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.
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The Best Present You Can Give To Your Pet
Many more people than will openly admit it feel like their pet is their best friend in the world. Some people even feel like their companion animal is their only true friend. Perhaps this is behind the explosion of options for birthday, anniversary and holiday gifts for pets. But is another collar or costume or treat toy really what your pet wants and craves? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts asks – and answers – the tough question of whether how we show love to our pets is a match for how our pets want us to love them.
Your Pet As Proof You Can Talk to Animals
Animal communication is a universal language all species share in common. This includes human animals. Yet if this is the case, why do so many of us have so little life experience that supports this as true? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages shares one example that all pet guardians have in common as proof that you, too, can talk to animals.
A Story of a Bird and His Girl
Animal soulmates. Are they real? How do we know? If we know, do we know right away or can it take some time to figure out we were meant to be together? Animal intuitive and sensitive Shannon Cutts with Animal Love Languages shares her own very personal story of meeting her one and only, Pearl.
Jake’s Story: Next Time I Will Need Your Help
Pet death is just about the hardest experience we go through. Because the connection in life is so unconditional and deep, any sense of disturbance or disruption in that connection shakes us to our core. While this is true at any time and any age, it can be especially traumatic when we are in our younger years. And it can be exceptionally traumatic when the animal who is dying is a service dog or emotional support animal. Is there a way through pet death that won’t bring you to your knees? Jake the dog tells animal communicator Shannon Cutts that yes, there is a way.