Where is Biggles?

What if your animal friend went missing?

This is an essential guide book for all animal lovers, based on the author’s own personal story of Biggles, a fluffy, ginger tom getting out of his box on the runway of Cape Town International Airport, and how and why it took six weeks to get him back.
Using very practical steps in the art of animal communication, Wynter Worsthorne helps you to know what to do if your beloved animal companion decides to go walk-about.

Where is Biggles? includes stories from many animal lovers about how, by using Wynter’s reliable techniques, they have found their missing animal friends.

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Product Description

Where is Biggles?” is a practical and spiritual guide on how to cope and what to do if your animal friend goes missing.
Based on the concept of animal communication, and initiated by the event of Wynter’s own cat “Biggles”, escaping from his travel box on the runway at Cape Town international Airport and going missing for 6 weeks, it is a must read for all animal lovers.
This very practical, warmly written guide helps people understand why their animals may go walkabout, and most importantly helps people calm their fears about this worry.
Amongst the practical exercises, Wynter has added some of her own success stories in tracking missing animals, and the end chapters are a collection of stories from her colleagues and students as well as people who have had no formal training in animal communication.

Showing you that we can all communicate with our animal friends, even in desperate circumstances.

For sale as a Kindle Edition e-book from Amazon Kindle Books
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Or if residing in South Africa, click here to purchase from amazon.com Amazon Kindle Books

South African residents can purchase Where is Biggles as a physical book from LOOT.CO.ZA

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