This is a wonderful video that shows the incredible power of trust that can be shared between humans and animals. And the healing that can happen when an animal has been adopted and former abused and is full of fear.
This technique can be learned by everybody and is so full of pure love.
They have a Free amazing introduction course that would benefit anybody, so I am sharing it here for those of you that may ve intrested.
@IngridAurora Wishing you a warm welcome to the forum community and thank you for sharing this video.
I’ve seen this shared before in the horse community that I was in and watched it then. It’s so lovely how at ease the animals all feel.
Did you know that you can add your THS home listing to your forum profile? That way you can connect with other members and they can offer helpful feedback and tips.
Here is how:
I can also do that for you if you would like me to.
Please also feel free to use the spyglass and search for topics and ongoing discussions on the forum.
You mentioned rescues in your post so you might like this topic and a few others:
Fostering rescue animals is one of my biggest passions in life.
I have volunteered at city run animal shelters in Los Angeles, and small volunteer run rescues in San Diego. I am currently volunteering as the Director of Events at
The Animal Pad dog rescue and I love it. I help coordinate adoption and fundraising events throughout the San Diego community to help our rescue dogs find forever homes. In fact, that is how I first heard of TrustedHouseSitters. They PAWtnered with The Animal Pad (TAP)…
Years ago I read about a group in New York City that periodically stages “impromptu” events to spread joy to people who happen to pass by. This morning this was in my email box waiting to bring a smile to my face:
I love this group and the silly things they do to bring joy into the world!
The things that bring us joy can be big or small. The important thing is that we take time to notice and appreciate them.
So, what brought you joy today?
Just for a bit of fun share the most recent pet photo you have in your camera roll (and yes - we know there will be many, but the rule is it needs to be the last one you took!).
Ready? Let’s see those pets…