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I’m at the elementary school, volunteering like I do. In the work room.  No kids. Just moms and dads, and teachers drifting in and out. Laurie and I get to talking (names changed to protect the innocent).  She’s this great, easy, young mom at school. I learn her house is under a heavy remodel. She has […]

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At last  had the right name.  Still, there were a few other things to discuss. This woman had another dog that was close to her husband.  She’d wanted Rosie to be “her” dog and she was a little anxious about it.  Not only was the dog ignoring her person, she was also physically distant, aloof. Well I […]

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She was a dear dog.  They were dear people.  Adopted at 12 years, she was a good fit for their family but there was just one thing: she didn’t respond to her name.  Ever.  They’d had her a month and wasn’t that long enough for her to get used to it? In theory it might […]

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Returning clients needed a touch-up on their 5-ish lab mix.  Stanley. I skimmed the email and I thought, oh, it’s just a training problem!  I’ll be there 5 minutes  then I’ll give them a referral.  Now, this is an ego problem.   My ego was “helping” me see I wasn’t really qualified and rather than embarrass […]

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I almost missed her.  I was so determined to find a gossip rag and have me a quick catch-up, I almost did.   Then I turned around and there she was. Nellie was sitting on her human’s lap in the dentist’s office, all tricked out in a service vest.  A teacup poodle, she tipped the […]

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Fum and Gebra at Play

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I’ve been pondering reincarnation .  .  .  I often talk to clients whose pets are dying.  I also hear from many who are missing a deceased pet.  In other words, it keeps coming up.  (Get it?  Reincarnation?  Keeps coming up?  Of course you do!  You’re very bright.) Sometimes people wonder if their beloved might come […]

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Anna was a great dog.  Bossy, gorgeous, youthful.  A talker.  She lived with a single woman, but they’d recently been joined by the woman’s 20-something daughter, who’d returned to the fold after a brief marriage and painful divorce. I met the dog and found her enchanting.  A canine in charge of her destiny, it seemed […]

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Writer and cat-ologist Anne Rivers Siddons once plucked an enormously fat, stray, “clown-masked” cat out of a parking lot in her hometown, prompting a discussion of cat naming that I’ve never forgotten.  Proving the theory that some things simply name themselves, and from John Chancellor Makes Me Cry: He was startling to look at, and […]

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As a clairvoyant, I have information coming in all day, every day.  A lot of it is emotion.  People think they feel their feelings in a vacuum but in reality all that stuff goes somewhere and I’m here to tell you, it’s everywhere. Nothing rings my bells like being in a crowd:  all those messy […]

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