April 8, 2017

    Tommy's Story - His long battle with Squamous Cell Carcinoma



    This Rainbow bonded us together. One of the end was on our property
    the other end was on his old property. We've met in the middle....


    Moon River
    Wider than a mile
    I'm crossing' you in style
    Some day
    Old dream maker
    You heart breaker
    Wherever you're goin'
    I'm goin' your way
    Two drifters
    Off to see the world
    There's such a lot of world
    To see
    We're after the same
    Rainbow's end
    Waitin' round the bend
    My huckleberry friend
    Moon River
    and me...


    It's very hard for me to start writing a story about Tommy. He came to my life when I most needed him, just as I wished for. At the time, we lived in Hawai'i and sometimes we saw an orange cat sneaking around our yard and watching us from a distance. I always wished for an Orange Tabby. So we decided to investigate where this cat was coming from. Across the street there was a beautiful foreclosed cabin that looked over South Point on the Big Island of Hawai'i. It was a nursery back then and Tommy grew up there. Suddenly I heard a kitty meow, but we could not see it. I meowed back and he responded right away. Finally I had a little glimpse of him and we fell in love right away. I loved his voice and cute face from the bush. We ran back to our house and bought back with us some cat food. Later on we found out that his name is Tommy and the owners had trouble taking him with them or Tommy was refuse to go. We fed Tommy 2-3 times daily. One day he decided to come to our property and see where these nice people were getting this yummy food from. From then on he stayed with us. He was such a loving cat, just like any ginger typically is. He was so skinny that who knows what he had to do to eat to survive.



    In just a few days Tommy became comfortable with our dog Rosie and our indoor cat CeeCee. He gained weight and became happy being loved again.


    Since we had Tommy, he always had something of concern with his nose. We thought that during his needed to survive, he may have gotten into some fights or just a simple scratch from birds or rodents..... The tiny wounds came and went, so we did not take it seriously.


    In 2012, we moved to the mainland and he injured his nose while he was traveling in his kennel. At this time he scraped a very deep wound but it healed again nicely.



    Two years later we started to be suspicious about the wound. He hated to go to the vet and we worried about another self inflicted wound so we held off taking him there and hoped we were not being hypochondriacs. It was a big mistake as we have come to know it now years later. When we finally relented and after exams, blood test and smear samples told it was not too bad (but actually learned years later it was already too late). We did not know then so we followed the vets advice and medicine prescription. I had also joined some social media groups earlier about Animal Communicators and Animal Reiki in an attempt to find out what is going on when his behavior first changed.

    Here some post to our friends in the group:

    June 15, 2016
    We had a big day today. Finally was able to take Tommy to the vet. His nasal problem got worse. Blood test and Cytology with stain has been done. So far not any signs of cancer. He's allergic to something and was not able to heal because when his immune system went into effect, it produced what the vet calls 'Rodent Lesion' (nothing to do with rodents) and that is common to the upper lip/nasal region. not every cat with allergies gets this, just poor Tommy's luck.. He's on medications right now.

    The young, inexperienced vet ruled-out: Squamous Cell Carcinoma in her diagnosis.
    We had been happy that Tommy had no cancer. However his poor nose had become swollen and a soar had started on his upper lip. As we did not knew any better and instead of having a second opinion, we started to administer the medicines she prescribed for him. She gave Tommy antibiotics, allergy pills and very low dose of steroid. None of these medicines helped him. We also started a holistic approach as well.

    Tommy's photo in a day of his vet's visit. He had a very obvious spot on his nose and lip.






    Our Facebook friends gave us so much support and I updated them about Tommy's condition every once in a while. They continuously gave Tommy Reiki Healing and Prayers. They gave us advice. I even knitted him a "Healing Blanket" with all natural Alpaca Yarns. Tommy's friend has charged the blanket with healing energies. I used Manuka Honey, Colloidal Silver, Cell Foods, Dragon Blood, Coconut oil, Turmeric Paste etc. Nothing seemed to helped him too long. We started to get worried and in our desperation were able to secure a small quantity of an experimental new cancer drug that has been approved for limited human trials. We had so much hope that the miraculous results others achieved would help him and cure him.



    In the beginning of giving Tommy this medicine it was promising. We had started to see new,
    healthy tissue growth and his behavior got much better.
    He loved Audrey Hepburn singing the Moon River. It was relaxing for him and was healing.




    Lucy helped him a lot to be comfortable.

    But unfortunately it was just temporary. As the wound did not seem to heal but only got bigger, while starting to spread more on his nose and now, both sides of his whisker areas, we had to accept that Tommy is not getting better. I was scared to put him down and still tried everything possible to save him. So I started buying expensive supplements; Green Micro-Algae Super food, Probiotics, Super B-complex...in desperation. Then his face developed a strange black secretion and he started balding, which at that point we knew that Tommy has dying. He had weighed 14 lbs. and then lost half and was down to only 7 lbs. He became skinny and weak. We took him to another vet... This vet recommended either to put him down or put him on high dose of steroid. I choose the high dose of steroid and we scheduled his euthanasia a week from that day.


    His whole face cleared up with high dose of steroid and with Bio-Preparation F3 which is Green Micro Algae Super food.



    Here is one of our posts to Tommy's friends on the Facebook groups:

    December 14, 2016
    Dear friends of Tommy.
    His condition is digressing. We have refrained from posting his physical appearance out of courtesy. Under these circumstances he has been to another veterinary doctor who is very pragmatic.
    She stated a Squamous Cell Carcinoma. It is very advanced and voraciously active. We have about a week to make peace with him and help him to find his own peace before the transition through the veil between our two worlds. On behalf of
    Tommy and ourselves...as and the other pets he lives with, thank you all for your love and support. It seems to have been a comfort to all concerned.
    Please consider in this potentially last week to continue the support in a way that would now encourage acceptance and peace with moving to the next realm of existence for him.
    His courage and indomitable will to fight has been a marvel and at times his way to show of love and support for his family but gently needs to be encouraged as unnecessary at this point. His spirit and energy can be used for his journey.
    Thank you with all sincerely and love.
    Blessings be upon thee and thine.


    Our friends on Facebook were very supportive and they ALL loved Tommy. They scheduled a candle lite ceremony, so to give Tommy a peaceful preparation. During the Candle Lite Ceremony, Tommy had beautiful dreams while he was resting beside me. He was running, jumping, eating, licking and made cute noises. In that time I had two dreams about Tommy that he was running away from the euthanasia. Since I was a little girl, I believed in animal communication and this was something urging me as a message to consider.

    December 20, 2016

    To all the friends of Tommy!
    Last Wednesday, we took Tommy to the vet, they gave us an option to either euthanized or try administering a high dose of steroids. I chose the steroids as a last ditch option. The vet said to tell them immediately if Tommy is improving or not responding to it. Well 5-6 days ago he showed some improvement. He is more alert tracking movement with his vision and hearing and his eyes are clear and focused. He is using the scratching pole
    ...that he had abandoned for many months and yesterday he has started jumping up to my high bed. He purred a long time while I was massaging him. The black stuff, scabs, necrotic tissue etc.. .started to come off easily from his nose area. My husband called the vet yesterday and they were very happy to hear of his dramatic improvement.
    They felt that Tommy's euthanasia (that was scheduled for tomorrow) could be postponed until a further time when needed. A few days before my hubby called to the vet, I felt an urge, a voice inside of me to save him from euthanasia. I told this to Jeannie, Tommy's animal communicator and she connected with him. She did a another full healing session and she said that "he is actually feeling a lot better than I thought".... I know it may sound like selfish love but I also had two dreams that he was running away from the euthanasia. I am still giving him supplements and increased the micro-algae (f3) as well, since it said we could in severe cases. He is also moving around more then he did in the last 6 months and is stretching his atrophied muscles. He's not in pain that I can tell and Jeannie in concurred. He is as comfortable and content as can be given the circumstances. We have put the euthanasia on hold. Please continue your love and prayers for Tommy. We believe that the Power of Love could make a differences and potentially a miracle. I and my husband would like to send a small gift to you in gratitude for your continued support. Tommy wishes it to be a something that you would consider a little treasure from him. Please send us your name and shipping address.
    I will continue to keep you updated as always on Tommy and his journey.
    Many Blessings and Happy Holidays,

    Everyone had been amazed and we all had hope. We had been very happy with the progress and could tell even his emotional well being was better. I than asked him how can we thank all his friends and supporters? While meditating on this he was beside me, comforting me and I fell into a sleep. In this vision of dreams I saw all these candles floating on a lake which reminded me of Hawai'i and when we had been to an Obon festival. The Japanese festival of honoring the dead. Painting that image was an important step and that is how the cover of a card I later made came to be created. Upon awakening from this dream a short poem had been placed into my mind and I had to write it down. I was sure that poem was from Tommy. My first real communication with him this whole time.





    Unfortunately this happiness was only last for a few weeks and then Tommy started feeling bad again and I started to see and feel that he was not willing to fight anymore. His handsome nose was nearly unrecognizable and his upper lip was disintegrating too. Every time I see a photo of him I have to cry and  blame myself that I should have taken it more seriously. Tommy was a fighter. He was my little trooper, my love and everyone loved him in the Animal Communicator group. People called him; Cosmic Cat and Wise Teacher. He changed many peoples life and touched their souls. He gave us five more weeks until finally he was ready to go home. He loved cream cheese so much and he knew how much I loved him saying the cutest nyam-nyam sounds while he enjoyed his treat. He was still trying to please me doing that on his last day.

    January 28, 2017
    Today January 28th, at 11:11 am Tommy helped to cross the Rainbow Bridge. Dr. Sara Herrlinger DVM came all the way from Minneapolis to help him to go peacefully. Tommy's long battle with cancer, is now over.. He fought hard each day to be with us for a little longer and we were treasured the extra 5 weeks we had with him. Tommy hated going to the vet so I'm glad his last moments were spent peacefully, at home, under his favorite blanket. Thank you ALL for being a part of his journey.


    I would give hundreds of rating stars to Dr. Sara Herrlinger if it were possible. Our cat Tommy had a long battle with cancer and neither of our local vets had enough compassion to come help him to pass peacefully in his home and with his family, even though one drove past our street every day to and from her work. As I became desperate searching for someone to help Tommy in his final time, my hope was fading that anyone would come out to our rural location. I did find Blue Skies P.E.H.S and felt they were the people that held compassion but the distance was again too much to ask. In a frantic state I did ask anyway. Much to my surprise and delight, Dr. Sara replied to my e-mail and said that she would be able to take the trip and visit with us. On January 28 she drove 3-4 hours to arrive here and provide care. I felt her true desire to connect and comfort Tommy, as well as help me during this time of transitioning. Tommy fought hard each day to be with us a little longer and we were treasured with an extra 5 weeks together. Tommy had no pleasure going to the vet so I am glad his last moments were spent peacefully, at home. Snug under his favorite blanket, cradled upon my lap, we shared words and thoughts. He slipped away gently and in knowing love. Dr. Sara was an amazing, loving, kind, warm hearted person and I highly recommend her to anyone who needs help with letting their beloved pet pass with dignity.
    Thank you Blue Skies Pet Euthanasia and Hospice Services



    We buried Tommy beside his friend Rosie. We called them the "Orange Balls" who came with us from Hawai'i. We rescued them and gave them a good life. They both died at the age of 14 and they both lived with us for 6 years. Now they are resting side by side as they had been in their life together with us.




           
                                                                                                 

    Nose Pad Cancer (Squamous Cell Carcinoma) in Cats is a malignant tumor of the squamous epithelial cells. In this case, it is a tumor of the nasal planum or the tissues in the nose pad.

    “At first, a skin lesion will appear to be fairly benign, looking like a little scab or maybe a small scratch, and over time it may flake off and the cat’s skin will look normal.
    But eventually — perhaps months or a year later — it will reappear.”
    Several treatment options are available for lesions that are diagnosed at an early stage,
    notes Dr. McEntee. “We can perform surgical removal of the affected portion of a cat’s nose or ears,” she says. “And multiple facial lesions that are less than approximately two millimeters deep can be treated successfully with radiation therapy. Some veterinarians use cryotherapy, which will destroy a lesion by freezing it. And in some cases, directly injecting chemotherapeutic substances into the tumor may be useful. For SCC in the mouth, a combination of surgery and radiation therapy may be successful and result in long-term control, but only if the cancer is detected at an early stage.
    However, says Dr. McEntee, when an SCC lesion is more advanced, “We may not be able to control it. We can attempt to do so with a full course of radiation, which will require more than three weeks of treatment. But even this aggressive approach isn’t likely to be successful once the tumor has progressed and has spread internally. This is why it is so important for owners to spot these lesions at an early stage, when a tumor is still very treatable.”

    Please look for any symptoms:
    • This tumor progress slowly, often starting as a superficial crust and scab
    • Decreased air through the nose (i.e.,  more mouth breathing)
    • Sneezing and reverse sneezing (i.e., sudden, involuntary inward breaths)
    • Nosebleeds (epistaxis)
    • Nasal discharge
    • Swelling of involved area, including swelling of the eye, loss of sight
    • Facial deformity
    • Excessive tears from eyes (epiphora)
    • Neurological signs (from pressure on brain) – seizure, disorientation, behavioral changes.
    Please, please dear cat's lovers, if you notice small spots on your cats nose, do not
    hesitate to take your kitty to the vet. Also please make sure that your vet is experienced and has enough compassion for animals to not put the business before patience and explore all possibilities. Listen to your gut feelings and always get a second opinion. Do not think good news is good enough and remember to please do it quick. I know now that Tommy was here in our lives and yours to teach us a lesson. He was a brave kitty and his love reached people all over the World.

    To recognize Squamous Cell Carcinoma early, you have to make sure that the surface wound did not go deeper then 2mm (millimeter). It could already too late if wound goes deeper.
    Here's Tommy's example in pictures:

    2012, Tommy scraped his nose on the gate of his traveling kennel.
    2013, The injury healed well though it aggravated the cancerous mass which began his ordeal.
    2014, This cancerous wound healed over but left a crater on his nose. You can notice the nose started to be come swollen as the cancer created changes to the bridge of the nose. It was already too late but like many of us, we  did not take it that serious. :( His behavior started to change. He was trying to tell us that something was wrong... Please be alert and save your cat!
    Squamous Cell Cancer IS Dangerous!
    Please click HERE to read more about it.

     

     

     



    Rest in Peace Sweet Tommy Boy! We ALL Love You so Much!



    "Oh no! I am so sorry to hear this. Tommy has always been a true role model of strength and determination.. never giving up. Much of that is due to your unconditional love until the very end. RIP dear Tommy.. we will never forget the lessons you have taught all of us here on earth.. and we know you will continue to do so for eternity"
    -Tasso

    "Oh Tommy, my sweet boy ! My heart is broken I know that this was coming but it's not more easy. You and I never met but it was like we were old friends, kindred souls. Through you I met a wonderful woman, your mommy ! Such love and dedication. You brought so many people together, so many were touched by you. Can I explain exactly why you are so special? Love can't be explained. You are going to a place where there is no pain and I know you have a task to do there also. But can I ask you one thing ? If you have some extra time please come and visit me ! I will NEVER forget you. LOVE you always big boy. Ah Tommy ...you must feel all that love . It's overwhelming.! Never saw THAT much LOVE . "
    -Lucie

    "Though I try to cope with loving kindest mantra, I still struggle with the reality of his passing, and that hollow space in my heart...however, each time I repeat the mantra, I feel better, for I feel his love and stay connected with him...I guess we have to learn to stay connected in different ways now, no more physical to physical...but physical to soul connection...and if we allow ourself to feel happy with the way we connect with each other in different forms now, we will be fine..."
    -Nusrat

    "Oh Katalin, I am sending so much love to you, Tommy and your family. You are an amazing woman and love conduit for your precious love, Tommy. Forever in our hearts...."
    -Allana

    "You have done more for Tommy than what most people would do for their own kids. Take peace in knowing you did all you could, and please give him my blessings from Hawaii. I am sure he knows he is loved."
    -Thomas

    "Oh, Katalin I feel so bad hearing this. I know how very hard you have tried to help Tommy, and I am sure he knows also, and he knows how very much you love him. I never knew Tommy but I felt love for him, and for you. I am so sorry that things are not turning around. Love and prayers to you and family."
    -Kris

    "You did everything for Tommy even more than some people would do for their fur babies. You researched and found things to help him and made sure he was comfortable throughout his illness. You helped him greatly."
    -Yvonne

    "He was a Master teacher for us all"
    -Nina

    "Light will someday split you open....."
    Teachings..... channeled from a Cosmic Cat called Tommy: when I received Tommy's paw print button/key chain, and Katalin's card with painting, poem and Tommy's paw prints, I felt an intense wave of pure love wash thru me. I was weeping, feeling this pure love, I felt it was a direct transmission of Divine Love, from Tommy in Spirit, delivered thru his paw print! . I felt as tho he reached his paw thru the veils and touched me with such Love. He shows me, that I too, can actually reach thru dimensions, that this incredible ability is now within my here and now capacity. when I feel in my Heart the profound calm-ness, peace, trust, and heart-full experience of divine Love, it returns with me into this world, the Love is imprinted/downloaded into my Heart and E-motional body, and expresses thru me. in this way, the 'here and now world' is expanded into the finer frequencies/dimensions of Love. What a clever, multi-dimensional Be-ing and Bringer of Light, is Tommy, he channels his messages thru you Katalin,,, and I am now initiated into this very real capacity of consciously reaching thru dimensions, omgosh,,, wow, Tommy,, you are really Rocking the Cosmos! I so look forward to more of your Cosmic Teachings, with all my love and gratitude, from" -
      Sheila


    "Our Hearts are With You Tommy and Katalin I don't usually share my private connection on a separate note, but we have all been following Tommy and we all LOVE him so much, I felt I wanted to share his message this way...I connected to Mr. Tommy, and asked if I would be intruding to connect at this time.....I got an okay from spirit.....I then felt Tommy near me...and I saw him place his paw on my cheek...and I began to cry...and I heard ...I am surrounded by amazing love and please tell my momma Kat that she is amazing...and thank her for her total devotion and compassion....He is showing me spirals of the most beautiful lights from the healers as they work with him...and as he came to stand in front of me...his BEAUTIFUL FACE!! Whole and intact...so very handsome...in his beautiful spirit body....with wings from the Angels to prove he is now an Angel boy. I got the sense that although he is sad to go from his Physical life and family...that he is deeply at peace and feeling the love and peace of his "spirit home" Katalin...Tommy showed me a glass vase filled with feathers...I heard he will be leaving feathers for you as a calling card that he is with you...so he says to watch for the pretty feathers momma...his gift to you. He wants for all of "group of animal lovers" he calls us....that he appreciates the kindness and the sharing of love so willingly and so lovingly...he is thankful....His life taught him so much...but mostly how to give and receive love....and he is so thankful. Katalin....He will have some very special messages for you...that he will tell personally to you when you connect to him soon. I thanked him for being our teacher and our friend, and told him we all LOVE him very much and pray for his family and support his family for him. I did ask him if he would be joining our special group of crossed over animal companions and he said ...yes he will always be connected to our group to help others pets and families in need...so I look forward to meeting up with this beautiful soul friend of ours as we continue our soul work to help others 
    -Jeannie




    Run Free Sweet Tommy! We love you Always!