Do You Intuitively Know What Your Animal Is Feeling?

Intuition Is Part of Animal Communication.

Intuition often appears as a feeling or knowing or an awareness about something.

Many people receive telepathically from animals in this way, but may not recognize it as true Animal Communication.

Often humans expect and desire to receive communication from animals in words, or even pictures.

But there is no one “right” way to experience Animal Communication.

When first learning to communication telepathically, you will be more successful if you start out where you already are.

In other words, when you receive messages intuitively and accept that, “this is how I receive telepathic information right now,” you will open yourself to receive and expand your telepathic ability with animals from there.

In contrast, if you say, “No, I don’t want to receive telepathically that way. I want to do it another way,” you’re creating a barrier of energy that will block your receptivity to messages from animals.

To strengthen your intuitive receptivity, follow through on your intuitive insights.

This provides a feedback loop that will help you expand your intuitive receptivity.

For example, if you sense your animal may be feeling sad, say something to the animal, such as ‘I’m wondering if you’re feeling sad.”

Watch how your animal responds to your verbal statement. You may notice physical signals that acknowledge your statement, such as a sigh, or closing of the eyes, for example. The response can be many different things, so just notice… notice… notice.

If you sense that there’s something wrong with your animal that requires veterinary help, don’t wait for symptoms. Go to a veterinarian that you trust and have them check out the animal.

You be surprised how this can save the animal’s life. And even if the veterinarian finds nothing wrong, the feedback will help you strengthen your intuitive abilities.

By working with your telepathic abilities at whatever level they are, you will soon find them expanding.

Your animals will appreciate knowing that you’re making an effort to communicate with them in their natural language: telepathic animal communication.

You’ll also find that increased intuitive ability can be a powerful tool in other areas of your life, such as when making decisions about jobs, where to live, or even whether to trust someone.

If intuition is your primary way of receiving animal communication, accept it with joy and work with it. The benefits will be great, and you’ll soon find yourself receiving telepathically from animals in other ways.

Tips For Breeding Rabbits

The breeding stock should be selected when they reach 4 to 5 months of age. The breeder should be selected from the largest litter. In males, it is very essential to see the presence of two testicles in the scrotum as testicles descend down from the body cavity at 12 weeks of age.

1. Extensive type of reproduction:-

Weaning here practiced is 5 to 6 weeks and re-breeding soon after weaning. Does are therefore mated once every 2.5 months. This is the best suited for tropical countries like India.

2. Semi intensive reproduction

Weaning is practised at 4-5 weeks of age. Breeding is practised after 10-20 days after kindling.

3. Intensive reproduction

Weaning is at 4 weeks of age. Mating is done immediately after kindling. Usually this practise is followed in western countries.

Always females should be put to the pen of male to avoid fighting. Mating should be done during coolest part of the day like early morning or late evening. After successful mating the male usually produces a typical cry sound and falls down on one side of the female. Soon after the mating the male one should be removed from the cage. The male should not be more than 3 to 4 days in a week and not more than 2 to 3 times in a day. The ratio of male to female is 1:10. Both the sexes should reach 70% of their adult body weight.

The breeding season is almost throughout year. But in India, autumn stress is encountered during hot weather.

Signs of heat in females

1. Restlessness, Rubbing the chin on the sides of the cage.

2. Lying in mating posture

3. They are spontaneous ovulators. Ovulation begins 10 hours after mating.

4. In heat, the female rabbit accepts male, otherwise it rejects.

5. In heat, the female assumes a typical pose called “lordosis” where the back is arched downward and hind quarter is raised.

6. The female one in di-estrous phage crouch at the corner of the cage.

7. After kindling (parturition), the re breeding happens after one week in intensive management. But normally re-mating is shown one week before weaning.

8. When temperature rises above 36 degree centigrade, temporary sterility happens.

8 Tips to Cheer Up Depressed Pets

What if lately, you’ve been noticing your pet sleeps abnormally (more than usual), eats less, seems sad, and spends most of its time moping round the house. All these behaviors are totally opposite to his or her normal behavior. Without a doubt, you may start to worry! Depression is what your furry friend may be experiencing. This condition isn’t dissimilar to that of humans.

You’re used to seeing your pet happy because he or she is always there for you whenever you’re down. The mere thought of seeing your furry friend crestfallen makes you sick. Now it’s your turn to be there for him or her. How do you cheer up your best friend? What are some of the methods you can use?

If your pet is depressed, here are 8 strategies to use to cheer him/her up:

1. Spend ample time with your pet

One of the most effective ways to cheer up pets is by spending more time with them, especially when they’re depressed. Now, more than ever, he or she needs you – your undivided attention. Spending quality time together shows your pet how much you love and cherish him or her. To transit from the pits to his/her joyful, happy self, simply give your pet your support, care, and love.

2. Indulge your pet in outdoor activities

Whether you own a cat or a dog, taking him for a fun afternoon out in the park is an effective way of cheering him up. At first, the pet won’t seem enthusiastic. However, as you two enjoy each other’s company, you’ll be surprised by how jovial he’ll turn out to be. Some physical exercise, a change in surroundings, and some quality time with you, will go miles to bring back enthusiasm in your pet.

3. Show your pet you’re happy

Did you know pets and dogs are very intelligent when it comes to telling if you’re happy, just by looking at your face? Consequently, when he’s depressed, avoid frowning or showing him or her that you’re sad. An effective way to cheer up your dog is by staying happy yourself.

4. Socialize your pet

Is your dog or cat depressed because he or she lost a companion or family member? If yes, then you need to take your pet to the park, or to a daycare center, where he or she can socialize with others. According to studies, animals enjoy same-species companionship. Therefore, you shouldn’t hesitate to try out this strategy.

5. Reward your pet for positive behavior

This strategy is more of a positive reinforcement. When he or she shows any sign of getting over depression, you should give your pet a treat or pat on the head. It’s important to note that you shouldn’t be overly sympathetic as this will encourage others to remain depressed in order to enjoy the same attention. You need to show him or her how pleased you are anytime he or she eats meals properly, or plays with you in the park.

6. Comfort your pet with favorite toys

Does your cat or dog have a favorite toy? A great way to cheer up your cat is by giving him or her toys to play with. Most pets have a tendency to find comfort in familiarity. They’ll be more cheery if they are around their favorite toys.

7. Play him or her some music

In the same way music calms and soothes human beings, most pet owners admit that music is also magical to pets. Surprisingly, you’ll be able to lift up the mood of your pet by playing him or her some soothing music. Just ensure that the volume isn’t too high. The last thing you want is to make things worse.

8. Take your pet out for a ride

This strategy works wonders especially if your pet enjoys going for rides. If possible, bring your entire family with you when stepping out for a ride. In addition to enjoying the family’s company, he or she will also enjoy the fresh air.

5 Ways to Show Your Pet Love in Their Own Language

1. Make eye contact
Gazing deeply into a loved one’s eyes has long been regarded as a signal of love and trust, but did you know that this is also true of the love between you and your pet? Leading scientists have recently discovered that when your pet stares at you, they are essentially hugging you with their eyes. Far from being regarded as a threat, this connection can actually stimulate chemicals in your pet’s brain which strengthens the bond your share. That being said, it probably isn’t advisable to stare your neighbour’s pit-bull square in the eye just yet, maybe wait until you know each other a little better.

2. Give your pet a massage
It’s been a long- proven fact that stroking an animal can lower blood pressure and act as a means of de-stressing. This form of displaying affection, however, can actually have mutual benefits. Stroking a cat from head to tail, for instance, can relax your feline’s muscles which will turn your sofa, bedroom or office into a naturally safe place.

3. Make some time for your BFF
This one seems simple on paper, but we all know how hectic life can get. If it isn’t a work deadline or driving the kids to another after school club, there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. However, spending just five minutes of quality time with your pet can make all the difference to your life as well as theirs. Not only will it show your pet how much you care, it will give you a much-needed break from the chaos of modern life. Make a simple change and let your dog lie at your feet when you work from home or invite you cat to sink into your lap when you read.

4. Give your pet a treat
We all love getting a present, especially when we aren’t expecting one. Your pet is no different. If your pet has been good, learnt a new trick or simply just because you love them, why not give them their favourite treat to let them know how special they are to you?

5. Play and have fun
Remember what it was like to be a child? Life was all about playing, having fun and simply being carefree. Those days may seem long ago, but your pet is the key to unlocking your inner child. Animals love nothing more than being allowed to play and revel in freedom, why not join them? Get muddy with your dog at the park, chase string around the kitchen with your cat or create a network of toilet roll tunnels for your hamster. Your pet will love the adventure and excitement of the game and will love you for being a part of it.

Pet Loss Grief

Most of us have endured the pain of losing a beloved pet at some point in life and depending upon the type of relationship we had with our pet it will undoubtably measure how much pain we suffer after the loss. Some people develop a profound bond over time with their pet, while others may just enjoy having them around and usually recover from grief rather quickly. They may even replace their deceased pet right away to help them cope and move on from the grieving process more quickly. Everyone has their own unique way of coping with pet loss.

The loss of a special animal companion can leave devastating heartache and most people will suffer in silence out of fear of not being taken seriously just because the loss was not a human loss. There are many people today in situations where their pets mean everything to them just like any human being could. Many have been let down by those around them therefore turning to an animal for unconditional love and company and as a confidante. This is quite normal as animals have qualities our fellow humans do not seem to indicate.

Companion animals have now become an accepted part of our family and when a pet passes away we feel that as such. I lost my pet lizard just one year ago, and the pain I felt was so immense I didn’t want to go on anymore. I felt the best thing I could do for myself and on behalf of my deceased pet was to write about pet grief loss and become a “Pet Loss Counsellor,” in which I have only started studying at an online college. The bond I had with my pet lizard was very profound indeed.

Our pets or as I prefer to call them “family members” teach us so much about ourselves if we are open to allowing them to educate us. Even after they pass into spirit the lessons themselves are more vivid and real. Heartbreaking grief over the loss of a pet is not something to hide or be ashamed of. Pets are our family and we grieve for them in that way. There are groups you can join on social media such as Facebook. This gives grieving pet carer’s a chance to express their grief in a safe and non judgemental social environment

We now live in a very different world from what it was twenty years ago, no one needs to bottle their emotions up any longer in fear of being ridiculed or made fun of. Animals are not rated as “just pets” but our best friends and our confidante’s and most of all our mentors.