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...

Moving Through Grief: Advice from pets in spirit

When a beloved pet passes on the loss can feel overwhelming. In this article a group of spirits of deceased pets discuss their advice on how people can best move through their grieving process into a state of peace. 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...

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...

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...

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...

Conversation with a hospital fish

While a friend’s son was in the hospital having surgery she was in a hospital waiting room near a large tank with many beautiful fish. As she sat waiting one fish seemed to be watching her and she became fascinated by him. She sent me several photos of this little guy she dubbed ‘Fishy’ and commented “This fish looks like he wants to talk!” Later I talked to him about his life at the hospital. I hope you enjoy learning his thoughts. 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...