Top animal communicator Jackie Weaver tunes into your beloved pets – living or in spirit.
D Dear ar Jackie
M y rat Steve recently passed away. I really hope that I brought plenty of happiness into his life. Matt, Manchester
Steve comes across rather cautious regarding people. I get the feeling he didn’t have the best start to life. I feel he was passed around and not really cared for until he came to to you, but his confidence grewyou, but his confidence grew with with a lot of patience anda lot of patience and kindness kindness from you. thenfrom you. Then he he became a happy andbecame a happy and slightly slightly mischievous boy.mischievous boy.
He enjoyed his freedom in your house as I feel that previously he did not have a lot of exercise, that he was more of a caged pet.
He shows me an image of him being spoon-fed? It seems he really liked that!
He gives me the impression impression of havingof having breathing breathing issues and that thisissues and that this was a recurring problem. Sadly, I feel that this did get the better of him in the end.
He is making me laugh as he seems to be trying to hold something with his feet that keeps rolling away? I can’t tell what it is, but it looks very funny.
He is very grateful to you, Matt. He says, ‘I can now look at my life as fun, thanks to you.’
Steve was such a brave rat as he was passed about and kept in a cage for the first year of his life – he was just an unwanted pet until he came to me. He didn’t like to be touched so, to get his confidence, I used to feed him from a teaspoon to encourage him to come closer without him feeling intimidated by me. He was a clever and happy boy and eventually bravely ran all over the house and made himself at home wherever he wanted. From the day I got him, I realised that his breathing was not as it should be. I even made a box as a nebuliser for him. Although it helped his breathing, he was not keen on it. As for what keeps rolling away from him - it is a boiled egg complete with its shell. It was his favourite treat and so funny to watch. It gave him so much fun trying to hold onto it so he could break into it and eat it - and it was even more amusing for me to watch him! I’m so pleased to hear his lovely words about the way he is now looking back on his life. with joy. He was worth the effort. Bless you Steve.