An Endangered Species Returns Home on Earth Day- Meet Django, the Costa Rican Jaguarundi

“I had the most amazing week, culminating with the best 2 second experience ever.

I was driving on the 2-lane highway when I saw a wild cat, a jaguarundi, lying in the middle of the road.  I stopped traffic both ways while our vet and a biologist brought him to the side of the road, palpating him to see if anything was broken.

Django.jpg

Unable to obtain a box, we put him, unconscious, on a cardboard stretcher, and our vet rode in the backseat with him while I drove to the closest vet clinic.  As we arrived, I hit a pothole, the jaguarundi came to, jumping wildly into the trunk.

2

It took 2 vets to contain him and get him out.

It was apparent that he had been hit by a car so he was driven 1 ½ hours for exams and xrays.

Such a miracle, no broken bones!

6

He needed to recuperate from the accident and eat before we could release him.

For 5 days we couldn’t get him to eat anything.

7

Inspiration struck, maybe if we fed him live animals he would eat. Jaguarundis are in danger of extinction so we had to try it.

We moved him into a large enclosure where he felt safer because he had a place to hide under this crate.

8.jpg

Finally, on Earth Day, we knew he was strong enough to go back to the wild without becoming prey.

We took him back to the location where we found him, making sure he was way off the highway.

9.png

When releasing him we didn’t know what would happen.  He was an amazing sight, he moved so fast he was a blur! Those were the most amazing 2 seconds of my life!  He was wild and free again, as nature intended!”

Jennifer Rice PhD
President of Kids Saving The Rainforest
www.kidssavingtherainforest.org

Animal Communication to the Jaguarundi Rescue!

Anna was called upon to do an animal communciation session with him early on to help assess the damage and to support his journey.  The following is from her communication with Jennifer:

“Hoping your boy is doing a little better today, Jennifer.

Immediately I felt the need to activate Reiki; energy healing and have this run the whole time throughout my connection.  It seems he needs the energy the most in order to be supportive of his whole situation.  Man-induced and surprised are sensations that are forthcoming.  Extreme discomfort and extreme distrust rule.  He isn’t connecting the same as all of your others with great details, intention, forthcoming, willingness and understanding of the situation.  Instead, he feels very leery of what is possible and guarded, even mistrusting of all.    All of your others understood the possibilities through animal communication and were definitely strong in their connections.

He once roamed, I believe, and obviously no longer does.  In and out of this conversation, not holding any strength.  His connection is weak and his ability to connect is reflected evenly so.  I realize he is on the small size, frightened, concerned, in discomfort.  He shows himself at the rescue and although in good hands, he’s unable to surrender.

There are no clear answers.  Weak is what comes forward.  A lack of life, listless.  Confused, concerned, worries.  Scared, frightened, mistrusting.  Low energy, low life force.  The main piece that comes through is extreme discomfort which is man-induced.

With energy running it is questionable how this little fellow is doing.  He doesn’t show any enclosure, or running around.  He doesn’t show that he is picking up.  Instead, there is no clarity around his situation.  However, it all feels to be internal and not external.  A bit of a mystery.   Not sure he is expecting to make it through.  I do not feel a blockage, nor external damage.  More like an internal situation that he may not even be able to explain.  Feels like he has lost all appetite and realizes he needs this for survival.  Feels like pain, discomfort and no ability to process food.  He doesn’t show bleeding or any fluids leaking from his body.  He shoes confusion.  It’s happening to him…his mind remains clear, his body is reacting.

I’m letting him know he remains in good hands.  That veterinary care is there and all are doing all they can to help him through.  Sending copious amounts of energy and will include my private group into the mix for additional healing powers.

Please let me know how he does.

Hugs from here…wish I could be of more help.”

Jennifer:

“You are spot on!  Everything you said is accurate.   HE ATE!!  I HAVE NEVER BEEN SO RELIEVED IN MY LIFE.”

For more on Kids Saving the Rainforest:

Kids Saving The Rainforest
www.kidssavingtherainforest.org
Like us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kids-Saving-the-Rainforest/146280833519
You Tube:  http://www.youtube.com/user/kstrcr
https://www.instagram.com/kidssavingtherainforest/

Blog:  http://kstr.wordpress.com/

To Donate:  http://www.kidssavingtherainforest.org/

 

For more on Animal Communication or to schedule a session with Anna, go here:

http://www.reachouttohorses.com/animalcomm.html

Meet the Wiliest of All Coyotes!

And Voila! Tricky, the toughest coyote ever, rests in a cage after its ordeal - which it survived with just some scrapes to its paw!
And Voila! Tricky, the toughest coyote ever, rests in a cage after its ordeal - which it survived with just some scrapes to its paw!

Hit by a car at 75mph, embedded in the fender, road for 600 miles – and SURVIVED!

When a brother and sister struck a coyote at 75mph they assumed they had killed the animal and drove on.
They didn’t realize this was the toughest creature ever to survive a hit-and-run.
Eight hours, two fuel stops, and 600 miles later they found the wild animal embedded in their front fender – and very much alive.
Daniel and Tevyn East were driving at night along Interstate 80 near the Nevada-Utah border when they noticed a pack of coyotes near the roadside on October 12.
When one of the animals ran in front of the car, the impact sounded fatal so the siblings thought there no point in stopping.
‘Right off the bat, we knew it was bad,’ Daniel explained. ‘We thought the story was over.’

After the incident around 1am, they continued their 600 mile drive to North San Juan – even stopping for fuel at least twice.
But it was only when they finally reached their destination at 9am did they take time to examine what damage they may have sustained.
At first it looked as though it was going to be quite gruesome.

‘[Daniel] saw fur and the body inside the grill,’ Tevyn East said. ‘I was trying to keep some distance. Our assumption was it was part of the coyote – it didn’t register it was the whole animal.’
Daniel East got a broom to try and pry the remains out of the bumper and got the shock of his life.

‘It flinched,’ Tevyn East said. ‘It was a huge surprise – he got a little freaked out.’

'We knew it was bad': Tevyn East, who  was in the car when it hit the coyote, bends down to take a look at the fur poking through the fender.
'We knew it was bad': Tevyn East, who was in the car when it hit the coyote, bends down to take a look at the fur poking through the fender.
Fur Pete's sake: What Mr. East spotted as he bent down to inspect the damage to his car - the body of the coyote poking out through the radiator.
Fur Pete's sake: What Mr. East spotted as he bent down to inspect the damage to his car - the body of the coyote poking out through the radiator.

Wily Coyote: The animal's head can be seen as rescuers took apart the front fender to save it after it was struck by the car at 75mph.
Wily Coyote: The animal's head can be seen as rescuers took apart the front fender to save it after it was struck by the car at 75mph.

Miracle Escape: As the animal struggled, wildlife protection officials put a loop around its neck to prevent it from further injuring itself.  The front of the car is completely taken apart as the coyote begins to wriggle free.
Miracle Escape: As the animal struggled, wildlife protection officials put a loop around its neck to prevent it from further injuring itself. The front of the car is completely taken apart as the coyote begins to wriggle free.

And Voila! Tricky, the toughest coyote ever, rests in a cage after its ordeal - which it survived with just some scrapes to its paw!
And Voila! Tricky, the toughest coyote ever, rests in a cage after its ordeal - which it survived with just some scrapes to its paw!

Anna and the Bear

For those of you who don’t know the story, the “teacher” Sean is talking about is Anna.  The part that was left out of his story was the very loud and very long procession of “carefully selected” words that came out of her mouth after she realized she had just come across a bear.  Probably a good thing that Mary left that part of the story out.

Thanks Mary and Sean.

Mary's school - Web