Philadelphia Inquirer, Section B, p. B7 |
It's doggone hip, man: Woof-stock
. . . Many who attended the
fair came with their pets, and not just to enjoy the nice weather. They were there
to talk to Liz Severino, an "animal communicator" from Cherry Hill who
says she feels the energy of pets and then tells the owners what the animals are
"Severino often works with abused
or abandoned dogs, but yesterday most of her 10- minute sessions were with others
who simply wanted to know what their pets were thinking.
appraised her subjects yesterday by touching them and looking at them. But she
said she doesn't need to be with the animal to sense its aura. Severino said she
can communicate over the phone with a pet through the owner if the owner is concentrating
on the animal.
"Most of Severino's customers
walked away happy. Renee Pinardo said Severino's analysis of her dogs, Fred and
Barney, was on the mark. Severino said Fred was vulnerable and Barney was an observer,
which Pinardo said accurately depicts her dogs' demeanors."
article printed Sunday, August 24, 1997.
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