As an animal communicator one of the most difficult areas of animal communication is working with a missing, lost, or stolen animal.


This is such a painfully difficult time for anyone who is or has suffered this type of loss of their beloved animal. It is always heart wrenching when we lose an animal, but when we do not know what has happened to them, it makes the pain even more unbearable.


Days, months, years can go by, and we can still continue to worry as to whether they still are alive.


Animals that are lost, missing, or stolen will not be thinking, feeling, or behave as they would do in their normal familiar surroundings, for obvious reasons. The information can become very foggy, because the mind of the animal is all over the place.


It is very important when communicating with a lost animal to keep expectations real and that the distressed human is not led with false hope, because the reason around why the animal is lost or missing, is not always straightforward.

· Is the animal stolen?

· Does the animal want to be found?

· Is the animal still alive?



The toughest question is, are they still alive?

If there have been sightings, this can really be helpful, as it gives hope and positivity in finding the animal. But remember the animal can cover a lot of ground in a short space of time. So even if the animal has been spotted, it does not mean it will still be in the same location, but it gives a lot of comfort to know that the animal is still alive.



When it comes to communicating with a stolen animal, it is very helpful if you can work with a timeline leading up to the event. When working with a stolen animal it is good to try and connect with them, using your senses to see through their eyes, hear through their ears, smell through their nose, how do you feel, hot, cold wet? Building up as much information as you can, work your way along the timeline, to where they are now.

Make the animal as hot as possible, publicity, publicity, publicity!



There are times when an animal does not want to be found. This is normally quite unusual as animals are so loyal. However, there are times when the best thing for the animal is to leave.

Although it is not fully known why some cats go away to die, it’s likely that when our cats become very old and feel unwell, they prefer to be alone and rest.



The hardest part about looking and communicating for a lost animal is whether or not they are still alive.

Sometimes the lost animal may not be able to find its way home, the stolen animal may have been too well hidden, the animal may not want to come home and has found a new home, sometimes depended on species the animal may revert back to their innate behaviour, in affect becoming a wild animal, they may have crossed the world of spirit.

It is the not knowing that is difficult to cope with for the human. Whether or not the animal finds his or her way home, you must allow yourself time to grieve.



Gather Information:

• How long

• Timeline

• Any sightings

• Looking through the animals’ eyes

• What do I hear children, bells, cars, etc.

• What do I Smell

• What do I Feel

• What I see (landmarks)

• Remote viewing – Location

• Dowsing – Map Reading

• Questioning the animal to receive specific details

• Sensing the difference in energetic state and the spirit connection with the body

• Linking with the lost animal to guide it home


Working in this area of animal communication can be very time consuming, but also very rewarding when the animal is located and reunited with their human!


Are you looking for an empathic communicator to offer you help and support? I offer Animal Communication sessions.


Would you like to discover more about animal communication? I offer 121 coaching and mentoring with regards to developing your Animal intuition.


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