A, The Pet Counselor, submitted by Eller. Ooooh, psychic / psychotic animal woman-person claims to be a psychotherapist for housepets. Kay Cox refers to herself as a "Animal Psychologist - Pet Talent Agent" while dodging the many, many animated gifs and MIDI files strewn about her page.
Yes, I am a real Animal Psychologist, I enjoy my profession and learn new things each and every day, but more important, I have listened to, learned from, loved, raised, trained, been friends with, studied and provided information and expertise on almost all types of animals.
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Hey lady, I don't want to rush you with information here, but I grew up with three dogs. I know what they were thinking every day, every hour, every minute, and I can list all their thoughts here:
"When do we eat?"
"Where is the food?"
"Shouldn't there be food here soon?"
"Is this food?"
"Who has the food?"
"There is no food in this other dog's ass, but I shall continue to search nonetheless."
Same goes with cats; I can sum up all cat thoughts as well:
"I absolutely despise every single living entity in the entire world."
There you go, Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka, psychic pet hero. And I don't even have any animated gifs on my page. I think I just bumped Kay Cox out of a job!
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