As time goes by, Oreo becomes more and more himself. It's been over a month now since the last seizure (October 4th) and when he began the Phenobarbital. Since then, Oreo has come a long way. I had the meeting with the Animal Communication Specialist this week. It was very interesting and very informative. Although some may not believe that humans can be sensitive enough to actually communicate with animals, I believe some of us can. Some of the things she said really made a lot of sense and I was very grateful to have taken the appointment. She explained that all animals are sensitive, but some can be much more sensitive than others. Not sensitive in the way of emotions but sensitive as far as electrical energy emitted by devices and Wifi. This type of radiation is known as EMF radiation and there is quite a lot of substantial documentation about it online.
The more we dove into what happened to Oreo and took a look at his surroundings, the more her theory made sense to me. As a freelancer and online worker, my home is full of technology. There are either computers or devices in every room and my place is not that big. The Wifi is constantly on and I am in front of a screen most of the day. I've taken some simple measures, like turning off the Wifi at night, to help make the environment safer for my cats and for myself. I've also purchased some EMF neutralizer kit for my home. I spoke with our veterinarian last weekend and seeing as Oreo has not had another seizure, she feels it's alright to wait on the MRI. He has been doing much better and if he doesn't need to be put through the stress at this moment in time, it's preferable to wait a while to see how things continue to progress. He will still have to go to see our vet for a follow up, but it will be much less stressful than having to spend the entire day sedated in a veterinary hospital an hour away from home. He will continue to be monitored for the time being and the Phenobarbital will also be diminished to see how he fairs without it. I've set aside the offset of funds collected from donations in a separate account and will keep it specifically for Oreo and whatever else he may need in regards to everything that has happened. I have to admit that I am relieved that we can wait on the scan seeing how nervous I was about it in the first place. My stress level has dropped substantially since the appointment was cancelled.
As you've all seen through our recent videos, Oreo, Onyx and Pudding have been getting along really well! I am so happy! Although Pudding can be very high energy and sometimes he's a bit much for the two others, he has been accepted completely as a part of the family. I am really looking forward to seeing him grow up. I am so glad that we found each other, even if I was not planning on having another family member. They always seem to find us when we least expect it!
Tina Modugno is a children’s illustrator from Canada. Tina loves all animals, kids books and cartoons! She currently resides in Quebec with her husband and four cats!