I am in the wrong profession. I will communicate with your pet for this and I won’t woo it up.
[Melissa] Bacelar is a pet psychic.
It’s clear Bacelar is an animal lover. She shares her home in Los Angeles with her husband, her son, seven dogs and three rabbits. But what sets Bacelar apart from the average pet enthusiast is what she describes as psychic abilities. She says animals communicate with her through telepathic messages and feelings.
Bacelar has always felt connected to animals and, after seeking the services of a pet psychic herself, she realized she could hone her psychic ability to communicate with one of her dogs. She then took classes to further focus her visions.
Charging $100 to $200 per session, she claims she has never gotten a reading wrong. Well, sure! She’s not testing it. Is she? Is there another psychic we can ask to talk to Fluffy? See if they give the same details. Even that would not be a good test. The clues in this piece is that she is an animal lover and the people who hire her are also. They want to feel they are doing something good. They can perceive simple animal-human communication cues that learned by lifelong interaction with animals. And, guessing. I have little tolerance for psychic readings of people but, you know, those are slightly more difficult, at least someone is judging your answers. In this case, there is no accountability. It’s nonsense.
I could probably do just as well but I wouldn’t pretend to be doing something magical.
Tip: Todd Stonewall