When a pet reincarnates and returns to you, how can you know it is “them?” Is there ever such a thing as two animals co-sharing the same body? What if the new companion animal is older – is it still possible for the old pet to reincarnate back to you? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts uses Gracey the dog’s story to explain different ways this can work.
Fireworks are a hot topic this time of year…..literally. But is there more to our pets’ fear of the snap, crackle and pop of festive fireworks than what seems obvious? What is it about noisy holidays and noise events like thunderstorms that so reliably sends even the most normally chill pets into a panic? And why do so many of the modern calming tools we use with our pets seem to have only minimal positive impact? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages gets to the root of pets fear of fireworks.
If our animals always know what we are thinking, why do they so often act like they don’t? Is it deliberate – pets manipulating their people through cuteness or cunning just because they can? Or could it be that something deeper is going on? What about when it is urgent that your pet behave in a specific way for their own health and safety? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts talks you through these difficult times by sharing the story of Orry the dog and his mom.
Can animals still talk to us after they have died? Do they know how much we miss them? What choices do our beloved pets have once they have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge? Chief’s story is an inspiring example of how bottomless grief can turn into resounding joy.
Why does it feel so especially hard to cope with the loss of a pet? What makes the grief and loss support and recovery community feel open for human loss but closed for pet loss? If you are suffering through the loss of a soul pet, where can you go to find a support group that will treat you with the true empathy and compassion you need and deserve? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares resources to help you make it through after losing a pet.