pet communication

Being a Cat Mom

Recently, I went on a trip and had to leave my precious cat babies - Moxie and Penny - for over a week.

No big deal, right? It shouldn’t have been except that my cat kids have a schedule that includes: supervised playtime outdoors on a deck, home-cooked meals and non-stop attention and pampering. 

The day before my trip, I had a sinking feeling. I had the realization that -SHOCK HORROR - Moxie and Penny would only be getting two meals a day and not their customary three (actually…more like six). What can I say, they have elevensies, afternoon tea, lunch, dinner, supper…what can I say…they’re my babies!!!

My wonderful neighbor and cat lover Chrissie looks after them while I am gone. Up until recently, she worked nearby and could dash home to give PenMo lunch. However, she had just started a new job and this was not going to be possible.

I quickly looked online to see if I could find a pet sitter to give them lunch and compliment the care “Aunt Chrissie” was going to be giving them.

It turned out to be a hassle to find someone so I decided to just hope for the best.

The first couple of days were fine. I was checking in with Chrissie via email and PenMo (PENny and MOxie) psychically via Universal Energy.

Day 5: A panicked Chrissie called to tell me that Penny wasn’t eating and seemed off.

She wanted to know if Penny should go to the vet.

This is when it’s great to be psychic! I said, “just give me 10 minutes to find out what’s going on”.

I set my energy and connected to Penny.

YIKES! This little lady was mad! All I saw around her first (survival) chakra was a red, irritated energy. And yes - animals have chakras too.

Penny was furious that I had left her. She psychically told me that she was bored and wanted to go outside on the deck. She showed me through pictures that her brother, Moxie - a senior kitty - was sleeping all day and not much fun.

Penny told me, she wouldn’t eat until something was done about the situation.

I called Chrissie back. I let her know that this wasn’t a medical emergency, and since it was the weekend, asked if she would spend some extra time hanging out with Penny.

Chrissie agreed and even said she could let the cats go out on the deck. The next pet report I got from her was that Penny had made a complete recovery and was lapping up all the extra attention ;-)

Any time there is an emotional, behavioral or medical issue with any one of my pets I always do a psychic reading on them. They love it and are very open when I communicate with them this way.

If you are interested in getting a psychic check-in on one of your pets click here.

Penny "The Diva" Challis

Penny "The Diva" Challis



Being Authentic

Being authentic means putting yourself out into the world and allowing other people to see you exactly as you are.

When you're authentic, you embrace all the unique things that make you who you are. You don't hide behind perfect pictures and you are not afraid to speak your mind or take chances and do the "wrong" thing.

On my journey, looking within has given me the clarity to present more of my authentic self and my deep love and connection to animals.

I always let clients know about my love of animals and I routinely incorporate this love into my practice (Yes, animals share universal energy just like we do). I offer pet communication readings and assist clients with pet behavorial issues.

My love for animals organically evolved into volunteering with local rescue organizations. I do everything from finding homes for specific pets, to raising money and spreading the word about animals in need.

I am so passionate about animals that the thought of hurting one is unconscionable to me. For the past 6 years I have been a vegan and I am committed to reducing cruelty of any kind in the world.

While I was always passionate and dedicated to the cause of animal welfare, initially I was uncomfortable about putting my beliefs out there. I didn't want people to judge me or think I was over-the-top.

Over time, I found my voice and I no longer worry about how I'm perceived. Caring for animals is a huge part of who I am and it is inseparable from Tiffany the intuitive reader. Also, by sharing my experiences I am able to encourage people to adopt or foster pets, try veganism or get involved in protecting animals.

Being your true self will energize you and lead you down a more fulfilling path. There will still be challenges, however you will attract the people and resources you need to navigate the road ahead.

Pet Whispering

Anyone who knows me knows I love animals!

Last weekend in the Bay Area, Pet Food Express was having an all weekend pet adoption fair for local animal rescues and shelters!

Rocket Dog Rescue – one of the rescue groups – sent out a request for volunteers. They needed companions for all the wonderful pooches who were going to be there mingling with their potential new owners.

Say no more – I was in!

When I got to the fair, I was asked if I could look after Sophia – a German Shepard mix.

Sophia was stressed and who wouldn't be – we were at a busy event with lots of other animals! I was told she had been surrendered to Rocket Dog with a litter of pups. Her pups had all found homes, now it was Sophia's turn.

I have learned through my Intuitive reading practice that every living being is connected through energy. Animals are no different. In fact, I have found them to be highly attuned to this vibration.

While I'm not an animal trainer, I have a few techniques that help me connect with and reassure them when I meet them.

Before I interact with animals, I ground myself so that I am calm and centered.

Next, I clear my mind.

Now it's time for an energy check in.

From my mind's eye, I say hello to the animal.

I have found that animals really respond to energy and images, rather than a lot of words.

To put an animal at ease, I send calming energy and a feeling of love. In my experience, most animals don't understand the word love, so I have found that it's best to show them with feeling.

Animals are incredibly intelligent, and highly emotional so when they don't understand what's going on, it's very stressful for them.

At the adoptathon, I sent Sophia a mental image of her with her new family. Images are the best way to communicate with animals and it helps keep them calm and relaxed.

I have found that animals love being talked to and having their feelings validated.

If you are thinking about welcoming a furry family member into your home, please consider adopting from a local rescue or shelter.

If adopting is not in the cards, there are many other ways to become involved in saving a pet's life: volunteering, fostering, rescuing and donating.

"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened."
– Anatole France