An animal communicator spills the tea on the secret lives of pets
Is your cat a kitty party aunty?
Staring into those puppy-dog eyes we’ve all hoped, dreamed and begged on bended knee that one day, SOMEDAY, our beloved furry friend will finally talk back to us. Even if it’s just to tell us to stop whining so much. If only we could be an animal communicator like Dr Doolitle.
Few can say that they actually end up doing it. Like Annukta Ganjoo, who can talk to animals, so to speak. Crazy right? In the best way possible, of course. She honed her skills through a course on telepathic animal communication and hasn’t turned off her mental receiver since.
Dogs worry about their human’s acidity and animal ghosts like to keep tabs on what’s going on with their two-legged friends from the afterlife. Ganjoo’s insights into the secret lives of pets are hilarious, unexpected and heart-warming. And no, all cats don’t hate you. They do gossip about your antics, though.
While animal communication may be becoming increasingly popular – from finding lost pets to serving as a medium for ones that crossed the rainbow bridge – there are many sceptics too.
You can’t help but be curious about how it all works. Even if you’re a non-believer, you’ve never wondered why your dog insists on barking at one particular corner of the house every day at 3 AM?
Questions for the animal communicator are aplenty, and we’ve poked and prodded Ganjoo for the inner workings of her abilities. Is it like a telephone ringing in your head every time an animal wants to talk? Do elephants think humans are cute? Does my dog judge me for crying so much?