Meet Shannon

I care deeply about all animals and their people.

Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages with Pearl the cockatiel, Malti the redfoot tortoise and Flash Gordon the wire-haired dachshund

That was the year I spent 365 straight days begging my parents for a parrot.

Perky, a smart and sociable green and yellow parakeet, arrived on my 8th birthday. We were inseparable for 11 glorious years.

Since then, I have kept company with many animal loves (keep scrolling to meet my current interspecies family) and I am forever the better for their wisdom, love and good company.

In my eyes, you and your pet are a team.

Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages with wire-haired dachshund puppy Flash Gordon

Animal communication is about more than just learning to tune in to receive and translate interspecies messages.

It is also about connecting with you, the animal’s human!

Most importantly, animal communication is about supporting you and your pet to feel closer and more connected at every stage of life.

And sometimes that gets complicated. Stuff can come up.

Could your interspecies team use a pep talk, a mediator, a translator? I’m here for you!

I believe your connection with your pet continues after death.

I have seen miracles happen through Reiki energy healing.

Reiki Master practitioner Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages giving Reiki to Malti the tortoise

The first time I experienced what Reiki energy can truly accomplish was when my father was in hospice and I was offering Reiki to help keep him calm and comfortable.

Animals can be particularly sensitive and receptive to Reiki energy. As a Reiki Master practitioner, I delight in offering Reiki to support pet (and pet parent) wellness.

Is your pet preparing for or recovering from surgery or illness? Do you wish your senior pet could move around or sleep through the night more comfortably? Is your new puppy or kitten suffering through teething? Reiki can help!

I received my Reiki certifications (I, II, Master) through Mystic Reiki & Wellness.

I have become fluent in the universal language of all species.

Animal communicator Shannon Cutts with rescued 3-toed box turtle Bruce

I am able to connect across species by tuning into the universal language of all species.

This is why it truly does not matter whether your soul animal is canine or equine, tortoise or tarantula, snake or sheep.

While this universal language is available to all, it can also require a significant investment of time and dedication to achieve fluency.

Why is establishing fluency so important? Fluency is required to ensure I am able to tune in “on demand” when you and your pet need my help!

I am deeply grateful to my animal communication and intuitive mentors and teachers: Maia Kincaid PhD, Danielle MacKinnon, Anna Breytenbach, James French (Trust Technique) and Sonia Choquette.

I specialize in highly sensitive pets.

Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages with her redfoot tortoise Malti

Most of us understand the concept of the highly sensitive person. But what about pets?

Research shows high sensitivity is not limited to the human animal. Up to 20 percent of any species population may have the genetic makeup to be highly sensitive.

I am a highly sensitive person myself. And I have cared for highly sensitive animals all my life.

Do you suspect (or know) you have a highly sensitive pet? I can help!

Meet my interspecies family!

Flash Gordon the dachshund, Malti the redfoot tortoise, Bruce the rescued 3-toed box turtle and Pearl the cockatiel with Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages

My loves (from far top left)

Flash Gordon: our family’s wirehaired dachshund

Malti: my South American redfoot tortoise

Bruce: my rescued 3-toed box turtle

Pearl: my 22-year old cockatiel soulbird

Just for fun – watch us on The Dodo 🙂