Animals, Part 2

About the Questions: We received two linked responses after the Masters answered the following question which appeared on June 3rd:

Masters, many animals are reared in bad conditions and eaten without thought of the suffering involved. Are such animals without choice and merely sacrificial within the scheme of things? Or is a higher purpose involved? Why so little emphasis on love and compassion for all living beings?

The Masters understood this initial question to relate to the majority of animals which are used to feed the huge populace of the planet and answered for that massive amount of beasts.


Masters, I’m so grateful for your reply and the insight I have gained. But all my dogs have been unconditionally loving, sensitive and with a range of emotions which convinces me that animals are sentient, and mine (at least) 🙂 have souls. My love and respect goes to people on their journey, but the strongest love of all I send to the animals in their purity and vulnerability. ~Jerry, UK.  

Masters, you have mentioned most animals have only a spark with no emotions. I beg to differ. Also my domestic cat and other pets that I have studied do have emotions and they are very highly aware of orbs and spirits around. Also animals can be Guides in disguise. We can all learn from our beloved furry friends. ~S, NZ

ANSWER: Wow! Only one to two percent of all souls choose to have an animal life. In all the millennium of humanity, less than a dozen have selected “feed animals” as their experience of living in other than a human body. The most common choice is companion animals, followed by horses, then wild predator cats and birds, and dolphins.

Companion animals, mostly pet style cats and dogs, spend so much time with their ‘owners’ that they are able to mirror or mimic their activity. All mammals are aware of the other animals and humans around them, if for no other reason than to protect themselves from harm or to wheedle a treat out of an adoring human. Orbs and spirits give off vibrational energy to which animals respond.

Even plant species, also activated by a spark of life, react to stimuli. They will turn toward a warm source, as long as it is not too hot, and move their roots closer to a water supply. Some have even been seen to curl into themselves to prevent being eaten by insects. They respond to voices and music with growth spurts and increased floral displays. These are all reactions and not indications of sentient activity.

Being able to respond to a stimulus does not indicate a thinking process but a well-tuned survival instinct. You reward your pets for their loyalty, love, and responsiveness to your actions so they have been trained to react to you. And, yes, some even have had souls – but by no means all.