August 21, 2010 by  
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Ever since Peaches went missing I became extremely sad, I said to myself that I couldn’t live without my precious kitty. But once I found you, my thoughts turned around and you helped me in my search for Peaches. You have amazing skills that I never knew existed until this year. They seemed so unreal until I got involved in your work. I don’t know how you do it but it is amazing. I thank you Susan, without end, for all your kind generosity and talent you provided for me. You helped me to realize that Peaches is happy where she is, and that if I lover her that much I would let her go. You have encouraged me to never give up and always look for something that I love. You have helped me so much Susan, I don’t know what I would have done without you.
I will intently search for Peaches this summer and the lady that took her in.
From my previous cats that have gone missing I have let them go, but from Peaches I think about her every day more than anyone in this world and from that I know me and Peaches are suppose to be together……………….forever.
Kayla P

Enlightening and inspiring…

August 21, 2010 by  
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“Hi Susan,

Thank you so much for the enlightening and inspiring conversation we had, I am very happy to hear that I am more worried about things than my pets!  They mean so much to me, and have helped me stay grounded and sane for as long as I can remember.  I am relieved to know they are all happy, and although finding their way with this new situation, that all will eventually be good and harmonious. 

I have relayed yours and Meykha’s thoughts to my hubby, and we will both be working towards the steps you outlined…

Also, thank you very much for your beautifully presented notes, and for letting me know that my beloved animals feel my joy and pride in them. ” Sandy and furry family

Lovebirds with a mission…

August 21, 2010 by  
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I looked for an animal communicator because I was starting to feel desperate about Luigi the Lovebird and his ongoing illnesses.  Even though he is under the care of a good vet, I was afraid he was going to die and wanted to know if he was hiding more illness from me (as birds do).  Susan pinpointed some problems with his food and environment.  I have taken steps to correct these deficiencies, like ordering special sterile seeds from a avian vet in Australia!  I’ll do whatever it takes because Luigi is relying on me to take care of him.
“Luigi’s roommate, Binky, has some emotional needs that I have to fine tune my responses to and Susan was able to articulate the needs and the remedies to me in a way that made complete sense.
I was generally agnostic about animal communication before Susan’s call but now I’m convinced because she totally hit the nail on the head about Luigi’s health and Binky’s state of mind.  The personal messages Binky and Luigi had for me were very loving, relevant, helpful and precious.  Worth every penny and more.”  MMc Victoria

Valentines, dog cookie recipe, build a free cat playhouse,intuitive practice animal,toilet train a cat

February 11, 2010 by  
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Kimbo's 1st Valentines Day

Kimbo's 1st Valentines Day

Valentines Gift  2 for 1

Surprise someone special with a consultation for Valentines Day! 

Intuitive Animal Communications 2 for the price of 1. Give one to your valentine  and keep one for you and your animal sweetheart . Wouldn’t you like to know? Special messages for you…from their point of view. Insightful, fun and helpful. With love…from their point of view.

This article caught my attention on how to toilet train your cat, it even comes complete with videos.   I know cats have excellent balance so it’s not as  precarious as you might think.  Have you had any experience toilet training your cat?

This article  titled  “Intuition the Easy Way” is written by Karen Grace Kassy and is great for those of you who want to know how to get in touch with your intuition in an easy to understand and practical way.  We all were born with intuition but sometimes we need to learn to get in touch with it  again.  That feeling you have inside is telling you something.  Have you ever wished you’d listened to your intuition? 

I’m sure your cat would love to help you make this playhouse for them to play in.  Here is the instructions on how to make a cat playhouse for free

Recipe for Your Dog’s Favourite  Peanut Butter Cookies  – what dog doesn’t love peanut butter?

2 cups organic whole wheat flour
1 tbsp. baking powder
1 cup organic smooth peanut butter (no sugar or salt added)
1 cup skim milk
Preheat oven to 375′ F. Combine flour and baking powder. In another bowl combine the peanut butter and skim milk, add to dry ingredients and mix well. Place dough on a lightly floured surface and
knead and roll dough out  to 1/4 inch thickness then  cut into your favourite shape  with a  flour dusted cookie cutter.  Bake for 20 minutes on a greased cookie sheet  until golden brown and then let cool before giving with your animal friend or as a gift .  Makes approx. 2 dozen cookies. Store in an airtight container, but your dog will still know where they are!

Practice Animal

Millie is the new practice animal for you.  She is   2  1/2 years old and is a lab shepherd mix and lives on Vancouver Island with her family. Remember to write everything down, the information might not make sense to you but will to Millie or her family. You can write  it here and  I will post general Millie knowledge in the comments section so you can check later on what you receive.

Millie is yor practice animal for Feb. 11 She is a 2 1/2 yrs old lab/shepherd cross.
Millie is a 2 1/2 yr old lab shepherd cross & lives on Vancouver Is.


Helping two spirits to understand each other

December 1, 2009 by  
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Canadian Warmblood Navarre at home

Canadian Warmblood Navarre at home


It’s true what you say, that animal communication creates a deeper bond. Even when you don’t do it yourself.

I had the privelege to communicate with a beautiful Canadian Warmblood and his human Mom about some  issues that were very concerning.   I always try to make sure that I  get answers to all questions that are asked  and it may involve a few emails between each other.  Here is a little of what Kirstin has reported back to me about our animal spirit communication.

First of all I have to tell you that I rode Navarre today for the first time since he misbehaved so badly last week! Due to the weather he hadn’t been ridden for four days and even though he is a very forward horse he didn’t put one foot wrong. I was so happy afterwards and I thanked him. I am sure that he felt what I was saying in words.
Without you talking to him I wouldn’t have had the confidence, that’s for sure!

I think I should really start trail riding him. Since he has mentioned it to you he might be ready for it.

I am glad that he mentioned his blue blanket. I would not have put it on this year as I don’t believe in blanketing a horse. But his previous owners gave it to me when I bought Navarre and I assume he has been wearing it the years before.

No, you did not provide too much information. I am gad that you pass everything on without filtering it. Of course it is a lot and sometimes confusing but that’s why it is in writing. I can get over it as often as I want. 🙂
You have such a great gift being able to talk to animals. I wish I could learn it too, even if I could just communicate small things. I know they say that it lies in all of us but I don’t believe that everybody can learn to use it. I am a very technical person even though I strongly believe that there are things out there that we cannot see or logically understand.
I have been looking for workshops where I could at least try to learn the basics and maybe move on from there. But so far I haven’t found anything that I think could introduce me properly.
Doing some research on animal communication I got the impression that there are a lot of people who see a possibility to make money. And it is hard to find someone to trust. After all this is a trust thing because neither you nor I can really proof that there is a communication going on. I hope you understand what I mean.

By the way, this is why I chose you to talk to Navarre. When I looked for someone I ended up on so many websites and yours was the only one where I got the impression that it was about helping and that you really know what you are talking about. There are so many offers where my first feeling was that someone is trying to sell me something or talk me into something. And this is really sad. Of course this is a service and the communicator needs to make money too but it  should still be about the idea of helping two different spirits to understand each other. And this is the impression I got when I looked at your webpage. And I am really glad that I contacted you. 🙂

Thanks again for all the ideas to make Navarre happier.

Have a nice evening,
Kirstin, Germany

Renting With Rex – How You, Your Pet, Your Landlord And Your Neighbor Can All Thrive In Rental Housing

November 2, 2009 by  
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A New Book Written Especially for Renters With Dogs


Jackie Phillips, my friend and fellow animal communicator/author from The Social Pet   has just written a book that should be in every renters and landlords library. If you’ve ever rented, or tried to rent with a dog you know what I am talking about, it can be extremely difficult to find a new home that will allow dogs. 

Jackie  thoughtfully addresses the situations that can arise and has helpful solutions on how to find your new dog  friendly home, offers tips, how to’s and training suggestions to make your pet a landlords dream.   Take a look at what  Renting With Rex offers you…

Renting with Rex

Are you looking for a new place to rent with your dog?  Have you become frustrated because you can’t seem to find a rental even though your dog is well-behaved?

You are not alone. One of the top reasons animals are surrendered to shelters is because their owners are unable to find a place to rent. This book will help you to not only find a new place to live with your dog, but also keep your dog, your landlord and neighbors happy.

Are you elderly or disabled and living in assisted living? Are you looking for a new dog to live with you? Do you have a service animal and want to find a place to rent?
This book has a lot of information just for your living circumstances and how to make sure your rights are being adhered to.

Renting With Rex

Jackie Phillips offers this ultimate guide to renting with your dog

“Renting with Rex” Covers the Following Topics :                                                                           
• Finding a Place to Rent Where You Can Have Your dog
• Renting to Pets Can Benefit Me as a Manager
• Moving With Your Dog
• Keeping Your Landlord and Neighbors Happy
• Keeping Your Dog Healthy
• Preventing or Stopping Unwanted Behaviors
• Fun Activities Available for Your Dog
• Tools Available to Help You Train Your Dog
• Acclimating Your Dog to Living in an Apartment
• You are Elderly or Disabled and You Have a Dog
• Renting an Apartment with Your Dog

If you are frustrated about trying to rent with your dog, or  if you are a landlord you can learn how to attract and keep high quality renters with the information Jackie has provided in this book.


Dogwise Publishing specializes in dog books and accessories, I was amazed at all the titles they offer.

If you would like a free book marker from Animal Spirit Communication just leave a comment anywhere on this site or contact me with your address and I will send you one.

Do hummingbirds have legs?

October 24, 2009 by  
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The other day I was having a rather lively discussion with  a great friend and it seemed like we were getting nowhere about a touchy topic.  Actually we were talking about money, it’s worth and how to respect it.  I had been watching a hummingbird right outside our window gently put his beak into a flower then move on to another. He would go away and come back, repeating the process.  I was really enjoying this distraction and  I shared this with my friend and he watched mesmerized as well.  Just then he looks away and momemts later asks me ” do hummingbirds have legs?” 

You guessed it, I  felt it coming and I could not stop it.  I  laughed, I cried, my  nose ran and my stomach hurt and I could not stop laughing.  The look on his face was priceless as he tried to imagine if he’d ever seen their legs before.  “I only see them fly” he said.

Do hummingbirds have legs?  Have you ever seen them?  There is a lot of information that our minds just fill in for us.  My friend is a pilot and he had imagined the little hummingbird coming in for a landing like a floatplane, carefully positioning itself so it was a perfect landing.  It had to be perfect, after all there  still was the question about  do hummingbirds really  have legs?

There is a lot of fascinating information out there about the animals that we love that we do not know.  In our busy hectic lives who has time to google little known facts about ?  The truth  is that the more we know the more we understand. Chief Dan George left us with these words of wisdom…

If you talk to the animals they will talk with you and you will know each other.
If you do not talk to them you will not know them, and what you do not know you will fear.
What one fears one destroys.    Chief Dan George

In the spirit of helping people to understand more about the animals we live with I am going to use  this animal communication blog to relay interesting information as I find it.  But, back to interesting facts about hummingbirds…

  •  yes, hummingbirds do have legs, although they are not strong enough to walk with they can perch with them
  • hummingbirds are territorial and have been know to bravely defend their flower bush from predators- even hawks
  • a hummingbird will feed about 50 – 60 times a day from a single bush
  • they have hollow bones and are warm blooded
  • they can fly up, down, sideways, forward, backwards and they can hover
  • they can beat their wings up to 80 times a second which creates a humming noise, hence their name
  • they love nectar and will drink sugar water from a feeder of any color, including red

Do you know any other interesting facts about hummingbirds? 


Sunny the Betta Fish and Betta Fish Care

August 16, 2009 by  
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We just bought a beautiful blue male Betta fish  the other day and we named him Sunny.  I thought he would be a great addition to our animal family and we could learn a little about Betta’s.  Here are a few highlights about Betta’s.    

Sunny the male Betta Fish likes to see what is going on

Male Betta Fish are beautiful and relaxing to look at. Here is Sunny our new family addition.

Betta fish are sometimes called Siamese Fighting Fish but the more peaceful name of Betta seems to be the more popular term for these beautiful fish. 

Betta fish originally lived in  the shallow rice patties  and bodies of water in Asia.    They are quite territorial and can be very aggresive so one per pond was enough. They will puff or fluff out when they see another male and may fight to the death.  For this reason it is best to only keep one in a habitat  at a time.

Things to know about a Betta

  • Betta’s are easy to care for and can provide a lot of enjoyment 
  • male Betta’s are beautiful with full draping fins and bright colours 
  • they like their special pellets  that are developed for them,  but only about 2-4 a feeding, twice a day, they can get very sick if they are overfed
  • your Betta will enjoy fresh freeze dried bloodworms as a special treat
  • Betta’s will look for you and will get excited, almost dancing, thinking it may be dinner time
  • Betta’s breathe from the surface and will come up for their air. They have adapted from the droughts in the rice fields to be surface breathers
  • they like clean clear water between 73-80 F
  • remember to clean your Betta’s home once a week and pretreat the water with special Betta water conditioner you can buy at the pet store
  • Betta’s do not need a large aquarium and are quite happy in a container 1-3 gallons and do not need gravel or an air pump
  • if taken care of properly Betta’s can  live for several years and I’ve seen reports of up to 5 yrs.  
  • Betta’s are peaceful to watch and can reduce your stress level, they know how to relax
  • do you have any tips to add about Betta care?

We are enjoying Sunny and are learning a little more about him.  His color has changed quite a bit since we got him. When he arrived he was in a little cup with blue dye to enhance his colour. We changed this right away when we put him in his new home and his color went paler but then has come back to a rich beautiful blue.

I will write later about what Sunny had to say in an animal communication session with him.  Can you guess what kind of music he likes?  Maybe when he was at his breeders they played this type of music a lot.

If you would like to learn more about how a Betta can be a great addition to your family you can go to  and  there is over 500 pages devoted to Betta’s.   This link is quite funny, it is of animated Betta’s and their point of view.

Do you have any Betta fish stories to share?

Cricket Chorus

August 6, 2009 by  
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When I was studying acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine our class was very small and we became a close family.  One day my friend Ara brought in the audio recording of crickets for all of us to hear.  We did not know what to expect and when we heard this our eyes filled and an air of amazement and connectedness filled the room.  I have never forgotten it.

The crickets singing had been slowed down to match the lifespan of a human.  I have included more info below for you.  Does this recording bring up emotions or remind you of our connectedness?

Jim Wilson & David Carson – God’s Cricket Chorus (1992).

The story behind GOD’S CRICKETS.

This unusual recording contains two tracks:
1. the natural sound of crickets chirping
2. the sound of the crickets slowed down to match and mirror the length of the average lifespan of a human being.

The angelic chorus you hear accompanying the sound of the crickets is NOT a synthesizer or a chorus singing. It’s the crickets themselves (slowed down) creating the effect. Really an amazing thing they’ve accomplished here. This recording can be played continuously in the background to create a natural soothing atmosphere for calming and healing.

This recording has been created by Jim Wilson.

This recording is an extended digitally remixed and mastered version taken from the original 1992 recording entitled “Ballad of the Twisted Hair” from the album “Medicine Songs” by David Carson and Little Wolf Band produced by Jim Wilson and released on Raven Records.

We are thrilled with the insight you have given us to our cat-family!

July 13, 2009 by  
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Dear Susan,
This part of my email won’t be professional for the website cause I just want to say HOLY ****!  Pardon me!!! You have an amazing gift!
We are thrilled with the insight you have given us to our cat-family. And they are our family as we have no kids. THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time to look into our family.  Susan, your insight to our cats Spencer and Darby was truly enlightening. Spencer the beautiful Siamese-tabby-cross is indeed a ‘princess’ in his attitude, but knows when it’s time for love and time for play. In his younger days he jumped and twisted exactly as you describe! Darby is a healer and loves to share her love with us exactly as you describe. Knowing she is concerned about me makes me be more aware of myself and my need to slow down. We will be aware to watch for any of the particular health concerns you describe for them both, and are happy to say they are both in excellent health at the present time. Your insight has allowed us to see them in a new light and know that they appreciate us, and are always trying to communicate with us. We love them so much and to know that they are happy in their home is so important and valued for my husband and I. Thank you from all of us!
Thaylin, Doug, Spencer and Darby
Victoria, BC

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