Most animals can predict response before they occur. They react from a deep-level instinct. Trusting their intuition saves their lives.
Intuition is an instinct. Even in humans, we subconsciously gather information on our surroundings all the time. Animals are constantly in a survival state, and pick up on subtle changes to their environment such as scents, motion, sounds,
Continuous close observation is one of way animals learn to trust. They listen and keep a close watch to figure out others intentions. They consider which way to go - either to attack, to rid them of a rival, run for safety or trust to create a bond.
Animals can be dangerously unpredictable. Wild animals need to think, feel and apply their intuition to stay alive. The behaviour of domestic and captive animals close encounter experiences with others condition them to trust. The capacity for trust, there must be a willingness to risk. One of the functions of intelligence is to take account of the dangers that come from trusting. One consequence that comes from trusting is a loss of freedom.
THE BEST PART OF COMING IN CONTACT WITH AN ANIMAL,
IS WHEN THEY CHOOSE TO TRUST YOU!