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Animal Communicator and Pet Psychic Patty Rayman to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

MIDVALE, UTAH, UNITED STATES, January 7, 2019 / -- "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated," is a famous statement by Gandhi that millions of animal lovers can wholeheartedly agree with. Pets provide so much emotional support for people and give unconditional love. People want to do everything they can to keep their animals happy and healthy. How many times do we wish we could listen to our pets and learn what they are genuinely feeling and understand how we can help them?

Patty Rayman is a gifted animal communicator and has worked as a professional pet psychic for almost 20 years. She can connect with all types of animals and helps people have a conversation with their pets and get answers to their questions.

"I have worked with thousands of animals and the people that love them. I have discovered that no matter what their religious beliefs, backgrounds and economic circumstances are, pets are their highest priority and have a major impact on many aspects of their lives," she says.

Patty was born with the ability to dialog with animals and they have always been her best teachers. When she was in college she took in a stray kitten. They developed an incredible connection and he helped her develop her natural abilities and ultimately perfect her animal communication skills.

"I feel that I have a responsibility to share my gifts and help animals and people understand each other better,” says Patty. “Communicating with animals is the most meaningful part of my life."

Patty does readings over the phone from photos, in person home visits and at events. She helps people solve their animal’s behavior challenges and understand their health issues. She does food evaluations to assist people in finding the best food for their individual animal. Food affects every aspect of an animal's life including their behavior, their overall health and their longevity.

Patty also helps people make end of life decisions for their beloved companions. Losing an animal can be devastating and she does grief counseling to help people deal with strong emotions.

"Love never dies and when animals pass on they are forever connected to their person. Death ends a life but it doesn't end a relationship,” says Patty. “Our animals are with us even after they pass on.”

Patty believes that anyone who loves animals has an ability to communicate with them. She teaches workshops and is also the author of Humans Think. Animals Feel. This book teaches a step-by-step method to help people think like their animal. When people work with their animals instead of against them they can effectively correct behaviors, change stressful relationships and create more meaningful partnerships.

CUTV News Radio will feature Patty Rayman in an interview with Doug Lewellyn on Monday January 7th at 2 p.m. EST.

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Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno

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