Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
If you are a loyal reader, than you have more than likely read a couple of the Animal Communication interviews that I have featured on Sundays. If you would like to check them out – they’re under our pet communicators category.
I first heard of animal communication (I think – cannot remember exactly) from a friend that had used one. I decided to give it a try and called a local animal communicator in Kansas City named Holly Jacobs.
I only had Rags at the time, so that’s who I wanted Holly to talk to. When Holly came over to talk to us, Rags had just been through chemo and I was curious about how he was doing.
I don’t know how to explain animal communication and how it works, but I knew from Holly’s responses that Rags’ replies were definitely from him. I have since referred Holly to several people and they too have thought she was talking to their cat.
Animal Communication can help with several things:
- the process of losing a pet
- behaviorial problems
- medical problems
- new cat introductions or new pet introductions
- going through the process of saying goodbye to your pet
- and much more!
Later on, I used Linda Trent to communicate with Rags. A friend had referred me to Linda after I told them about Holly and when I found out that Linda recorded the session and sent you a copy of the tape, I was more into that because I wanted to have the tapes to listen to.
I would have never made it through Rags’ death if it hadn’t been for the ability to talk to Rags through Linda.
Therefore, I have chosen to promote animal communication as much as I can on this site because it is so invaluable! In the coming weeks, I am going to feature animal communication product reviews. The first one, of course, will be with Rags through Tim Link.
They will be featured as Q & A sessions with animal communicators I have already featured on this site. I hope you will find them interesting and enjoyable and if you have any questions you’d like to ask my cats – let me know!