I very excited today I’ll be talking to a pet psychic or animal communicator what they call themselves. I can hear many of you groan now but I firmly believe in them. I can tell you there are many pet psychics who in my eyes are frauds and have zero talent, but there are also great animal communicators who have a rare gift with speaking with your pets. You should always speak to friends who might recommend someone good.
The person I’ll be talking to needs no recommendation from me she is famous. Lydia Hiby is the most sought after animal communicator around. Her client list numbers over 60,000 over 20 years, and many of them including me began with a little skepticism. Lydia has also co-authored the book, that I read and loved,
Conversations With Animals.
I have consulted with her three times in the past and she always told me things that I would have never known about my dogs and cats. For example years ago I had a Pomeranian named Fuzzy who whenever I would leave he would go behind my couch and not come out till I got home. This concerned me, I wondered if he was afraid of my husband. This might not sound like a big deal but to me it was.
Anyway when I asked Lydia about this she told me my dog was deaf and he went behind the couch because he couldn’t hear my husband get up and didn’t want to get stepped on. I couldn’t believe it I should have known he was deaf but I didn’t. On my next visit to the vet I asked him to confirm this and he agreed Fuzzy was deaf.
When she was communicating with Fuzzy she asked me if he recently lost some of his hair around his face. I couldn’t believe it he had a growth removed and the vet shaved a small area around his face. When I told her yes, she said that he is very proud of his hair. Naturally, I agreed he does have beautiful Pomeranian hair.
And then she mentioned he likes to look at himself in the mirror. My response to this was, no way, there are no mirrors on the floor that a 7 pound Pomeranian can look into. I figured oh well, she couldn’t get everything right.
I didn’t give this comment much thought until around two weeks later when I seen him staring at his reflection in our sliding glass door. Wow, if he was staring at his reflection in my door then Lydia must have just assumed it was a mirror.
I realize that neither of these examples convey any real earth shattering news but I just really appreciated those few moments of real communication between me and Fuzzy.
Another time my neighbor found my cat laying in his yard with an apparent concussion. No one seen what happened but for some reason I was concerned that maybe my neighbor hit him with something and caused his accident. I thought maybe he was paying me back for me calling the dog catcher on his bulldogs that were always running loose. I had to know if he was being mean to my animals. If he did this what else might he be capable of doing to my dogs or cats.
When I asked Lydia what happened she said there is a low roof that he jumped on (I thought it must have been my neighbor’s shed) and was scared or attacked by another cat(my neighbor’s cat.) I know there was no way to authenticate these facts but I can’t tell you how much peace of mind it gave me. My neighbor no longer lives next to me but back then it was a real relief to know he didn’t do anything harmful to my cat.
I hope this communication will bring new insights between me and my dog. I’ll let you know.
Lydia Hiby has been featured in the following:
Wall Street Journal
Los Angeles Times
New York Post
Late Night With David Letterman
Wild About Animals
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Feel free to tell me your thoughts on pet psychics? What experiences have you had with an animal communicator? What pressing question would you ask Lydia Hiby about your pet if you could?