What Are Pets' Peeves About People?pet psychic
One of my favorite things about being a Pet Psychic is that I get the opportunity to communicate one-on-one with all species of pets. I communicate what pets want their people to know. Basically, I'm a pet family therapist and I love it.
A pet will often times "let the cat out of the bag", kind of like a little kid making an unexpected innocent remark in front of company. One pet revealed to me that his mom talks really loud on the phone in her home office. True enough, her spouse chuckled with timid satisfaction that their beloved dog just called his wife out on something that he has secretly been wanting to address with her but couldn't find the right approach. Suddenly she recognizes this "pet peeve," and realizes maybe that's why the dog gets up and makes a beeline downstairs when I am on the phone!
When I was on Lopez Tonight with Kaley Cuoco (star of "The Big Bang Theory"), her puppy Shirley-Sue told me she didn't like the way her collar felt against her neck after a morning swim in the pool. Shirley-Sue communicated that she wanted a higher quality collar (in the color purple, no less!) that dried faster so it would feel better around her neck. Kaley, with her great sense of humor, realized that her beloved dog wanted comfortable and fashionable attire -– just like Kaley might wear to an awards show or red carpet event.
Even my cat, Archie, has a pet peeve about me. He would prefer that I not move a muscle while he's comfortably sleeping on my legs. He gets so frustrated with me when I shift around in bed at night. I may be psychic, but I'm only human.
The funny thing about pets is that they are downright honest and unconditionally loving, especially when it comes to their people. When I am doing a "reading" of a pet, they communicate with me the same way as when I am reading for humans. The information comes to me in the form of words, pictures, feelings and sounds, kind of like a reel of fast movie clips. To me, there is no difference between reading for people or pets, except that pets are more honest because they don't have anything to hide. Well, maybe where they hid their favorite toy, but that's about it.
Pets are like little kids -- they say the darndest things. Yet, they are simultaneously your most forthright, outspoken friend: they can't help but tell it like it is!