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LOST CATS  LOST DOGS
LOST PETS and ANIMALS OF ALL KINDS


Jacumba

Guiding lost pets home is one of the most challenging situations owners and psychics face. Thatís why itís important to make sure your animal carries identification whenever possible. However, if your animal does become lost, there are a couple of things a psychic can do.

1. Check on the health and happiness of your lost pet.

2. Send the animal a telepathic message like a string of energy to follow homeward.

3. Give you a couple of things you can do to help guide your animal home.

4. See out of the animal's perspective to generally find out where he or she is located
(number of miles from home and direction).

5.  Tune it to the animal to find out if s/he is still living.

6. Find out if there is anything at home keeping them away.

7. Ask them if they know how to get home.

8. Request that they make themselves available to be captured by another caring human, or request that they make a sound when someone trustworthy comes near where they are hiding.

9. Let them know you are looking for them.


Pharoah and Cleopatra

The limitations of telepathic communication for finding lost pets:

Animals can't read road signs, so the information you will get in a session includes the direction your pet headed, about how far from home he/she is, landmarks like barn with a red roof, or church with a steeple, how your pet left the area (by car, walking, running) etc.


Animals will not return to an unhappy or abusive home, and sometimes they refuse to come back when there is one person in the house that does not want them there. Some animals become feral within a week of being on their own and some adventurous animals prefer the freedom of being 'on the road.'

When animals are picked up and adopted, they often stay with the new family and don't return, especially if their new family situation is a loving one. They need and desire love and security, but if they're getting that, they're less likely to return.


Bison

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I will contact you by e-mail to schedule a time and date that fits both of our schedules. Please send me a note about your ideal day and time for a session in the comments portion of your order.

Pets are reunited with their owners about 50 to 75% of the time. These numbers are based on the number of people who contact me to let me know their pet is home safe.

With fervent hopes and best wishes of reuniting you
with your beloved pet,
--Suzan Vaughn