Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Reflection

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel   (Listen while you read)

CavalierKingCharleseleana400shutterstock_162558239I’m a soppy little dog in need of love. Please look at me, please do.

Don’t send me away, for I have nothing to do. Boo Hoo.

I’d dearly love to do something with you. I’d love to do something with you.

(Won’t you come and play with me? Won’t you come, please do. I’d love to spend some time with you; I certainly would; this is true.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel personality needs company; this is true. He/she when left alone frets, more often than not. This is a part of a personality that delights in having true companionship.

And, what is meant by ‘true companionship’?

What is meant by this is the fact that there are some personalities that require ‘alone’ time; and there are those who enjoy themselves more when they are conversing with others. And this is true for Cavalier King Charles personality. They need the company and conversation that only being in the company of others can bring.

However;,unfortunately for this personality type, they can be a little quick to choose their company. Being in such need necessitates that they ‘put to one side’ those feelings that may otherwise prove to be their dearest friend. Those friends being; discernment, understanding, wisdom, compatibility, and on and on and on; you get the drift.

Yes, being in need can place this personality in danger, and we would not want our friend the Cavalier King Charles personality to come ‘unstuck’ by not having his/her wits about them.)

Carolyn Page  –  ABC of Spirit Talk

Image Credit:  eleana / Shutterstock.com

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