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Charms for animals
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Greetings,

I've recently became a foster carer for felines (Cats & Kittens)and would love a simple charm or perhaps some form of an incarnation to wish these beautiful creatures good luck with whoever chooses to adopts them and give them a happy life.

Anything would be very much appreciated.

PS wouldn't mind have a suggestion to protect my personal feline companion whom is an indoor/ outdoor cat though I want him to stay close to me, just can't find anything.

Sincerely.

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Re: Charms for animals
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 2

Hey, thank you for taking care of animals in need! I'm thinking of doing similar one day, maybe.

As for the visiting cats, I'd probably suggest spoken spells more than anything else for their adoption, and perhaps intention-related items hung around the home for the rest (such as protection, happiness, etc.).

With your own, however, I ran across an additional thing which seems sweet: There are people who make small amulets with small stones to hang on pets' collars. I would link a site with a more pet-specific correspondence chart, but I don't endorse them nor their high prices, so I won't add the link here. But it can be found with a quick web search. The amulets are small polished stones (quartz, obsidian, etc., sometimes a pair of smaller ones) wrapped in copper wire so they can be added to the collar without being a hindrance to the animal.

Some advice I would add is to be careful with deities. Bast is often a quickly recommended goddess, but some people have issues with her, their own UPG being that she has specific requirements that they may not be able to fulfill (in one case, the person working with Bast found she required intact cats, and theirs were spayed and neutered -- again, their personal experience, and not everyone's). Of course, it is your own experience and belief which matters most.

Something else which I'm hoping you already know, being a cat owner, is to be extremely careful of any spells calling for essential oils. Cats can't handle most of these, and application to the fur (and thus the skin, as well as being an ingestion risk) can make a cat very sick or even kill it. A former girlfriend of mine thought it would be a good idea to apply some lavender oil to my cat, following some claim it would repel fleas or something. My poor cat almost died because of it.

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Re: Charms for animals
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
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I also foster cats and kittens and help re-home them, so I am quite pleased to see you undertaking such an endeavor. I assume if you work for a foster group or shelter, they already doa thorough background check and home visit before allowing adoption, so that will at least make certain that the individuals adopting the cats and kittens are doing so with the best interest of the furbaby in mind.

Something I also do, personally, is have monitored play sessions with the adopter and the cat(s). This lets you see how the people and cats will interact, how the cats react to them, etc.You also need to make sure that the cats will get along well with any other animals that the adopters might have, and how they will interact or take to small children. Some cats need to be in a one cat only home. Others have special needs (medications, chronic illness, etc) that the adopter(s) need to be aware of and ready to take on.

Sometimes a person will want to adopt a cat, but the cat just doesn't take to them, and a better forever home and pet parents need to be found. Cats have their own personalities and are quick to let you know how they feel about anyone new in their environment.

All that said, to add to what Prsona has already posted, something very simple you can do is attach bells to the cat's collar (most cat collars already come with them). Bells have long been believed to be able to ward off negative vibrations and attract positive energy. You can bless the collar and bell with the intent of bringing prosperity, love, and happiness to the cat to be adopted.

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Thank you for the suggestions, sadly in my parts some of thefelines I and my mother help look after until their adoptions at shelters

(or in my case Pet Barn) on other occasions people who have seen them on our adoption page will want to come by the house to see them which is nice since I feel like that's the better option for getting to know the one behind the screen rather than dropping them of to sit in a cage.

However, the reason for this post is due to some of these house visits when it comes to meeting the person for my current kit I'm fostering (from what my Mothers perspective) is that you don't feel like they will look after them right.

Which is why I'm writing this, what I'd mostly find useful right now and in the future, is to help find suitable adopters who aren't cruel (poking a baby cat with a stick on first meeting being the case in point as of this posting) another good point is spoken carnations are best and which one I should go for?

Thank you for these marvellous suggestions.

Sincerely

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