About Animal Telepathy
Not all animals want to cooperate or connect intuitively when people want to. Like people, some animals are eager, vivid communicators. Some are shy, and some are difficult to understand. As your telepathy connection, I will do my best to pick up on the information you need. I won’t charge you if I can’t get a connection with your animal.
I provide helpful hints to book a session with an animal communicator. Remember that no telepathic communication is a replacement for veterinarian consultation. Never delay that appointment if you have health concerns for your animal.
A photo by email or by post is the tool, I use for contacting your animal. By using just a photo, I will have very little information other than the animal's thoughts. When I can't see the home, other pets, or get other knowledge that will influence me regarding the animal. At this point, I usually need as little info as possible to be sure to gather animal’s ideas.
So, when I begin the session, remember to limit the info like the animal’s name, approximate age, and up to five specific questions you want to be answered by the animal.
Often I can see what your animal companions can add about wellness, pain, the sources of symptoms, and more. Most of us have experienced worry when our animals show signs of distress, illness, fatigue or sensitivity. Sometimes animals can pinpoint the reasons for us, even offering suggestions of what they need.
Over the years, my clients' animals have explained shellfish poisoning, intestinal blockages, food and bedding allergies, teeth problems, and even blindness. Many times open-minded vets have been glad to get the animal's advice and met with success in treating them.
What may have happened in the past that can inform us about your animal today?
Many of our animal companions had experience with humans even before we met them. They may have come across previous owners, training, environments, conditions, and sometimes trauma. In most cases, the animals that we see now may have been different species in their previous lives. These factors impact them and change the way they interact with us.
Sometimes what they tell me about their pasts can explain why they behave as they do, what they need or fear, and how deeply their memories do (or don't) affect them. (Many animals have moved on from trauma, and don't wish to revisit it.)
One of my clients was perplexed by her new young dog, who insisted on using the family bathtub to relieve herself. When I probed about this weird habit, she told me that she had previously lived in a high-rise apartment, where she was trained to use a bathtub. She was very confused by encouragement (and pressure) to go elsewhere to do her business.
When our animals pass away, they often have helpful insights for us, from the spirit side. Losing a beloved animal is as hard as losing a human family member. The grief can be hard to endure, wishing we knew their side of the experience.
Sometimes the circumstances of animal illness and death, and not knowing the animal's wishes, bring people to an animal communicator. It can be very reassuring to hear from the animal's perspective.
It's often asked if euthanasia was timely. Some are curious to know how their animal companions have experienced the bridge between realms. Sometimes, people request the animal to offer signs of love and hope in their daily life.
One of my clients was profoundly grieving and needed to ask her departed cat how she could find peace again. The cat told me she would always feel his presence in the old treehouse he loved. My client's heart was greatly comforted when she revisited his favorite spot.
You can find out about troubling or confusing behavior from your animal's standpoint. Have you ever been confused, even mystified, by your animal companion's behavior? Sometimes they explain with the reasoning we never expected.
Such things as jealousy, grieving a loved one, moving to a new location, or changes of a favorite food can account for odd behavior. It might be unexpected new rules or routines or fears their humans didn't know about.
I once had a client whose dog began dragging the family cat around quite roughly, which he had never done. The dog let us know that this cat had the convenience of a litter box, while the dog had to wait all day for the owners to let him out, and he resented it. His humans had no idea and quickly changed their routine to show more respect for the dog. (By the way: the cat hadn't been taking it personally. She said, "No biggie; this is between the dog and our people.")
Sometimes your animals can offer missing info. What do they need or want? People commonly ask how animals might feel about their food (changes, reactions to food, flavor, wet or dry allergies).
Other questions include how animal companions feel about members of the family (including other pets), what they think about adding new animals to the herd or the house, how they will react to a new home or a neighborhood or a barn, or what items they wish to bring to a kennel or on vacation.
Sometimes our animals need to tell us that changes are not working, like a new bed, collar, household products, or toileting schedule.
One of my dog clients has requested a change of bowl because he couldn't stand the reflection in the shiny metal. I have had animals ask for surprising things, even a favorite toy, giving the location of where it was lost. One dog asked to please bring a particular dog treat, by name, when her human said they'd be moving to another country.