Imagine life without animals. You can’t, can you?
If you’ve ever had a pet you’ll understand just how important they can be. They become part of the family, part of the furniture even. At my parents’ house you’re hard pushed to get a spot on the sofa when Lord Louis is around. Even when they’re stealing your socks, chewing your new trainers or rolling in god knows what, they’re still absolutely adorable! But what happens when your beloved pet is no longer around?
Last year I was blessed to discover an Animal Communication Practitioner’s Course in Essex where I learnt how to communicate with animals. During the course we learnt how to connect with them in face to face and via distance, both on the earth plane and in the spirit world. Ever since the course I’ve been feeling increasingly drawn to animals, so it was a lovely surprise to find an email from a lady requesting some animal communication.
Vicky explained that sadly one of her dogs, Oskar, had been diagnosed with a tumour, and that she thought her other dog Sammy was feeling sad and picking up on Oskar’s illness. I requested that Vicky send me a photograph of each and that she didn’t give me any more information.
Before I sat down to attempt communication I received the news that Oskar had been put to sleep. At first I was disappointed that I hadn’t managed to speak with him whilst he was still with us, but I was soon reminded that the universe always has a greater plan.
I was a little nervous as I opened my laptop and signed in to Skype to speak to Vicky, it had been a while since I’d practiced my animal communication. I decided to set myself a challenge; I loaded up the two photographs, specifically without knowing which dog was which because I wanted to test my own skills and intuitively feel which one was no longer with us, and instantly I knew. Oskar was the beautiful Hungarian Vizsla on the left.
As soon as I saw him I felt a strong connection, as I did with Sammy. But Oskar was something else. He was beautiful, inside and out, a gentle loving soul – a bit dozy at times. I sensed that he was a very calm, chilled out boy although he would get overexcited, particularly at the sight of a squeaky toy. He loved a cuddle. This stunning pooch would melt your heart in a second, he certainly melted mine without even meeting him.
I picked up on a few of the sadder details such as where the tumour was located and how his behaviour changed as he became sicker. I even managed to describe a special memory that Vicky completely understood, which brought smiles to her and her daughter as they sat and listened to the reading. But the best part of this message was that Oskar was able to say thank you to Vicky for looking after him and reassure her that she did all she could, hence the reason we were destined to connect after his passing.
And let’s not forget pup number two. I instantly felt dear little Sammy’s sadness, it was radiating from his picture. I explained to Vicky that his behaviour had changed, that he wasn’t being himself lately. He had been taking himself away to quiet spots of contemplation around the house, which was unusual because he normally wanted to sit with you. He had also stopped wanting to go out for walks.
Sammy is usually a little on the cheeky side, full of life and play. I was being shown an image of a large field, he was running carefree and having fun. I advised Vicky that they needed to get out at the weekend, somewhere brand new, a change of scenery for the whole family. I reassured her that he would recover in time but he just needs lots of TLC at the moment.
The beauty of Animal Communication is that just like mediumship, we are still able to receive messages from our pampered pets. I personally think it is a shame that animals do not come through so often during readings, or just appear as a passing comment. But thankfully some of us are able to connect, and I feel very blessed to be able to do so.
Animal Communication is very useful for understanding behavioral problems, helping with the grieving process (yes animals also grieve) and for locating missing pets. Sessions can take place at the animal’s home or via distance although it is often much easier, believe it or not, to connect with a photograph. I highly recommend giving it a go if you have any concerns, whether you have a dog, cat, rabbit or horse, we are all one, part of the same universal need for love and communication.
I’ll leave you with some words from Vicky:
“I was delighted to have Kalie communicate for me Oskar (recently departed from us) and Sammy’s experiences and wishes. It was really insightful and confirmed my hunches about Oskar and Sammy’s experiences and how I could fine-tune and provide Sammy with what he needs and desires.
The reading was very clear and made total sense to me, and Kalie furthermore gave me tips and advice about how I could improve Sammy’s life and communicate with Oskar. It was a pleasure to hear Kalie’s descriptions and left me enlightened and helped me through this difficult time of coming to terms with Oskar’s passing.
Kalie was lovely throughout the reading and there were no time constraints felt. I recommend it to anyone who wants to better understand and relate with his or her beloved pet”.