Animal Communicator Eileen Leskovec

The Animals Tell Me…

Pet Quirks: “Why do our cats drink bath water?”

“After anyone takes a bath in our house, when the water has drained from the tub our two cats can’t wait to jump in and drink the water that’s left. They don’t seem to be attracted to the soap – we tried 5 different soaps and shampoos and they still do it. They drink from their water bowl so it’s not lack of clean water. We don’t mind that they do this, but we wonder why.” Their two young cats explain. More...

Do pets daydream?

Pets daydream in the same ways we do and derive the same pleasure from it. Here they talk of their daydreams which include idealized views of their world, pleasant reviews of their day, wishes to act in ways their bodies don’t allow, as well as pure fantasy. More...

FAQ: I want to have an animal communication session but I don’t know what questions to ask my animals!

People are often interested in having a session with an animal communicator but they’re not sure what questions to ask their animal. They’ve been putting it off because they’re afraid they’ll ‘waste’ their session by asking the ‘wrong’ questions. This is especially true when it’s their first time working with an animal communicator; the first time communicating with this particular animal; talking with an animal who has passed on; or when asking deeper, more spiritually-based questions for the first time. There’s a learning curve that everyone goes through when trying to figure out what to expect and what’s possible, and […] More...

FAQ: How can I get my pets to stop waking me up so early?

Finally you have a day off and you’re looking forward to sleeping in late. Then your dog or cat wakes you up at dawn. Or they constantly wake you at 5:00 am instead of waiting for the alarm clock. Sound familiar? It’s one of the most common complaints I hear from pet owners. Try this simple solution to teach your animals about wake-up times.

People laugh when I tell them this is all they have to do to teach their pets to not wake them. But it works, even for people who have never tried communicating with their pets in this way before. More...

FAQ: Do animals know their correct age?

This is a common question since so many of our animals are rescued or adopted from shelters with little known of their history. It can be difficult to gauge an adult animal’s age based on physical appearance alone. Adding the animal’s opinion can help give a more accurate picture in some cases. Animals measure time in different ways. Some understand the concepts of month, year and so on, and measure time quite accurately in that framework. Others don’t feel the need to assign labels to time and have devised their own way of tracking it. A small percentage have trouble […] More...

FAQ: “When you’re out in public do animals ever just start talking to you?”

Yes, all the time.  Animals seem to sense who can hear them telepathically and they initiate conversations.  Sometimes I’m interested to talk with them too but the timing isn’t right. I remember going to check out a boarding stable years ago.  The owner was walking a group of us potential boarders around the property, giving us a detailed description of her operations.  As she walked us down one barn aisle to show off the ‘best’ horses -talented show jumpers- another horse caught my attention.  He was an older gelding, not much to look at More...

FAQ: “How do you interpret what the animal is describing?”

It’s usually fairly straightforward.  When I’m talking telepathically with an animal I receive mainly words combined with photographs or short videos.  It’s similar to watching a brief movie trailer.  Here’s a typical example. More...