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Karen Wrigley - Professional Animal Communicator

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Karen Wrigley is a well known animal communicator who has helped countless people and their pets— both nationally and internationally—with the process of communication, healing, and growth. Karen has been featured as an expert in her field in numerous newspapers and publications including The Washington Post, Washingtonian magazine, and in the USA Today article titled, “Psychics Help Pet Owners Get a New Leash on Life”. Karen has come to understand through the many years which she has been in service to both humans and animals, that animals understand us better than we understand ourselves. As a child, Karen was extraordinarily sensitive to nature, intuitively understanding the wisdom of the earth and animals. Over time she realized that she possessed a unique gift—the ability to express the thoughts and feelings of animals through psychic communication. Raised on a farm in Indiana, Karen had plenty of time to experiment with and further hone these gifts. As she grew older she found that most people did not understand her or her special connection to the animal world. After receiving a call from a stranger requesting to set up an appointment for an animal communication, Karen discovered that she had been featured in the USA Today article “Psychics Help Pet Owners to Get a New Leash on Life”. One of the three clients she had casually performed an animal communication reading for earlier that year had shared their amazing experience in the article. Realizing that she could combine her love for empowering people and her passion for animals, Karen launched a career as an Animal Communicator. Since that time she has helped hundreds of clients communicate with their animals, get to the root of their pet’s behavior problems, find lost animals, and contact pet’s that have crossed over.