What Is An Animal Communicator

Barbie Perkins-Cooper

Six weeks ago a new foster baby was brought into our home…a frightened, sandy blonde and cream-colored mini-Schnauzer, Maltese mix named Cletus. Riding home in the car with my friend, Lyn, another foster parent, I held little Cleet…Cleet in my lap. Each time I touched him, he cringed. He would not look at me. His eyes shared such a dreadful fear that I wanted to hold him closer, and when I tried, his horrified little body trembled. It was easy to see, Little Cleet…Cleet had been mistreated, abused and never cared for like animals deserve.

Arriving home that Saturday afternoon, he sniffed at our animals, Shakespeare, Sandy Bear, Shadow and Shasta. He rushed outside, watching us to see if we were coming after him. When I moved my arms out to pick him so he could come inside, he darted away. My husband watched him. “This little guy has been…

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Zoe’s Story

Sage and Citrine

Back in 2000, Zoe had been abandoned on the streets of Middlesex, NJ where she lived for about 6 mos. She usually hung out in a school yard where she received a lot of loving attention from the children. (She was one of those dogs that babies could fall all over and she didn’t care.) In the surrounding area she found food where ever she could. Some kind people would leave food out for her, others called the police. Zoe, being a Border Collie mix, was way too smart for the police. She would hide in the bushes or behind a fence when ever they came into the area. After much effort and dedication, she was lured into the yard and home of a friend of mine who lived in the neighborhood. It was also at this time that my daughter had been asking for a pet dog. So when my friend offered me the abandoned dog she had taken in…

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