Do pets communicate? Do animals think? Do they have emotions?

For anyone who has ever been close to a pet, the answer is yes, yes, yes. Sylvia Browne, Sonya Fitzpatrick and other psychics have communicated with living and departed pets in efforts to help pet owners.

Many pets are treasured and treated like a member of the family. Many owners sleep with their pets for warmth and comfort. Pets give that unconditional love so easily. But introduction of new pets or new family members—like a baby—often cause changes in the pet’s behavior. Some pets can’t seem to adapt well. And each pet has its own personality, just like humans. The good news is that you can communicate with your pet and find a comfortable solution to any problem.

Some people are naturally able to communicate with their pets. Not only by watching their actions and distinguishing the different sounds, but actually sensing what the pet is trying to communicate. Of course there are psychics who have the ability to communicate with any animal. But for those people who do not fall into either of these categories, it is still possible to communicate with your pet by entering into a light stage of hypnosis. That’s right—you can become your own pet psychic!

Have you ever wondered about your departed pet? Is your furry friend gone forever, or will you meet again? Did you do the right thing in the short time before your pet’s death? Is your pet happy in the afterlife? This is just a small sample of the kinds of questions you can get answers to. In Sylvia Browne’s book titled All Pets Go To Heaven, she shares many stories from her decades of research and readings for clients. Perhaps now is the time for you to get in touch with your departed pet through hypnosis.