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Crystals and Pets - Followup

This blog post is a response I gave to a Crystal Friend who wanted to know about her cat and its reaction to some of her crystals.

If you are curious about crystals and pets, this is a followup to that original blog post (here is a link) on the topic of crystals and pets. Read on for the question and response.

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CRYSTAL GRID IDEAS FOR REPRESENTATIVE GRIDS (3 of 3)

This is the third and final in the series of crystal gridding, crystal grid ideas. Use this blog post to spark your own ideas of what you might like to grid.

WHAT TYPE CRYSTALS SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?

crystal grid ideasThere is no limit to the type of crystals appropriate for gridding. To keep the focus of this post from expanding further, I will limit my suggestions to the different types of clear quartz crystal only. Remember you can add in other types of gemstones as you wish.

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CRYSTALS AND OUR PETS AND PLANTS

Today we're going to discuss the different ways we might work with crystal to increase the vibration of our non-human family (and how they likewise might enjoy these interactions). We'll talk about cats, dogs, fish, birds, plants and trees...

CATS AND DOGS

Cats and dogs react to crystals in different ways. For example, my friend Renee has a bowl of crystals that her cat likes to touch. She said it uses its little paw and moves them gently here to there.

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CRYSTAL GRIDDING FOR ANIMALS and PLANTS

GRIDDING FOR PETS (FURRED, FEATHERED and FINNED) 

Daisy - petAnimals also benefit from crystal grids. My umbrella cockatoo, Daisy, is particularly high strung. She was going nutty from hormones and frustration because her mate was not responding to her advances. Guess who she thinks her “mate” is? That's right, it's me. It makes for an awkward situation. I was starting to approach my wits end because she was so nervous, jittery and cranky. There was really nothing I could do to help her. Well, Crystal People to the rescue!

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