Laila del Monte ?
For over twenty years, Laila del Monte has been at the forefront of animal communication, raising global awareness of animal consciousness, deepening our relationships with domesticated and wild animals, and spreading a message of compassion and understanding for all living beings.
Known as the primary animal communicator in Europe, Laila del Monte’s influence spans across universities, radio and television, sanctuaries, veterinary centers, and more.
Laila del Monte was the subject of the documentary film “Dans La Peau Des Animaux,” which was released on France 5 and screened at the Garifuna Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2014. It can be seen dubbed in English.
Author of multiple books on animal communication, Laila has lectured extensively in France, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Spain, and Quebec, for different associations including INRESS (French National Institute of ESP Research) and the Sorbonne University of Paris. In 2019, Laila spoke about animal consciousness at TEDx Roanne, France.
Laila’s expertise is frequently requested by top professionals working with animals. She has worked with the French national team of competition horses, internationally renowned competition show rider Michel Robert, the equestrian center of the Luca Moneta family in Italy, Felipe Zuleta — personal horsemanship trainer of Duchess Infanta Elena in Spain, and renowned horseman Patrick Allori of Cheyenne origin.
She also volunteers regularly at different animal rescues and sanctuaries, such as equine sanctuary El Cyd Santa Maria, Spain, elephant sanctuary Association Moey, Thailand, and with Delphine Gambiani at CESTMED for the conservation of marine turtles.
Laila fully dedicates
her life to animals
Laila del Monte was the founder of Santé D’or animal rescue in Los Angeles, and Peace for Horses, a non-profit striving to educate people about animal consciousness.
Laila holds a Master’s degree in Comparative Religions from the Sorbonne University of Paris, France, and a Bachelor’s in Comparative Literature from the American University of Paris.
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Laila helps them to continue despite their terrible circumstances.
If you want to help animals in distress, you can make a donation to the Cyd Santamaria Association and Sanctuary.
In Nepal, the association provides foot care to elephants, creates ethical “100% hands off” programs and offers continuous training to mahouts.
Moey helps improve the daily lives of working elephants, whether it’s renewing their shelter, providing them with healthy food or providing options for better care.