"Look Who's Talking" is Linda Clayton's astonishing book that relays some amazing telephathic connections Linda has made with animals and their humans. You will be entertained and enlightened when you discover first-hand what it's like to communicate with the animals.
Below are a few of the animals that Linda has done readings for:
Meet Nickers! Nicker's is a delightful horse. She likes her outfits and she showed me that even before the reading began. She feels like it sets her apart. Her owner said she is known in the barn for smelling good and she KNOWS THAT ! She knows what she looks like and what she smells like. The owner only found out that someone was giving her fruit wraps thru this reading.
Meet Bandit! Bandit is a love bug. He rolls up in your arms. He has an unusual and funny bark. This is a mystical dog. Bandit can see orbs. Dogs bark at these things that people don’t even see. I never encountered an animal who is hooked into that part of the universal spectrum before. Very few people can see orbs but Bandit is very attuned to them.
Meet Brownie the Dog and Trout the Cat! Trout was vomiting a lot. Trout showed Linda that her stomach was sick by holding her stomach. She told Linda that she feels dizzy a lot and what's bothering her doesn't have anything to do with her teeth. Trout was able to explain the upset stomach was due to something located behind her skull.
Meet Kachina! Her human caretaker, Jenn S, is a superb dog trainer, in Haydonville, MA. She wanted to make sure that Kachina was comfortable at this stage in her life. Linda finds that Kachina is getting ready to cross over and wants you to know that she loves you. She is thanking you. Animals are NOT afraid of death. They truly understand their connection to all that is and their purpose as larger spiritual beings.
Meet Timmy the Horse! Linda asked Timmy what he likes to do. He showed her a hammock that he likes to watch. He tells Linda, "They think I can’t hear them but I can." Linda adds that many animals are acutely aware of other animals nearby, as in this case Timmy is aware of a small dog. He wants us to understand his heightened sensitivities to all that surrounds him.