animal communication

Mind talk and cats: Daisy and the cat carrier caper

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Guest post by Patricia Fry

Have you ever noticed that the cat who is scheduled for a vet or groomer visit is nowhere to be found when it’s time to go? Most mornings, you’ll find our cats curled up in their cozy beds or hanging out in the lap of an overstuffed chair. I walk into the room often and give them a little hug or ruffle up the fur behind their ears. They love the attention. Except when I approach them with an ulterior motive. Then they scurry for parts unknown and the chase is on. How do they know when a car ride is imminent? Maybe this story will shed some light on the mystery.

It was not on Daisy’s agenda that hot summer day to see the groomer. She, no doubt, planned to loll on the linoleum floor, occasionally sauntering over to the closest window to watch the blue jays feed. She didn’t know I’d arranged for a bath and a flea dip. Or maybe she did.

This was in the 1980s, before spot on flea products, and Daisy was supporting a good number of California’s enormous flea population. This was also the time of year when her long calico winter coat shed and tangled with her summer coat, causing mats.Continue Reading

Allegra will be on Pawsitively Pets Radio

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Well, sort of, anyway! On Thurday, January 19, Sandy Robins is hosting a special edition of her popular radio show Pawsitively Pets. Sandy’s only guest for this episode will be renowned animal communicator Dr. Monica Diedrich. She will be giving live readings for pet owners. And Allegra will be one of the animals she’ll “talk to.”

I was asked to submit a photo and questions for Allegra ahead of time, but I, or rather, Allegra, will have an opportunity on the show to respond. So tune in at 2pm Eastern/11am Pacific time tomorrow, Thursday, January 19, to hear what Allegra has to say to Dr. Monica! Click here to listen to the live broadcast.Continue Reading

Win a personalized reading with animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick

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No matter how much you are in tune with your cats, don’t you sometimes wonder what they’re really thinking? An animal communicator may be able to help, and here’s your chance to win a reading with one of the best in the business, Sonya Fitzpatrick.

Fitzpatrick and Temptations® Treats for Cats have teamed up for the “What Do Cats Really Think Contest.” All you need to do is “Like”  Temptations on Facebook between July 7, 2011 and August 3, 2011 and upload a photograph of your cat. 250 winners will be selected to receive results from a personalized reading of that photograph by Fitzpatrick, who is widely regarded as the most experienced and trusted animal communicator in the world. One lucky entrant and their cat will also win the Grand Prize: An opportunity to speak directly with Fitzpatrick via a 30 minute private phone reading. 

Plus, if you’re a winner, you could be part of history. The results from Fitzpatrick’s readings of the 250 winning photographs will be compiled to form what will be a first-of-its kind cat survey that will finally provide insight into what cats really think about topics, including their favorite things to do around the house and with their human companions.
 
People often think of animal communicators as “Dr. Dolittle,” or worse, a sort of psychic who sits in a dark room with a crystal ball. The reality of how animal communicators work is actually based in science. While viewed as controversial by some, research by scientists such as biologist and author Rupert Sheldrake has suggested evidence of telepathic communication. If we accept that animals are thinking, feeling, sentient beings, it is not much of a leap to accept the concept of interspecies communication.
 
Communicating with species other than human is not a new idea. It is an integral part of the culture of many of the worlds’ tribal communities. Individuals such as St. Francis ofAssisi and Jane Goodall have demonstrated animal communication in various ways. We all have this telepathic ability, especially as children. It is often expressed through imaginary friends or by reporting what the family pet “said.” Sadly, as we grow up and are told by our parents and society that these abilities are not normal, we tend to block out this natural way of being. Animal communicators have either never lost this natural ability or have trained themselves to recover it. They connect with the animal’s unique energy and may receive information in pictures or simply as a sense of intuitive knowing. They can then “translate” what they receive into words the animal’s owner can understand.
 
For more information and to enter the sweepstakes, visit http://www.Facebook.com/Temptations. You can learn more about Sonya Fitzpatrick by visiting her website.
 

 

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Free Teleseminar: Simple Energy Techniques for Happy, Healthy Cats

Free Teleseminar
Tuesday, September 28 at 8:00pm Eastern
Simple Energy Techniques for Happy, Healthy Cats

Join us on Tuesday, September 28, at 8pm Eastern Daylight Time for a free teleseminar with Lynn McKenzie, an animal intuitive and founder of AnimalEnergy.com.  Lynn is a world leader in the field of teaching animal communication and animal energy healing. 

This is your opportunity to learn how you can do more for your beloved feline companions to help them through times of stress, discomfort and dis-ease. This teleseminar will teach you some very simple, and easy to do, energy techniques and healing modalities, that you can use to help your feline companions lead happier, healthier lives. It will include techniques that are designed to help with a variety of issues including behavioral, illness, and even emergency situations. You will be surprised at how simple some of these are, yet they yield such powerful results. This class is not intended to replace veterinary care.

The seminar is free, but long distance phone charges may apply.  To participate in the conference, dial 1-712-432-3100.  When prompted, enter conference code 674470.

Book Review: Wagging Tales by Tim Link

Wagging Tales: Every Animal Has a Tale , subtitled Conversations with Our Animal Friends, is a collection of conversations animal communicator Tim Link held with a series of cats, dogs, and even a praying manthis. 

From the publisher:  Many people have a special bond with animals, but few have the ability to understand the innermost thoughts, feelings, and desires of different creatures. Author Tim Link is one such individual–a man blessed with the ability to communicate with animals telepathically.

In this book, the author details some of his most dramatic and moving encounters with the animal kingdom. From helping a lost cat find her way home to comforting a Catalan sheepdog after back surgery, Link shares stories that are both entertaining and heartfelt. A full-time animal communicator and a Reiki energy healer for animals, Link has never failed to reach an animal, even if that animal has transitioned to the next world. In these dramatic and moving stories, Link describes how he communicates with animals, not only in words, but also through feelings, smells, tastes, emotions, and images. By building powerful intuitive connections with other species, Link has transformed the lives of numerous animals and the people who care for them. His stories will transform the lives of readers as well, as they learn to open their minds and hearts to all creatures great and small.

Whether it’s a story of joy, loneliness, or redemption, every animal has a tale, and Tim Link has brought magically resonant tales to life in this powerful collection of stories.

My own experience with animal communication has been that each communicator develops his or her own unique style of accessing and relaying the information they receive from the animals they communicate with.  The spectrum ranges from those who connect directly with the animal’s spiritual nature and convey profound messages of insight and guidance, to others who relay more practical messages.   This book offers a look at how animal communication works for this particular animal communicator.  The stories are sometimes charming, and sometimes heartbreaking.  The author’s love for animals and delight in his role as interpreter between the species as well as his desire to build stronger relationships between animals and humans comes through in each tale told.  

This is a light-hearted and quick read,filled with lots of practical insights about what animals think and feel about their lives, from human work schedules that they don’t like to why they don’t want to share their toys.  The book offers an entertaining and unique look at animals, along with lovely photos and practical pet care tips. 

Tim Link is President and CEO of Link’s Wagging Tales, Inc.  He has been featured nationally and internationally in numerous articles and television and radio programs.  Tim and his wife live near Atlanta, GA, with their many pets.  For more information about Tim, please visit his website.

FTC full disclosure:  a review copy of this book was sent to me by the author.