Communicating With Animals |

All my life I have had animals as my friends – Ranging from cats to turtles. With each pet I have found that they communicate quite affectively with me. I’m sure you have had animal friends in your life and felt that they could read your mind and know what you were thinking before you ever made an action or said anything. The reason is quite simple, they are true psychics.Have you ever sat in front of your door in anticipation of the arrival of someone you love fifteen minutes before they arrive?Have you ever found yourself in unknown territory and walked thousands of miles home?Does your behavior change before an earthquake or hurricane?Do you know what is in a can before it is opened?Do you know what someone is thinking about eating before they open the refrigerator?Can you communicate using telepathy?You may not have had these experiences but many animals do. This is why I call them genuine psychics.I have found in my life that my pet’s journey mirrors my own journey. Many times they have been my guide through incredible situations. It’s important to get in touch with your own intuition as this is going to help you with the emotional connection between you and your pet. Enhanced intuition helps us develop our telepathic communication.In Native American Medicine, animals always are our instructors. Animal beings emulate our abilities, talents, and challenges. They are here for us to learn from and become enlightened and walk the sacred path as our spirit guides on Mother Earth. To learn more about what animals are communicating, according to Native American tradition, I recommend the following book: Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals by Jamie Sams, David Carson, Angela C. WernekeDoing a psychic reading on animals is no different then doing a reading for a human. I’m able to connect to the animal and I hear or sense what they have to say. Often I am asked to help locate a lost pet. Many times I see where they are and who they are with, but I cannot give an exact address or location. The animal is always able to tell me what they see. Usually from this my client is able to figure out where they are.As we communicate with animals, we gain insights into our own issues. Our animals’ experiences are opportunities for our own spiritual growth. My intuitive animal sessions can truly open the door to your own self-awareness and to the depth of your relationship with your pet. The possibilities are unlimited when you commune with animals spiritually.In my psychic animal readings I connect you with the higher self of your animal, and you learn from each other. It is not necessary for me to be in you or your animal’s physical presence in order to connect with your pet. Since I connect with you and your animal spiritually I do not need a photograph of your pet as we move beyond third dimensional aspects.Let me help you connect with your pet spiritually. It helps with animal behavior, letting the animal and human know what each other expects of them. It can also affect the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health of your pet and your own self.

Unreported Airline Animal Deaths |

I was stunned when I learned of an airline industry loophole in reference to reporting animal deaths. I was reading about a puppy that was crushed to death in her crate on the tarmac of a major international airport by being run over by a baggage conveyor machine. Yet, this animal’s death was not included in the airline’s reported total animal fatalities.How could this be? It’s because the puppy was being transported by a breeder. She was being shipped by a business to be someone’s pet, but she wasn’t someone’s pet yet. The word “animal” for purposes of having to report a death in the airline industry means one “that is being kept as a pet in a family household in the United States”. So any injured or killed commercially owned animals being shipped by breeders, farms, pet stores, laboratories, etc., don’t have to be reported to the U.S. Department of Transportation. What a loophole!!Of course, airline officials say accidents with animals are rare. The numbers reported to the U.S. Department of Transportation would actually support that in light of the thousands of animals being shipped on airlines each year. Bear in mind though, those numbers reflect only family pets. The public’s perception of animal safety on airlines is as skewed as those numbers.Although this loophole is supported by the animal and transportation industries, it doesn’t reflect the intent of the original reporting law. U.S. Senator Robert Menendez is the author of the original reporting law and he was quoted in the AJC saying “I believe current policies do not reflect Congressional intent. I am surprised and disappointed that animals covered by this law have been defined in such a narrow fashion.” Obviously, he’s concerned by what’s happening. When spokesperson Bill Adams from the U.S. Department of Transportation responded, he said the agency’s definition of an animal “properly carries out the mandates of the statute.”Surprise, surprise … no one takes responsibility! Meanwhile, defenseless animals pay the price. Often the ultimate price. So what can we do? Put pressure on the Department of Transportation through our congressmen or women for a start. Demand they take another look at this issue. Meanwhile, make sure to report any incidents you may see on animal welfare while traveling, to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Service at [email protected] or by calling 301-734-7833.