A new survey for you to express your opinions.

We want to know what you think about how viewing pets as your family members has affected the decisions you make everyday. We have constructed a survey that is quick and easy to fill out. There is space for your comments and short examples.

The results of this survey will help us to be more informed about how human-animal families are shaping society in today’s world. It will also offer some factual data to companies, organizations, and services so that they can better meet your needs as pet parents of furbabies.

We hope to do some extensive writing about the topics in this survey. The questionnaire will provide a means for us to contact people for interviews so we can follow up on their comments.

The first 25 people who complete the survey questions, provide a minimum of one example in each of the survey’s categories, and send the survey back to us will receive a book from the Angel Animals series as an expression of our gratitude. So go right away to www.petfriendlyamerica.com. Copy-paste the “Angel Animals Pet-Friendly Survey” into an email letter. Then thoughtfully fill it out and return the survey to us.

Thank you in advance for responding to this request. Your answers and information will help you to express your opinions and state your needs about what products and services would most help you to provide a better home for your pets. Improving pet-friendliness throughout countries and cultures will lead to fewer animals being abandoned and more pets being adopted into safe and loving homes.

Fill out the Pet Friendly Survey today. Your voice will be heard.  Go to www.petfriendlyamerica.com.

What do you want the world to know about how to support your home, values, and lifestyle with an animal family member?

Allen and Linda Anderson
Angel Animals Network

Have you ever found healing through a cat’s purr?

We were talking to someone this week about a terrific but little-known relief for migraine headaches — a cat’s purr.

In our book ANGEL CATS, we wrote about a study by Elizabeth von Muggenthaler. She’s a bioacoustics specialist at Fauna Communications Research Institute in North Carolina. This researcher found that a cat’s purr is within the frequency range of 25 to 40 cycles per second (Hz). Exposure to 20 to 50 Hz frequencies increases bone density, relieves pain, and heals muscles.

There are people who claim that if they have a migraine, and a purring cat lies next to their head, it relieves the headache.

Go to this great video clip to listen to a cat’s purr — one of nature’s most beautiful sounds: http://tinyurl.com/l4292b

Have you ever found healing through a cat’s purr?