News! Dog Reads Mind
I was feeling very sad this past Sunday that my dog, Meesha, was not here for a second Mother’s Day since her passing. As many who are reading this feel about their animals, Meesha was like a child to me. Staring at a hole that Meesha had dug under some bushes at my mother’s house, I was reminiscing about how much she loved to play in the dirt. Out of the corner of my eye, I suddenly became aware of Cheyenne, Meesha’s doggy “little sister,” digging fervently!
Cheyenne was picking up on my thoughts and feelings and was sending the message that she understood. Basically, Cheyenne was saying, “hey, I’m here, I know what you’re feeling and I’m trying to make you feel better.”
A little while later, I took Cheyenne on a walk in the woods on a trail where I used to run with Meesha. Again, reflecting upon how much I was missing Meesha, Cheyenne suddenly began to sprint in the same way that Meesha would. I intuited Cheyenne saying “free!” Again, she was empathizing with me and I could sense her wanting me to remember that Meesha is “free” to do this all of the time now. She was also trying to get me out of my head and sadness, unexpectedly yanking her leash and making me run crazily at high speed (like Phoebe in that well-known episode of Friends….some of you know what I’m talking about).
These examples of interspecies (meaning between human and animal) communications are typical of how our animal family members are constantly picking up on our thoughts and feelings. I have been communicating with animals for a very long time. However, their ability to empathize and to find ways to let us know that they really do “get it,” still amazes me. Their pure souls only want us to feel good.
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