Thursday, November 19, 2015

My horse won't allow me to put a halter on him

Peter, is quarter horse, he is a gelding, 11 years old, we’ve had him for 5 ½ years.

I haven’t been able to put a halter on him for two weeks. Nothing to my knowledge happened as far as a trauma or accident.  We keep him here at the house on our property with one other horse and a menagerie of other animals.  I can pet him, hug him but get that halter near his head and he bolts.  He didn’t used to do that.   I just don’t understand what has happened. 

There have been conversations out loud or thinking about that he has been hearing regarding taking him someplace, lending him to someone, someplace or someone that scares him.  He loves his home and doesn’t want to go or live someplace else.  He feels if he allows the halter to be put on him he will be taken away forever.

[Before the phone reading, the client said he was such a changed horse today – what time did I speak with him?  Sure enough, I had spoken with him in the late morning for the initial insight and later had the conversation with him right before the appointment time.  He had been a “gentleman” again – like he had been before the incident when he stopped allowing her to put on his halter.

After the reading the client confirmed her daughter is away at school and they were discussing whether she should take him with her back to school. ]

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Why Does my Dog Bark at the Animals on TV?

Ethika & Frances

Question:  Why does my Yorkie bark at the animals on the TV?

 Answer:  I don’t want them coming through the box into our house.  I’m protecting my family from the animals.  I know I’m small but I have a big bark and I use it to scare them away.  (I understand you are small and mighty – but let me assure you the animals in the box that are moving are not going to be able to come into your home.  The moving pictures in the box are the same as the pictures on the wall that are not moving – they can’t come and hurt your family.  Does that make sense?)  But they look so real – like they are going to come in at any moment.  (No honey, they are on the TV in a film – pictures that are not able to come into the box of the TV.  I promise you and your family are safe.)  Oh, so I don’t have to bark at them? (No honey, they can’t hear you – but it is quite annoying to your family.) It is? (yes, it is.)  Oh I’m sorry – I don’t want to be annoying to them – I just want to protect them.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Bob's Unusual Pet Family

Luiz Higa Junior of São Paulo, Brazil, says that his golden retriever, Bob, is a little less than two years old. In the beginning, he just had Bob, a cockatiel and a parakeet. 

“Since the beginning I put them together to see their behavior,” he tells us. “It was nice, so I decided to have them play together sometimes during my free time.” 
He then added more birds and a hamster to the group.  You can now see the group posing, playing, exploring, and resting together. 

Friday, July 24, 2015

Can I communicate with my pets while away?

If I think of my cats while I'm away on vacation and send them love, will they be able to receive my communication? 

Yes, absolutely!  In your mind, say their names so your intention goes to them specifically and tell them whatever makes your heart sing.  Have a wonderful trip!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

My new dog is acting funny after a surgical procedure......

Castle is an Austrailian Labradoodle.  He will soon be a year old.  We have only had him for a couple of weeks.  There are 3 other dogs in the home.  Last week he had a procedure on his vocal cords and he has been acting funny.   We want to know how he is feeling.  

Hi Castle, how are you?
Oh I guess ok.  

Can I talk with you?
Yeah – what about?  

I understand you are in a new home – what do you think?
I don’t know – how long am I going to be here?  Why did they take me to the doctor and cut me?  Are they going to do this again?  Why did they do this to me?  

Castle, this is your new forever home.  The procedure was necessary – but you will not have to do this again.  Your family has invited you into their beautiful home.  They are a loving family and you are now a part of their family.  You now have 3 other dogs to play with and a family to feed you and make sure you have a long, healthy and happy life.
So they aren’t going to give me back if I get into trouble?  

(No, honey, but hopefully you will not get into trouble on purpose right?)  
No, of course not – but I have to learn their rules – I don’t know them yet and I’m afraid I’m going to do something wrong and they will give me away like the other family did. They said I got too big and I had to go.  I couldn’t help that I’m a bigger dog – they thought I would be a lap dog – well I was when I was a puppy – but they should have looked at my feet – I guess they just didn’t know better. 

I’m sorry that happened to you  with the other family – but this family love you just as you are.  They welcome you with open arms and want you to be happy.  Is there anything you would like to tell them? 
Please tell them I am happy they chose me and I will not disappoint them.  I will be a good dog – just please don’t take me back to the vet and leave me there.  

Honey they will only take you if it is absolutely necessary for your health.  They want you to have a healthy long life with them. 
OK – just checking.  They are very nice and the food is really good.  I think it is the best food I have every had.  I’m still sore, but when I get get better I would like to run – in a park if I can – I like running free – but I will come back to them – now that I know they are my family – thank you for telling me.  I was afraid this was just a stopping point until I healed.  I was afraid to heal completely because I thought that’s when I thought I would have to leave.  I feel so relieved that I can begin to heal properly and learn to be happy again – to love again – to be a puppy again without fear of what will happen to me.  Thank you for talking with me – this has really made me a happy dog. 

You’ are very welcome Castle.  Enjoy your life with your new family and I will talk to your mom very soon.  
Ok bye. 

During the call  the client was amazed that Castle came and sat with them – this is something he had not yet done.  He was keeping a distance so he would not get too close – physically and emotionally – as he thought this was just a temporary home for him.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Why does my dog whine in the car?

This is Blackie, she is a 4 yr old female Terrier/Schnauzer rescue dog - she was with her first mom 3 yrs and now a year with her new mom.  

Q:  She willingly gets into my car and hops into her dog seat. But after about two minutes she starts whining. Why? 

(Why are you afraid to go into the car?)  Where are we going? Doesn’t mom love me anymore?  Is she going to drop me off somewhere and never come back like my first mom did?  Am I not good enough?  Am I not a good dog?  Why didn’t my mom keep me?  Why did she get rid of me like I was the trash?  Oh I am so sad she left me – I can’t believe I am telling you all this – do you know how hard this has been on me?  (Honey, yes I do understand how hard this has been on you.  I’m so sorry you had to go through this with your first mom.  This was very unfortunate, but she had some adult problems and couldn’t keep you.  She made sure you found your new mom who loves you very much and would never leave you or drop you off anyplace where she would not pick you up.  You are loved and very much a perfect dog.  You are a good dog and mom only wants the best for you. 

As you see, communication is so important - share with your pet where you are going, how long you are going to be, assure your pet we will be together, or if you are taking her to the groomer, you will be back to get her.  Rescues especially need this reassurance that they are loved and will never be abandoned again. 

Friday, May 15, 2015

Casting Call for all Cat Lovers!

Los Angeles Production Studio

NOW CASTING for Non-Airing Pilot for


You don’t just love your cat, you are connected to your cat.You know what Fluffy needs, what Fluffy wants, and what Fluffy is doing even when you aren’t around.

You laugh when your friends talk about their dogs, because they can never understand how deep a relationship with a cat can be.

You… are a cat person. And we want you for our cat competition game show to showcase your connection with your cat!

Email casting dept. at to apply!

Skype interviews with your cats – DEADLINE by May 26th.  Contact the above email by May 22nd. Filming will be done June 2nd (no cats on set).

Friday, April 24, 2015

I had to put my pet down - will she forgive me?

Q:   My beloved fur baby’s name is Cheyenne. She is a lab/pit mix.  She passed at 13 years old. I'm having a real hard time. The vet I took her to told me to put her down because she was in so much pain it was hard  for her to walk. I went outside to get my brother so he could say good bye and when we went back in to the room the vet had taken her in the back and I never saw her again !!! I wasn't with her till the end . ...My question is .....DOE SHE KNOW ? And will she ever forgive me ?

Frances:  Our pets know our intention, whether we are in the same room or the same dimension – they are with our spirit telepathically.  They know we love them – no regrets.  Cheyenne had a wonderful life with you and allowing her to cross over peacefully was the humane thing to do.  Remember the happy times, remember them in your heart.  Please do not have shrines of her around your home.  Have a special corner with a picture or her ashes when you feel the need to take a moment.  Talk to her, she hears you – whether out loud or in your thinking voice.  Know that she is at peace and wants you to be as well.  The love never dies – it lives on in your heart.  She wants you to share that love with another pup that needs rescuing – when you are ready.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

What is a Telephone Reading?

If you are not sure how a telephone reading works, here is a brief overview, and also answers to some commonly asked questions.

Telephone readings are the same as those when your pet is in the same room with me…as it would be when I tune in to those pets that have crossed over.  I am tuning in to your pet’s energy telepathically and hearing the dog's thinking voice to my thinking sound.  Many times their voice sounds like the owner’s voice or accent. 

I speak to animals for clients in Japan - whose language is Japanese - but using telepathy I hear their responses in English and speak to the animals in English - yet they hear the information in Japanese (or “dog” language) – I don’t really know!

Contrary to popular belief I do not require the pet to be physically present. There is a misconception that I somehow read the information from the pet in front of me or even their picture, which is not true – it is as said previously, telepathically.

When people sit down with me, I immediately advise them not to be put off by the lack of sound when I am tuning in to their pet.   The pet and I are in conversation and I will share what I receive when we are finished with the topic at hand.  Sometimes I close my eyes to not be distracted by those around me.   I need to focus on the pet, in the way one would pay attention to any conversation.

During a phone sitting the pet gives me the information to pass on to you, just as they would if you were in the same room, except that I am relaying the message to you via the telephone.

This is very obvious when you think about it; how can being in the same room as me make a difference to your pet who is communicating with you through me?  Especially for those pets who have crossed over – they are just so happy to give their message to you – my physical location is completely irrelevant.

I ask that you write questions for me so you have them ready for the appointment. I will need the name, type of animal (breed), sex, age (or if they have crossed over), how long you have had them, and if there is a particular concern or question I can answer when I first tune in.   It is best not to have any noisy distractions that will be annoying to your pet, or to you.

Phone sittings are a convenient way of avoiding traffic and travel time, and you can (hopefully) relax afterwards.

I hope this clarifies the process for you. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Is This Pet an Artist?

Kibble Art 

by Whiskers Picasso

Whiskers, is very creative with her food.  She likes to create portraits in her kibble.  These have just started to appear in her dish within the last few months.   

Whisker’s auntie Lisa thinks that the one on the top looks like her with the big hair. Someone else said it looks like lil orphan Annie.  Some pre-teens we polled thinks the two on the right look like the evolution of Michael Jackson's style! 

What do you see here? Do you think the one on the bottom left looks like Scooby Doo?

Show us what your pet can do by sending your photos & stories to

Friday, January 2, 2015

Why does my dog act funny when the handyman comes to my home?


Our pets know the character of the people who we bring into our lives. They will react differently to those they approve of and those they don’t. Many times the pet will act uncharacteristically with this person – aggressively if they are normally docile, quiet if they are usually talkative – these warning signs are for you to pay close attention to this person. Do they have your best interest at heart?

The pets are able to sense if a person is good or bad for you in your home.  If someone is in your home to do repairs, the pet may be very protective if they sense danger from this person.  It may be an unsaid word, the smell (one pet didn’t like the smell of the repairman – the client indicated the man wore the same clothes day after day), the way the person looks at you when you are not aware (but the pet watches every move).  The pet may try to give you warnings with their actions – to keep you aware of their uneasiness with this person in your home.  Trust the pet’s instinct – they only want the best for you.