Our cats are psychic. But then telepathic communication is nothing new to animal communicators, who communicate with animals on our behalf when we think we can’t.” Internationally known animal communicator and author Amelia Kinkade writes in The Language of Miracles, “Everybody receives nonlocal information. The real question is how much you pay attention to the signals you get.”
Our fish loving cat Peter Pepper comes running, making his very specific fish meow, every time I go towards the pantry to get a can of tuna, or open the fridge with the intent of pulling out some fish. No fish scent needed.
In the evening, when I get up from the couch to get ready to retire for the night, Peter Pepper looks at me with his soulful eyes and seems to ask, “Is it time?” Then he follows me ritually into the bedroom, even though the cats are not sleeping with us, walks around once or twice, then I kiss him goodnight and tell him I’ll see him in the morning.
My daughter has developed an understanding with our cat Mieze that she can go outside without a leash if she stays within a safe zone and refrains from going under the porch (it took a few cold hose sprays to reinforce that rule). With our daughter off to college, Mieze still expects her daily outings. When she reaches the end of the safe zone I call out her name, and she knows and turns around. When she has had enough dust bath, grass munching, and insect chasing time, she usually runs back towards the porch door on her own.
Previously, I have written about our fledgling animal communication attempts – see link here. Do you hear your animals talking to you?