Sunday, November 13, 2011

Third Annual Worldwide Moment for Furred, Finned and Feathered Friends


Thanks to Two Special Wires, the Third Annual Worldwide Moment will happen at 6 PM EST Monday Nov. 14.  It is a a moment to honor the animals we have known and loved in the past and to send out positive energies to those alive today the world over. We would like to share the story of Tarra and Bella.

Tarra and Bella

Tarra lives at the elephant sanctuary near Nashville TN.  Her best friend was Bella, a stray dog who wandered into the 2700 acre haven in 2003 and forged an unusual friendship with Tarra.  When Bella incurred a spinal injury a few years ago, Tarra stood vigil for 3 weeks just outside the office  where Bella rested and recuperated.



Recently, Bella was attacked and killed by coyotes.  From what the sanctuary administrators can gather,  Tarra found her body and carried her best friend back to her home.  Tarra has been grieving but the other elephants have been sharing their food and attention to help her through this.  Tarra and Bella's story teaches us huge lessons about love, friendship, loyalty, loss and grief..  Please take the time to read their story here.

Only meditation and sending our loving kindness to all beings.
"In their innocence and wisdom, in their connection to the earth and its most ancient rhythms, animals show us a way back to a home they have never left."  ~ Susan Chernak McElroy

We at Wildcat Woods are sending positive thoughts to Tarra and her elephant friends to help them through their loss and to comfort them and peace to all animals everywhere.   Thank you for joining us today in prayer, meditation, reflection or contemplation in this Worldwide Moment.

Darby sending purrayers for Tarra.



GOOD NEWS FLASH!
The two FIV kittens Mom posted about - Cobbie was one that Brian of Brian's Home asked for help to place and Mom took to a local no-kill shelter - both were adopted last week AND...they both retested negative for FIV!!!  How great is that?  Thanks for all your purrs, prayers and assistance with this!

Danica (aka Cobbie) has a new home.

Angelica was adopted with another kitten named Turtle!

18 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

Of COURSE animals have feelings! After all, Humans are just animals, too.
And not too evolved, in our opinion, heh heh.
We will be observing our Moment as well.

dArtagnan Rumblepurr/Diego Hamlet Moonfur said...

My heart absolutely broke to hear that story. How can anyone doubt we have feelings?

Sparkle said...

What a great story!

I am taking part in the Movement today also!

Old Kitty said...

Me and Charlie love the story of Bella and Tarra! It's so lovely and so sad too. We love the reporter's final words! We are glad that the kind people of the sanctuary allowed this friendship to blossom. Poor Tarra. We send her lots of hugs.

Thanks for the clip and for sharing Tarra and Bella's story here!

Take care
x

Fuzzy Tales said...

Ditto The Lounge. We don't know why humans somehow think they're superior or more evolved, just because they're currently the dominant species. Don't get us started.

Such a heartbreaking story, we're sending purrs to Tarra.

And we're participating this evening too.

Marg said...

That is such a good story about Bella and Tarra but so sad that she was killed. We certainly will think about Bella and Tarra today. Take care.

The Island Cats said...

What a great, but sad, story about Bella and Tara. Of course we having feelings! Who would think otherwise??

We'll be pawticipating in the Worldwide Movement later!!

Brian said...

I saw that story too, way sad, way, way sad. Such a lovely post today. Hooray for those little ones, and thanks so much for helping them.

Hannah and Lucy said...

That story was so sad - of course they have feelings.
We are so happy that the two kittens got new furever homes and their test results were good.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

ML said...

Fanks fur letting us know about the Movement today.
I's posted it on the CB and will post it on mine own purrsonal bloggie.
Fanks so much and for the wonnerful story.
Love & Purrs,
KC

Boo-Bah AKA Iris said...

What a wonderful story except for the ending. The ending made me cry. We hope Tara will form a friendship with another soon.

Ginger Jasper said...

That is a very wonderful story and once again shows us the beautiful bond that animals forge and how strong their feelings. Just magical.. Hugs GJ xx

meowmeowmans said...

The story about Tarra and Bella made me cry. It's so sad about Bella, and my heart breaks for Tarra as she mourns the passing of her best friend. :(

We ARE happy to hear about Cobbie/Danica and Angelica being adopted, and super excited to hear about their negative tests for FIV! That's the power of purrs, prayers and positive energies for sure!

We'll be joining in the movement at 6PM EST tonight. Thanks for the reminder, and for taking part!

ABBY said...

OH we are sadden by the loss of Bella. Poor Tarra. WE know how it is to lose your best friend.

On the complete other paw we are happy to hear that two more sweethearts have found their forever homes and are FIV free! This is great news all around.
purrs
>^,,^<
♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

Tillie and Georgia said...

We also agree with the Katnip Lounge!!!! We are sending as many positive vibes as we can to those in need and purr it helps :)
Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
Tiger,Treasure and JJ

Catherine said...

Such a sad but beautiful story!

Oh that Angelica's ear tufts ~ love it!
xo Catherine

Clooney said...

Wow, what a sad yet powerful and touching story. Thanks for sharing it. We are so happy the kitties found forever homes and are healthy too! Hope all you kitties are having a good week.

Admiral Hestorb said...

what precious great news about that adoptin and that they tested negative.

Animals absolutely DO have feelings. Mom sees evidence of mine and my love for her all of the time.

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