Turek (left) with Dr. Houlihan and Oscar.

What do Fluffy and Fido really mean?

Pet owners can find out from animal communicator Lisa Turek and veterinarian Dr. Cindy Houlihan at What do Fluffy & Fido really mean? How to listen to and understand your pet, at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27 at the Birmingham Country Club. The program is being offered by The Cat Practice veterinary hospital in Birmingham.

Turek says that, unlike a psychic who reads minds or predicts the future, she holds conversations with living and dead animals by connecting with their spirits. All she needs is a photo or description of the pet to make a connection. Turek has used her abilities to help owners modify their pet’s behaviors, locate lost pets, determine if sick pets are in pain and want their lives to end, and to find out where pets go after they die. “I’m like the telephone,” she says. “I’m the go between connecting the animal and the person.”

Register at www.thecatpracticepc.com or call 248-540-3390. Please leave pets at home. Business attire requested. Cost is $10 per person including light refreshments. No refunds. Proceeds go to the Feline Friends Fund being set up for pets in need. Birmingham Country Club is at 1750 Saxon Drive in Birmingham, Michigan.

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