Want to know what your pet is thinking? You may need a pet psychic.
Animals are pure souls of unconditional love. Anatole France once said, “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” I truly believe that to be true.
So, today I’m please to share an interview with a true lover of animals, pet psychic and medium Jeanne Miller. Jeanne has written several books about her experiences as a pet communicator. Her newest book is, “Pet Chatter” and she is here to tell us about it plus give away a digital copy to one lucky reader who leaves a comment!
1. What made you want to become a pet medium and pet communicator?
I’ve always loved animals and wanted to work with them. Because I can’t bear to see them in pain, the veterinary field wasn’t a good option for me.
When I first saw The Pet Psychic show on Animal Planet, it struck me like a lightning bolt. Previous to that, I had no idea communication with animals was even possible. At the time, I was in general psychic development, and it became clear to me that this was what I had been yearning for.
2. Aside from pet communication do you also read people?
My original intention of entering into the psychic field was to work with people. It became clear over time though, that I was being drawn very strongly to the animals. But I’ve found that in talking with people’s pets, I’m actually working with both the pet and their humans. So I have the best of both worlds.
Thank you so much. I’m so happy that you enjoyed it. I’ve received many wonderful emails from people who have enjoyed my other book, “The Pet Psychic Diaries.”
I noticed that the parts of the book they spoke of most often were the quotes from the animals. Because of this, I thought the readers might enjoy having a book of all animal quotes.
I culled these from the email readings I’ve done over the last few years. Each chapter is about a different subject, some funny, some sad, some loving and spiritual. It was so much fun to write and I hope people enjoy hearing from these special babies.
4. Is there one comment you hear most often from animals? And, what’s the funniest thing, most surprising or unusual thing you ever heard a pet say during a pet communication session?
There are a few things that come up a lot. Many dogs speak with pride of their “job” of being the protectors of their family. Cats get very specific about what they want and don’t want in a toy. Surprisingly, many don’t want catnip on all of their toys. Horses talk about training issues. Birds often talk about not being understood and not understanding us.
The pets constantly surprise me with some of the comments they come out with. The one that really threw me for a loop was the dog who misunderstood what was happening when men came to mow the grass.
He showed me a picture of them putting the mown grass into bags and loading it onto their truck. He was so angry when he told me, “They are stealing our yard!” That earned him a place in the chapter called, “Lost in Translation.”
5. What do pets want from their humans or want us to know?
They mostly want the same things we want: To be loved, to be listened to, and to be respected. What they generally would like us to know is how grateful they are when we allow them to be themselves and not take all the “wildness” out of them.
Dogs love it when we let them sniff what they want. Cats love it when we let them jump up on furniture and tables. But even if we don’t, they will find a way. As one cat recently told me, “I’m up on things a lot more than they know about.”
6. What one or two things can pet owners do to try to communicate with their pets?
I always recommend spending quiet time with them. No TV, radio, phone off. Lean back, close your eyes and picture them in your head. Then talk to them. They are amazing at reading our thoughts and I think people are in constant communication with their pets without really knowing it.
Also, speak to them verbally. They do understand most of what we say, so we must always remember to choose our words carefully. An overweight kitty I spoke to, had taken to hiding under tables when company came so she wouldn’t have to hear about how fat she was anymore.
7. Any last words?
Before we part, I would like to thank my pet clients and readers for making my work so enjoyable. I would also like to let them know that I’m currently working on “Pet Psychic Diaries Two” and hope to have it out by late summer, early fall.
Thank you Angela. I enjoyed visiting with you today. If anyone wants to reach me, I have a contact form on my site: www.thepetmedium.com
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Jeanne Miller is a pet psychic medium who lives in Vermont with her rescued Siamese cat, Simon Pasquale. She has been communicating with animals both here and on the other side since 2008. Pick up “Pet Chatter,” her latest book on Amazon. Visit Jeanne at: www.thepetmedium.com