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I got into the animal communication business because animals are so willing to talk.  They’ll tell you about themselves, their people, the neighbors, world events and they might have an insight about me.  Even if we’ve never met.

Because they’re so willing, and I’m so spongelike, I’ve noticed something new.  Now when I’m out and about and I see someone’s pet I will often receive an instant impression.  The Cocker Spaniel morphs into a super-excited 14-year-old cheerleader, an orange-and-white cat looks like Dennis the Menace, an elderly black Lab shows me Santa Claus.

Cute and cartoon-y though it may be, these are leading impressions that show me the foundation of the animal’s personality.  I’m not looking for them; they just appear.

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