Animal Communicator Eileen Leskovec

The Animals Tell Me…

Answer Your Cat’s Question Day (January 22)

What do your cats think about? Their next meal, cuddle time, and finding the perfect nap spot, for sure. But there must be more going on inside those curious minds. To help us understand I asked some cats at random if they would share a question they’ve been pondering for a long time. These are actual questions as posed by the cats, with responses provided by two dogs, a pony and a pig More...

A kitten chooses his new name

Do you have trouble picking names for your pets? The best way is to have the animals themselves give you their opinions. Let me tell you how one of my cats picked his name. I adopted him at 7 weeks old after my cat in spirit selected him. I spent weeks trying to come up with the perfect name for my new friend. I considered hundreds of names but none of them felt right. Part of the difficulty in choosing was that he was too young for his personality to show much yet. His coloring didn’t give any obvious names […] More...

Fetch! Fetch? New housemates try to understand each other

Abby is a recently-adopted Blue Heeler still settling in to her household. Her new family discovered she loves playing non-stop fetch with her stick. As they threw the stick and Abby raced to retrieve it over and over again, they saw their two 6-month-old kittens, Frankie and Baby, were watching intently from the window as the game continued for over an hour. Their mom asked me what the animals thought of it all. More...

Why horses like grass

Watching horses graze is without a doubt one of the most peaceful experiences there is. The horses are relaxed, the rhythm of their chewing becomes melodic, and one can easily get lost in thought. Some friends were watching their horses happily grazing and got to wondering what the horses think of it.   Does it taste good? Do they bored eating the same thing all day? I asked three horses living at different farms here in Ohio to share their views. More...

Listen to your performance horse to improve your results

It takes a small village to train and show a horse: owner, rider, trainer, vet, farrier, groom, barn staff etc. When working with these experts to create your horse’s optimal training program, remember that the most important member of your team is your horse! Obtaining the horse’s input will help you create the best outcome possible as you work toward your goals. More...

Does Reiki energy healing work for animals? Animals Recommend It!

Reiki is a holistic approach to healing that helps the animal release any negative energy and heal. Certain animals have physical injuries. Reiki helps the animal heal quicker than it might have otherwise. Your animal can benefit from the deep relaxation and sense of well-being that is achieved through Reiki. All animals benefit from Reiki: dogs, horses, cats, hamsters, birds, barn pets; the list is endless. More...

A cat in spirit introduces me to my next kitten

After our animals pass away they remain connected to us and often help us from the other side. I’d like to share a story about the way my cat in spirit helped me find my next pet. When my cat Phoebe died suddenly I was completely unprepared for the loss. We didn’t know she was ill and her death came as a big shock. A few days after she passed away I was crying, missing her, and called out to her, saying how much I wished I could have her near again and hoping she’d somehow hear my thoughts. Her […] More...

Evidence of animals in the afterlife

If you’ve ever wondered if there’s proof that animals continue to the afterlife you may be interested in this fascinating case study presented by Dr. Adrian Klein, a leading afterlife researcher. He presents an overview of evidence he’s gathered regarding his dog Sally, including from my conversation with her after her passing. More...

The transformative power of animal communication

“This gives me such hope and thrill” A client wrote that after a session with her horse. One of the greatest joys of my job as an animal communicator is hearing of the changes that take place after a session. An animal that is withdrawn and skittish becomes confident and happy; an animal acting out in frustration becomes a willing partner; a pet owner learns how her pet feels instead of letting doubts interfere with her ability to enjoy their time together. These are just a few transformations that occur every day as a result of communicating with our animals. […] More...

One horse’s first experience with animal communication

People sometimes wonder how the animals respond to being contacted by me for their session. Most animals are comfortable using telepathy for communication so it’s no big deal to them. It’s no different than us receiving a phone call. But I’ll never forget the reaction of one horse named Dan. More...