Is your pet happy? This woman coming to Kamloops says she knows

Jill Morgan Saifer will be in Kamloops on Friday, June 21, 2019 offering animal communication sessions for anyone curious about their animal's health or well-being.
Image Credit: FACEBOOK/ J. Morgan Saifer

KAMLOOPS — When Jill Morgan Saifer adopted her cat Pink 15 years ago, she instantly knew she was born to bridge the gap between animals and people.

The self-proclaimed animal communicator and psychic medium will be in Kamloops Friday, June 21 at The Golden Buddha on Victoria Street.

Saifer says she is "gifted with the ability to channel messages from spirits and animals to people."

“Basically a person would come to me or ask me a question if they had any issues with their animals,” she said.

Some of the most common questions she gets are behavioural questions or people wondering about an unusual symptom their animal may be experiencing.

“People seem to want to know if their animal is happy, if their animal loves them or where the animal came from,” she said. “A lot of the time, people really want to know the origin of (an animal’s) life was.

Saifer actively practices and teaches animal communication, Reiki, animal Reiki and intuition-based healing across North America, according to her website. She said she can tap into any living being whether it's a person, animal, fish or bird.

"Anything that has a consciousness," she said. 

The animal healer said anyone skeptical of trying one of her sessions should just give it a try.

“If you are curious as to how your animal feels about living with you, what they enjoy or don’t like about their living situation, I would suggest they come into a session,” she said. “So anybody who wants to know if their animals are happy or healthy.”

Saifer will be offering animal communication sessions ranging from $30 to $60 depending on the length of time.

Cats, dogs, and smaller pets are welcome according to the event's Facebook page but anyone who wants a reading done of a larger animal will need to bring a clear photograph.

For more information or to book a session go here.

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