Pet Psychics Offer Telepathic Communication With Living Or Dead Pets

pet psychicWho says the mystical isn’t alive in America? ABC News profiles a Los Angeles-based pet psychic:

What if somebody told you that a parrot knows he’s beautiful? Or that a Chihuahua has trust issues? These are the insights of Melissa Bacelar.

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.

Bacelar is primarily a dog whisperer, but claims she can communicate with any species — though animals that spend more time with people give her more vivid visions and are easier to communicate with than wild animals.

Bacelar insists that pet owners know she’s the real deal because her clients are people that know and love their pets, “so it’s going to be something that I say that lets them know that I’m talking to their pet.”

She currently charges $100 to $200 per session, but charges more for reaching animals who have passed away, “because it’s a little bit more difficult and sometimes it takes a little more time on my part.”

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  • Liam_McGonagle

    Medium: “I’m sensing something . . . yes . . . it’s very faint, yet distinct. Fido–”

    Client: “–No, it’s Butch I want to talk to.”

    Medium: “–Butch, rather, needs to ask YOU something. He says its very important you answer him.”

    Client: “Yes! yes! Anything! What is it Butchie boy! What do you need to know?”

    Medium: “It’s been bothering him for a very long time and his soul can’t find rest until he has an answer . . . ”

    Client: “Yes! yes! I’ll be happy to answer! Please just let me know what Butch’s question is, so that his soul can finally find peace!”

    Medium: “WTF happened to my balls? You said we were going for walkies and a treat, and next thing I know I wake up at the Vet’s five pounds lighter and with a horrible sore crotch!”

  • bobbiethejean

    I have no patience for scam artists preying on ignorant, stupid, or desperate people for cash. This is sick.