Pet Sounds

Animal psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick hears voices - the dog and cat kind.

Instead of seeking additional fortune in L.A. (which wouldn't work because Fitzpatrick is afraid of earthquakes) or New York City (where it's too busy for the country-reared woman), she's not planning to move out of state. Instead, up until the day that she leaves the planet, she'll continue to untangle the thoughts of animals while lying in a bed in east Texas.

Says Fitzpatrick, "There's only one other job you can do in the bed, darling."

Fitzpatrick claims to have become so good at animal communication that she doesn't require a photograph of a pet during her $300-per-half-hour sessions.
Chris Curry
Fitzpatrick claims to have become so good at animal communication that she doesn't require a photograph of a pet during her $300-per-half-hour sessions.
In order to avoid life-threatening disease in her pets, the British-born former fashion model feeds her dogs and cats sweet potatoes, vegetables and English tea.
Chris Curry
In order to avoid life-threatening disease in her pets, the British-born former fashion model feeds her dogs and cats sweet potatoes, vegetables and English tea.

steve.jansen@houstonpress.com

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Doggy Lama
Doggy Lama

Yes, I do become quite amused when some people are taken for a ride by Television Pastards. Basically, if people are willing to believe in television miracles, they deserve the consequences. Of course, I don't appreciate the elderly being a target of this recalcitrant behavior, but most others are fair game.

Psychics are no different. But, psychics for dogs? Come on.

I have been known to hand out business cards to pretentious psychological fucks at various mental health conferences to break the monotony of name tag examination. "Canine Hypnotherapy and Psychodrama" It is amusing to watch the contorted faces that follow.

If I were to open such a clinic, I could easily milk the patient owners. I could ask the owner to assist in obtaining an informed consent paw print. Then, I could ask them to leave the room. Confidentiality is very important. If the patient were to show no progress or regression, I could blame this on "resistance." I might do this. I could call myself a Specialist in Canine Psychotherapy.

Richard Doll
Richard Doll

Just proves again "There's a sucker born every minute", or "a fool and his (or her) money are soon parted". And to think she didn't even have to go to law school to swindle this amount of money!

 
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