Does Your Pet Have Something to Tell You?

animal group Most pet owners spend countless hours catering to their animals.  Special care is devoted to purchasing just the right flavored food, cute toys, comfortable bedding, leashes, car seats and even expensive clothes for the well-dressed pet.  Kennels now provide deluxe services such as a TV in the pet’s “room” or if you don’t want to disturb your animal’s routine, a pet sitter will come into your home and watch TV with your pet.  All this time, energy and money devoted to making our pets feel loved, secure and happy, but is it working?  Let’s face it…most of it is just plain guesswork on the part of the pet owner.

According to Cherokee Legend it hasn’t always been this confusing to share the same language with animals.   In the old days the beasts, birds, fishes, and insects could all talk and lived with people in peace and friendship.  As time went on the number of people and their sense of self worth increased so profoundly that their settlements spread over the entire earth and the poor animals found themselves forced from their natural environments and slaughtered by man.  Animals weren’t treated respectfully and ceased to speak to people evermore.

Throughout the centuries there has been one group of people claiming they were still able to communicate with animals. Pet psychics, also known as animal communicators, make their living talking with animals telepathically and emphatically.  This communication doesn’t involve speech but rather the sending and receiving of visual images.  Pet owners are interested in knowing the likes and dislikes of their pets or they seek help with behavior or health issues.  An animal communicator can also provide grief counseling to the owner by speaking with the spirit of their departed pet. According to animal communicators, animals pick up pictures in humans brains and are not capable of  reading human thoughts.  So if you want your pet to exhibit a certain behavior have that picture in your mind.  It is all part of the bonding process between the pet and owner.

A session with an animal communicator can be a great source of insight and entertainment; however, it is important to remember that conversations with animals are just another form of communication and are not a replacement for medical or veterinary treatment.  At any sign of illness or behavioral change in your pet consult a medical professional.

Of course, the ultimate source of communication is still a pat on the head, a scratch behind the ear, a rub on the belly and a treat!

 

–Kimberly Stauder