What is Your Cat Trying to Tell You?
Often your cat will stand by its food bowl and meow in a way that doesn’t leave much to the imagination. In moments like these, animal-human communication can be direct and unmistakable.
However, there are other times when you may sense subtler changes in your cat that are not tethered to anything obvious. He might be moody, standoffish, or depressed. He might react to the move to a new apartment or fights between you and your spouse. He might suddenly stop using the litter box, much to your chagrin.
Cats are exquisitely sensitive. On a sensory level, they are more attuned to smells, sounds, and sights than humans. On an emotional level, they are attuned to positive and negative mood swings in humans and other animals. On still another level, they may be aware of changes in the subtle fields of energy with which holistic health practitioners work. For example, it is quite common for people who are sick to report cats lying on the affected body part and purring, which feels quite restorative. Relationally, cats can have complex dynamics with other animals, as well as different humans.
With all these sensitivities, it’s no wonder that cats often experience a range of emotions, moods, and behaviors, some of which impact the relationship with the people with whom they live. The challenge for cats is that we humans are not as receptive to their attempts to communicate, since their vocal range is more limited.
In such situations, an animal communicator can help act as a translator between your world and the inner world of your animal. After sufficient training, animal communicators become skilled in sensing the subtler messages, drawing upon their intuition and psychic skills to create a bridge from human to animal. They can help you understand the deeper messages hidden behind troubling behaviors and find the pathway to mutually supportive solutions that end the behaviors.
Good communication is a foundation of a healthy relationship. At Assisi, we can help you strengthen and deepen your relationship with your animals by acting as a translator between worlds. Then you’ll really understand what your cat is trying to tell you.
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