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Animals

Cats

Helping my cat Noodle to walk again

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated.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.

Here's another useful case that involves using EFT to benefit animals. This time, Baerbel Froehlin, EFT-ADV, CHt helps her aging cat, Noodle, with an injury. She says, "When they took x-rays at the Vet's it looked as if she had small bone pieces broken off which could have caused severe pain. The Vet could not understand how she was so much better now and able to walk almost normal!"


By Baerbel Froehlin, EFT-ADV, CHt

My cat Noodle is the biggest glutton in the world. She often jumps on the counters to get into anything that looks like food to her. She obviously has never forgotten that she almost starved to death as a kitten.

One day she hurt her left hind leg while jumping down from the counter and limped heavily. It was obvious that she was in pain and something was terribly wrong with her leg; she could hardly stand on her feet. That happened during the weekend while I could not reach the veterinarian we usually go to. I was pretty scared myself, seeing her in that much pain. While saying the EFT phrases very loudly with a lot of emphasis, I did very deep breaths after each phrase and held on to her tightly. After I was done both Noodle and I felt relaxed and much more at ease.

"Even though I had to get on the counter to eat the food that I was not supposed to eat .... and hurt myself badly when I jumped down again.... I'm a cool cat"

"Even though I need to eat all the time.....because I remember how hungry I felt as a Kitten.... I now accept my fears that I will never get enough to eat...... and choose to trust there will always be plenty ..."

"Even though my leg really hurts now ..... I like it when my mom taps on me .... makes me sleepy ...... feeling good...... my body can do the healing now .... when I wake up I'll get fed .... I'm looking forward to that..."

"Even though I am constantly craving food..... I promise to remember that I'm 13 years old and have Arthritis .... better be careful ...... but I'm a cool cat and mom loves me... and will always feed me when I'm hungry!"

I tapped on her twice daily, at the end suggesting she "sleep it off" and let her body do the healing.

Because we mostly speak German at home I did say those tapping phrases in German and English, just to be on the safe side with Noodle. After 3 days her walk was almost back to normal and she followed me around as usual. When they took x-rays at the Vet's it looked as if she had small bone pieces broken off which could have caused severe pain. The Vet could not understand how she was so much better now and able to walk almost normal!

Now it is several weeks later and there is no sign of any restriction in Noodle's walking. Often during the day she now comes and wants to be tapped on! I know that because her purring is incredibly loud when I do tap on her.

Noodle's very grateful mom......

Baerbel Froehlin, EFT-ADV., CHt.

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