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What's Your Pet Trying to Tell You?

Lifetree Café explores how animals think and interact with humans.

In an exclusive filmed interview, an animal communicator will share accounts of conversations with household pets.

"People with pets often say they communicate with their animals," said Lifetree representative Craig Cable. "This program provides an opportunity to share those stories and to discover what science tells us about the capacity of animals to interact with humans."

Here's a trailer about the Lifetree Café event:

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  • Susan M.

    When I first got my beagle as a puppy, I read the book by the Monks of New Skete, who had some good insights into how a dog thinks. It helped me adopt some practices that I wouldn't have thought of on my own. Or maybe I just needed to talk with my dog...?

    August 14, 2013

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