Is My Missing Animal Still Alive?

November 30, 2015 by  
Filed under Lost Animals, New Posts

Can An Animal Communicator Tell?


How Can You Tell?

I received an email over the weekend from someone with a missing cat.  Here's what Erica asked me:

My cat has been missing for a while now & we have searched & searched our property & neighborhoods & found no sign of death etc so we truly believe she is still alive & lost!

I contacted 2 different animal communicators that said she is alive & we've searched those areas where they suggested & then some!! Still no luck.  Then in my desperation I contacted a 3rd psychic that said she was in fact out of body.

I am just heartbroken & don't know who I should believe.

I guess my question is can a communicator be wrong when it comes to an animal being dead?  Have there been pets that come back & prove this info otherwise?  I know there are no guarantees, but am curious what my odds are here.  Any info or experience you've had with a reading that's false would be greatly appreciated

The simple answer to this question is, "Yes, Animal Communicators are human and therefore can be in error about any subject, including whether or not an animal is still alive."

Here are a few bits of information that I learned over the years when I was doing lost animal work.

  1. A good psychic is accurate about 80-85%.  No one is 100% accurate.  Anyone who claims to be 100% accurate - I recommend you run rapidly in the opposite direction.

  2. When checking to see if an animal is still alive, the information is only good "in that exact moment" and could be incorrect a few moments later because things often change quickly in these types of circumstances.

  3. The Animal Communicator may or may not know how to get a more accurate answer to this question.  There are different methods.

    I learned to check the physical body itself and the spirit cord, rather than to ask the animal's personality level because the animal may think they are still "alive in the body" when the animal may be "alive in spirit" and not know that the connection to the body has ceased.

  4. It's possible to speak with an animal as they are transitioning out of body.  Alive in one nano-second and disconnected in the next?  Entirely possible.

  5. Finding "evidence" of death, i.e., a physical form, may not happen because there are predators and carrion eaters that may not leave any evidence.  Some people can "track" an animal's path, but again, they are only telling you what they are getting in this NOW moment and most cannot predict the future.

Bottom Line: 

What does your heart tell you?

Even when I've told a client that my best psychic information tells me the animal is no longer in a functioning physical body, I've always encouraged the person to check in with their own inner knowing.  That can be more accurate than my information because the animal is more closely connected with that person than it is with me.

If you are filled with fear, grief, guilt, anger, and other emotions, doing this type of check yourself is very difficult. This is why some professional animal communicators offer "coaching" around missing animals, rather than focusing on trying to "find" the animal.

I no longer do missing animal cases.

Visit Find a Lost Pet Resources

for a list of professional Animal Communicators

who offer lost pet services.

In Memoriam: Purrley.

November 26, 2015 by  
Filed under In the Wild, New Posts

Each Life Path Is to be Honored.

When Purrley first came.When Purrley first came.

Who are we to judge?

When we can be the neutral observer, it's easier to be in compassion for ourselves and others.

Purrley touched our lives with his beauty and his struggle to understand his experience of abandonment.

Purrley is no longer on the physical plane, as far as I can determine.

When he first arrived, he would make eye contact, but over time, he avoided me more and more, despite the large and nutritious and delicious meals I set before him.  A friend and I purchased a new feeding station for him and a feral cat house, but he would not stay in my yard.  He would come and eat and then run away.

Purrley's fear levels kept rising as autumn grew colder and the daylight grew shorter.  As the tall grass around my yard died and left big open spaces, he hid under the porch where Hattie lived, but keeping only to one corner.  I'm not sure Hattie was still there when he started to do this, but he would dart out as soon as I served breakfast ... only after he could hear me shut the door to the kitchen.

Purrley hasn't come for food in more than a week and isn't responding to any of my attempts to speak with him now.  I sense that he is gone from the physical plane.

I pray that his soul is cocooned in Divine Love to heal him from the trauma of his experiences.

Thank you, Purrley, for coming to my yard and allowing us all to meet you.  You are a beautiful being.  I wish I could have done more for you, but I allow that what I did do was perfect in each moment, and that you made the perfect choices for your Soul's growth.

I wish you well on all your journeys.  I send you love, gratitude, and appreciation.


In Memoriam: Hattie

November 25, 2015 by  
Filed under In the Wild, New Posts

The Times, They Are a Changin'.


Reflections on a Life Well Lived.

Hattie is gone.  She has left the physical plane and is now in spirit.  It took me a few days to check in with her because it wasn't unusual for her to go off for a couple of days, although very rarely did she do that this time of year.

I find I miss seeing her waiting for me each morning.

Hattie had a wonderful attitude about life.  She lived it fully and was rarely discouraged.  She always greeted me with optimism and hope.

If she was hungry, she asked for food.

If she wanted to talk to me, she did.

If she wanted to go hunting, off she went with not a word to anyone.

Hattie truly belonged to herself.  The idea that a human could own an animal appalled her.

Hattie enjoyed her life.  She loved the outdoors and swore to me she would never become a house cat, even part-time.  Not in winter.  Not at night.  Never.

Hattie took charge of my yard when she moved it.  For years, I haven't had chipmunks under the bird feeders.  If one would show up, it soon learned to stay away ... or Hattie killed it.

About 2 weeks ago, as I fed Hattie breakfast, I discovered a lump on her ribs that had not been there before.  Of course, being telepathic, Hattie heard my thoughts.  She didn't comment.

Hattie loved teaching in my Animal Communication classes.  She had a lot of wisdom to share and gave my students a strong sense of what it meant to be "feral."   The more she spoke with my students, the more she let me touch her when I fed her breakfast.

Still, at other times, her wild nature would take over and she wouldn't come near me for weeks, waiting patiently just out of range as I put the food and fresh water into the feeding station.

I miss Hattie.

Hattie's Message:

I lived a full and happy life -- much longer than would have been possible without some human assistance. 

I loved being in nature.  I loved the sunrise and sunset, the smells of the woods and grasses in all seasons, and the feel of wind in my fur.   I loved insects (yummy) and belonging only to myself.

I loved hunting because it was both a mental and physical challenge.  I ever got bored, although sometimes I got very hungry before I made a kill.  Still, living in harmony and balance left me feeling exhilarated. 

Cats aren't meant to live alone.  In nature, when human's don't interfere, we have families, colonies.  So I was lonely, at times.  Then I met Sakhara and Violet, and they became my friends -- someone to talk to, although they didn't hunt with me. 

When I was ready to leave my body, I found a predator who would make a quick kill.  We agreed on the exchange -- and I leapt from my body easily, flying free into the spirit realm.  I am at peace.

So I say goodbye to Hattie and wish her well.

Still, my back yard seems very empty these days, despite the birds arriving to eat breakfast at the feeders.