Tracking missing or lost animals
Being lost is an emotional situation for the animal and its human companion, and can be for the communicator as well. It's not easy to deal with not knowing what has happened to your animal friend. I know from personal experience how worried, scared and helpless a person feels about the safety of their animal companion.
Given the nature of these situations, no communicator can guarantee results. The longer the animal is lost or missing, the more difficult it can be to find them, so time is of the essence in contacting a communicator for assistance
You will receive as much detailed information as they are able to provide. Be prepared that it can be a dead end street: your animal friend may already be in a new home, in a shelter or pound, or have passed on. They may, in rare cases, not wish to return home. They may not know where they are. so the information is subjective - meaning be open to expanding your thinking about how to use the information. Be prepared that the communication may be disappointing to you, as animals donít think in terms of street names, names of office buildings, etc., so a communicator may or may not be able to pinpoint a precise location where the animal can be found.
Most important never loose hope and also keep on praying as this is most powerful. Asking God to help guide you with the search and ask Him to open your eyes and ears to hear your angels messages guiding you to your pet. Animals also have their guardian angels that guides and protects them. We don't always know God's will for the animals but we must accept that if we do our best God will do the rest and that He is in control.