The Pet Connector
When I look, let me truly see - When I listen, let me truly hear
Who Am I..........
"I'm an Animal Communicator who helps grieving pet parents heal from the loss of an animal, so they can find peace again."
"I'm an animal lover who is now an Animal Communicator and Energy Healer, committed to doing my very best to help animals and their humans better understand each other, heal, and live happier, more fulfilling lives together."
"I'm all of this, and MORE!"
At the 4-day conference, I discovered that I, too, could learn how to communicate with animals telepathically (through the transference of words, pictures, and feelings) the same way they communicate with each other. Throughout my studies, I've communicated with over 200 animals! I have loved animals my entire life, and have been known primarily as one of those "Crazy Cat Ladies," who always had the heart to welcome a needy, homeless, lonely cat into the family.
(I will be publishing a book in the near future with some of those unique stories!)
I've been a professional musician for nearly 40 years, and am retired from the U.S. Air Force, which I entered while attending graduate school at Michigan State University as a Music Major. I'm originally from a small town in upstate NY, but have lived in numerous places and traveled all over the world, courtesy of the Air Force. I currently live in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, in the quaint, historic town of Staunton. Although music has been the driving force in my adult life, my heart has always been with the animals, and in every country I traveled to, I always sought them out in that location - from breakfast with the birds in Singapore, riding elephants in Chiang Mai, Thailand, swimming with dolphins in the Bahamas, to feeding kangaroos and holding koalas in Australia!
And many more - plus of course, my cats.....
I'm more than excited to enter the field of Animal Communication, and bring my dream of working with animals to life. I look forward to connecting with you and your furry friends!
-Kathy Boyer, The Pet Connector