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Animal Welfare Fundraiser

Internationally acclaimed animal communicator, Anna Breytenbach stunned guests with her true to life examples of communicating with animals and how this is accessible to everyone at the Animal Welfare charity breakfast held at Hamilton’s Country venue this past Saturday, the 20th of July. The sell-out event was hosted and made possible by Rushmere Noach Incorporated, SPAR and Mazars in support of the charity.

“Animal communication is a natural ability that we all have” said Professional Animal Communicator, Anna Breytenbach.

According to Anna, we are all communicating on an intuitive level with our animals. It is simply a matter of getting in touch with our intuition and accessing something that isn’t part of our everyday five-sensory reality. By connecting with our intuition, we can engage in meaningful dialogue and remember how to hear the subtle messages from those whose space we share in our lives and our natural environment.

“Coming from a place of respect and reverence for all life, we can learn to understand our wilder relatives, honour their truths and live in great harmony.” said Anna.

Anna began her presentation with the showing of the documentary ‘The Animal Communicator’ which is due for release this month. Guests wept at the moving story of Diablo, a deadly snarling leopard on the Garden Route who is transformed to a relaxed content cat. Anna presented on here global work, detailing missions relating to the dolphins and Whales in Japan, to the closer shores of Hermanus as well as an upcoming trip on the Mozambique coast. Liane Koorsse, Director at Rushmere Noach Incorporated commented that “Her passion and love for animals, and respect for all the species of our planet, was felt by all, we were delighted to bring Anna to the community of Port Elizabeth in aid of Animal Welfare.”

The Animal Welfare Society hosted an animal parade with some of their much loved dogs who were looking for a home. A wonderfully happy moment presented itself when a boerbull cross bull mastiff ‘Jessie’ who had been looking for a home for three years found his ‘forever family’ at last, at the breakfast., “There are many animals needing good homes and the AWS welcomes the public to come and visit these animals and support us any which way they can.” said Albert Lynch, Chairman of the Animal Welfare Society Port Elizabeth. Nerissa Walton from SPAR made special public mention of the great support received by the public at the breakfast “It’s a cause very close to our hearts, and my mom and I are always looking out for more ways that we can help, despite our efforts one always feel you just can never do enough. I know most of you will agree, animal causes need our ongoing support and commitment.”

The event was well supported by the community with over 150 tickets being sold overnight. Anna is due to host workshops in Port Elizabeth later this year and one can follow her website for more information