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I Eat Poop: How To Telepathically Communicate With Animals Of All Species And Validate Communications Paperback – November 1, 2011
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I Eat Poop
How To Telepathically Communicate
With Animals Of All Species
And Validate Communications
Copyright © 2011
By Donna BP
All rights reserved, including reproduction of this work in any form without written permission from the author, except brief passages when used in connection with a review.
First Edition 2011
Cover design and artwork: Donna BP
Interior: Donna BP
To my mother, Jean, she always told me,
"You can do it!"
These are my own experiences and opinions and the reader should not assume that these are the only methods to communicate with animals, or expect that everyone will learn to communicate telepathically with animals. I would urge everyone that wants to learn animal communication to read as many different books on the subject as they can.
Any references to show hosts or their shows and authors or their books do not indicate an endorsement by them.
No claims are being made that animal communication, as described and discussed herein, is a substitute for veterinarian care, professional training, professional services or common sense in dealing with human/animal issues and relationships.
The author makes no claims to being an expert at anything and is not promoting a particular position with respect to religion or politics.
All accounts described herein are true, presented in chronological order, and extreme effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the events and verbatim transcript of the animal communications.
About the Author
Donna BP has been involved with animals for most of her life. While she was in the sixth grade, Donna worked for a veterinarian and assisted with surgeries and cared for the animals over the weekend when the office was closed. After high school, Donna was employed as an animal groomer. She also had significant exposure to numerous exotic animals and even cared for a baby lion cub. When Donna heard on a late night talk radio show that anybody could talk to animals, she made it her mission to learn as much as possible about the subject. She tried various animal communication methods she had read about but nothing appeared to work. So, Donna developed her own method to accomplish telepathic animal communication and proved that her method worked. After achieving repeatable results and validated proof that she was telepathically communicating with animals, Donna was offered her own call-in radio show where she convinced many listeners that her method was simple, to the point and profound in its repeatable validated results. Soon thereafter, Donna made it her mission to write a book, I Eat Poop, to improve the human/animal condition, tell the animal’s stories in their own words, and teach others her method to achieve telepathic animal communication and validate those communications. In addition to Donna’s continued involvement with animal communication, she is an accomplished quality and business consultant, gem cutter, silversmith, prospector and has maintained two related businesses in these fields for more than 25 years.
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Donna has the ability to telepathically converse with creatures of all kinds. The stories contained in I Eat Poop are heart warming, surprising, funny, and endearing. Elk have their opinions about being prey animals. Rabbits can be friendly. Even water bugs and ants have something to say. Dogs have many stories to tell in this book. I found the stories about the horses very interesting because I have often wondered what horses really think about the conditions they are sometimes kept in, their future fate and past homes, all must affect the horses.
I am inspired to try Donna's technique to find that place in my brain where I can converse with my dogs and horse. Actually I think that will spill over into talking to my chickens, who don't understand that I'm not the predator someone told them I am.
This book, through anecdotes, has taught me that dogs understand so much more about what we think and say than we give them credit for. If there's one takeaway for any animal lover, it is to always respect the animal. When they are trying to tell you something, get up off the couch and find out what it is. Never berate them, even in jest. They pick up on that.
I'll admit that I began reading the view with a skeptic's eye, although I am open-minded to things that are outside the human realm of understanding. I'd be lying to say that I'm not still a skeptic, but if one of my dogs became sick or lost, I wouldn't hesitate in turning to an animal communicator.
Overall, the book is a quick read and fun for any animal lover. If you read it, I can guarantee that you'll be trying a little harder to communicate with your four-legged loved ones.
Everyone who shares their life with a non-human companion should have this amazing book!