Friday, August 19, 2011


A friend of mine cannot keep her two cats. Lola is 13, super sweet, pretty independent, and Fred is 8 and is super duper sweet and LOVES to hug and be hugged. Important for someone to be open to lots of hugs from Fred!!! :)

They are GREAT cats. I've worked with them several times. She is just super busy and not able to give them the attention they need, as she's not home a lot now.

Please email me:, if you are interested in adopting them or know someone who may be. I'd love for them to find a nice new home quickly!

Thanks for any help!

Love and Light,

Sue Pike
The Animal Talker®

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Do you have a new animal partner, or are thinking of getting one soon? An important thing to know is that some common house plants are toxic to animals.

To check out what plants to avoid or to remove from your home, go to: There are printable lists of toxic plants for dogs, cats and horses on that site. If you have a bunny I would imagine following the cat list would be beneficial, or you can google toxic house plants for your specific animal, if it's not a horse, cat or dog. :)

I remember a few years ago, a friend brought over a beautiful plant for our home. I wondered if it was safe for our cat and found out that it was very toxic, so I had to give it to a friend who didn't have any animals in their home.

Let's keep our animal partners healthy and happy!