As pet owners, it is natural to wonder what exactly is on your furkid’s mind. While the conversations with our pets are mostly one-way, there are a gifted few who are equipped with the ability to communicate with and understand animals. Also known as animal communicators, these talented individuals often bridge the communication between pets and their owners. Taiwan-based Dolito is one of them.
With over ten years of experience in animal communication, Dolito is a famed and trusted animal communicator. In addition to connecting with numerous pets, she has appeared on television shows in Taiwan and Japan to communicate with dogs, some of whom are with celebrity backgrounds.
Today, we sit down with Dolito to learn more about her fascinating work.
1. Hello Dolito, we understand that you communicate with animals, but how exactly does the process work?
There are various ways for humans to communicate or to read pets. As for me, I do so telepathically. I reach out to the pets spiritually, to understand their thoughts. There is no specific language between us, such as English or Mandarin – it is more of a heart-to-heart communication.
Whether it is through thoughts or words, pet owners and their furkids are usually incapable of communicating with each other. At best, pet owners would make educated guesses on their pets’ needs or make their decisions based on observations. However, when I communicate with pets, I can hear and understand what is on their minds exactly.
2. How does animal communication benefit pets and their owners?
Understanding your pet’s thoughts allows you to gain insight into their actions, where this knowledge also helps to strengthen your bond. Through these sessions, pets would communicate to me about their concerns and joys. Pets are able to voice their worries, concerns or appreciation to their owners, allowing them to better understand how the pets feel. Much like our beliefs, a dog’s priority is always their owners – your pet’s concern for you can directly affect its mood.
Sessions with a trusted animal communicator also allow pet owners and pets to resolve conflicts, if any. I distinctly remember a session where a dog was unhappy with his “grandma” – the Mother-in-law of his owner. His grandma had been hospitalised and because of his strong dislike towards her, he had asked if she was going to pass on. His owner was shocked as she was unaware of her furkid’s mistreatment. Family harmony can affect a pet’s mood and feelings, and it is through animal communication sessions where pet owners are enlightened about their pets’ situation.