We can have meaningful communications with animals. It is true! Animals communicate through telepathy. They communicate using words, pictures, feelings, thoughts, and/or emotions. Some animals are very talkative and easy to understand, others will communicate with pictures or feelings but not words.
As humans, we learn to rely on verbal communication and our telepathic skills are pushed aside and become rusty. Like a muscle, unless used regularly, these skills become weak and inefficient. Humans, given the proper mindset and training, have the ability to communicate telepathically with all species.
We can meet in person or just send me a picture of your pet/animal. We can discuss what questions you would like answered in person, via email or by telephone. Sometimes it is better to not have too many details about what is going on, it can help me stay open and receptive in the communication. Once I do the communication we will go over it together. Animals sometimes come to me after the initial communication, having thought of things in a new light or having forgotten something they wish their owner to know.
An owner’s two cats where fighting and he wanted to know why. I first talked to the female cat. I began by introducing myself to them both – I was there in person - and I could see both cats doing a double take to each other, saying “Did she just talk to us?!” :) First I asked the female cat what the fighting was about. I didn’t know who was causing it. She used words and said she didn’t know why he was attacking her but she didn’t like it. I saw a picture of how the male cat was bothering her. Then I spoke to the male cat. He said he sometimes felt frustrated and he would act it out on her. I asked him why he became frustrated; and I felt that if he wasn’t getting enough pets and attention from his people he felt this way. Animals, like people, are unique and have different needs. The female cat was getting her needs met, the male needed a little more attention.
The owner wanted to know how his dog could feel more secure and less nervous. I kept seeing a picture of the kitchen and then a dog bed there. This dog communicated through picture and sensations. He was saying that a bed in the center/ hearth of the house would help him feel more a member of the household. This dog could sleep anywhere – the bed, couches – but for some reason the kitchen was where he wanted to feel a part of things. In addition, he felt a bit adrift as a pet sitting around all day with nothing to do. As a smart working breed he needed a purpose, like a job.
Moving video on animal communication: How leopard Diablo Became Spirit