Interview With Pet Talker Gaye Rock

| September 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Floppycats.com asked Gaye Rock, a pet talker, to answer some questions we had about animal communication as well as questions about her services. Thank you, Gaye for the interview.

Answers are Copyright of Gaye Rock.

1. How long have you been communicating with animals?

I have been an animal communicator for over 10 years.  I have done it professionally for about 7.

2. How does one communicate with animals?

Through thoughts, by tuning in to a different frequency.  I compare it to tuning in to a radio station.

3. Can you share with us, one of your favorite animal communication stories?  How it impacted the owner or the animal or both? 

I was called to a house because a woman was distraught over the euthanasia of her Great Dane.  She wanted me to see if he was okay, because his passing was very traumatic.  when I spoke to him, I discovered that he was very tired of his physical body, and therefore, was relieved to transition.  This gave his “person” a huge sense that she had indeed done the right thing by him. I asked him to describe his current surroundings, and he described first the Rainbow Bridge, by which means he had arrived in his new world, and then proceeded to tell me how he and his animal friends laid around a Roman-style water fountain, discussing deep philosophy all day.

4. Do you prefer to communicate with younger or older animals? 

It makes no difference.

5. Do you prefer to communicate with a certain type of animal?  I mean, do you do better with cats, dogs, horses?  Do you even talk to reptiles? 

Animal energies vary.  What I mean by that is, while a horse may give you solid narrative, a chicken speaks in fractured phrases; a young dog may communicate in cartoon pictures, and a cat may speak as though he’s a highbrow philosopher.  As far as species go, yes, I talk with all species, including plants and trees.  Once you have tuned in to the “animal radio station”, which is a different frequency than the “human radio station”, all communication is possible.  One time someone in my animal communication class expressed fear and loathing for insects, and an insect told me to tell her to be careful, for there were many more of them than us!

6. How do your services work?  Do you come to my home?  Do I bring my pet to you?  Do you communicate LIVE over the phone or in person? 

I can either come to the house or horse stall for an extra fee, you can come to my office (no farm animals, though), or I can do the reading through a picture where I can see the eyes.  The picture method is my preference, since that way there are no distractions, and I can get into a deeper meditation.

7. What do you charge for your services?  Do you have a package deal? 

I charge $50 per animal; however, I usually give a discount if there is a specific problem that involves all the animals I am speaking to at the moment.  In the event the readings are unrelated, it is $50/animal.

8. Why do you think animal communication is valuable? 

I always say that I am a “translator” rather than a “psychic”.  In this way, it doesn’t seem too far-out for people who are cautious about telepathy, and also gets across my philosophy that I am a problem solver, and not just a wierdo.  Animal communication is necessary to bridge the gap between animals and humans.   Just imagine what would happen if a veterinarian could ask the animal where it hurts and what it feels like?  Or if a kennel owner could ask why the cat doesn’t like the food?  Or if a horse owner could ask if the saddle fits right or why the horse is limping?  That is MY goal, to talk back and forth, humans and animals.

9. Do you think if a vet would incorporate animal communication into their practice it would be helpful? 

Absolutely, for the reasons already stated – the vet could actually find out where it hurts and what it feels like.

10. Are you able to communicate with an animal in the after life?  How does that work? 

Yes.  Communication with a transitioned animal is the most fascinating part of my  work, as far as I am concerned.  This is no different than communicating with a live animal – normally I would use a photo of the animal to connect to him.  I find it totally enlightening to get the various versions of “Heaven” the animals have described to me.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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