An introduction to Animal Communications
More about Cindy Wenger, Animal Communicator
Code of Ethics for Interspecies Telepathic Communications
Preparing for the Consultation
How Can it Benefit You and Your Animal Companion
Level I and II Workshops
Herbs for cats/dogs/birds
People Whisperers Article
Grieving the Loss of a Pet
Grieving the Loss of a Pet
Providing for Your Pet's Future Without You
Contact Us/Schedule
Various Related Links of Interest
Our Family Album
Dedication of Past Companions



Here are a few common reasons that people want to communicate with their animals.  It's an easy way to get answers to questions and work out solutions together.  Communication sessions can help resolve, emotional, physical, mental and spiritual issues in animals. The client gains better understanding of their animal companion and vice versa!

Behavior problems
can often be changed once you know why they are happening.  Examples are barking, biting, or going to the bathroom inside. Hearing the animal's perspective helps you find a solution. However, communication is not a replacement for a training program.

Health issues: Cindy is not a veterinarian, so she cannot diagnose or prescribe treatments for your animal.  However, she can relay any symptoms or information from your animal that may be useful to your vet.  Your animal may tell her that he/she feels better with one treatment over another, but it is still between the owner and the veterinarian as to how the animal is to be treated. Animal Communications are NEVER A SUBSTITUTE for good veterinary care, proper nutrition, exercise, training and love.

Death and Dying: It is difficult to make a decision about your pet's future without knowing what it wants. You can ask: Is it your time? Do you want help from the vet to leave? Is there anything you would like before you die?

Upcoming changes: You may want to tell your animal that you are moving, divorcing, bringing new people/animal into the house or someone is leaving; like a child going to college, you are going on vacation or your daily schedule is going to change.

General check-in: Sometimes you just want to know how your pet is doing. Has he adjusted to a recent change? Does he want different food? Is he getting enough exercise?

You want their perspective: Many people ask their animal companions how they feel about something in advance. Do they want a new animal companion in the house? What would they like added or changed in their life to make them happier? Is something bothering them? How do they like their 'job'? Do they want a 'job'?

Lost Animals: It is difficult to locate lost animals telepathically. If they are truly lost, they don't know where they are, but sometimes we can pick up clues. Usually I can tell if the animal is dead or alive, inside or outside and healthy or injured. This information may be helpful in your search. I also will use my pendulum and dowse over a map of the area that the animal was initially lost and am able to hone in on the area where the animal is.

Techniques that can help you reunite with your pet:

  • No matter what religion, faith or spirituality you participate and practice, prayer can help. It is suggested that when you pray you pray for the highest good for the animal instead of praying for a particular outcome.
  • Pay attention to your intuition.  If you suddenly get an urge to "turn left" while driving, you should.  If you suddenly get a flash of an area that you neglected to search, check it out.  The worst that could happen is that you do not find your animal.
  • The Golden Chord is a meditation that is the most important tool that you can use to urge your animal home.  The purpose of the Golden Chord is to calm your animal down so that he/she can think about where he/she is and what he/she is doing.  If you are upset, so is he/she.  If you are calm, so is he/she. When your animal is calm, he/she can think intelligently about how to get home.  Many times, the lost animal gets into "survival" mode.  The animal is so concerned about food, water, people, cars, and other environmental factors that he/she doesn�t take the time to sit down and think about a way out of his/her predicament.

Here's what you can do:
Go to a comfortable place in your house where you can relax without distractions. Take a couple of deep breaths.  Close your eyes and imagine a golden chord connecting your heart with your animal�s heart.  When you are calm and relaxed, you can encourage your animal to do whatever you feel is the best: You can tell him that the golden chord is a beacon for them to come home.   Follow the golden chord home.  If they are trapped somewhere, encourage them to break free.  If they are running loose, encourage them to go to a trustworthy person who can take them to a shelter.  You can also give your animal directions on how to find his way home.  You can use the Golden Chord as often as you like.

Please note:
Please note due to schedule restraints, I am not taking new lost animal cases.  For a list of practitioners that do please go to:
Click here: Animal Communication Practitioners & Resources - RESOURCES FOR LOST ANIMALS

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PO Box 265
Hershey, PA  17033
(717) 566-0922

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