A ‘pet psychic’ who claims to be able to telepathically communicate with animals has made some predictions for the year ahead – and your goldfish might need some extra TLC.
Samantha Milns, 50, qualified as an animal communicator following a ‘vision quest’ or spiritual retreat in 2008, and also works as a ‘pet detective’.
Living in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, with her long-term partner Greg Miles, 53, a professional cat sitter, and their 16 year old cat, Tom, Samantha sees a great year for budgies and guinea pigs, but less favourable fortunes for Staffordshire bull terriers.
An admin manager for a wealth company before she became an animal psychic, she said: ‘I’m seeing a real mixed bag over the next year for pet owners.
‘I think it’s going to be a great year for Jack Russells, as they are going to feel very confident and happy in 2022.
‘But Staffordshire bull terriers are going to struggle and pooches, generally, will need a lot of reassurance in the coming year.’
Using her psychic skillset – for which she had to take four exams and get at least 90% in each – Samantha has come up with something of a month-by-month guide to your furry (or scaly) friends’ moods.
According to her, the best month for guinea pigs will be August, and horses will also have a joyful summer as they’re able to get out more in the weather.
Samantha claims that, as we return to work, dogs will be hit hardest.
‘I sense a lot of unrest in September,’ she says.
‘I especially see a lot of Labradors really struggling, because of their owners being back in the office.
‘With more home working ending, it’s going to be turbulent and will be a huge adjustment for our dogs. But I do see this calming by December for all animals.’
Unfortunately, Samantha does not foresee such happiness for all animals.
‘I see a lot of death for goldfish in December,’ she warned. ‘I think there is going to be some kind of fungal infection that is going to wipe a lot of people’s fish out.’
Meanwhile, January 2022 dawns with the sad abandonment of a number of Staffordshire bull terriers, according to Samantha.
‘I see heartache in January,’ she says. ‘I see Staffies being given away.
‘But the heartache feels temporary – as if they will find happiness again.’
If that wasn’t enough to worry about, she believes an earthquake will hit somewhere in the world in June next year, and that a Newfoundland dog will hit the headlines for a rescue of some sort.
Her advice is: ‘While I predict some heartache and illness, I think if owners are mindful and watch out for the months when their animal may need guidance, they can push past the hardship and emerge stronger from it.’
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