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Your Pet Wants To Talk... Liz Morrison, Animal Communicator in Minneapolis, is ready to listen
  • Why Did You Get That New Little Pet?

    Why Did You Get That New Little Pet?

    Have you added another kitty to your pet family? Maybe you’ve brought a new puppy home to keep your old dog company. How is your first pet responding to this wonderful “addition?” Some pets willingly accept another pet into the household. But there are some animals who are not very happy about sharing their food, their beds, their toys or their humans with anything new. In other words, they get MAD. This article describes how some animals react to changes in their lives.

  • You Did That on Purpose!

    You Did That on Purpose!

    Cats can be many things… loving one minute, snobbish the next… cuddling in our laps, then suddenly biting. Contrary to what we may think, cats are not capable of the sophisticated decision-making we give them credit for…

  • When I Come Back, Can I Be a Tea Cup Poodle? Reincarnation and Our Pets

    When I Come Back, Can I Be a Tea Cup Poodle? Reincarnation and Our Pets

    In this article, I talk about my belief in reincarnation – for humans and for animals. I highlight a conversation I had several years ago with a dog who was living his last life. He was on the brink of death and, after having lived many different dog lives, had now reached his Nirvana and would reincarnate no more. I learned a valuable lesson from this dog… one that made my path a little clearer.

  • Enough Can Be Enough

    Enough Can Be Enough

    We love our pets, sometimes to distraction. And we don’t always see the reality that’s right in front of us when providing care for them. In this article, I will talk about how we approach our pet’s medical problems as well as their misadventures. We tend to go to great lengths to keep our pets with us, even to the point of …

  • Will You Be Home When I’m Done With My Bone?

    Will You Be Home When I’m Done With My Bone?

    Dogs can’t measure time nor do they understand us when we say “we’ll be home later.” So what does the passage of time mean to our furry friends? How do they measure time away from us? In this article, I’ll talk about some of the ways dogs think about time.

  • I Thought I Saw Your Car

    I Thought I Saw Your Car

    Separation anxiety in dogs can be a frightening experience for them and a frustrating and costly experience for you. This article deals with what being home alone feels like to some dogs and what we can do to help them with it.

  • “Why Did You Move That?”

    “Why Did You Move That?”

    Our pets notice everything. It doesn’t matter if we move around all of the furniture in our homes or if we simply …

  • Grief Is Not A Five Letter Word

    Grief Is Not A Five Letter Word

    As we all know, when our pets pass on, their presence in our lives is replaced by a massive gaping hole. The …

  • “Breed All About It”

    “Breed All About It”

    I heard something recently that was really interesting and rather profound. A canine behaviorist speaking on the radio said that it doesn’t …

  • Cell Phones Don’t Need Excercise

    Cell Phones Don’t Need Excercise

    I was in my front yard the other day when a woman came walking by with her dog. It was a beautiful …

  • The Magic of Pets

    The Magic of Pets

    A while back, I heard a story on the radio about the amount of money pet owners spend to keep their loving …

  • Hour Interview with Liz Morrison

    Hour Interview with Liz Morrison

    Janesville Community Radio interviewed Liz for a full hour. “Talkin’ Animals with the Crazy Katt Lady” Today we have Liz Morrison with …

  • Animal Gratitude?

    Animal Gratitude?

    I adopted a Smooth-Collie mix last November from one of the local animal shelters. Lovey is one of those dogs that you …

  • The Wonder Of Dog Parks

    The Wonder Of Dog Parks

     I’ve never been a fan of dog parks. I’ve heard so many stories of dogs running wildly as their owners sat at …

  • Madison Area Professional Pet Sitters Presentation

    Madison Area Professional Pet Sitters Presentation

    Madison Area Professional Pet Sitters (MAPPS) invited me to speak to their group about animal communication. MAPPS is a wonderful group of animal …

  • A Dab of Ability, A Dose of Humility

    A Dab of Ability, A Dose of Humility

    I’ve been asking myself lately what it feels like to communicate with animals. This is not an easy question for me to …

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