|Sent: October 20, 2007
Squirrel testimonial -
One requirement for this option would be that she needed to allow us to clip her teeth regularly. So I asked Kim to talk to Luci so I could explain the problem and make sure that this solution was acceptable to her. We explained everything and answered Luci's questions and Luci promised to try to let us clip her teeth, although, as a squirrel, she admitted that this would be hard for her. But she understood the problem and the need for us to do this.
The first time Luci had gone to the vet to be evaluated and clipped, she screamed that horrible scream that baby squirrels do when under attack. A week later, after working with her to socialize her (since she originally was not socialized because she was being rehabilitated for release), I was able to hold her without leather gloves to look at her teeth, but she still screamed. Following the discussion with Luci (via Kim) I was able to hold Luci with no screaming. She didn't wiggle....she just patiently let me look into her mouth to check the growth rate of her teeth. This is a HUGE deal for a young squirrel to allow this type of handling.
Due to Kim's help talking to Luci, I am expecting to be able to successfully clip Luci's teeth as needed. She will be a welcome addition to our educational programs and will live a productive and happy life here with us.
Love, Luci and MAC
|From: Kat Parsons|
|Sent: Wed. September 12, 2007
first...because of my "public" life...it may not seem so...but i am a VERY private person...
i made the call...i made the appt...we went in...
i was worried that he did not understand...he had told Kim Fox a couple days ago that he was afraid to go...even tho i told him about the Bridge...and all... at the vet's...i was still worried he did not understand...
so...i called Kim after i got home...i asked her to talk to him...she did so a bit later...and i got this e-mail from her...
*I* know what it meant....he was excited...awed...whatever...he was blind almost his whole life here on earth!!!...he wanted to share that unique experience he was having....
HE CAN SEE NOW!!!!
you have no idea what this means to me...i know he is there...and better...and happy...
and i knew he was ok...
this may seem trivial to some...but i know others may think...wow...just that small contact...and it can change everything...
i thank God that i made that phone call...i am ok now...and i know he is, too...
thank you, Kim...i hope others who are concerned...worried...curious.... take the time to contact you and find the peace you have given me...
|Sent: August 2007
I had just acquired an unreleasable Barred Owl that was going to be used in my educational programs. During the early phase of our relationship, I would make a habit of sitting and talking to the owl to get it used to me and get it used to hearing my voice. Once I got talking, the owl was fine and would sit and stare calmly at me. However, initially he would flutter around and cling to the sides of his cage in fear. Since I did not want to upset him, I asked Kim to talk to him for me and explain that I was only coming to talk to him and did not mean to upset him. I asked if there was anything I could do to make it easier on him to get past his initial concern upon seeing me each time.
He told Kim that he liked it when I talked to him and there was nothing I could do to make the transition easier. He said it's just an owl behavior that he would have to work on by himself. From the moment of Kim's talk with him, he has allowed me to talk to him without ANY of the fear behavior that I saw previously. After 2 times of going slowly, I can now announce my presence and open the cage door and start talking....with him sitting calmly waiting for me! There is no more fluttering around or hanging on the side of the cage!
Kim has helped with this tricky transition from a wild injured bird into a calm educational animal.
I can't even begin to tell you how awesome it is to be able to talk to Tosh without all the 'scared bird' behavior. I hesitated talking to him as much as I wanted to because he was damaging his feathers by hanging on the sides.....but now I can talk to him whenever I want to! And he seems to REALLY be enjoying it now.
Owls blink both eyes if they are calm and happy. (If they are worried about you, both eyes are WIDE open and if they have to blink, they can blink one eye and then the other....to keep an eye on you at all times.) Instead of JUST blinking both eyes, he is CLOSING both eyes now while I talk! Think of the trust that shows! He's not just blinking..... It's just amazing. I just want to take him to bed and have him sleep cuddled up against me! LOL! (Can you picture both of our heads on the pillow, sound asleep, snoring under the covers! LOL!)
I cannot thank you enough for all your help with my wildlife.
Thanks Kim! (With love, MAC and Tosh)
|From: Lisa Nixon|
|Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006
Subject: The Chronicals of Jasper
Kua (our 9 year old German Shepard) seems to really love Jasper. She told you she liked him when he came but he hurt her ears. She also said she would never harm him. That has played out exactly as you said. She slips into his room without our knowing and sleeps at the bottom of his cage. We have had to latch the door so she won't let the cat in! I have even found her sleeping outside his door where she has never slept before. Jasper also seems to like Kua. He has flown down from his perch a couple times right into Kua's lap as if he were aiming for it. I am so surprised at this because I think he would be afraid of her size. True to her word, she has never tried to harm him. When he is loud, Kua leaves the room.
As for Sam, he seemed to "pout" about Jasper's arrival as you said he was doing. This lasted about a week. He stayed outside except to eat and then I guess he accepted it. Sam and Jasper are not buddies. Sam will sneak into Jasper's room and sit staring at him as if he was deciding he'd taste better raw or slow roasted. Jasper sounds the alarm and lets us know Sam is there. I keep telling Sam that Jasper is part of our family and ask him not to try to eat him. Eric seems to think that Sam is harmless but I do not. Sam is a natural and patient hunter. I think his instincts are very strong to hunt and I could not imagine how horrible it would be to find my little friend had met his end as Sam's dinner.
You know ever since that first reading you gave on Kua and Sam, we have had our eyes opened. We have always loved our animals but to "hear" from you what they say helped us to see that there is so much more than we had imagined. Kua says Sam mocks her (he is a cat and can go places she cannot). Sam saying he did not want any "friends" and was not going to change is so like him and his aloof nature. I was convinced when Kua said her favorite toy was a red ball, she liked "wet food" and she'd like more of those snacks (you then described her only snack at that time as a "small meaty bone"). She does love her red ball, got excited about tuna on her dry food and her doggie treats were doggie jerky shaped like little bones. We now know these things are important to her. We also know she is listening when we are planning an out of town trip and wondering if she will be coming along with us. Knowing these things has helped us a great deal to understand and communicate with her since.
I would like to add that knowing they communicate with one another has lead me to ask Kua to tell Jasper to not be afraid of coming out of his cage when he is hesitant. It seems Jasper does better afterwards so Kua must be putting in a good word for me!
I just want to thank you again for allowing us to hear their thoughts but most of all to be aware of the intelligent and sensitive beings that we are blessed to live with.
Thank you so much for sharing your gift!
Thanks again for talking to me last night about my fuzzy family. Told Steve about his puppy dog, Rider ... I know he thought I was crazy until I related to him that I hadn't asked about a dog, just Toby the ferret, and none of the ferret community knew about Rider. I'm sure you get this all the time, but Steve was still skeptical, but today I can tell he is happier and more at rest. Funny I meant to do this for me, but I think in the end it was really for Steve's peace of mind.
Many blessings for all that you do ... Very amazing!!!!
|From: Staci Sharp|
|KIM!! WOO HOO THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!
I just spoke to my mom and she said that Max (her dog) is going to the bathroom outside!!! YEAH!! He wouldn't even play with the robins outside like he used but she said after you spoke to Max she took him and he ACTUALLY smelled the grass (he hadn't done that in days). Then next day he went out for my Dad and my Mom at different times. Today they got a lot of snow (3/21) and it didn't even phase him! hehe Let me tell you he used to have to have a path shovelled for him :) So I just wanted to say Thank you! From my parents and me :)
|When we spoke with Kim, there were several things that clicked right away,
but there were several things that it took us awhile to piece together.
For example, she said that our girls wanted a blue round object. At first, we
didn't understand what that meant. But after the call, we realized that we
had bought them a cat toy, which was a big blue circle, with fleece in the
middle and a ball that circled on the outside. We had this toy put away
for months, but we brought it back out, and it took several hours for our
youngest to stop playing with it! She also picked up on our cat (even her
color!) and male ferret, who passed over the Rainbow Bridge. If any
questions or concerns happen to come up in the future, we will contact Kim
without a question!
Thanks again for everything! I'm sure that we will be in contact soon!
|From: Phyl Spy|
Just wanted to share with you something interesting. This morning, while getting ready for work, making bed, etc., Molly B was more playful and interactive than I have ever seen her. She was acting almost a little "bratty" trying to bite my ankles, arms, etc. Because I was busy trying to get ready for work, I was just about to pick her up and reprimand her for biting, when I remembered something you had said during her reading. You said that Molly told you that she was afraid to act like a ferret because she thought that she was being naughty and that was the reason for her being passed from home to home. I am so glad I remembered you telling me that as I feel now that Molly was finally able to play freely without the fear of being sent away for "bad behaviour". I think she has had a burden lifted from her and she was showing her joy and relief at knowing that she has a "forever home."
Without the insight you shared with me last night about Molly's apprehensions, I could very well have handled her "silly" behaviour differently and crushed her new-found joy in life. Thank you for keying in on a very important part of Molly and giving her and me the opportunity to better know and love each other.
I look forward to talking with you next week.
|From: Ronnie DiComo|
|Kim Fox very generously donated gift certificates to our recent ferret shelter
fundraising event, and I was one of the lucky winners.
I asked Kim about 2 of my ferrets: Merlin, who is 7 years old and has several medical conditions; and Stellina, who recently lost her ferret companion who she had been very closely bonded to.
It was clear to me that Kim linked to each of my ferrets. She described them accurately, and she also described some of their characteristics I had forgotten about. Not only did she link with Merlin and Stellina, but she also connected with several ferrets on the other side who I hadn't asked about (they just showed up!)
Talking with Kim was very helpful; I felt much better knowing how each of my ferrets was feeling about their current situation. But it wasn't just Kim's words that were helpful--I felt a very strong emotional connection with my ferrets when Kim was talking to me. I have been talking with animal communicators for a number of years, and I can always tell when they make a connection by how I am feeling.
Kim is very generous and caring, and I really appreciate her taking the time to connect with my ferrets. I felt much better after talking with her and I look forward to calling her again.
Gus was lost when he decided to go exploring, and left a van traveling from Framingham to Acton. When he reached Acton and discovered Gus was missing, Bill put up fliers along the entire route (about 15 miles), as well as alerting the animal control officers in each town he had passed through. Someone saw one of the posters and said that they had spotted an unfamiliar animal in their garage the night before. When they looked it up on the internet, they saw that it was a ferret. Fortunately, they had also seen one of Bill's fliers, and they called Bill. So, now that Bill knew the area where Gus was, he set up a cage with food etc. in the people's garage. Bill also went out looking for Gus every morning. Amazingly, the town Gus was lost in has a law against putting up fliers, so Bill had to take his fliers down soon after the people called!
The area where Gus was lost was heavily wooded. Although there were plenty of places for Gus to hide, there were also plenty of predators. I also went searching with Bill one day and we looked EVERYWHERE. Bill called and called and used a squeaky toy, but no luck.
Gus had been lost several days. At this point, I called Kim Fox (I had talked with Kim before and thought she was a very good animal communicator). Kim talked with Gus, who said he was confused and getting tired. Though he knew Bill was looking for him, Gus had not heard Bill calling or the squeaky toy. This meant that Gus was no longer where he had first been spotted, which was discouraging.
I told Kim that at this point, Gus' only hope was to find a person who would help him. So Kim asked Gus to go to where there were lights that didn't move--a house (not moving lights, which would be a car; it was at night). Just as important, Kim asked her angels to guide Gus to a person who would help him.
Early the next morning as I was leaving for vacation, I got a call from Bill who had just picked up Gus! Gus had gone to someone's house the night I had talked to Kim, and the person had called the police to report a found ferret. Since Bill had given his name to the animal control officer in the town, this story had a happy ending!
A number of things fell into place to reunite Bill with Gus, and I think all of them are very important when trying to find a lost ferret:
Bill put up fliers EVERYWHERE along his route, as well as leaving his name and number with the animal control officers. He also went door to door and left fliers at people's houses and talked with people once he knew where Gus was (Gus was found about 1/2 mile from where he was originally spotted).
I always recommend talking with a communicator when an animal is lost. When I talked with Kim, she gave Gus very specific instructions and she also asked that he be guided to someone who would help him.
Everything fell into place, and Gus is one lucky ferret!
So, that's the rest of the story. Many thanks to Kim for the very important role she played in reuniting Gus with Bill!
|From: Laura, ICO: Lois Caselman|
|Mugsy was a very sick baby. We had taken him to
4 vets and was getting no-where. I contacted Kim and asked her to talk to Mugsy for me. She was
not told anything about his condition except that if something didn't happen quick, he was
going to die.
He told her his crop and lungs hurt. And that the big needle in his legbone hurt. Kim hadn't been told about the needle in the legbone and I personally thought that the needle was in his chest until Kim told me this and I asked the doctor to lift Mugsy's wing so that I could see where the needle was and it was indeed in his leg.
Mugsy told Kim about a red bird that he wanted. He was in love with a red bird. The week before, I had Mugsy at a vet and a woman came in with a beautiful scarlet macaw. They fell in love with each other. As sick as Mugsy was, he tried to get to this bird. They talked and flapped wings at each other until it was time for Mugsy to go in and see the Doctor.
We ended up having to bring Mugsy home to die.
He was fighting it so much so I called Kim and asked her to tell Mugsy that it was alright for him to go, and that I loved him and I understood that he needed to go.
I went back over and sat with Mugsy and he was laying on the table. He raised his head up and gave me a kiss. I knew he was saying goodbye. I picked him up and cradled him and he passed within 10 minutes of Kim telling him he could go. The Necropsy report showed that Mugsy died with a severe infection in his crop and Tuberculosis in his lungs.
Thank you, Kim, for all that you did.
|From: Dee Vecchione|
|My impressions of Kim's readings with my Fozzie
were that she was very accurate. She never said anything that made me question her skill. The
week before he died, he wasn't ready to go, but he wanted to know where he was going and why.
She helped me to ease his mind and prepare him to leave his physical body. The following week
he was ready, and he had the answers he needed. He said so. She told me the feeling she got
was that he wouldn't make it through the night. He passed away at 2:00 in the AM. (I think
you told me that the week before, too, but he rallied because he wasn't ready to leave yet. He
held on for all he was worth, despite the fact that his body was failing him.) I was very
pleased with the info that Kim gave me and it made an extremely difficult time easier for both
Fozzie and me.
|From: "Linda M."|
|I spoke with Kim on the phone and I could tell
right off that she knew what she was doing. I had just brought in 2 new rescues and wondered
how they were treated and whatnot. And Kim clued me in on it all. She cleared up what happened
to them in the past. Also, I had some problems with a nippy ferret, and now I'm enlightened as
to why exactly! Kim was great and very precise on quite a few things we talked about, including
the guy that my ferrets miss so much! She was very accurate on my ferrets personalities and
how they seemed to be feeling, as if she'd known them long before our conversation! I would
definitely recommend her to anyone who'd like to get to know their animals much better. If you
are considering her, I say, go for it! I would use Kim for a reading again any day. If you'd
like to speak with me personally, feel free to email me.
Linda M. + the Kamikaze Ferts (Seiko, Suu, Yoshi, and Minako)
|From: Nancy Mitchell|
|Hello from drought stricken Colorado! In
November of 2002, I lost my Frankie fuzz to a strange bacterial infection, which was never
identified positively, but the damage included a deterioration of the ear fossa, which allowed
toxins to enter the brain. Many people expressed their condolences at that time and that
receiving at a time when I was devastated was so important.
One of the most helpful things to me at that time, was an email and offer from Kim Fox, who shared her wonderful gift of animal communication with me, and a short while later with my daughter who had lost her best animal friend, a horse that she had grown up with. In each case, Kim was able to transmit information which she had no way of knowing but which gave great peace to both of us in our grief. I am so glad to see she is offering this gift outright now, since I know she doubted it herself somewhat at the beginning. The loss of a precious animal companion can be like a dark hole.
Kim, thank you for helping us see a light at the end of the tunnel.
|From: Judith White, Reiki Master|
|I attended an animal communication workshop with Kim where I saw her in action ... and she is GOOD. She had already been using her strong natural ability for some time, so I think she took the workshop to confirm what she was discovering on her own and to refine her skills. Kim was already using advanced animal communication skills with ease. She had such a long, funny conversation with my newest adopted ferret, and I learned some things about him that explained a lot. Kim also repeated a detailed description of one animal's favorite person which was confirmed by a photo the animal's human companion had brought with her. It was impressive and just plain fun to hear her.|
|My ferret Buttons became quite ill rather
suddenly, around February 10, with what we believe is a heart problem. The medications the
vet prescribed didn't seem to be helping, the prognosis was not good, and I seriously
considered having her euthanized. The situation was made more urgent because I had to travel
last weekend, and thought that I should
try to come to a decision before I left. Also, I was extremely concerned about euthanizing
her because every time I have tried to explain to her about passing over, I swear she thought
I was talking about her going physically away to live somewhere else; Buttons was lost in 1998
for a few days, and she still clearly remembers it, and I thought she was associating dying
with that time she was lost.
Pretty much frantic and unable to find the words to explain things to Buttons, I contacted Kim Fox to see if she could explain things to Buttons, and see if she wanted to go on over before I left. Kim kindly agreed to help, and the three of us got together Thursday night on the phone.
Kim was able to get a very accurate reading of Buttons' personality, her wishes, and her condition. She said that Buttons didn't want to be euthanized, but wanted to pass on at home with me; this does seem like something she would want -- she's always hated being medicated and fussed with, and is extremely independent and determined.
Kim also said that Buttons had been lonely, which was probably true, since I had been keeping her in a sick cage. Buttons asked if she could be kept with the big light ferret (Mishka is my only large ferret, and my only other light-colored one) instead of being alone.
Kim also said that Buttons indicated she would take medication to make her comfortable, but not to prolong her life; Buttons really resisted taking her last dose of medicine right before the reading, but after Kim explained to her that it would mke her comfortable (and I provided it in powder, not in chunks, as she didn't like the gritty texture of the chunks), she took it with no fuss.
Kim also said that Buttons had reached out to me, and it's so funny - when Buttons was a kit, she literally climbed the cage of the pet store every time she saw me, and after 3 visits, I bought her.
Finally, Kim gave physical descriptions of several of my ferrets that have passed on, and how they died. She saw my little sable girl and the two lighter colored females that I've lost in the past, and said that the sable would come and greet Buttons when she passed over.
I am sure I am not doing her reading justice. She was really very amazingly accurate, and I am so grateful that she was able to help Buttons and me in this difficult time. I would highly recommend that anyone considering getting a reading go ahead and give it a try. It's so rare to find someone with this talent, and what an incredible opportunity to better understand our companions!
If anyone would like to speak with me personally regarding the reading, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Wishes to all
|From: kat parsons|
|In my eyes, Kim is amazing!
I have had a sick fuzzy for a couple months now...He has had to spend days on end at the vet's office. I was very concerned that he would think I had abandoned him, one of my biggest fears when I have to leave a baby at the vet. She let him know that we had not, and that we would be there the next day to see him. I understand from the people at the office that Wolfie rested much easier that night...coincidence?..i don't think so...:)
One time when he was home, I had Kim talk to him. It was one of the best experiences I have ever had. She was able to let me know that HE knew I was doing everything I could to help him. And she gave me some insight into his personality...boy, did that explain a few things...:).
It was funny...I asked her to ask him what HE wanted from ME...LOL..He wanted a fluffy blanket. I did not have one, but I got what I had, a baby blanket, he just pulled it close around him...and relaxed. Something so simple, that I would never have realized he wanted, made him so happy. He was sent a fluffy blanket after that by a dear friend...he has not been without it since...:)
Thank you, Kim...for ALL you have done for Wolfie and me.
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|I have had another occasion to 'use' Kim and
her ability. Here is the story.
An Angel Came...
She is back with her Rascal now.
I don't know why...i should say i don't REMEMBER why...but Music Box Dancer was the song I always thought of as Sassy's song...Red was her favorite color...her favorite toy was those red plastic balls...like they have at McD's for the kids?...she had a "Feivel" face...
A friend I love very much [Kim Fox] helped me help Sassy last night...She eased Sassy's fears...answered her questions of where she was going...the panic in her face disappeared ...it would be hours yet before she left...but she was no longer scared...and she knew where "go" meant...I had told her if she had to go...if it was time to go...it was ok...she did not understand where she was supposed to go...then she understood...and we told her that she would be with her Rascal again...and she asked about the others that have gone from here...she is now with them all...she was able to go in peace...
And that is what I wanted for her...
Thank you, Kim, for that gift to her...and to me...
an additional note to this...
God Bless you, Kim!!!!
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