The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick and Guest Sonya Fitzpatric
The Pet Psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick visits Sirius radio in New York and guests on The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick, The Morning Mash Up with Nicole and Freewheelin with Meredith Ochs and Chris T.
Folks like Tori Spelling, Rosie O’Donnell and Ellen DeGeneres have received readings for their animals from pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick. It could be your turn during Fitzpatrick’s debut “Pet Talk” workshop on Saturday, February 23, in Houston.
Sonya Fitzpatrick didn’t speak a word until she was five years old. But she still did a lot of communicating. It just happened to be with the animals on her family farm in the English countryside. Sonya was born with hearing problems – yet she was able to talk to dogs, cats and other animals.
Steve Harvey’s dog says he wants new flooring.
For Monday’s episode of Steve Harvey, the talk show host and his wife Marjorie sat down with pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick and learned that their dog Chocolate doesn’t like the hardwood floors that cover their Chicago home.
Live With Kelly
All week long, “Live With Kelly” has been showcasing the talents of some of the best psychic mediums in the biz. After meeting with Char, Long Island medium Teresa Caputo, and Sylvia Browne, Psychic Week wrapped up today when Kelly and Michael got to chat with pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick.
“Hello, David. Darling, how are you?”
Her voice is an embrace that is warm and womanly. The words, silkily musical in shapes of violet, sparkles of silver in sunlight, are as instantly recognizable as the fragrance of fine French perfume.
The Pet Engineer
I was having a chat with Sonya Fitzpatrick before I interviewed her, when she started to talk about my three babies, my cats. She doesn’t know anything about me, but she described my cats as if she knew them.
Sonya Fitzpatrick, as documented in this week’s cover story, knows what your dog, cat, bird or frog is thinking. If you happen to have a bear or tiger as a pet, the famous animal communicator could let you know what those beasts are feeling, too.
Animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick’s new Sirius Satellite Radio show is called “Animal Intuition.”
It gives Fitzpatrick, formerly on “Animal Planet,” a platform to challenge manufacturers whom she believes create harmful products for pets. The Denver Post reached her on the telephone to find out more.
Dear Dog Lady: My partner and I like to entertain, but our parties seem to drive our little Yorkipoo, Prunella, nuts. Recently, when Jeff had his office colleagues over for cocktails, Prunie vanished. Jeff wanted to show her off and called for her constantly but she didn’t budge from her hiding place.