Tuesday, August 21, 2018

10. What makes her happy?

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7 Responses to “10. What makes her happy?”
  1. Jen says:

    “Sunny days, painting, hearing my name, scratches on my truck up close to my face.”

  2. Tory says:

    Eating Food. Being with Tina. Being in mudand water. A place to lie down. Peace and Quiet.

  3. Karen says:

    Jewel shows me as she is laying stretched out on the ground, sleeping. I see her eating some kind of long grasses or vegetation that she seems to like. Apples, I like apples.

  4. Kerri says:

    Sunshine, water. Being able to roam freely – more freely than she could in her old life. Tina makes her happy, too. Home = happy.

  5. Sue Tanida says:

    Nothing can make me happy. Happiness is an inside attitude. I decide to be happy–at least mostly. I do enjoy some things if that is what you mean. I like scratching my sides on things to get itches off. I like my head petted by my special person. (trainer? showing a woman, caucasian….) I like fresh food, moving around, open land, trees, air, the earth. I like a lot of things.

  6. Debbie Calderon says:

    community, friendship, connections with other elephants is important for Jewel. She feels very bonded with other animals around her.Safety & security where she lives brings her happiness, togetherness. When I ask if there is anything that humans can do for her to help her feel happy I see them bringing her food & stepping back away from her to retreat & give her space. A gentle respect from humans helps her feel happy. It shows another side of humans she didn’t know was there.

  7. daniellemackinnon says:

    So, this OACP has really turned out to be a lesson in understanding the spirit of a rescued animal and how much healing animals are able to create within themselves, when allowed. Look at the information that Jewel has given here-she doesn’t refer once to any of the “ick” she went through in the past. She is living purely in the moment, sure of herself, loving her days of peace. As Sue translated for Jewel, her happiness radiates from the inside out. Wonderful guys!