Animals Talk! Written by Jean Slatter

Several months ago I obtained an adorable Chihuahua from a rescue center. They had named her Ruby May and said she used to be called another name which I have forgotten. When I arrived home with her I asked my new little pet if she liked her name Ruby May. She replied emphatically “No!”

I used a pendulum to receive my yes/no answers letting it swing clockwise for yes and counterclockwise for no. I then proceeded to go through a number of pet names that I thought were cute asking her if she liked them. One by one she ruled them all out.

Finally I asked, “Well do you have a name already picked out that you would like to be called?”  “Yes!” she responded.

“Can you spell it for me?” I asked.  “Sure” she was happy to say.

I got out a chart with the alphabet on it and watched in fascination as the pendulum pointed to a C, O, Z, Y.  Cozy!  I about fell over in astonishment because when I was talking with the rescue lady I asked her if this dog was a good lap dog and she replied, “Oh yes, this is a cozy girl!”

She is indeed a Cozy Girl.


Jean Slatter

Jean Slatter

Jean Slatter is an accomplished author and inspirational speaker who is helping thousands to receive clarity, direction and purpose through their direct access to Higher Guidance.


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1 Comment

  1. Diedra Petrina on January 13, 2009 at 9:22 pm

    I love the story about naming your Chihuahua. I too have used dowsing for naming my minature poodle. I asked my higher guidence, Reka, to help me with this; using the alphabet chart and my pendulum, the name “Hu” came up. This did not make any sense to me so I tried it a second and third time only to come up with the same response. I started doing some research and found out that Hu is chinese. I asked a friend of mine that is from China and found out that Hu means no order; that sums up my little man’s personality in a nut shell.

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