Tim is an amazingly gifted person . He works with great integrity and passion, not only with his clients but also with the animals he deals with. Tim gives 100% in everything he does and is the most encouraging person that you could meet. He helps those around him be successful and in turn he will always enjoy success himself. I highly recommend Tim as a great person to work with and to entrust your animals with. He will amaze you and enrich your life with your pets.
Nancy R. - Gaithersburg, MD
Tim's Gift Leads to Finding Cat After 14 months!
On November 12, 2008 my cat, Sam, ran out the back door when I let our dog out for the last time that night.It was a warm balmy night and the leaves were in a whirlwind.I believe this was why Sam wanted to go out.I kept checking the doors for him throughout that night and many, many nights after that but that wasn't to be, at least anytime soon.The next morning brought wind and driving rain and it seemed to rain for days.It was also the coldest winter in years.I spent much of that fall and winter outside looking for Sam , putting up posters, checking the shelter, following up leads, at least 100, and contacted several animal communicators, including Tim Link.The first time I contacted Tim, he told me of a certain address and neighborhood to look in, but Sam never materialized.During this entire time I always felt certain that Sam was alive.The hardest thing was not knowing what had happened to him and also listening to many people, including my own family, telling me to give it up.Then this past December, I felt this compulsion to look just one more time and to also contact Tim.Tim communicated with Sam and told me he was still alive and doing well and he also gave me two different addresses to check, Chesley Knoll and Bramble Bush.On New Year's Eve, I put two posters on either side of these two streets which were about two miles from my home.When I went to the address on Chesley Knoll, there was a statue of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of pets!I actually spoke to the owner of the house who was just coming back from walking his dog, showed him a picture of Sam, but he said he had not seen him.Then on January 6, 2010 I received a call from a man who was doing roofing work at a house on Chesley Knoll saying he had had Sam for the last month or so.I tried to not get too excited because I had gotten my hope up so many times before for nothing.I agreed to meet the man when he got home from work at 7:00PM.I could hardly believe my eyes when he opened the door and there was Sam!He immediately meowed and let me pick him up.I spent about an hour with this man who was renting a finished garage room and this is where he was keeping Sam.He said Sam had walked up to his door but he didn't let him in until the next day.The man said he had an orange cat when he was a little boy and it was named Sam so he decided to name my cat Sam! So after 14 heart-wrenching months, two Thanksgivings, two Christmases, two New Years, Sam is finally back where he belongs.I still feel like someone should pinch me.I just wanted to share my amazing story of love, hope and what I truly believe to be divine intervention, facilitated by Tim Link.Thank you Tim!
I do a monthly radio show with Tim. He is a genuine, caring individual who is helping pets, horses and their humans.
Melinda H. - Dacula, Georgia
THANK YOU, TIM!! There is no doubt that your help was instrumental in bringing Middy home. And knowing he was so close and was okay was very comforting as well. People who don't believe in animal communication are such fools. It's such a beautiful open world out there. I'm glad my eyes were opened.
Middy, glad to be back home!
Lisa I. - Gainesville, Florida
I had found two stray dogs and was boarding them for a while, trying to find homes for them.
After initially getting along with my cat, Tukki, they viciously attacked him 5 days later, at 9:30am on November 23, 2009. Tukki fled while I separated the dogs from him. I had no idea where he was, or if he was injured, or even dying. I live on a 100-acre farm and was out looking for him all day long, yelling his name but with no response.
At 9:00pm, almost 12 hours later, I called Tim in absolute hysterics.
I had found Tim on the web a year ago and bookmarked his page for future reference. There were at least 100 animal communicators on the list, but somehow his name and website stuck out to me.
He was extremely kind, and not at all annoyed at being called by a hysterical stranger in the late evening. He waited for me to send him a picture of Tukki, which took an additional 45 minutes as I live in the country and have only dial-up. I was frantically sending the same pix over and over again, only to be timed out. So he was only able to really get started working on communicating with Tukki at 10:00pm.
After Tim got the picture, he kept telling Tukki, my cat, to make himself known, over and over again. EXACTLY 1/2 hour later I passed under a live oak tree within 10 yards of my house, and heard this desperate, pitiful meowing! I had passed under that tree at least 50 times that day calling his name with no response previously.
He was at the top of the tree - a huge live oak - and I took an extension ladder from the barn and climbed to the very top of it, asking Tukki to try to come down, which he did. It was perilous the whole way, it was pitch black, the ladder was wobbling, Tukki was panicking, etc., I finally got my beloved kitty home just before the night ended.
Thank you, Tim, and God bless!
Sherri H. - Conyers, Georgia
I utilized Tim's services when my beloved pet passed away. He was extremely genuine, caring & provided me with much comfort regarding her passing. I was so intrigued that I attended one of Tim's workshops. I highly recommend it if you would like to enhance communication & your relationship with your pets.
Sabrina W. - Dahlonega, Georgia
I have had the honor of Tim visiting my home and communicating with my pets one on one. I have also participated in an amazing animal communication workshop hosted by Tim. I have seen remarkable results from both his visits with my cats as well as in myself and my own gift.
Melissa W. - Orlando, Florida
I attended one of Tim's workshops and it was wonderful. He is a very genuine person who offers great insight into animal behavior and emotions. I would recommend him to any pet owner looking to enhance their relationship with their pet.
Carolyn H. - Granville, Ohio
My husband rescued a Lhasa Apso named Taffy from a true puppy mill where she'd been kept in a cage for 8 years. It was love at first sight! Six months later she got out of our house and was missing for 13 days. We had friends looking for her and we all walked endless miles (going door to door). We placed flyers in mailboxes and hung huge posters boards in all the surrounding areas. Many of our intuitive friends kept saying she was close or, that someone had her or, even that she was inside.
Finally, one person led me to Tim Link. He returned my call the same night and asked for Taffy's picture and the address from where she went missing. Within 24 hours of my initial contact, he did the consultation. He told me where he thought she was and said he might be off a couple houses, but to keep focusing on the newer homes around the golf course.
The day we found her, my husband had walked and knocked on everyone's door again and reintroduced himself. That night, a lady called us and told us that our small dog was on her porch. My husband immediately went over there, but Taffy had run off. He kept calling her name anyway and then he saw her. She whimpered and slowly walked towards him. When she got close enough to him, he grabbed her.
Tim was right about where she was. She was hard to get because she was so frightened of people and had previously been abused. She is very, very shy, but she finally showed herself like Tim asked her to do. She was gone for 13 days in a rural setting with coyotes. How she ever managed to fend for herself in those 13 days is beyond us because we thought she was to frail. My husband introducing himself to everyone during the search was key because the lady that saw Taffy remembered his name (having thrown ALL the flyers away) and found our number. A true miracle! We placed "We Found Taffy" signs all over to let everyone who had prayed for her know that she had been found and to help us share in the joy. We got almost nonstop calls for 3 days. My heart was indeed so happy that so many cared and told one another to look for Taffy and they kept asking everyone they knew to pray for her safe return. My husband's mom had died earlier in September 2010, so this was especially important for him. We were truly blessed to have Tim!!!!
Ellen R. - Cumming, Georgia
I first met Tim during a luncheon I had attended. He was the speaker, and I must say he was very interesting and entertaining. We had just put our 15-year old Corgi to sleep and I was not going to get another pet. Fast forward about a year or so and I have now rescued Charlie, my little scruffy dog who does not shed. But, he came with issues. After clearing up some medical issues that he had, we got down to business. Tim made a believer out of me when he answered two simple questions about Charlie's condition in the first 15-minutes of our session. I do believe that Charlie is now happier and more content now after our session with Tim. We are still working on little issues which patience, time and support from Tim will erase. Thank you, Tim, for a job well done.
Holly C. - Cumming, Georgia: Feral Cat Program Coordinator, Humane Society of ForsythCounty
I endorse, recommend, and attest to Tim Link's abilities and whole-hearted desire to help the animals and the people who care about them. He had the animals tell him things that there is no way he could have known without them communicating with him. For example:
Mellow - "feel fine now" Shady - "got sick", "left outside" Precious - "exploring", "investigating" - she is a very curious cat and there is no way that Tim could have known this without her telling him. Sylvester - How do you feel? "Feel gooooood" after he'd just gotten through eating. Allison - a very aloof cat, when asked if she knew where Precious was, her response "that cat?" in an uncaring manner.
Betty S. - Lawrenceville, Georgia
I had a consultation with Tim at Serenity Lakes about my dog and 3 cats. Not only did his accuracy blow me away, but I was very impressed with his caring and positive spirit..He even connected with my Mom from the Other Side during our consultation. I'm very excited and happy that Animal Communication is beginning to become more widely understood...
Sandy H. - Marietta, Georgia I met Tim through a class we attended at our church last year. I knew he and his wife were very involved with animals through our conversations about animals and about the animal shelters they worked with. Tim told me about four months ago about his ability to communicate with animals. I immediately enlisted his service.
I have two cats, Mischief, 14 years old and Angel, 13 years old. Angel started about two years ago urinating in areas of my house. It started with a problem here or there, but the last six months it was occurring on a constant basis. Tim asked for a picture of both my cats and we set up a time for him to call and communicate with the girls over the phone. At the designated time, Tim called. We talked for a few minutes and then he asked if Angel was close by. I said, "yes" and he introduced himself to Angel. I saw Angel turn her head and move her ears as though she was listening to someone. Tim asked me a question I had for Angel and then he was silent because he was asking her the question. It was amazing to watch the body reaction of this cat while they were communicating. After the question was asked to Angel, Tim then asked me if I was working a lot of hours or coming home later than usual. The answer was yes; apparently Angel was upset because she did not know what time I was coming home. Tim instructed me to give Angel the approximate time I would be home each evening and he told Angel I would be doing this. I started the very next day telling Angel and Mischief what time I would be home. Angel has not urinated on the furniture since that day. I have noticed also that Angel is in the living room when I open the door whereas before she would be in other areas of the house and only come out after I called her name. This was my main concern when I asked Tim for his help. Other questions were asked of both Mischief and Angel which resulted in behavioral changes by both me and the cats. I went into this experience with a sense of "it can't hurt, maybe it will help". I have come away with a sense of awe and amazement. I am eternally thankful to Tim for his help.
Sheri M. - Cumming, Georgia: Board Member, Humane Society of Forsyth County
Tim Link has been invaluable to the animals that he has communicated with at the Humane Society of Forsyth County. After Tim communicated with some of the dogs and cats, we made changes in their living arrangements and the sweet babies are more social and happier than before. Although, I have always contended that animals are SPECIAL and make my life happier, Tim has given me a better understanding of their wants and needs. He is definitely committed to helping the animals that cannot help themselves.
Felicia M. - Canton, Georgia: Co-founder of People4Pets, Past President of Cherokee County Humane Society
I was referred to Tim when one of my rescue cats was missing the same day we saw a coyote near our property. I had never used an animal communicator prior. I sent Tim photos of my missing cat and other pets that were present that day. Tim communicated back to me that the missing cat was OK, but afraid to come home and told me interesting and helpful information that the other pets had reported as well. Since then the missing cat has been spotted in an area described by Tim and we hope he does come home soon.
Ruth R. - Marietta, Georgia
Earlier this year I adopted two fun four year old cats from a friend who knew I was grieving over the death of my one and only cat of 18 years. Background: The male, Oliver, was formerly feral and had been living in my friend's bedroom for several years because he continually attacked and hurt any dog that got near. Keeping him company is Effie, an orange and white half-ragdoll female. Effie adores Oliver and he tolerates her affections.
I'd asked Tim to talk with my new friends to 1) see if they were happy with me and had any requests and 2) to see why Oliver kept licking off his fur. Some of what we found out included: a) they are happy here - one said "what's not to like?", b) that Oliver didn't want any more cats to come live with us (I was about to take in my mother's cat since she'd moved to a nursing home), c) Oliver licks his belly fur off because it tickles and 4) they both wanted more smelly treats (tuna flakes).
I was very happy with our session and would definitely recommend Tim's services to anyone wanting to ask their pet specific questions or to get to know them better. Our session was very fun and put my heart at ease to know my new cats were rapidly becoming my family. I'm sure I'll be contacting him again with more questions.
Diana and Marty Y. - Kennesaw, Georgia
Our dog Hershey had a two ruptured discs.The result of this happened literally over night.Sunday night he had difficulty walking up the stairs to bed.Monday morning he had emergency surgery for the removal of the discs.He is our precious, beloved ‘baby’.My husband Marty and I visited him in the hospital at least once a day for a couple of hours.The following Sunday we met Tim Link who offered his services to ‘speak’ to Hershey, to find out what is going on in his head.We e-mailed him a photo of Hershey. We asked Tim to tell Hershey we love him dearly. Tim said, “Hershey does not know why he is in this place.They treat him well but he wants to go home.He is confused”.Tim also said that Hershey was saying over and over to him “Show Me”.After the call I asked my husband what could “Show Me” mean.He said that every time he visits Hershey he whispers in his ear, “Show me you can walk, show me bubba, show me!We were very impressed with Tim and his ability to communicate with Hershey.We were happy that Hershey was fine and treated well in the hospital.Marty had not told me, or Tim for that matter, that he had been telling Hershey, "Show Me".How great is that!
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