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June 22nd - July 22nd
Your creativity kicks in at the beginning of the week and stays pretty active most of the week. Monday through Wednesday is a great time to make some pet treats by hand, is an excellent use of your time - not to mention a good move for your budget - and Thursday and Friday are good days to write pet-related poems, songs, and stories. Pet-related drama is possible on Saturday and Sunday, and if you don't want to be in the middle of it, it's best to keep your true opinions to yourself.
Things have been slow going, but you finally reach the goal you and your pet have been working toward on Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday a new pet-related idea comes to you, but you may not have the resources to move it forward for quite some time. Planning is key on Thursday and Friday, but your spontaneous side wants to come out and play on Saturday and Sunday. As long as your pet seems comfortable, go for it.
Find practical applications for all of your pet's energy on Monday. The Moon energy can out you out of synch with your animal pal on Tuesday and Wednesday, so try not to second-guess yourself; it's OK if you're not on the same page. You feel more secure with your pet on Thursday and Friday than you do with them on any other day of the week, so these are good days to expose them to new people who may not be as comfortable around animals as you are.
Overeating can be an issue for you or your pet on Monday, so be sure to get lots of exercise to compensate for any extra calories consumed. You have good pet-related ideas on Tuesday and Wednesday, but not a lot of follow-through. Ask a friend for help with the details. Your mind is on something else on Thursday and Friday, so it's possible you'll forget about your pet responsibilities. Focus your attention on your animal pal on Saturday and Sunday to make up for it.
Other people are receptive to your pet ideas on Monday, so take advantage of it. You want someone else to be the voice of authority on Tuesday and Wednesday, but that might confuse your pet. You need to be the one giving commands through Friday if you want them to listen. If you can afford to splurge on something for your pet on Saturday or Sunday, do it. They deserve the best!
A pet issue isn't necessarily black and white on Monday. There are shades of gray that should be considered. You may think you can handle your pet alone on Tuesday and Wednesday, but you're better off asking for help. This one might be more difficult than you think. Your pride is easily wounded on Thursday and Friday, and because your pet is an extension of yourself, they have the ability to embarrass you. Don't take anyone's comments personally on Saturday and Sunday; they're just jealous!
Do some soul searching about a pet matter on Monday; you should see clearly enough to make a final decision. Communication may be strained between you and your animal pal on Tuesday and Wednesday, so take care to be very clear with your commands. Your mood is mellow on Thursday and Friday, but the pace gets a little more hectic on Saturday and Sunday. Go with the flow and see where it takes you; your pet is eager to come along for the ride.
Being jealous of your pet leads nowhere at the beginning of the week. Take things as they come and try not to get too worked up on Tuesday and Wednesday - going with the flow allows you and your pet to accomplish your goals working together rather than separately. Your reputation is at stake when you talk about pet issues on Thursday and Friday, so choose your words very carefully. The big picture comes into focus on Saturday and Sunday. Take some time to figure out where your pet fits in.
Nov 22 - Dec 21
Dec 22 - Jan 19
Flexibility is key to a healthy relationship with your pet on Monday. Small details become more important on Tuesday and Wednesday, especially when it comes to pet-related papers and electronic files. Your intuition helps tune you into a pet's mood on Thursday and Friday, and if you find their mood is down, try to cheer them up with a new toy or outing. The more you let your pet wander on Saturday and Sunday, the bigger your problems may become.
Focusing on small pet issues on Monday will free you up to focus on bigger issues later in the week. The outcome is up to you when it comes to your pet's behavioral issues on Tuesday and Wednesday; if you act calm, they will, too. There's no reason to take someone for their word on Thursday and Friday, especially if what they're saying doesn't make sense. You get a clear indication of how to solve a pet problem on Saturday and Sunday; follow if up with action as soon as possible.
Pets and children are a great combination on Monday, so if the opportunity arises for your pet to mingle with kids, take it. Cut to the chase as soon as possible when asking a pet-related question on Tuesday and Wednesday. If you have an expert's ear, don't waste valuable time with unimportant details. The end of the week brings changes to your life that may affect your relationship with your pet. Sort through all potential options between Thursday and Sunday before making your final choice.
A friend or relative has a definite opinion about your pet on Monday, but that doesn't mean you have to change our way of doing things. Other people's opinions are helpful but shouldn't be treated as gospel between Monday and Wednesday. Spend any free time you have on Thursday and Friday pampering your pet, because on Saturday and Sunday you may be too busy to give them the attention they deserve.