Friday, 12 December 2014

What does your pet's voice sound like?

As an animal (and a super wise cat goddess), I can communicate telepathically with my mum and that's how she hears me back. Sometimes it's hard breaking through her clouded mind but she is very good at hearing me and so I get my needs met all the time, even if there is a slight delay getting the message across. This usually happens when Mum is having one of her off days.



Mum likes to call the voice that speaks to her from my eyes the soul voice. She imagines my soul voice to be a lot like her voice, though slightly more Cockney. Of course I am a Londoner so what can one expect? Yes, I may be a goddess, but I'm not posh.

You thought I was, didn't you?



Anyway, Mum says she hears a little Cockney accent coming from my soul when we link telepathically.

Though I wasn't born within earshot of the sound of Bow Bells (which to be a true Cockney that's where you should have been born), it doesn't really matter. We Londoners (especially North Londoners) tend to have a similar accent.

And you know what? Mum is right. That is what I sound like (even though I don't talk out loud).

When you humans talk to your animal companions how do you imagine their inner voice to sound like when they talk back?

You may think that it's your imagination when you hear your animal talk back, but Mum has studied animal communication and she knows that what she hears isn't her imagination but my own thoughts. I mean, come on, how else can we animals communicate if we can't actually speak out loud?

Mum picks up my thoughts pretty easily, and we are sure you all pick up your own pet's thought too, though sometimes you may dismiss the idea, thinking you were just imagining it.

Believe that you are really linking with your pet's mind and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. You see, sometimes you might pick up an image in your mind. Well, you know what that is? That's right - your pet sent you that image!

That's how we animals communicate with each other too. We use telepathy.

So go on, please tell us how you imagine your pet's voice to sound like.

And if you do actually hear your pet's voice as a speaking voice then please also tell us! We make no judgements here:)

Interested in learning more about animal communication?

Then why not check out these books? Mum has read them all and can highly recommend them.

6 comments:

Vanessa Morgan said...

I've always imagined Avalon's voice to be very deep, like you'd imagine the voice of a large, fluffy monster :)

Grace said...

I haven't a clue what my cats voices would sound like. The big orange boy has this tiny high-pitched cat-voice, which I always find funny. Miss Frankie on the other hand has a variety of sounds that sound, well, normal. I know what they want, most of the time, just through living with them for years - Miss Frankie is always quite clear that she wants pets and BB is always quite clear that he wants food!

Summer said...

My human says I have not grown into my adult voice yet, so she isn't sure how I sound! Although when she reads other cats' blogs and they are from a different country, she hears their accents. She loves Rumblepurr's New Zealand accent a lot! Very suave.

Jane and Chris said...

One cat ,no longer with us, was a big Maine Coon cross...he spoke to me with a soft lisp.
None of our other cats have done this.
Jane x

Marty the Manx said...

It is different for me and my kids. What they want just comes into my head, I just seem sensitive to their wants and needs, it has always been that way with all of my furkids. It was uncanny with my Oskar though :)

Marie Symeou said...

Thanks for sharing your stories with us, everyone. Interesting stuff!

Purrs xx
Athena and Marie