???Anyone Believe in & Use Pet Psychics/Mediums???

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by The Wolf Queen, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. The Wolf Queen

    The Wolf Queen Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Recently Pikachu the "Traveling Kitty" went missing here in Abq, & while I was checking out the FB page for updates I noticed a link to a Pet Psychic/Medium that lives in town so I got curious & started clicking & reading. I should also mention that ive used a pet medium once before. Just wondering if anyone has/has had any experience with pet mediums/psychics in the past or present, (whether for communicating with passed pets, locating lost or stolen pets, wanting to question a present pet, or inquiring about a pet's problem/s) & I was wondering what you think/thought. Please no rude commentary! Simple discussion.
     
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  2. luvmyEs

    luvmyEs Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We took our 2 dogs to one at a pet expo once for fun. She was pretty spot on about what she said without questioning us before she started. I'm still not sure I believe that she's a psychic though, maybe just a really good guesser?
     
  3. zzGypsy

    zzGypsy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    If you're talking about someone who can locate things/critters, I do know people who are remarkably good at things like that (although not long distances)... don't know how it works. I have *not* been impressed with the "read your dog's mind" ones I've encountered.

    there's one pet psychic in San Diego that advertises a LOT... I think the women hire her to tell them what traumas are in fluffy's background, and their hubbies go along with it because of the psycic's well displayed double Ds... it seems to be a winning combination [​IMG]

    aaaaaand... I'll just say I'm on the fence about it. there are lots of things I don't think we really understand. I do know my hubby has a "whammy" thing he can do with critters that lets him handle wild animals as if they were tame. (works on people too.) and when we were dating, he regularly read my mind - popping out statements that started with "well that's because..." to questions I hadn't spoken aloud. so I don't say it's out of the realm of possible things. but I don't know how you'd ever be able to prove it works. it's all anecdote.
     
  4. MaryMouse

    MaryMouse Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I used to work for a vet that did chiropractics, accupunture, AK, as well as regular conventional medicine. I was his favorite surrogate for AK, because When I am plugged in I can actually feel the animals pain. I know this sounds odd, but I really can. He believed in my skills so much that after doing ajustments, he would test to see if it was right and just look at me. If I shook my head no, he would try again till it was right. He had guilt over the pain I felt, that he put me through it, but it really sped up recovery, and helped the animals, so I didnt care.
    As far as hearing their thoughts, I can do that too, when plugged in. But most people dont want to hear what the animal really thinks. They want it to say what they want it to say. They also pin human emotions on animals. Animals think like animals. Dogs think like dogs, cats think like cats, and so on. For example a cat dose not care if the bed its on is a famous designer name. The cat cares if it is fluffy and cozy and snuggy. In fact animals are the experts, they read use all day long , everyday. Your dog wont eat the Rx food its suposed to, if they know holding out on you will make you get them the good stuff out of guilt. Heck they got you all figured out.
    I never charge for when I tell friends what their animal wants, or says. And I only tell people who are open to listen. It sure makes things easy when ajusting herds, or putting someone in a new stall. Cuts to the chase on which location in the barn they would like best. Who they like to be next to or not. How they like their food, etc. The downside of the whole thing is once they realize you can hear them they never shut up.[​IMG]
     
  5. jerseygirl1

    jerseygirl1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I use animal communicators often, for both deceased and living pets and they have always been on the money
     
  6. punk-a-doodle

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    I would save my money on a pet psychic and get someone with a tracking dog meant for lost animals who has a high success rate. That said, I believe in pet psychics as much as I believe in any type of psychic. That is to say that some people are more intuative/do better guesswork than others, but do not have true foretelling powers. I am an incredibly visual person, and have told people missing things "check on top of the locker, one over from yours", check in the matress edge near the wall", etc. While it seems like common sense to me, others thought *I* had stolen the objects and placed them there to guess that, or that I was psychic. [​IMG] Same goes when I tell someone something that seems obvious to me due to subtle signals animals send (ie. the mouse is in pain due to ear position, your dog is about to lunge at another dog, etc), and people are like, "how DID you know that!?" Not psychic powers, I just apparently am more observant than some about certain things. Ask me to remember the details of someone's face I just met, or their name though, and you'll see how psychic I am. "Uhhhh, Bob was it? No wait, Fred? Beuford? Hmmm." [​IMG]
     
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  7. key west chick

    key west chick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I dont know but i wish someone could tell me what happened to our kitty years ago. She disappeared shortly after we moved into a new house. I know she would be long dead by now but I always wondered what happen to her. Never found a body, nobody remembers seeing her, animal control never had her. She was just gone. Broke my daughters heart that we never even had a body to bury.
     
  8. Kevin565

    Kevin565 Chicken Obsessed Premium Member

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    I've never met a pet psychic but i am friends with a psychic. Therefore yes I do believe it is possible.
     
  9. Peaches Lee

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    I have never had any experience but if so inclined I would certainly give it a try! [​IMG]

    Years ago I wanted to have a psychic reading done on a Thoroughbred horse I had, just to see what he'd been through. [​IMG]
     
  10. EweSheep

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    Saw something like that on TV, an older lady that tells people what their pets want or need or where they are if deceased. Something tells me she could read people better and trying to get the "feedback" on people that would break down and give her extra information even a tiny bit. I hate it when they repeat often like they have ran out of things to say or could not read someone's feelings/emotions.
     

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