And Other Unexplained Powers Of Animals
This is a book of recognition - a recognition that animals have abilities we have lost. One part of ourselves has forgotten this, another part has known it all along.
Dogs that know when their owners are returning; cats that answer the telephone when a person they are attached to is calling; horses that can find their way home over unfamiliar terrain; animals that anticipate earthquakes: these are some aspects of animal behaviour that suggest the existence of forms of perceptiveness that lie beyond present-day scientific understanding.
This book focuses on three types of perceptiveness: telepathy, the sense of direction and premonition, and demonstrates how human psychic powers or "sixth senses" seem more natural, more biological, when seen in the light of animal behaviour.