Dr. Carol Osborne is an author and integrative veterinarian for twenty plus years. A pioneer in anti-aging medicine and longevity research for pets, she revealed the fantastic extrasensory and paranormal powers of animals. For dogs and cats, sensing the supernatural is natural, she remarked – they don’t judge it the same way that humans might. Pets, she detailed, can demonstrate precognition (such as knowing when their owner is about to return), clairvoyance (sensing when their owner could be in trouble) and telepathy (communications from deceased pets). Animals have a kind of “sixth sense”– specialized sensory apparatus in the roof of their mouth that connects the exterior environment by glands, and this may account for some of their paranormal abilities, Osborne said.
They also demonstrate extraordinary sensory gifts– some dogs and cats can detect cancer with a greater than 98% accuracy, she cited. A dog’s sense of smell is 10,000 times more sensitive than humans, and cats are particularly attuned to electromagnetic fields, Osborne reported. In an intriguing case from Rhode Island, a cat seems to know when a patient at a nursing facility is about to die and curls up with them just before their passing. This may be because the body emits certain organic compounds through the breath as it nears death, and the cat can detect this, she explained.