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Morning walk with Seamora my parrot & the dogs – Stormy, Luca, Summer, Honey and Primerose Speedy who is off running somewhere
Makia my cat says, “Look beautiful at all times & beauty will come to you. How ever you look is a statement to how you feel inside. Be proud of your inner & outer beauty.” • Laura Stinchfield of www.thepetpsychic.com.
Seamora my blue and gold macaw says, “I have lived with many people who love music. I once had an old owner who loved strange music that people did drugs too. I didn’t like that life style but the music gave me something to escape my surroundings in. Then I lived with a man who loved Rock and Roll. He taught me a lot about music and beat. I can dance to any beat. I know all the lyrics to classic rock but I don’t know how to get my tongue to say them all. Music is the best. When I am stressed and going in a bad place I go to the music. He always had music playing and I miss his happiness with the music as well. It fulfilled his soul. Everyone should listen to music. Parrots are really good at making music and I love the sound of a flock of birds all making their individual music. It’s like its own song. I don’t have a flock of birds now and my mom says I scream but really I am singing Rock and Roll.” • Laura Stinchfield www.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.
Joey the goat’s original mom died and now he is living with a friend of mine his “foster mom”.
Because I was loving him so much he asked me, “Do you have a goat?”
I told him no.
He then said, “You can foster a goat and someone else will pay for them.”
I then found out that when he first came to my friends farm, Joey’s former dad was paying for his food but now my friend pays for his care.
Joey’s insight is remarkable to me because it shows just how much animals are listening to our conversations that we have around them.
Joey also said to me, “If I had you everyday I would be even smarter then I am now….Can I have more things to jump on?”
He has some climbing obstacles now but we are on the look out for a used picnic bench!