The more the years pass, the more our society really takes our animals into consideration. However, although this reflection is progressing, it is still quite slow. Fortunately, for people who care about their felines, there are various methods available today to guarantee their well-being. If you haven’t heard of it yet, animal communication is developing more and more, and is possible with our friend the cat. Here is some information before considering it (or not) with your hairball.
Animal communication: what is it?
Animal communication is a silent dialogue between a human and an animal. This discussion can be explained by a transmission of ideas by waves or telepathically. All the senses are called upon to convey certain messages more easily (smells, sounds, sensations, images, etc.). This exchange is based on meditation, intuition and respect.
The goal is to get in touch with our little companions to understand them, ask them questions and accompany them as best as possible. This interaction can take place with both living and dead animals. Communication can also be considered if a cat is lost in order to maximize the chances of finding it.
Course of a session and reasons
A session with your cat can be done face-to-face or remotely (you will then have to give a photo allowing you to view the animal concerned). The only thing you need to do is prepare your questions in advance in order to pass them on to the person doing the communication. Thereafter, she will get in touch with your cat, question them and note the different answers obtained. If cooperative, the exchange will then give material for a detailed account.
Different modules exist and the number of questions may vary. In addition, the subject of the intervention is specific to each individual (if there is a specific one). The goal remains to understand and sometimes even to help the animal. Here is a non-exhaustive list of reasons for requesting communication for your cat:
- Make sure everything is fine, hear and listen to potential advice
- Ask questions following behavior that does not resemble him (uncleanliness, aggressiveness, stress, fear, etc.)
- Informing them of a change (moving, new family member, etc.)
- Know the past of your cat if you adopted it
- Know if it is in pain somewhere, why, and what to do to relieve them (without setting aside a veterinary follow-up)
- Find out if a sick or dying animal has a message for its owner
- Making sure our deceased animals are at peace and hearing their messages
Although this dialogue is an important tool for ensuring the well-being of your animal, it does not in any way replace veterinary advice. Moreover, this practice does not stem from an exact science, so you have to be able to take it with a grain of salt. Indeed, some results may turn out to be absolutely true and others less precise.
Thus, animals can transmit a large number of messages to us. The key is to succeed in interpreting and understanding them. In the end, everyone is free to believe in these communications or not, but it is possible that the most reluctant will also be the most surprised!