An animal psychic hears what cat’s are saying inside her head. Do you believe in animal psychics? They are sometimes called animal whisperers but that phrase is used to mean a lot of things.
There are lots of animal psychics and all of then seem to focus on an ability to communicate with animals in mysterious ways beyond our comprehension and beyond the logic of science or is it telepathy?
I don’t believe in animal psychics. I do believe that people can understand what their cat is asking even when the cat is silent. This skill comes from a close and long relationship and an empathy with the cat which provides a flow of non-verbal communication via subtle signs.
One animal psychic in America is Cynthia Harner. She doesn’t know how she is able to hear what cats are saying in her head but she has been able to do it since she was five years-of-age. As I see it, what she is saying is that she can communicate telepathically with animals. Telepathy is yet to be conclusively proved to exist scientifically. However, there was a recent high profile international “test” reported in the Smithsonian which proved positive.
At a “pet reading” (at a shelter) she said that a brown tabby cat had asked her, “where was the orange cat?”. No sounds were made by the cat. Cynthia just heard the voice in her head. The staff member of the Humane Society of Lebanon County’s newly refurbished shelter was surprised because an orange cat had been in the same enclosure of the shelter as the tabby cat but had been taken away for veterinary treatment for an eye infection.
Cynthia’s ability to mind-read animals seems plausible. However, what also seems plausible to me is that orange cats are pretty commonplace and so are tabbies. There was a good chance that a tabby and an orange cat would be in the shelter at the same time and that they would have been split up for a range of reasons. Cynthia had no knowledge of the cats in the shelter we are told but can we believe it? It only takes a person who knows Cynthia to go into the shelter beforehand to relay the information back. I am not sure a shelter staffer can check that.
The shelter’s communications coordinator, Kacy Hopkins participated. Cynthia kept hearing in her head a request from Kacy’s cat, Aries, about the whereabouts of a black and white cat. Aries wanted to know where this mysterious black and white cat was.
Kacy couldn’t remember a black and white cat. But after a while it dawned on her mother that she had a black and white cat when she was growing up living in Kacy’s grandmother’s home. This must have been a while ago by the sound of it. Cynthia asked if the cat had white paws because she kept on seeing white paws. The response was, yes, the cat did indeed have white paws.
Once again I have to be cynical and realistic. Black and white cats are very common and it is also very common for them to have white paws. There was a good chance that Cynthia would receive a positive result if she mentioned hearing about a black and white cat.
If there was no black and white cat Cynthia could fudge it by saying something like it must have been a cat outside he had bumped into or something like that.
Cynthia also “heard” from Aries that Kacy sung to him. Kacy confirmed that she does indeed sing to Aries. Granted that this is a bit strange but once again, a lot of people sing to their cat and I’ll bet that Cynthia knew that Kacy likes to sing or guessed that she had a singing voice. You can tell by the way a person speaks if they can sing.
Animal psychics are like spiritualist mediums. They are clever people who play a game of poker based on chance but the chances are high. In addition they may often have insider information.
Do you believe in animal psychics or just good old fashioned empathy built on a very close and loving relationship?
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