THE PSYCHIC PET CONSULTANT
From her early childhood, Marisa Anderson has been able to perceive the thoughts of other living creatures. Having no language, animals communicate in pictures, using telepathic powers. Being naturally gifted with clairvoyant psychic sight, Marisa tuned in to the animals she met and quickly realized that she was receiving messages from them.
The white horse
When she was a young girl growing up in New York, her family took her to the countryside on a horse-riding holiday. There in a paddock stood a beautiful, pure-white mare. Marisa, who loved riding, knew at once that she had to ride it.
The farm owner was shocked when Marisa approached him for permission. This particular horse was very difficult to ride, he warned her: it had a mind of its own.
Standing at the side of the paddock, Marisa reached out, placing her hand on the white horse’s nose. For a moment she felt it tense; then into her mind came a picture of peace, green fields and gentle streams. The horse wanted to be free, it hated being locked into stables or a paddock. Marisa telepathically sent a message to it. She pictured herself on the horse’s back riding alongside a river, wind blowing through the trees. Seeming to receive this message, the horse shook its glorious head in delight. From that moment on they were friends.
The farmer stared in amazement as Marisa smoothed the horse’s mane. He was even more surprised when Marisa, having helped to put a saddle on its back, climbed on and, with just a little help from the more experienced riders, actually rode the horse.
The hidden chameleon
When Marisa was about nine years old, her family had a pet chameleon lizard called Bonnet. One day Bonnet disappeared and no one could find it. Then suddenly a thought jumped into Marisa’s mind; it was as if the lizard were speaking to her. She knew at once where the little creature was. Sure enough, she found it curled up underneath a sofa in the living room.
But Marisa also knew that Bonnet was ill. That was why it was hiding away. The very next day, the chameleon died.
An unusual career
Marisa’s mother recognized that her daughter had special powers, but told her that when she grew up her psychic gifts would disappear. However, Marisa’s mother was wrong – they didn’t. When Marisa left school, she set up her own business as a psychic pet consultant in New York.
When someone’s pet becomes ill and needs help, Marisa has the ability to discover what is wrong with it. Soon she got animal patients from various parts of the country, and even many vets agree that Marisa’s powers as a psychic pet consultant are beyond doubt.
Sweet William’s hot dinner
Sweet William is a red Persian tom cat belonging to Suzanne Finstad, an author and lawyer in Hollywood. One evening she fed her pet, then sixteen years old, some shrimps cooked in a hot cajun-pepper sauce. Later that night, Sweet William became ill.
The next morning Suzanne was so worried that she called her vet’s surgery at the Hollywood pet hospital. But her regular vet was not available to see Sweet William. Instead Suzanne took her cat to another vet, who diagnosed liver damage. She admitted Sweet William to the pet hospital and placed him on an intravenous drip.
Suzanne was sure Sweet William didn’t have liver damage, only stomach problems from the shrimp, but the vet said it was definitely his liver and he would have to be injected with fluids daily for the rest of his life. Reluctantly, Suzanne left poor Sweet William in the hospital and drove home.
A long-distance consultation
Back at home, Suzanne looked in her directory of psychic consultants and found the name of Marisa Anderson, the pet specialist. Suzanne called Marisa in New York, and the psychic tuned in her mind to the sick cat. She told Suzanne that Sweet William had eaten something rancid that had caused him to be ill. She even described the colour of the cat’s vomit. Suzanne was simply amazed.
Over the telephone, Marisa went on to tell Suzanne that Sweet William was lying in the pet hospital dreaming about the happy days when he had spent time in the countryside and run about in the open air. To Suzanne, this was proof of Marisa’s psychic powers, because Hollywood is far from pastoral and Marisa could not possibly have known that when Suzanne first got the cat, she was living with her parents in the country.
Marisa told Suzanne not to worry. Marisa would send out healing thoughts to the cat, and he would soon be home. Then Marisa gave her a list of homeopathic remedies to give to her pet once he was out of the hospital. These would help clear his system of any remaining poison.
Two days later Suzanne spoke to her usual vet. He told her that the cat was well enough to go home. When Suzanne was picking up Sweet William from the pet hospital, she told her vet about Marisa and her accurate description of the cat’s illness. The vet did not object to her consulting a psychic. He said that in such matters he had an open mind. He agreed with Marisa that the cat had been suffering from a form of food poisoning. Sweet William had a normal liver and the homeopathic remedies Marisa had prescribed would probably help, the vet said.
Today Sweet William is a contented and healthy cat with an owner who believes absolutely that his life was saved by the supernatural healing powers of the psychic pet consultant Marisa Anderson.
The ghost of a white cat
Once while visiting a friend who is a psychic investigator in New York, Marisa was asked for help. In a block of flats close to her friend’s home, the occupants were complaining that their rooms were haunted by a ghost cat. Each night around ten, the spirit of a white cat would walk around the corridors of the building.
Marisa sat down on a chair inside the entrance and waited. As the clock struck ten, she saw a faint white shape materialise in the doorway – the ghost cat. Using clairaudience, tuning her mind in to the cat, she realized that it was looking for its owners, who had lived there when it was alive.
The spirit of the cat told Marisa that it had been happy in the block of flats and wanted to stay but couldn’t find its old friends who had moved away. As the thoughts this ghost cat was thinking flashed into Marisa’s mind, she knew at once what to do.
Marisa, like all psychics, has spirit guides who help her to help others. For a moment Marisa called upon her guides and pictured the cat walking into the next world with them. In a twinkling, her spirit friends appeared and called the little creature to join them. She watched as the white ghost cat turned and walked away into the world beyond. It has not been seen since.