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Ask Pawfun’s Pet Psychic: What do animals see and smell?
By Bridget Pilloud
I don’t know why, but in all my conversations as a pet psychic, it never occurred to me to ask my pet clients what they could see. I often ask them how they are feeling, but asking what they are seeing just never occurred to me. It makes sense that they are experiencing our conversations in a multi-sensate way.
This morning, I had a lovely conversation with this fellow, a horse named Willz. And I made a discovery!
Here’s how our conversation went:
After I greeted Wilz, he said, “Those are some nice flowers.” (I have a bouquet of white mock orange on my desk.)
Me: “Thanks! You can see them?”
Wilz: “I can see them and smell them!”
I asked, “Can you see me?”
“What do you I look like to you?”
Willz said, “You are making a funny face!” (Sometimes, when I concentrate, I squish my eyebrows together, and squinch my nose up.)
I said “I am, huh?”
Willz said, “You look nice and soft. Do you ride?”
“Yes, I do ride, though I think I’m much bigger than your owner.”
“I’d let you ride me,” Willz said.
“I’d be honored!” I said.
“That’s why I told you, and that’s why I’d let you.” Willz said.
What a happy discovery!
Tags: Animal Communication, animal friendship, Bridget Pilloud, horses, Pawfun Blog, Pawfun.com
June 18, 2009