I recently communicated with a cat, Vito, who told me that his people were thinking of adding another feline to the household. Vito was one of two Maine Coon-cross brothers, one of whom had been diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening condition.
Vito's people hadn't mentioned a word to me about another cat, but I listened carefully when Vito told me that he was aware of such a plan, and that he had definite ideas about it. He clearly let me know that he wouldn't want another male in the family, but might consider welcoming a young female. When I relayed Vito's comments to his people, they were taken aback, because they had never actually talked about the idea of adding a new cat in Vito's presence.
But they admitted that they had been thinking about it, and that they had even discussed it by telephone with their vet, but not from their home. They had been careful not to say anything out loud, not wanting to upset Vito, or his brother, Joe. It didn't matter. Using his telepathic prowess, Vito had picked up his people's intentions, in spite of their best efforts to conceal them.
It's difficult to keep secrets from your animal companions, and while they are not tuned into every thought that runs through your mind, they are often quite aware of ideas or plans that could directly affect them. You can use this knowledge to intentionally send positive messages, or to give them advance notice of upcoming changes or events. You can also use your own telepathic abilities to support your animals when they are not feeling well by visualizing them as healthy and happy. You may be surprised at how well they respond.
Maureen Harmonay of Animal Translations is a professional animal communicator who uses telepathy to send and receive information and impressions from animals, regardless of their location. She consults mostly with horses, dogs, and cats whose people are interested in resolving behavioral, emotional, or training issues, helping with transitions, or just assessing their companions’ well-being.
Maureen publishes a free monthly eNewsletter called, “What's Up With Animals?" You can learn more about animal communication, and about Maureen's approach, at her website: http://www.animaltranslations.com