Client Comments


Thank you so much for your work with Poot today! I was astounded at all the marks you hit, and I was relieved to hear his side of things and know what to do to make him happier. I loved the way he plunked himself down in your lap and stayed there the whole time. He really felt totally at ease with you. You are a gem, and I know that I’ll be seeing you again in the future. Thanks again for a really great session!

S. T.


TYVM Emerald – because of your great insight – I have 3 cats that ALL get along well again. Thanks!

L. V.

J. A.

I just wanted to thank you for speaking with me regarding all my pets. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect but when we had finished our session I truly felt that I had learned something important about all of my pets, both past and present. I loved talking to my current pals…it was fun and entertaining. I also felt so blessed that I could actually have another chance to talk to my beloved pets who have passed. I feel like I have gained an understanding of several important areas in my pets lives that will help me and hopefully will help improve the relationships with my current furry friends. Your insight is amazing! Thank you again!

J. A.

B. M.

Just wanted to follow up to our meeting a couple weeks ago. I have to tell you there was an obvious calm after you left. I still need to make the few changes you had suggested but after implementing just a few the change is noticable. The peeing has definately subsided…as far as I know there may have been only 1 or 2 that have happened since you have been here. The kitties all seem to be happy with the night time arrangement of two younger ones in the basement and old Cutter upstairs. We are all sleeping better! My husband who is on the fence with this type of thing noticed a difference. He made the suggestion to have you back occasionally…would work out less than bet visits…his words!:-) Thanks for everything, especially the ‘calm’ here in our house:-)

B. M.

J. S.

I really truly believe you gave me the information that saved my Trixie’s life. Thank you! And I’m calling to congratulate you because you picked out the thyroid problem that my vet definately thought he didn’t have. He was just amazed, astounded and definately a believer so I wanted to congratulate you on diagnosing Twister for thyroid. You know we love our animals.

J. S.

K. B.

Thank you so much for the consultation last night! We all loved it and were quite amazed. You have a genuine talent and it was fascinating talking with our kitties. I’ve been thinking about it all day and have so much more I want to ask them now! So we will definately chat again in the future. The cats all seem very content, happy and cohesive today. And I’ve promised Huck that I will just take him to our local vet to get neutered as the overnight stay seemed like it would be a bit scary, so I think he’s happy about that. Lulu has been eating off a china plate that was my grandmothers away from the other cats and it seems to make her feel pretty special! Queen Agnes (!) has been extremely playful, affectionate and talkative today. Thanks again, we all loved talking with you and we look forward to the next time!

K. B.

C. S. L.

Thank you so much!!! They did do better and I’m so happy we pushed on to understand! Emilia needed it as much as Aire! Thank you!!!

C. S. L.

L. S.

It was a great pleasure speaking with you last week. My husband and I are trying to incorporate the suggestions made by our cats when they were communicating with you. I had to reach out and give you an update on Tegan. When you spoke with her, you mentioned that you felt an ache in your bladder and we suspected that she may have an infection. I took Tegan to the vet on Monday night whre she had urine taken for an analysis. A short time ago today, our vet left a message and said that Tegan’s results were consistent with a cat that has bladder stones! While I’m not sure what that will mean as far as treatment yet, I wanted to thank you for helping us to know about Tegan’s condition. As you know, cats are notoriously brave about hiding their illnesses and we really appreciate getting the ‘early warning’; with Tegan. We will deinitely be back in touch with you again. In fact, I said to my husband that I shoudl schedule regular calls with you like a ‘check up’ so that you can ask all the cats about their health! Thank you again for your assistance.

L. S.

L. & J.

Thank you for helping to bring us all EVEN CLOSER TOGETHER!

L. & J.

M., M. & G. Q.

Thank you so much for the wonderful reading today. You surprised me with many things known only to Gigi, my husband Mike, and me! The reading brought peace-of-mind knowing how Gigi feels about her food, toys and us. Your reading inspired me to find a holistic vet and get better organic food for her. We’ve tried pet foods in the past, but she only wants to eat people food. I referred you to my friends ???? Thanks again!

M., M. & G. Q.

D. D.

I know you probably hear about successes after sessions all the time, and I want to add one more story. You were right when you thought you saw Pinky in the bed/closet area. And then, here is Chicken, getting her lap time. Amazing and touching. Thanks for being so clear! I thought you’d enjoy this speedy result. I’m ending the day with a smile and lighter heart. Thanks for what you do.

D. D.


Thank you for a wonderful experience! I very much enjoyed the class! The energy in the room was incredible and you created a truly supportive environment.

E. S.

M. H

Your class has given me more confidence in my gut feelings and absolutely given me an edge as a trainer!

M. H.

G. M

I have wanted to write to let you know how much you and your classes changed me. Learning from you opened up a place in my heart I never knew was there. I haven’t got the words to express how precious that time and learning means to me everyday.

G. M.

M. Z

Thank you for a full and loving day beyond all expectations!

M. Z.

E. B

I learned so much and had a great time!

E. B.

M. P

I wanted to thank you so much for such a wonderful and enlightening class. Later that evening I retired downstairs to the family room. While sitting down there I began to “talk” to Dakota, who was upstairs in the kitchen with my
husband hoping for a piece of his dinner to fall onto the floor. Nothing can tear Dakota away from the kitchen if someone is eating. While I was attempting to connect with him, the next thing I know Dakota is down in the family room sitting right next to me looking at me! I was amazed, he gave up the chance of a fallen scrap to physically come down to communicate with me! I look forward to your next class.

M. P.

J. W

Thank you so much for inspiring me.

J. W.

How can cats growl and purr at the same time? And why does my cat attack my legs?

How can cats growl and purr at the same time? And why does my cat attack my legs? ~ Jessica

Dear Jessica,
It’s most excellent that you noticed that many cats can growl and purr simultaneously. We growl with our fierce throats and purr with our sinuous bodies. It is a fine, very fine feeling to enjoy our ancestral ferocity. Growling and Purring, Purring and Growling. It’s delicious just thinking about it. Similarly, attacking human legs, especially in a manner surprising to the humans, is part of our play and necessary to keep ourselves sharp and humans alert. Pay Attention!

Please profusely thank the next cat that growls, purrs or attacks you.

Best Wishes,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

Does one of my boyfriends love me? P.S. My first boyfriend is Henry and the other one is Jackson.

Does one of my boyfriends love me? P.S. My first boyfriend is Henry and the other one is Jackson. ~ Amy

Dear Amy,
All questions of love are very interesting to me. I am so very glad you asked me who loves you. I would choose Henry as the one who loves you, although Jackson thinks you’re cute and rather fun. However, the most important question is who do you love? This would be a fine question to ask yourself.

Yours in Love,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

Am I going to win the bet at school on the Jets going to the Super Bowl?

Am I going to win the bet at school on the Jets going to the Super Bowl? ~ Alex

Dear Alex,
I have never received a question concerning the Super Bowl. After all, a football is nearly the size of a cat! We rarely play with such large toys. Still, all questions interest me to some extent. I appreciate your respect concerning my abilities to foretell the future. I have contacted a black cat who lives with a Jet player’s family in order to answer your question. He says, “The Jets will go to the Super Bowl if they play an opposing team that they can overwhelm with energetic power; however, if they play a team that is very clever strategically (as most cats are), they will have a difficult time winning.

Best Wishes,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

How old is God?

How old is God? ~ Maggie

Dear Maggie,
Thank you for your divine question. I too once pondered the question of how old God might be. For an entire year. I think perhaps God’s age is indescribable in words and therefore cannot be answered. Perhaps it can only be dreamed upon. Or perhaps a child might know.

We did discuss it once at a meeting of The Orange Cat Contingency. It was quite a long meeting as you may imagine. No conclusive answer was decided upon; however, we found the question very captivating. And then we had something good to eat and later napped.

Yours in the Mystery of God, the Creation of Cats, People and Everything Else,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

Why does my cat sit on my newspaper when I’m trying to read?

Why does my cat sit on my newspaper when I’m trying to read? ~Janelle

Dear Janelle,
I am familiar with the endearing habit of many cats who sit on their human’s reading material. They and I both find this a convenient way to absorb the meaning of the words while reading their person’s mind and thoughts. It’s an instantaneous process so after the initial reading (paper and person), we often enjoy keeping the humans on their toes about the Divine Way of Cat. The Cosmic Purr, one might say.

Best Wishes,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

Did the fairies return Carol Ann’s money?

Did the fairies return Carol Ann’s money? ~ Holly and Carol Ann

Dear Holly and Carol Ann,
Your Money was returned by The Mysterious Force of the Golden Coins. In modern times, golden coin means dollar bills. The Fairies are part of the coalition of The Mysterious Force of the Golden Coins as are Gnomes, Hermits and Dragons. Your money was returned to you so you would believe in the mysterious forces of the magical world.

Yours in The Mysterious Force of the Golden Coins,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

I am Cuddles, an orangie that came to live with my meowmy a few months ago. Why don’t I cuddle with Meowmy more?

I am Cuddles, an orangie that came to live with my meowmy a few months ago. Why don’t I cuddle with Meowmy more? ~ Love, Cuddles and Meowmy Martha

Dear Meowmy Martha,
I can certainly understand your desire to cuddle Cuddles, as Cuddles is adorable, so soft and very appealing. However, some of us (especially orange cats) are rambunctious in our youth and are not such serious cuddlers until we shake out some of our deep curiousity and restlessness (not to mention all the silent looks Cuddles is receiving from the other older cats in the household).
As someone who has lived with human people for more than a few lifetimes (before I became StarGazer, Enchanted Orange Cat), I myself generally took the approach of cuddling when the mood struck me, rather than when the mood struck my companion. It made a more equitable relationship and we lived together in companionable harmony once this was established. Also, my affection was more greatly appreciated when the mood did strike me, which was usually at night after the activity in the house had settled down remarkably.
I recommend playing with the fetching pink-nosed Cuddles before you would like to cuddle Cuddles, as it is such a treat for a kitty to rest and purr after a rousing game of bat and bite. Please tell all your cats Greetings from the Metaphysical One.

Yours in Feline Mystery,
StarGazer, E.O.C.

I have a question about my 19 year old cat Mr. E.B. He has bladder stones, and congestive heart failure as well as hyperthyroidism

I have a question about my 19 year old cat Mr. E.B. He has bladder stones, and congestive heart failure as well as hyperthyroidism. He is being treated for all of these but he howls very loudly at times and I wonder if he is in pain and getting ready to pass into spirit? ~ Nancy

Dear Nancy,
All cats pass into Spirit regularly, so yours is a thoughtful question. In my previous lives, I always howled to bring myself back from The Spirit World, much to the consternation of those around me. I found it to be an excellent method for retaining a little more time in my then present feline body. Pain is an aspect of maturity, sometimes it does a body good to “howl it out!” So as to whether Mr. E. B. is transitioning into the ethers or in pain, only he knows the exact proportions at the time of each howling. Please convey to him my appreciaition for his passion for the feline life and send him my true wishes for continued passion in this life and beyond.

Your in Feline Passion,
StarGazer, E. O. C.

It matters not who you love, where you love, why you love, when you love or how you love. It matters only that you love.
~ John Lennon