Animals Talk!

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.


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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