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Animals

Cats

EFT successfully handles a CAT-tastrophe!

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

Hi Everyone,

Kiya Immergluck's client brought home two new kittens and was hoping to peacefully introduce them to her 2 older male cats. This was a "no deal" as jealousy and turf wars clearly showed up. The scenario looked hopeless until EFT was used. Kiya tells us how in this article.

Hugs, Gary


By Dr. Kiya L. Immergluck, EFT-ADV

I was working with a client recently who was grieving the death of one of her 3 cats. Shortly after the death she got 2 kittens from the Animal Shelter. Knowing that the 2 older male cats, "Rusty" and "Jake" would be very unhappy adjusting to kittens coming into their "turf," my client kept her kittens in her den with the door closed for several weeks.

When she attempted to slowly introduce the older cats to the kittens, "Molly" and "Theo," she had to hold Jake or Rusty very securely so they wouldn't kill the kittens.

My client was very concerned that there was no progress at all in terms of the cats getting used to the kittens. Jake and Rusty growled ferociously and could never be left alone in the same room with the kittens.

This week, my client was beginning to lose hope that the animals would ever adjust to one another when she suddenly had an "A-HA" thought: "Maybe I could TAP on them!!"

Since she hadn't learned to do surrogate tapping yet, she picked up each of the older cats separately and tapped directly on their bodies:

Jake allowed her to tap on the top of his head, above and below his eye and on his belly, while she said out loud:

Even though I HATE these kittens and want to kill them, I totally and completely accept myself...

Even though I HATE that these intruders are invading my territory, I totally and completely accept myself...

She did three rounds with each cat, although Rusty would only allow her to tap on his head.

Up until the day she tapped on them, Rusty and Jake had hissed and growled and not allowed the kittens to come anywhere near them.

Later on that afternoon, she walked into the Living Room and found all four cats napping together on the couch (as if there was never a problem)!

When she told some of her friends that she tapped on her cats and now they were getting along, she got some funny looks, but the proof is the "peaceable kingdom" among the animals in her home!

When we hear over and over again to try EFT on EVERYTHING, it really is a great idea!

Dr. Kiya L. Immergluck, EFT-ADV

 

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