Why Call Me?
My clients typically call me in times of stress. Their animal is behaving strangely, and their veterinarian has ruled out a physical cause. Their cat has mysteriously stopped using the litter box, or their horse is balking at activities he used to enjoy. Or they have lost the company of a beloved animal companion, and want desperately to reconnect.
Sometimes, an animal has become angry or sullen and my clients know something is terribly wrong, but they don’t know what it is. Or, the people who call me may be grappling with the anguish of their animal’s critical or terminal illness, wanting to know whether he wants to soldier on, or if the time is nearing for a gentle transition form his physical body.
There are as many reasons to call me as there are individual animals, but the people who call me have one thing in common: they need help. They want to understand and hear, from their animal’s voice, what he needs and wants. They would do it if only they knew.
When you come to me for help, I open my heart to your animal, and to you. I cannot promise miracles, though they sometimes occur. What I do promise is that you and your animals will have my heartfelt attention during our time together, and that after we’re done, you will feel a greater connection with one another and a sense of peace about the choices that lie ahead.
Like you, I’ve always had a passion for animals. But being an animal communicator takes more than that: it takes compassion, and an ability to listen, and to believe…
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