A Lost Animal Consultation includes one round of map dowsing and one in-depth communication session with your lost animal companion that is completed within 24 – 48 hours after receiving your payment and information. Tim’s information is shared through email, unless it is determined that your animal companion has made his or her transition, or, if the information that is received needs your immediate attention, in which case you will receive an urgent telephone call.
So you have the information in printable form to take with you to conduct your search, the information that is provided to you will be via email.
This includes the information that is shared from the communication with your lost animal, results of the map dowsing session, and a copy of the map with push pin indicators as to where your animal companion’s energy is the strongest. While map dowsing is relatively accurate, an exact address is rarely found but rather a location (or locations/areas) to focus on.
A Lost Animal Consultation includes email answers to one follow up email from you for clarification on the information provided. So be sure to include all of your questions in your email.
1) Purchase your consultation and Tim will be notified immediately. He will be expecting your animal’s information by email and will schedule your session ASAP.
2) Next, you will be given a list of instructions on how to give Tim the information he needs to begin the work after you complete your purchase.
Look in your inbox for the emailed instructions (if you don’t see it, be sure to check your spam folder and whitelist our domain name www.ValHeart.com)
Consultations are generally scheduled within 24 hours of receiving your payment and the required information (below) because we understand your heartbreak and know that finding lost animals is a top priority.
Tim will need:
* The name of the lost animal companion
* A picture of the lost animal companion
* The address where the lost animal companion went missing from
* Any addresses where the lost animal companion has been seen since leaving
* The date the animal companion went missing
* Your contact phone number (in case he need to reach you by phone) and e-mail address where you would prefer the results of the lost animal consultation to be sent
Is there a guarantee? Tim uses map dowsing in combination with animal communication to assist in locating missing animals. While success cannot be guaranteed because of various issues including their unique viewpoint and mindset, why they left, and timing issues. Animals are often on the move and can change location fairly quickly. However, Tim’s information has frequently helped reunite animals with their families. The media has covered many Lost Animal cases that Tim has helped to resolve.
Note: Working with lost or missing animals is a difficult field for many reasons, and not all animal communicators are able to do this well. Tim has many years of experience, so if anyone can help you, he can.
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I’ve personally checked Tim’s work and am confident that if anyone can help you find your animal, Tim can. That’s why I brought him on staff, so you can get the help you need when you need it.
Wishing you and your pet much love,
Delighted to report that Animal Communicator and Author Tim Link based in Atlanta, GA helped the founder of Brazoria County Humane Society in Alvin, TX find her lost dog — a 2 lb, 18 year-old, blind Yorkie! Thank you, Tim! You’re a life saver.
Our Bengal Cat Made it Home!
My dad was visiting me from out of town, and had brought his best friend, Pique a Boo, a beautiful Bengal cat. Pique, who is not at all used to the outdoors or my neighborhood, escaped from my house. We searched the neighborhood high and low, put fliers everywhere we could think of, talked to everyone who lived nearby, but a full 24 hours later, he was still missing. My dad was distraught and I have never felt so helpless. It finally occurred to me to ask Val Heart if she could help. She put me in touch with Tim, who had answers for me in a short time.
Tim told me that he had communicated with Pique, and that the cat told him that he was calm and comfortable, and had showed him a pool, a creek that was close to a school, and an area with scrap metal. Tim asked Pique a Boo to return to my home. Tim recommended that I set a humane trap towards the back of my yard.
Right around this time, my neighbor called to tell me that he had spotted the cat in the middle of the night, but couldn’t catch him! I immediately went to borrow a trap and my dad returned to my house. As soon as my dad pulled up, Pique a Boo casually walked up to my front door! After a full 24 hours of searching, calling him, he just calmly returned!
He also told me that Pique was calm and comfortable- that was the last thing any of us had expected to hear. The cat went absolutely wild when he escaped a few times from my father’s house. I honestly thought Tim might have been off on that point, but he was completely correct!
Thank you, Tim!
Liz Parker, Editor of Austin Pets Directory and Magazine