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I work by connecting with your animal’s energy field.   Which means I can do it anywhere, anytime; I don’t have to meet with your pet in person.  But whether I do or not, there’s one simple tool that ensures it’s your pet I’m in touch with, and no one else.  It works every time.

I’d been invited to the trunk show of a noted pet portraitist; she had also invited friends and acquaintances working in the pet industry to come and display their wares and talents and so on.  She thought an animal communicator would be a big hit at the show.

It was as much fun as a girl can have; I gave free ten-minute readings that ran over (there’s always so much to say).  People lurked at the bottom of the stairs, clutching photos and waiting to ask me a question.   My space was set for maximum accuracy and fun, and things were humming along.  Until.

Two women sat down; their dogs were best friends.  They offered up some photos and I closed my eyes and went galloping off.

“Okay,” I said, “this dog’s this way and that dog’s that way and together, they blah, blah, blah,” and I opened my eyes.  One of the women, her nose was wrinkled up in that, “Yeah .  .  .  no .  .  .  ” sort of way.  I trailed off.

Oh no!  I couldn’t even remember the last time I bungled a start.  Without a good start you have nothing.  I felt my ego taking hold of the situation and that couldn’t be good–

Then, OH!  There it was.  I’d forgotten a step.

“Hey, can you both say your dogs’ full names, three times?”

They did, and I watched the dogs slide into focus.  White noise receded and the station came in, crisp and clear.  I sighed, deeply.

“Okay,” I said.  “This dog is this way and that dog is that way and together, they blah, blah, blah .  .  .  ”

At the end of the 20 minutes, or 30, or whatever it was, one woman was crying and the other wrote me a check that made my jaw drop.

In case you don’t think your name is important.

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