Yesterday, my Queensland Heeler “Katy Sue” alerted me while in the house that something was going on outside and she needed to get out immediately. With the hair raised on her back, a growl from deep down, I flew open the door and out she ran. I was frantically fumbling around with my UGG boots trying to hurriedly get them on my feet, while throwing my coat on and covering my ears, knowing the winds were gusting up to 60 mph, blowing with it ice cold air. Finally dashing out the door I caught a glimpse of something going on down at the “General Store” which was built on this property many years ago for that western theme effect. It’s not actually a real store, rather something out of a movie set made to look somewhat authentic….
Katy was chasing a red Doberman Pincher around telling the dog it had to leave her property, only to have it bare its teeth and find its own growl from within, spinning around deciding to put that aggressive protective behavior onto me. I don’t scare easily, so I gave a couple of yells and it took off. Then from the corner of my eye I found another dog, but this one was stuck under the General Store, half in half out. Oh dear, now what! That poor Doberman was only trying to protect his friend, but I realize they are someone else’s dogs, and I needed to proceed with caution. I spoke to the scared dog, felt his legs and hips and knew he’d been there for quite some time, already in shock and cold. It was only a matter of time before he would die under there and I had to think fast. Calling my neighbor Andy, only for him not to answer. I called a second time, same results. Next I called 911 and told the officer the situation, suggesting the fire department might could help. But the 911 officer decided to call animal control. After I hung up, I ran to get my shovel and dig the dog out myself. Using my shovel to dig carefully under the dog so his body would drop down further releasing his backbone and ribs that were caught under the structure I hurriedly continued my work of digging all the while consoling the dog, letting him know he’s going to get out, I’m going to help him. I needed help! Knowing Andy was home, I called my neighbor again to no avail. Time was running out, because there was a small amount of blood coming from under the dogs tail. By now I was out of breath, and knew I needed help. I called the Angels to help me, and was told to call Andy again! So I dialed one last time and lo and behold to my relief he answered! He came right away, and he began to take over the digging, while I kept petting the dog asking him to hold on a little longer. Finally, with a careful shovel full of loose dirt that was under the dogs belly removed, his body dropped down just as I had invisioned earlier, and I was able to climb into the hole and gently pull his hind legs and hips carefully back towards myself and Andy, unlocking his body from the bottom of the structure, finally bringing him to freedom! He came out with a scrambled blast into the fresh air, deciding to run away, but after he ran a few yards, he stopped, then turned around looking right at us, nodding his head with “gratitude” then disappeared into the desert brush.
I looked at Andy, and said “did you see that”? “Yes” he replied, adding: that dog just said “thank you”. Tears began to drop from my eyes, and my nose began to drip from the cold or maybe from the love I felt in my heart in that moment. Andy reached out and gave me his hand pulling me out of that huge hole allowing me to finally stand.
Hot, sweaty and tired, but filled with joyful accomplishment and love, I decided to tell Andy about how I was already guided to fill in that hole under the General Store earlier that morning when I was out with Katy during the rain and cold winds, but only made a mental note and not wanting to do it on that brisk wet morning. Had I not ignored my intuition and Divine Guidance in that moment, the stray dog situation never would have happened. I know better than to ignore my gut feelings, intuition and Divine Guidance, but this was just one more reminder to always take action when guided to do so. It’s like that rusty nail laying in the driveway, and walking by not picking it up, then a week later a flat tire arrives. I’ve been awakened with a major reminder never to ignore. If you see a potential future problem, don’t wait. That’s Divine Guidance.
May you know you are Blessed every waking moment. Merry Christmas with Love, Gini Gail. Energyhealingvibrations.com