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Curbing Negative Pet Behaviors With The Aid Of A Communicator

Isobel Ruiz

If your cat has been urinating on flooring or scratching furnishings on a frequent basis, you may be troubled by the onset of negative behaviors and the reasoning behind your pet changing their routine. There are various products on the market that can aid with curbing negative behaviors, including sprays and slipcovers, but these products don't always stop negative behaviors in their entirety. Consult with an animal communicator who uses a combination of a telepathic communication technique and behavioral studies.

A Negative Response And Its Effects

If you yell at your pet or use a spray bottle to intimidate your cat into stopping the disruptive behavior, you are drawing emphasis to the action and could be compounding the problem further. Loud yelling and scare tactics could make your pet act out even more since they may experience stress or fear and use urinating in a familiar place or scratching as coping mechanisms.

An animal communicator may suggest that you focus on the positive attributes of your pet's personality. If you see your pet behaving well and are appreciative of their calm demeanor, giving your cat a pat on the back or rewarding your pet with a treat may reinforce the positive behaviors and take the emphasis off the negative ones.

Telepathic Communication And Behavioral Studies

An animal communicator uses telepathy to communicate with an animal. Telepathy involves channeling messages from one brain to another, allowing both living creatures to bring up concerns, ask questions, and provide feedback. When you consult with a communicator, tell them about your pet and the amount of time that your cat has been your companion.

Share information concerning your pet's overall demeanor and the moment you first discovered the onset of the negative behaviors. The communicator will channel energy from your pet, by focusing on the current situation and attempting to communicate through a concentrated thought process.

Some communicators claim to be able to receive detailed feedback from animals, including information about what is troubling them and what they would like their owners to do, to change a current situation. A communicator will provide you with an analysis of their initial telepathic conversation.

This information may guide you in making changes yourself, which will support your pet's behavioral modification. Studies that the communicator has participated in will allow them to offer insight about a particular breed, which can further guide you in communicating effectively with your pet or supporting positive behaviors.