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Pet Psychic Radio Today! This is Primrose Speedy and Honey in the back. This is what your animals may look like when THEY are calling into Pet Psychic Radio. Everyone smiles during Pet Psychic Radio! Live Thursdays at 12pm PST. call in line (917)889-2693 Listen Live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic Post your animal’s picture on our facebook page www.facebook.com/petpsychicradio To learn more about the show and Laura Stinchfield visit: www.thepetpsychic.com/pet-psychic-radio
Hurry To Your Computers! Pet Psychic Radio is on today! Pet Psychic Radio Live Thursdays at 12pm PST. call in line (917)889-2693 Listen Live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic Post your animal’s picture on our facebook page www.facebook.com/petpsychicradio To learn more about the show and Laura Stinchfield visit: www.thepetpsychic.com/pet-psychic-radio
My late wolf dog Maia with our Rabbit Bean. Extraordinary beings say amazing things on Pet Psychic Radio! Join us with your animals! Live Thursdays at 12pm PST. call in line (917)889-2693 Listen Live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic Post your animal’s picture on our facebook page www.facebook.com/petpsychicradio To learn more about the show and Laura Stinchfield visit: www.thepetpsychic.com/pet-psychic-radio
This is Ripley & Aloha. They are @vegancannibal ‘s dogs. There person is my cohost in Pet Psychic Radio. Tune in today to hear what they have to say & call in yourselves to hear what YOUR animals have to say! Pet Psychic Radio Live Thursdays at 12pm PST. call in line (917)889-2693 Listen Live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic Post your animal’s picture on our facebook page www.facebook.com/petpsychicradio To learn more about the show and Laura Stinchfield visit: www.thepetpsychic.com/pet-psychic-radio
Laura Stinchfield of thepetpsychic.com emailed a Newsletter today. Read about what Laura’s animals think about music, watch a video of Clementine the Donkey have an adventure and more! Click to read the full newsletter: https://track.namastelight.com/v/443/bb5bf18ae54d53adc5488ddf5433c2cc9baa950c687a5d92
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KONA is looking for a new home. He is presently in Santa Barbara, Ca. If you are interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get you in touch with his person. His person writes, ” Kona is a purebred (he has his papers), bronze, neutered, indoor only (declawed in front) Egyptian Mau born 12/04/04. I have had him his entire life. Four years ago I got a rescue dachsund. She treats him like prey and chases him around the house and bites his neck and shakes him. He is afraid of her and lived up on the shelf on which the TV is placed. He’s afraid to be down on the floor with her. Two months ago my other boy Mau cat died of a sudden intestinal lymphoma. Kona is so lonwsome and without him. He can’t come to me for comfort since the dog will chase him and attack him. Last week was the final straw when the dog went up and pulled him to the floor off of his safe shelf, and shook him by his neck. I have had him locked in the guest room away from her since. This is no way for this beautiful, peaceful kitty to live. He is scared to use the litter box or get a drink of water if the dog is around. He was pooping on his safe shelf sometimes. It’s a lot worse since Kai died since Kona is all by himself now. As much as I love this cat, this is not a good live for him. He’s too stressed. He would do well in a home without a ot of scary, rapid movement. He will cuddle wity you all night long and purr. He’s free to a good home and just had his annual vet check up and vaccinations (rabies and FLV). He comes with food, a bed, a carrier, a litter box and scoop, litter.”
Here I am with founder & director of Elephant Nature Park Lek Chailert!
She is truly an amazing person! She is saving hundreds of elephants from logging, begging on the streets & from trekking… She gets them Medical care, gives them a preserve to be themselves in and places them back in the wild…
She also has an animal rescue. After a flood in Bangkok she went in and rescued hundreds of stray cats & dogs. Here at Elephant Nature Park there are many rescue dogs sleeping and wandering around with the elephants. I am in awe of what Lek is doing for animals!
Elephant Nature Preserve in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
My boyfriend’s daughter Katherine on left and our guide Bee on right.
We got to feed the elephants, pet them, bath them and mingle with the herds. Some of the elephants here have loss eyes and legs in the hands of humans but they all feel safe with us close to them and near their babies. It shocks me how the elephants are exploited here in Thailand. There are elephant camps every few miles. It gives me an enormous amount of peace knowing the elephants at Elephant Nature Park are safe and able to live in their natural environment. So beautiful!
What they said:
The big details are confidential but I feel like this is ok to say: Many of the elephants talked about their old memories and things that had happened to them and that the memories come back to them sometimes – scaring them. One put her mouth on a railing sucked on it and dropped her trunk as if giving up. She said she used to have to stay for hours like that before she was rescued. There was a lot of feelings about how safe, secure and loved they all feel now. How they feel they are able to trust humans now and they are able to enjoy their lives and each other. They all feel very blessed to know Lek and the other workers. That they can now heal and enjoy friendships. When I asked one elephant if she likes the Mahouts with her all the time she said that sometimes there are Mahouts that are mean and that she once had a mean one. She said the other Mahouts will put pressure on the mean ones to leave. They get upset. She says now she has a nice Mahout. That she really loves. I learned latter that she was once pregnant and the preserve didn’t know. When her Mahout changed to the one she has now she gave birth a few days later. I feel like then she felt safe safe to have her baby.
This is Serafina. I found her about 6 years ago. I was driving by a ranch I used to live at and was looking for a bobcat that used to hunt the fields in the morning. I was shocked to spot Serafina instead! She was trying to hunt a ground squirrel. She let me pick her up and put her in my car with my wolfdog and aussie dog. She was malnourished and covered in worms & fleas. She was so brave instantly rubbing herself in-between their legs. She is one of the most compassionate animals I have ever come across. When my older late cat was sick and dying Serafina rarely left his side and if anything was wrong she would run to me. If anything bad happens to any of the other animals she is right by their side no matter how scary the ordeal. It is truly amazing to witness. We call her the nurse. I’m so happy I was looking for that bobcat! – Laura Stinchfield • thepetpsychic.com.
My lovely cat Makia. She is 17 years old. I adopted her at Santa Barbara Animal Regulation when she was less than a year old. A woman and her daughter was looking at her deciding if they were going to adopt her. I stood off to the side wishing she was mine. They decided not to adopt her because Makia (then Pooka) was not vocal when the mother & child left, I picked up Makia and she went “meow, meow”. She’s been with me ever since. * Laura Stinchfield – thepetpsychic.com.
@zachskow of Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue with blind & deaf dog Eve will be on PET PSYCHIC RADIO today. Live Thursdays at 12pm PST. call in line (917)889-2693 Listen Live or Download Previous Shows at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic