End of life planning is nobody’s favorite part of life. Yet human animals are lucky because we can do this necessary task on our own behalf! Our animals, on the other hand, are completely dependent on us to provide for their needs and care if we should die first. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares tips and insights to help you begin planning for your pet’s care as part of your will and estate planning process.
Dogs howling along as their person plunks on the piano. Cats meowing when their human strums the guitar. A cow that moos in time as his person sings a cappella melodies. Birds…..singing. Is your pet a music lover? How can you know if your animal enjoys music? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages talks about yet another shared interest that crosses species boundaries – music.
Do you have a pet whose behavior seems to change on a whim? Are you struggling to make sense of pets who behave unpredictably only at certain times or around certain people? Do you feel like no matter what you try, you are at the mercy of your pet’s ever-changing behavior issues? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts discusses deeper reasons that can trigger pet behavior changes.
Adding a new pet to your family can create unexpected ripples in your everyday family routine. This is especially true in cases where one or more pets has been rehomed one or more times in the past. Fears and anxieties can create changes in pet behavior and health. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares her pet client Eli the Eclectus parrot’s story as a perfect example of how animal communication can help clear the air and restore interspecies family harmony.
Is intuition something every human animal has access to? Or is it just for certain “special” people who can talk to animals? How can you find out how intuitive you are for yourself and with your pet? Animal communication educator Shannon Cutts shares her five favorite tips to boost your pet parent intuition.