Ever since Claudia Hehr of Erin near Georgetown, Ontario was a little girl, she could understand animals but not the way most people do. She could actually hear their thoughts.
“I always knew what was going on with the animals,” she said in a telephone interview on March 1 2010. “I’d tell my mom and she’d say, ‘Oh, don’t say that. People will think you’re crazy.’ It was pretty disheartening.”
Claudia decided to keep her gift to herself after that and it was not until years later that she learned there were other people who shared her ability. This led her to take an introductory course on how to communicate with animals.
“I already could communicate with them but this gave me guidance,” she explained.
Since then, she’s been helping pets and their owners by using her gift of telepathy to talks with them to find out their concerns. The most common ones, she said are either behavioral or health issues.
“I have clients all over the world,” she said. “Telepathy has no restrictions.”
Claudia noted a woman with a Bull Mastiff, who called her about her pet. She had rescued the animal but even after a year and a half, the dog would not let her touch him.
“He just cowered on the floor. He was one of the most abused cases I’d ever heard of.” Claudia said she asked the dog what was wrong and he replied, “When is she going to hurt me?”
She then talked with the dog and told him that he had nothing to fear with his new owner, that she loved him and would not hit him.
“I alleviated his fear,” she said adding that about a week later, his owner was surprised when he sat up on the couch right next to her.
A Cat’s Wish
In another case, Claudia noted that a friend of hers in Europe had a cat with a tumor in its jaw that the vet said should be euphemized. The woman was torn between her love for her cat and losing her – that is until Claudia communicated with her cat.
“The animal said he was fine and in no pain,” she said.
Although the tumor continued to grow, the cat insisted that he wanted to be with his family for Christmas and New Years. His only concern, she said, was that “he was embarrassed about drooling.”
Then to everyone’s surprise, the cat got his wish.
“Believe it or not, on New Year’s Day at 2 a.m. in the morning, he fell asleep and never woke up.”
She added that although she’s not a veterinarian and cannot diagnose illnesses, she is able to translate what an animal is feeling and what they are experiencing. She has several pets of her own, including a dog that woke up one morning in excruciating pain. She learned from the vet that the dog had colitis and should be euphemized.
“She couldn’t move,” she said but added that her dog said, “No, don’t do that. It’s just nerves. Then I found an acupuncturist and after two weeks, my dog was in the park chasing balls again!”
Claudia explained that animals are very intelligent and have wonderful insight as well.
“She knew what was going on with her body. Animals have incredible wisdom. Don’t look down on them.”
She added that being able to help animals through inter-species telepathy is a gift she cherishes.
“You really can make a difference,” she said adding that she’s also able to communicate with animals that have left their physical body. “They are never away from you. They are always with you. I communicate with all the animals that have left, every day.”
The only downside, she said, is that she cannot handle going to zoos, where many animals are not happy with their situation.
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