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Tunbridge Wells psychic says she can communicate with animals – and has bad news for Staffies

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A Kent psychic has claimed she can communicate with animals – and she has bad news for Staffies.

Samantha Milns, from Tunbridge, Wells, uses telepathy to communicate with goldfish, dogs, and horses, amongst other animals.

And in a year that’s seen 3.2 million UK households add a pet to their family – many of them dogs – she’s predicting a bumpy few months ahead.

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“I’m seeing a real mixed bag over the next year for pet owners,” she said.

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“I think it’s going to be a great year for Jack Russells, as they are going to feel very confident and happy in 2022.

“But Staffordshire Bull Terriers are going to struggle and pooches, generally, will need a lot of reassurance in the coming year.”

Samantha Milns, from Tunbridge, Wells, uses telepathy to communicate with goldfish, dogs, and horses, amongst other animals.

Samantha turned to animal communication during an alternative health retreat in 2008.

“It was surreal. A voice just spoke to me and that’s when I was told during the vision quest, or retreat, that I was meant to be an animal communicator,” she remembers.

Now she uses her psychic skills to locate lost dogs and even help treat depressed animals.

“I sense a lot of unrest in September,” Samantha said. “I especially see a lot of Labradors really struggling, because of their owners being back in the office.

Samantha turned to animal communication during an alternative health retreat in 2008.

"With more home working ending, it’s going to be turbulent and will be a huge adjustment for our dogs. But I do see this calming by December for all animals.”

October, she also predicts, will be more settled. “I think some animals are going to start to adjust as things go back to normal and everything is going to feel very calm.”

And Christmas, for dogs in particular, is looking promising. “November and December are going to be peaceful and, over the Christmas period, you’re going to notice your dogs being a lot brighter and happier – especially spaniels,” said Samantha.

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"December is really going to be their month.”

However, the January blues are likely to kick in come the beginning of 2022. “I see heartache in January,” said Samantha. “I see Staffies being given away.

“But the heartache feels temporary – as if they will find happiness again. I think by March 2022 they will find new homes filled with love.”

She also says to look out for a big, heartwarming story next summer about a heroic Newfoundland. “He’s going to rescue someone,” she said.

“I see this dog in the news sometime in the summer. It’s going to make the papers. I don’t know what or who he is going to rescue, but I know it’ll end in happiness. He’s definitely going to have saved the day, I feel very confident about that.”

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