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Monthly Archive for September, 2010

Several weeks ago I attended BlogPaws West, a conference for and about people who blog about pets.  I was only aware of one other animal communicator/blogger who was attending.  We did not meet. During the conference I encountered a woman who wanted me to know that every animal communicator she ever talked to had gotten […]

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She brought us vole after vole after vole.  Never more than one a day but on the other hand, who needs a vole a day? Ordinarily she was a competent hunter but not exactly prolific.  The occasional sparrow, now and then a snake, maybe a mouse.  I could count the yearly slaughter on one hand. […]

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The couple’s 17-year-old cat passed in  the summer.  She’d had myriad health problems and she wasn’t the most laid-back of companions but they adored her and so did the dog.   Complex she was but compelling too; I took one look at her picture and asked the couple if I could keep it.  She’s on my […]

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Beats me! Are archetypes real?  Astrology?   Tea leaves?  Dowsing? I don’t have any reason to believe that animal communication works.   I didn’t set out to do this.  It found me and when I dabbled in it I got results, so I drew the conclusion that I ought to do it some more. When I do […]

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Occasionally I’ll be consulting with an animal communication client and my inner voice will blurt out:  “past life”.  Or “agreement”.  Or I might see an animal that’s different than the one I’m about to work with.  He’s a beagle but for a split second I see a panther in front of me, or a llama […]

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Time was of the essence.  Uncle couldn’t seem to let go of , but he was in the process of starting a new job in a far-off town and his departure was imminent.  Could I please find out whether Gian should accompany him?  Or would Gian stay behind with Uncle’s Friend? At this point Gian […]

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His name was spelled Gian but she pronounced it John.  Turned out she couldn’t take him on the next leg of her journey. Reluctantly she handed him over to her Uncle who bonded instantly with the big yellow dog.  But Uncle had other plans so the dog was relinquished to Uncle’s friend.    The dog had […]

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Two years ago I ran into a man at the coffee shop.  Retired military, maybe 75 or 80.   The shop was full that morning; I’d finished my work and was just sitting.  He had a book with him and asked if he could share the table, but when he sat down he started to talk. […]

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I’m at the office.  I remember my first Starbucks, Seattle, early 90’s.  Coffee shops were just emerging in popular culture and this one was a revelation.   It created a place where you could be alone, but not isolated. I had a job as properties manager for a touring musical and it suited me just fine:  […]

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was getting ready to die, and she didn’t want the vet involved.  But matters were hastened along when she ate another creature full of poison, and the end came fast and hard for all involved. Snowy showed me a rodent, weaving drunkenly across the field adjacent her house.  “It didn’t look good,” she admitted, and […]

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