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OPEN THE TELEPATHIC CHANNEL TO YOUR PET with advice from Animal Planet's resident pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick MEET SONYA'S SUCCESS STORIES AMADEUS: a dog whose aggressive behavior almost got him kicked off his flyball team until Sonya uncovered his painful past. LINCOLN: a beautiful bird who confided to Sonya that he shredded his favorite pillow as a way of letting his owner know that he missed her. MR. CLINKER: a cat whose painful tumor disappeared under Sonya's healing touch. JEAN LaFITTE: a turtle whose unsuitable habitat lead to an almost fatal loss of appetite until a long chat with Sonya turned his life around. Enjoy as Sonya Fitzpatrick offers insight into the thoughts and feelings of our animal friends.
Our pets are part of the family. For many they're as close as children; for some they may be our only children. And while most of us can expect that our children will outlive us, sadly, our pets almost never do. Losing a pet can be as difficult as losing any other family member; we grieve, we miss them, and, mostly, we want closure, to know that our furry, feathered, or scaled friends are okay, wherever they are. For years, animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick has helped pet owners cope with the loss of their beloved companions. Many of them ask the same questions: Is my pet happy? Why did this happen? Is it okay to get another pet? Using her personal experiences as well as the stories of the families she's worked with, Sonya sheds some light on the questions that every grieving pet owner has, and assures the reader that there are, in fact, no sad dogs (or cats or birds or turtles or horses or cows) in heaven.
"[She] has the magic ingredients for a hit: pets, paranormal chats, and a sense of humor about it all. Yes, I'm hooked."--New York Post"If you think that psychic readings are just for human beings, then you thought wrong. Sonya Fitzpatrick, an English-born animal lover, not only psychically communicates with pets, but explains to their often frustrated owners just what's bothering them."--CBS NewsFor many of us, a pet is a part of our family; for some, they may be our only children. While all parents expect their children to outlive them, unfortunately, we can't expect the same from our pets.And, just like losing a family member, losing a pet causes grief and loss. They've been with us for years, some for decades, providing unconditional love, companionship and a sense of purpose. When they're gone, most of all, we want to know that our furry, feathered, or scaled friends are happy--wherever they are.For years, animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick has helped pet owners cope with the loss of their beloved companions; time and again she hears the same questions: Is my pet happy? Is it okay to get another pet? Using her personal experiences as well as the stories of the families she's worked with, Sonya sheds light on the questions that every grieving pet owner has, and assures the reader that there are, in fact, no sad dogs (or cats or birds or turtles or horses or cows) in heaven.
If you could talk to your pet, what would it say to you? How do animals communicate with people? And what's the best way for people to communicate with animals? In the pages of this insightful book, renowned pet psychic Sonya Fitpatrick teaches readers about the secrets of the animal world and how to learn the telepathic language of animals. Dogs, cats, reptiles, horses and wild animals of kinds have a story to tell. Animals have special ways of communicating, which is unfortunately often misunderstood by pet owners, leading to behavioral problems and a disconnect in what might otherwise be an inspiring and loving relationship between pet and pet owner. Through the discussion of her own telepathic powers and by sharing true stories form her clients, Sonya helps pet owners understand their pet's thinking process, thereby uncovering the basis for many common problem: scratching, barking, soiling, chewing and many more. You'll read about Sparky, the dog whose deliberate accidents pointed to a strong dislike of his owner's new boyfriend or Zuki and Spika, two enigmatic iguanas that Sonya helped learn how to live together peacefully, Brass, a horse with an abusive past that threatens a positive relationship with his new owner and Magic, a cat with heart problems that were healed by Sonya's advance techniques - plus many incredibly and true tales of lost pets found using Sonya's telepathy. Sonya shares her seven simple steps to communicating with your pet, along with practical guides on care and feeding, emergency preparedness, illness, moving and how to introduce new pets to the household. Pick up a copy of What the Animals Tell Me and discover a wealth of joys in communicating and developing a truly copacetic relationship with your pet.