Animal Communication

For the first seven months after discovering an ability to communicate with ghosts and the spirits of our passed loved ones, I was unaware that animals communicate with us telepathically too, not just passed animals, but living ones as well.

I did not set out to attempt to communicate with animals, instead they began popping in during readings where the goal was to communicate with past loved ones – the spirits of our human family and friends. After having a cat jump into a conversation that I was having with someone’s deceased father, it became clear that they wanted to connect with us too.

Pretty soon I found myself providing my services to such groups as the Humane Society, the SPCA and other animal rescue and shelter organizations. I have worked with several animal-focused fundraisers and grand openings, providing my services as a “pet whisperer” and/or animal psychic. More information about my work with fundraising efforts can be found on the fundraisers page.

Leo

Missing and lost animals may be found via telepathic communication as well. For more information regarding locating missing animals and finding closure for such cases please visit the lost and missing animals page.

Mystique, a wild lizard friend.

Animals are capable of communicating with an astonishing degree of detail. Animal communication requires nothing more than the name of the animal to be communicated with and the intent. You DO NOT need to provide any details beyond your animal’s name and primary reason for engaging in a conversation with them.

I will then look to bring forward a few of the following details in order to confirm a connection with the animal being reached out to.

  • Age (based upon date of conception and not DOB)
  • Physical Appearance (possibly the breed)
  • Unusual Markings
  • Personality
  • Manner of Passing (if applicable)
  • Type of Diet
  • Living Environment
  • Abnormal or Excessive Behaviors
  • Favorite Activities/Toys
  • Injuries and/or Illnesses

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Reasons to Communicate with our Animals

There are many reasons to communicate with our animal companions, both living and passed. What follows is just a partial list.

  • Just Checking In
  • New Animal
  • Behavior Concerns
  • Health Concerns
  • Closure with a Passed Animal
  • Locating a Missing Animal
  • Food Problems
  • End of Life Questions
  • Favorite Memory or Activity
  • Special Requests

*Remember that Charles Peden is not a licensed animal care professional and as such, you are advised to contact a licensed animal care professional when dealing with health and behavior issues. Communication is simply another tool to assist in understanding and working with your animal and is intended to be used in conjunction with sound advice from a licensed animal care professional.

Benjamin Bunny (a member of the Peden family)

Dear Charles,
I just wanted to tell you how deeply moved I was during my session with you yesterday. I was so focused on my desire to receive information about my living dog, Bo, that I never dreamed I would receive a message from my most beloved Minnie. What an incredible gift that was. Your amazing accuracy in describing her looks and personality took my breath away and I’m so glad that I followed through on my gut feeling that I must schedule a reading with you.

The information that you gave me about Bo was not only “right on the money” but supported my own theory of his former life and age and gave me peace of mind.

I was completely at ease with your warmth, honesty and integrity and, with a house full of dogs, will definitely be contacting you again. The service you provide is invaluable and I’ll be recommending you to anyone who will listen!

Thank you again,

Christy Johnson

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