Do you ever feel like your pet can read your mind? I had an Irish Setter once that would be snoring in the living room and as soon as I opened the refrigerator door in the kitchen to grab some food, her head would be next to me asking "what's for dinner?". It's uncanny how they know things without speaking our intentions out loud. How do they know you are on your way home from work to look out the window in anticipation? What about waking you up at the exact same time every morning? They don’t wear watches. I believe it’s because they are masters at telepathy, which is the ability to tune into energy over distance. This is also how they know you've had a bad day so they can snuggle up next to you to support you in your darkest moments. It's their gift and it’s how they are able to communicate with us.
Before I learned animal communication, I had a dog, Bo, that surprised me one day as I was giving our other dog, Q, his peanut butter with his meds. You know how you always have to give the "other dog" whatever treat you are giving one dog so there won't be hurt feelings? I "heard" from behind me very sternly, "where is my peanut butter?" I turned around to see Bo staring me down with the most incredulous eyes filled with shock, disbelief, and anger that somehow I had forgotten him! Apologetically, I hurried and gave him his peanut butter before he had a melt down. I would have had to ask forgiveness for the next week and a half if I hadn't. That's how long poodles hold grudges. He forgave me, thank goodness. Crisis averted. A little peanut butter goes a long way!
If you want to test this out, call the name of your pet silently in your mind and then send them a picture of what you are about to do. See what happens!