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Sunday, 6 November 2011

More on Animal Telepathy

Here are some more interesting things about how animals are telepathic.  

Dogs are very good at picking up if you are ill and have sometimes been known to “show you” where something needs treating on your body.  There are many tales of dogs who have started acting very differently to their owner and kept sniffing a certain area of their body.  They seem especially good at detecting cancers.  They may be able to smell them or they just sense them and try to point them out to the owner as soon as possible.  Dogs can detect our moods very easily and are always on hand if we feel sad or upset.  They try their hardest to make us feel better.  They also know when to keep out of our way if we are feeling annoyed or angry.  And if we are feeling excited and happy they start jumping about too.

Other animals are also good at telepathy.  Our cat always wants to go under the settee before a storm and certainly before we ever hear any thunder.  Most annoyingly cats are renowned for disappearing just before the vets appointment is due – they could have been around all day but as that time draws near they leave the house and are nowhere to be seen and will not come if you call them. 

It is well known that animals go for shelter before a hurricane, earthquake or volcanic eruption.  Domestic animals as well as wild animals react to these events well before they actually take place.

One last thing, dogs (and cats too) are excellent at finding their way home even from very long distances – I heard of one that travelled almost 80 miles.   This can sometimes happen if you move home as well which is why it is best to keep the pet in for a few weeks when you move as they tend to head back to their old house even if you are with them in the new house.  If a pet goes missing after a house move the best place to start looking is at the old house.  Of course the instinct is much more intense if you are not with them at the new residence.  If you have left them with a friend for instance while you are away for the weekend.  This happened to us once – we went to stay with some friends overnight and left our Tibetan Terrier with my daughter and her 2 dogs and 3 cats at her house which was some miles away from our house.  Well when we got back the next day (I guess this was before mobile phones were so popular) there were about 25 calls on our answer machine from my frantic daughter asking us to get in touch as soon as we got home.  Apparently they had gone out for a couple of hours in the evening and when they got home our dog had just disappeared into thin air.  They had no idea how he had got out as they had made sure he was safely in when they left and they finally worked out that he must have managed to squeeze himself out of the cat flap and had dug under the garden fence.  They spent the night touring the streets and contacting the police etc.  Finally the next afternoon, they were contacted by the police as a couple had found him in another village en route home to our house.  He had even crossed a railway track to get that far.  One more point on that – even though he had a name tag on and had been microchipped the lady let it slip to the policeman that they were thinking of keeping him but they already had 2 dogs so couldn’t really have another one as well!!

Then of course we mustn’t forget there are homing pigeons – no matter where you take them, they find their way home.  Also many other birds find their way home, as well as fish and frogs and more that I haven’t thought to mention.  In fact quite a few wild animals find their way back to a breeding ground.  They all have a sixth sense that is lost on us humans or is it a seventh sense as some human even have what we call a sixth sense? 

And yes, there are pictures of my 2 dogs.

Here are the last of the Universal Laws:

Law of Logical Argument - Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.

Law of Commercial Marketing Strategy - As soon as you find a product that you really like, they will stop making it.

Doctors' Law - If you don't feel well, make an appointment to go to the doctor, by the time you get there you'll feel better. But don't make an appointment, and you'll stay sick.

And here is the tittle for today:

A group of Americans were travelling by tour bus through Holland
As they stopped at a cheese farm, a young guide led them through the process of cheese making, explaining that goat's milk was used.
She showed the group a lovely hillside where many goats were grazing.
'These' she explained, 'Are the older goats put out to pasture when they no longer produce.'
She then asked, 'What do you do in America with your old goats?'
A spry old gentleman answered, 'They send us on bus tours'.

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