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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Reiki offered for cats

Caroline’s Kids Cat Sanctuary in Concord Township is offering a new program to pet guardians who want to provide another level of care for their felines.

Reiki for pets is a form of spiritual healing that helps harmonize the mind, body and soul of your pet, according to a new release from the shelter.

It can be used as a form of relaxation as well as a tool for releasing negative emotions and limitations.

Reiki is not a religion.

It can treat ailments, reduce stress, relieve pain, and it can help with abuse or neglected animals.

Reiki does not take the place of traditional medicine, but can help in conjunction with veterinary care, according to the release.

Caroline’s Kids incorporates Reiki into the sanctuary by way of soothing music, and Reiki is done for each feline for various reasons.

Denise Harding, Reiki practitioner for the sanctuary, will be offering sessions for anyone interested from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, by appointment only.

Each session lasts 20 minutes, are for cats only, and a $20 donation to the shelter is required.

Sessions will follow once a month beginning in January.

For more details or an appointment, call Judie at 440-449-3496.

The shelter is at 7394 Morely Road.


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