- Is your best friend ill, or getting older?
- Are you wondering how you will know when it is time to say goodbye?
- Are you emotional, and feeling guilty or unsure of what to do?
This is a very difficult time for you and your pet. Emotions are on edge. How can you really “hear” what your loving pet has to say? Animal communication can help you understand your pet’s emotions and needs.
Animal communication is telepathically talking with a pet. It is like tuning into a radio station as you drive down the road. The animal communicator sets the intention of talking to your pet and the conversation begins.
Each animal communicator has their own way of receiving information:
- Some hear words from pets
- Some feel pain and emotions
- Some see pictures that the animals send them, or just “know” what is being transmitted
- All animal communicators can help you
Animal communication can help with questions like:
- Is he is pain? Is he suffering?
- What does she want to do before she dies? Is there anyone she wants to see and say goodbye? Yes, animals have Bucket Lists too.
- Is he ready to go or does he have “more to do?”
- Do you have messages you'd like to pass to him?
- Do you want to ask questions about how she wants to be memorialized?
- And the hardest question “Is it time?”
Any question you want to ask is appropriate. This is for you. Animals are very honest and opinioned on their life and death, and they want to share their unconditional love and gratitude with you.
Many people find that animal communication helps with the guilt of making such a difficult decision for your best friend:
"Is it too early?" or "Did I wait too long?"
These conversations are precious, and a gift from your animal companion.
After your best friend passes on, an animal communicator can still talk with her. Your beloved pet can reassure you that you made the right decision, and that she's grateful for the help. She will send you unconditional love. These communications help many people during the grieving process, and help to bring peace of mind.
Thank you to Elaine Garley from Animal Bridges for providing this information!