Interview with Pet Communicator Carolee Biddle of Animal Connections

Carolee Biddle
Murphy and Carolee Biddle

I have always had a connection to animals. I’ve always wanted to be one of them! In 2008, I had a dog named Ashley who had cancer. Through Ashley, I found a holistic vet, learned a lot about holistic medicines, and when it came time to determine if Ashley wanted to leave her body, the vet suggested I contact an animal communicator. He gave me a list of three names. I chose one and contacted her. Her name is Rebecca Moravec. The session with Rebecca resonated on every level. I then discovered that Rebecca taught animal communication classes. Bells went off in my head! I had found my life’s purpose! Through studying with Rebecca for several years, practicing meditation, and establishing a connection to my higher self, I have discovered my telepathic skills. My intention as a communicator is to be a voice for all animals. It has been a life-changing experience for me for which I am truly grateful.

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All answers are copyright of Carolee Biddle.

How long have you been communicating with animals?

I began communicating with animals professionally several years ago. I intend to do it for the rest of my life.

How does one communicate with animals?

I communicate with animals telepathically. This means start breathing consciously, close my eyes, go into a meditative state, and connect to their energy/spirit. I send/receive messages through pictures, feelings, emotions, or just an intuitive in my gut. Animals know how to do this naturally. Every human has this ability, too. It’s just that our culture doesn’t nurture using our telepathic senses. Telepathic communication is not limited by time or space. You don’t have to be in the room with the animal.

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

There are so many! In a recent session with one of my clients, we were discussing some relationship issues occurring between two of her three cats. At the end of the session, one of the cats showed me some really bad tooth pain and said she wanted the pain to go away. They took her to the vet the next day and sure enough there were two teeth that needed to be extracted. A few days after the surgery, I checked in with the cat and she said she needed to continue the pain medicines a few extra days. She was still showing me a lot of soreness. Then a week or so later, I checked again and was pleasantly surprised to connect with a whole different kitty! She was light and airy, without pain, and was going places in the house she had never gone before! Without our session, her person would have never known the cat had such bad tooth pain.

Do you prefer to communicate with younger or older animals?

The age of the animal does not matter. I communicate with animals of all ages.

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?

The species of the animals does not matter either. I can talk with all types of domesticated animals or wild animals.

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?

Most of my sessions are by appointment over the phone with the animal’s person. This way the animal is comfortable in their own environment, is less distracted, and more eager to talk. Since I’m not reading the animal’s body language, I don’t need to see them in-person. While it’s not necessary, I like to have a photo of the animal sent or emailed to me. If no photo is available, I just ask for a description of what they look like so I can get a mental picture to help connect with them. Sessions consist of me talking with the animal’s person, connecting with the animal telepathically, and relaying the messages between the two of them. This allows both the person and the animal to have a clearer understanding of what each is thinking and/or feeling. I also do sessions without a phone appointment and report via email. I also hold in-person sessions in local pet stores, fundraisers, and various pet expos.

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

Please see Carolee’s website for current pricing.

Why do you think animal communication is valuable?

Carolee and Tony
Carolee and Tony

Animal communication is valuable because you can find out the animal’s perspective of a given situation. Once you know their thoughts or feelings, you have a starting point from which to solve the problem. For example if there is an issue of going potty in an inappropriate place, communication can let you know if it’s an emotional, behavioral, or medical issue.

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

Absolutely it would be helpful for a vet to incorporate communication as part of their practice. To be able to ask the animal “where does it hurt?” can help diagnose the issue. When a human walks into the doctors office, the first thing you do is sit and talk to the doctor. Same thing applies here!

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

Yes it is possible to communicate with an animal that has passed. Their spirit is always connected to you through the bond of love you shared. I communicate with them the same way—telepathically.

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