All Photos by Martha Grace
"Not all those who wander are lost."
In the past, to say the least, I have been very hesitant to do sessions for lost pets. This is a very difficult issue that I believe deserves great consideration as an animal communicator doing work for someone with a lost pet and this is why-
Many times, when an animal is lost they go into a very different state of mind that is a very good survival technique but it can make them very hard to connect with. Even when they send very clear pictures of where they are, right down to very precise details, they still may not be found. Unfortunately, they don't tend to read road signs and things that would make it very easy to help us to find them.
I take this work very seriously and it is heart wrenching to work with people with missing pets. As a result, in the past I made it a policy not to work with lost pets, or accepted to do the work very reluctantly. Recently, I have been encouraged to do the sessions with a disclaimer that there is no promise of a return home, I will offer one session and see what the animal has to say and to ask them to find their way home safely if they can. It has happened that the animals return within hours after a conversation, but that by no means has always been the case.
I will do a one time 30 minute session that would include map dowsing for possible locations at my regular fee. I promise to work to the best of my ability to help to bring a lost pet home but there is no guarantee of a return. If you are willing to work within those guidelines I hope that I can be of service.