2010 – October and November

Published by Cass Horse Whispers on

Welcome to October & November 2010 newsletter!

Dear subscriber,
the end of the year is approaching fast and it is the 1st day of summer here in Australia!
The flies have arrived so make sure you dust out the fly masks to protect your horses’ eyes. However, remember that you should always remove fly masks at night because horses can’t see properly with them and they may injured themselves. A bit like you and I wearing dark sunglasses at night!

Something Big is coming to Australia!

I am pleased to announce that next year, we will be able to accesTORSION Treeless Saddless another brand of treeless saddles: The TORSION® treeless  saddles are coming to Australia!
I haven’t got pictures of them yet but you can view some of the range there: http://www.torsionsaddles.co.uk/torsion-products-treeless_saddles.php

If you are interested in knowing more about them, please feel free to contact me.

Animal Communication

Coincidence or Not?

Do you, like me, wonder why certain things happen or why you meet certain people or decide to adopt this particular animal friend? Are they coincidences? I don’t think so. I believe that whatever happens in your life happens for a reason. Sometimes, the reason is too obscure for us to see at the time but we eventually understand it. Read more…

Horse Care

I have sourced an interesting e-book that you might like: “First Aid hints For The Horse Owner – A Veterinary Note Book“.
Although not new (1934), it is quite comprehensive and has some good treatments that are easy to apply. It has good illustrations and a good section on lameness.
I think it is worth having.
Note: I think I should mention that there is a brief section on how to euthanise a horse. At first, I got upset about it. However, after reading it, I understood that the author wanted to explain a humane way of doing it when no one else is available and the horse is hurt and suffering. These days, you would call a vet.
Read more..

Cat Care

The Cruelty of Claw Removal

One of the most important parts of a cat is its claws. Their claws are used for a variety of tasks which include balancing and climbing. Apart from that, cats also use their claws to stretch, walk and run. Furthermore, the claws on a cat are its most basic form of defence and very important to it. Read more..

Until next month, take all care! Please kiss your pets for me!

Cass
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Cass Horse Whispers

I have a passion for horses and animal communication has opened the doors to a secret world. I am also passionate about animal welfare and justice for them.

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