The broad definition of interspecies communication is the ability to communicate telepathically with animals of all types.
For me, this involves establishing a telepathic connection with the animal by either being in the proximity of the animal or through the use of a picture of the animal. Once a connection is made, I will ask the animal your questions and provide you with their response.
Some animals can be very talkative, while others are not. But, I have not encountered an animal yet that has declined my request to communicate with them on behalf of their human companion. In fact, most welcome it as a way to let their human companions know what their preferences are or, if they are not feeling well.
Communicating telepathically is a natural ability for animals and people. For example, birds in a flock change their flight path at the same time. Out of the blue you think about someone and they call. The Aborigines of Australia, Native Americans and even children under the age of 6 years old know how to freely communicate using telepathy - regardless of the distance between each other.
"Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't get eight cats to pull a sled through snow." --Jeff Valdez
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