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COVID-19 lifts 2020 Black out dates

Black out dates (Kerry is not available. Support staff only.):

May 14th through May 19th*

June 19th - June 21st

September 24th - 28th

October 8th - 11th

*This weekend is tentative due to COVID-19.

Therapeutic Energy Healing Services Postponed

Unfortunately, due to my father's health crisis, my teacher's passing and recent financial losses, my ReikiPhotopuncture and PEMF therapy training seminars have all been canceled.  Hopefully, I will resume my training in all 3 energy healing modalities late 2020 or early 2021.  A complete list of services and pricing will be available once my training is complete.

In memory of Roary & D'Artagnan

On January 28th, I bid farewell, for now, to two of my furbabies, Roary Roo and D'Artagnan.  As some of you know, both were fighting cancer. Roary was diagnosed in September of 2019 and D'Artagnan was diagnosed back in the fall of 2017.  Both fought valiantly.  Each lived life to the fullest right up until their last day on this Earthly plane.  I kept hoping for more time, a miracle even, up until the afternoon of the 28th.  Early that evening, Roo had 3 seizures, resulting in a coma.  D'Artagnan was in increasing pain and discomfort.  By nearly 8pm, D rested next to Roo as if to say, I am ready too.  I will cross with my friend.  He will not  be alone.

I know in my heart they have rested; the angels have healed them and they are now playing with all of my angel furbabies.  Until we meet again, my loves, see you in my dreams...

Here are three photos of my wee Roary Roo aka the kookaroo.  The first was taken shortly after his rescue; the second when he was a tree-climbing, curtain swinging young adult and the third probably a few years later.  

Roary was found in a truck's tire well hiding from the continuous attack of a cat bird.  I raced to the scene and grabbed the underweight kitten.  Boy, what he lacked in size, he made up for in his roar!  That was the loudest meOW I ever heard from Roo ever!  He came to live with me and our much smaller crew in 2007.  Roo never grew to be a robust male cat.  He had always been kitten sized.  When he was three, he developed grand mal seizures.  We attributed them to a very mild case of cerebellar hypoplasia.  The only other symptom he ever exhibited was his funny gait.  I even nicknamed him RooRoo Funnywalker. 

In December 2018, I decided to wean him off sedatives while introducing cbd oil. He had breakthrough seizures on the sedatives; on the cbd oil, not only was he seizure free, he was back to the kookaroo I knew and loved.  He was running around the apartment again singing his signature "hoo hoo"; bouncing off the walls and galloping around like a nut!  In late August 2019, he started sneezing.  The vet treated him for a sinus infection since two types of bacteria were present.  Over the course of a month, the infection went away as the smell dissipated but the swelling remained.  Xrays only showed a change in porosity under his right eye.  We then concluded, it was cancer.

I started him on a serious immune boosting diet.  He would only eat Smalls semi raw food but he would eat up to four times a day!  He took his supplements and his immune boosting smoothie like a champ.  He enjoyed sleeping on his pemf mat and receiving his photopuncture treatments.  Each seemed to really have benefited him.  

Funny thing was, Roo never purred until last year!  I seriously thought his purr motor was broken!  Hearing it was the absolute sweetest sound I had ever heard!  

I miss your hoo-hoo's.  See you on the other side, Kookaroo!
June 12, 2007 - January 28, 2020

Here are 3 photos of my little D'Artagnan. The first photo is from the day his buddy, Luca, and I adopted him; the second and third photos were taken in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

Ferret math, like cat math, is simple:  you have a fluctuating number but rarely do you ever have just one!  Since 1993, I believe, I always had at least two ferrets.  One crosses over, you adopt another to keep your solo ferret company.  As the years went on, I would "adopt" ferrets from neighbors who thought their ferret would enjoy life at my place more.  

I had no intention of getting Luca but a neighbor gave me Bodega and well she needed a friend.  So I got Luca.  When Bo passed, Luca was still just a year old.  He couldn't go the rest of his life without a friend!  He and I went to a local ferret rescuer in Yonkers.  As soon as he and D saw each other, it was game on!  They were hopping, popping and "dooking" all over!  They were best buddies for a couple of years.  Luca was diagnosed with adrenal cancer at 3 years of age.  He received a hormonal implant, which should have given him at least another year or more.  He passed within months quite unexpectedly.  

I chose not to adopt another ferret because I thought D, being three himself, wouldn't be alone too long.  Ferrets, in my experience, don't live past 4 years of age.  Despite all odds, he celebrated his 7th birthday August 2019.  He received a hormonal implant as a last stitch resort in October 2017.  He got almost 2 and half miraculous years!  

He may have had a little less hair and was a little wobbly in his twilight but my little man lived his best life for as long as he could!  He was such a love:  he happily gave kisses to anyone who let him do so. He enjoyed running around his room each day playing with the cats; hunting for treats; stealing toys and hoarding them in his hideaway.  I credit his longevity mostly to his genes but outside of the hormonal implant, his healthy immune system was due to his healthy diet.  He loved freeze dried raw rabbit, chicken and chicken livers! He also loved his daily dose of cbd oil!  

I miss your dooking and thievery, little man!  See you on the other side!
August 20, 2012 - January 28, 2020


Availability opens in April & May 2020

Previously listed as black out dates, the following weekends are now open for boking:

April 17th through April 19th
May 29th through May 31st

Family emergency

Due to a family emergency, we are currently not taking in new clients.  All calls, emails, texts will be screened and replied to accordingly.  Thank you for your understanding.

Tucker's liver values return to normal

This is my Tucker or Tuckie doos.  My cousin found him late one evening nearly 15 years ago outside of a gas station.  Of course, I ran up to the gas station to rescue him.  The attendant said a van opened their door and tossed him out.  He was the most challenging cat to live with for most of his adult life.  Being an Egyptian Mau, I half expected the high prey drive and superior intelligence.  These are not cats for the average cat owner that's for sure.  About 2 years ago, I started supplementing him to support his liver.  Although tests were not indicating liver disease, my instinct told me otherwise.  About a year ago, my instinct was confirmed by lab results.  Tuck turned sweet 16 in June.  He was such a good friend to Spikealicious (rip), Stevie Ray (rip), Beebop (rip) and Venus (rip); he gave poor JoeJoe (rip) hell; tried to get close to Dizzy (rip) but has always loved his Roary Roo. Now, he cuddles with kittens and lets my ferret, D'artagnan,  run free without worries.  I treasure each day with this big handsome guy.  Tuckie thanks you for all of your prayers!  Believe in the power of prayer!  Tucker visited his vet in September to have his liver values rechecked.  The lab and his vet were astonished!  His liver values were completely normal!!  His ALT went from 1373 to 56!  I am continuing his
supplements regardless. 

Natural Cancer remedies & treatments for cats

I have recently found the following immune boosting and cancer fighting supplements to be of great help:

Vitality Science sells a bundle of 3 remedies:  Celloquent, Herbal Anti & Vital Pet Lipids.

Pet Wellbeing offers two liquid supplements:  Life Gold & Immune Sure

In addition to these supplements, I give .25ml Cbd oil ( 500mgs) once daily.  

Lastly,  my Roary is sleeping on a pemf mat and I have just introduced photopuncture treatments.  Both energy modalities reduce inflammation and promote health cell regeneration.

Kitten Smoothie or Kitty Immune Booster

I wanted to share this as I have developed something, I call my kitty smoothie or the kitty immune booster.  I based the formula on this article:

I used it to save 7 kittens approx 2 to 3 months of age ( 2 with fip) and prolong the life of three of my seniors. Although Dizzy recently passed from an osteosarcoma, I believe this supplement helped slow it's growth and helped her maintain her quality of life up until the day before she passed.  Tucker, has had liver disease for two years.  I recently was able to reverse it.  I attribute this success to both this smoothie and some natural liver supplements.  I am currently giving my Roary Roo this smoothie once daily as he is eating a raw diet three times daily.  

For the very sick, I syringe feed. Most love the taste.  Depending on whether they are eating, I will modify how much I give them per day.

As for the ingredients:

I use a high quality food base like Weruva pumpkin lickin chicken.

Then I add a capful of apple cider vinegar and approx 3 caps of pedialyte.  They recommend beef broth but it is so difficult to find any without flavoring so I use a handful of Instinct raw chicken nuggets and beef nuggets plus about 2 tablespoons of natural pet bone broth.

I add 2 gel caps of vitamin D3 (125mcg), one scoop (in bottle) of Simple Truth vitamin C crystal powder and empty a capsule of Bluebonnet B complex 50.

Lastly, I empty a capsule of Now slippery elm (400 mg), a capsule of Lifted Naturals bifida, a capsule of Thorne Research Veterinary's curcuvet-sa50 (curcumin), sprinkle some Sun Potion rice bran solubles, a packet of Soulistic pumpkin puree and blend in my nutribullet til it thickens.

Dec 12,

Tucker's liver & kidney supplements

Listed below are the natural liver & kidney supplements I have given Tucker.  I alternate each day so as not to give him every supplement daily.  


Ayush Herbs:  Livit-2

Standard Process:  Livaplex

Nutramaxx:  Denamarin

Professional Health Products:  Liver Liquescence


Y.S. Eco Bee Farms;  Triple Bee Complex

Two natural remedies for feline constipation

I use a combination of the following remedies to ease constipation and prevent it going forward:

Pet Wellness:  Smooth BM Gold

Pet Alive:  Natural Moves

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