Is there any way to talk to animals?i've tried anything i can get of,but i can't talk to my cat,do i need more patience?'cause i want to know what my cat wants,i want to talk to her,'cause it's worrying me that she might die,she's weak right now and i want to know what i can do for her...i don't want to just let her die so can anyone please help me with this??
As a practioner of demonic magick and spiritual evocation, I would recommend that you take a look at the lesser key of solomon, herehttp://hermetic.com/norton/pdf/goetia.pdf. In the book, one of the demons mentioned is Barbatos, who has the power to teach you how to understand the singing of birds and the voices of other animals.
Animals have no language. Not in the proper sense. You're free to talk to your pet all you like. You'll never understand them though. If a dog or cat could speak they'd say a few things like "food" "potty" "ball" etc. They don't have a mind like a human's. You really do need to take her to the vet. Ne demon will be able to translate for you either, despite what that kid says. Keep in mind he's a fourteen year old claiming to be practiced in conjuring demons that even some of the most adept practitioners can't control.
"If a dog or cat could speak they'd say a few things like "food" "potty" "ball" etc. They don't have a mind like a human's. "-Peccator
I disagree with you one this one point. I think you are underestimating the intelligence of dogs and cats. A fully matured Cat or Dog have an intelligence similar to that of a 2-4 year old. What you are discribing sounds more of the minds of a bird. I just had to point this out. I personally dislike it when people underestimate the intelligence of Dogs and Cats. Those 2 are one of my favourite animals.
"Animals have no language. Not in the proper sense."-Peccator
I am pretty sure Dolphins and Whales have an established language system.
It is abit nitpicky , so sorry about that. Agree with you on the rest of your points though.
You're right, I'm just generalizing. Dogs have a vocabulary of around 160 words. Cats... Not so much. They're not social animals per se, and have no need to learn words. Though they have some sign language, and can detect voice notes, but they'd have absolutely no way of telling you what's wrong with them.