Animals and Pets
This group of protesters proved that no matter what the challenge, anything can be changed with determination and enough heart.
This video perfectly illustrates the connection between all living things on Earth and shatters the perception that animals are different from humans in regards to pain and emotion.
Watch with awe as Animal Communicator, Anna Breytenback telepathically communicates with an abused and aggressive black panther named Diablo (Devil). You’ll be convinced of the authenticity of Anna’s work when you see her share communication from Diablo that only his new caretakers could know.
This is a collection of best animal spirituality books– animal spirits/souls, Power and Totem Animals, animals and the afterlife, Rainbow Bridge, animals and energy work like Reiki and crystal healing, animals as wisdom teachers, and other spiritual topics concerning the Animal Kingdom.
Jan 6, 2015 – As the year’s first blanket of snow coated the Washington, D.C. area today, giant panda Bao Bao spent much of the morning playing in it for the very first time. The sixteen month-old panda cub tumbled down the hill in her outdoor enclosure, climbed trees and pounced on her mother Mei Xiang. This video marks Bao Bao’s first encounter with snow, resulting in high-quality frolicking. Says noted animal lover Kate Dries, “This is the most I’ve ever seen a panda move.”
Researchers at NC State University have developed a high-tech harness that is equipped with a suite of technologies to enhance communication between dogs and humans, with applications in everything from search and rescue to service dogs to training our pets.
Nature photographer Frans Lanting uses vibrant images to take us deep into the animal world. In this short, visual talk he calls for us to reconnect with other earthly creatures, and to shed the metaphorical skins that separate us from each other.
Alexis Brooks talks with animal communicator Maureen Harmonay to discuss all of the ways in which our beloved animal companions are connected to us, and the one thing that binds us all together – Love! It was in the 1970’s while racing and breeding horses that Maureen Harmonay realized she had the ability to pick up […]
The research, published in the journal Current Biology, shows how animal ears don’t just move to better hear sounds. The movements have meaning to other horses.”Most significantly, our results demonstrate that animals with large, mobile ears can use these as a visual cue to attention,” co-authors Jennifer Wathan and Karen McComb wrote.