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.
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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.
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.
Joe’s Story: I Know What You Need to Do
Brene Brown’s book “Daring Greatly” introduced us human animals to the idea of stepping into the arena of life, tackling the tough challenges and only accepting insight and input from trusted fellow warriors who are actively engaged in self-evolution and growth. But what if your best friend is your animal, your pet? Can your pet also be your mentor in the way of “Daring Greatly?” Can you ask your animal for advice about what to do and if yes, how do you do that? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares the amazing story of how one of her pet clients helped turn things around for his human.
How to Grieve Pet Death
Is there a right and a wrong way to grieve after a pet dies? How do you cope with people in your life who are not sympathetic to your grief? What are your options when you feel like your heart will stay raw and lonely forever after you lose a soul pet? Is there a way to grieve and heal even if your grief process includes intense emotions like shame or guilt? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages takes a deep dive into an intensely sensitive and personal topic.