On 'Answer Your Cat's Questions Day' I turn to international best-selling author and pet communicator Joan Ranquet to find out how best to listen and respond to your cat's communications. Ranquet advises that one of the best ways to interact with any pet is to stop assigning our emotions to them. Instead, open yourself to focusing on your furry family member and then to quietly 'hear' what they are telepathically saying to you. According to Ranquet, all animals, including cats, need some sort of structure in order to thrive, so setting aside specific times to translate your cat's thoughts will bring big rewards. Pet Feng Shui says that you should put a photo of your pet in your 'Family/Friends' area. Of course, the photo should be in a wooden frame since wood is the element associated with this aspiration. Consider this is a great way to activate the family tree without barking up the wrong one.
By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com
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