Janesville Community Radio interviewed Liz for a full hour.
“Talkin’ Animals with the Crazy Katt Lady”
Today we have Liz Morrison with us. She is a pet communicator at Your Pets Want to Talk.
Interview starts at about 2 minutes into the broadcast.
Some of the topics covered:
- Pet communication – how it works
- End of life issues
- Owning dogs vs cats
- Animal emotions, ideas and thoughts
- Talking to a boa constrictor
- “Kitty dogs”
- If you talk to an animal, can you influence their problematic behaviour?
- Why I keep my pet conversations confidential.
Madison Area Professional Pet Sitters (MAPPS) invited me to speak to their group about animal communication. MAPPS is a wonderful group of animal lovers who meet each month to talk about different animal-related topics. Their goal is to share ideas, knowledge and camaraderie in the hope of promoting the field of professional pet care.
I was asked to talk to these professional pet care providers about my work as an animal communicator and help them to understand what animal communication is all about and how it can help us to understand our pet’s emotional lives a little better.
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Right after the new year in 2013, Liz had a great interview with Bob Schmidt on La Crosse Radio WFLN 1490. Some of the Topics covered: How did you find out that you were able to communicate with animals? Do some people think you are wacky? How does it work? What is ‘energy work’? What do …
Article reprinted with permission from Author Steve Marsh May 2012 • STEVE MARSH | Delta Sky Magazine | www.stephenhero.com | firstname.lastname@example.org Obviously, a dog doesn’t have to be famous to be a challenging interview. Many civilian dogs are treated like stars, but a celebrity dog? Gotta be worse. And Uggie, the star of The Artist? …
Article reprinted with permission from Dog Moe May 16, 2012 • DOUG MOE | Wisconsin State Journal | email@example.com | 608-252-6446 Earlier this year, Liz Morrison talked to a movie star. Unlike a lot of stars, who can be moody, even brooding, in conversation, this star was relentlessly upbeat. “A motor mouth,” Morrison said. Of …