A few years ago, I met Milyn at a shelter where her Marshall visited whenever she was out of town.

After a while, I learned about her fantastic skill – animal communication. Having used an animal communicator before, which was not very helpful, I was still sceptical about a person’s true ability to communicate with animals.

However, I had a very special Lady at home named Jenny who needed help.

Jenny was old and started going blind, deaf, and very thin. Her back legs started giving in when getting up. I did not know what to do because I was sure she still enjoyed being alive and was not suffering, but friends and family were convinced she was suffering.

I turned to Milyn for help, and I was not disappointed. Milyn told me Jenny said she was not ready to go and to thank me for her meaty treats (Milyn did not know this, but because she was eating very poorly. I had started giving her rice, pasta, doggy biscuits, pet mince and canned food just to get her to eat more).

Jenny told Milyn where she was hurting and that she loved her cuddles.

Jenny, through Milyn, even described the tree in the backyard she wanted to be buried under when her time came. Again, Milyn never saw my backyard.

That day I felt something I just cannot describe and will always be thankful for.

Surani Henning

Assisting With the Passing Over Process

Saying goodbye when it is time for your animal to go is one of the hardest things in life. These readings are not easy, and Milyn is emotionally invested all the way. In saying goodbye, she feels your loss and has too experienced it. 

“I have seen the unconditional love from both sides in these sessions, making my journey worth it. This does not remove the pain but eases the distress, guilt, and fear often lived through. Saying everything that needs to be heard for the last time is indeed a gift. It brings relationships closer than ever through this often-unfair departure. 

It is not an easy process emotionally, but it is worth every second you share with each other in this unique way. These sessions benefit owners and animals, ease the passing, and leave nothing unsaid.

Goodbye my Jenny -

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