About Pamela...


I grew up on a dairy farm in upstate New York—surrounded by animals. Cats, dogs,    horses, cows, pigs, chickens and many more. I’ve always talked to animals and believed they were listening. Growing up, I was especially intrigued with the feral cats who wintered in our barn—often left abandoned by the side of the road. I could sense their apprehension, and I’d spend hours trying to connect with them and gain their trust. I learned a lot from these animals, just by watching them interact with the world. More than anything, they taught me about unconditional love.

Over the years, animals continued to teach me lessons and offer sage advice. Yet some behaviors were still bewildering, such as my cat Twig, who delivered Ziploc plastic bags around the house for years.  I would talk to her (out loud, in human language), speculating about why she did that, and she just kept on delivering bags. The problem was... knowing she was trying to send me information or a message, did not mean I was able to decipher the message. For example, if someone sends you a message in Morse code, you might be able to receive it, but until you learn Morse code, you will not be able to understand it. With respect to Twig, I needed to learn how to connect on the same "channel" (i.e., intuitive level) before I could receive the information she was sending.  Eventually, life and a nudge from my daughter led me to the Danielle MacKinnon Animal Communication School—where I learned how to effectively use my natural intuitive abilities to connect with animals and their humans through Soul Level Animal Communication®

I absolutely love working with animals in this way. It is especially rewarding to share the animals’ point of view. People reach out to me when their animal is acting strange or exhibiting unusual behavior—looking for answers. As you can see from my testimonial page, animals are just as unique and complex as humans, and I never know why they do what they do until they choose to share it with me. And when they do, what a gift it is for their human! I continue to learn every day by connecting with animals and taking in all the wisdom they’re willing to share .ing to share with us. 

White feral cat hiding under our deck - Winter 2018

With my nephew dog Mookie.

~ Other Stuff about Pamela ~

Interests besides animal communication...
Being with my family, learning new things and new stuff about old things, preparing and eating food, singing close harmony, playing ragtime piano, dancing in my kitchen (well… anywhere, really), reading, watching TV (mostly History, Science, Science Fiction and Animal Channels), Netflix , living in the woods with the wild animals and growing up on a farm, plants and growing things, walking, Cape Cod, stormy weather, psychological aspects of astrology, snowmobiling, driving (anything from lawn mowers and tractors to fast cars), watching people, laughing about things, water color painting, making my own bread, riding my horse and hanging out in my brother and sister-in-law’s barn.

Check out my Photo Story Blog for a story about this photo and other life stories with different animals.

Other Interests and Possibly AmazingTalents
Certified “Touch for Health” (now: Therapeutic Touch) Practitioner

Competitive Synchronized Swimmer

Last but not least (drumroll, please): The very special ability to write upside down and backwards - in script - with both hands at the same time and starting from the same point.

If you are interested in my education and previous work experience, click here: Education, Work Experience Info

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Photo with Mookie taken by Laura Lee Revercomb.

Opening the Gate to Animal Awareness

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