Just because our animal companions are cute, cuddly and oh-so-special doesn’t cancel out the challenges of the pet parent life. Being a professional animal communicator doesn’t either! In fact, sometimes living with awakened intuition can even ramp up the interspecies family challenges because the potential to learn from our pets is even greater. Working animal intuitive Shannon Cutts shares the ongoing story of how animal communication is transforming the life of her family’s eight-year-old standard wire-haired dachshund, Flash Gordon.
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A Professional Animal Communicator Talks Honestly About Pet Loss and Grief
As we become more disconnected from the natural world itself and the wild lives unfolding all around us, our connections with our companion animals – our pets – are becoming deeper and more significant than ever before. We feel a closeness and kinship to our pets that we may not even feel to any other human animals in our lives. So when our pet dies, the loss can devastate us. What can we do to survive our loss? Where can we go for support? Who can we talk with for comfort? Is there anything that helps make the grief journey shorter and less painful? Professional animal intuitive Shannon Cutts tackles this intensely tough topic head-on, sharing about her own experiencing navigating crushing pet loss and grief.
Did Your Pet Adopt You?
As we learn more and more about animal cognition, emotion and intelligence, it becomes more and more humbling to be a human animal on this planet. The more we know, the less we truly know and the more there is to know about our animal companions and pet family members. For instance, how accurate is it to say you chose your pet? Did they perhaps also choose you? What do you think? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares insights from her human and companion animal clients.
4 Pet Wellness Tools You Cannot Afford To Ignore
The word is officially out. Pet parents adore their pets – to the point that we call them family members – and we have money to spend. What else can explain the meteoric rise in profitability across the global pet industry? We want to say “I love you” to our companion animals. And we want to make sure they understand. With the ever-present interspecies language barrier in mind, we pull out our wallets yet again, putting our money where we wish our mouth could go, so to speak. But is it working? Does our pet really benefit from our financial choices on their behalf? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares what the pets want their people to know about what they truly want and need.
Are You Investing In Your Pet?
Every year, pet parents like you and me spend extraordinary amounts of hard-earned cash on our companion animals. Not millions – billions (and more than $200 billion globally, annually, to be exact). But how much of that spending pays off? In other words, how much of what we spend provides a return on investment in ways that matter to us – pet health, wellness, wellbeing, quality of life, a deeper relationship with us? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts takes on this tough, thorny, deeply important question.