When you have an
animal that’s living in your house and you don’t talk to them at all,
they feel very lonely. They feel like you don’t love them. So yes, I
talk to them wherever I go.
HOST: Halo gentle viewers and
welcome to Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Many of us who have an
animal companion sometimes have questions about their well-being.
she is old and has been ill for a long time, we might wonder if she is
ready to pass over. We might like to know if she is lonely and would
like a companion or if there is any way we could make her life more
happy and comfortable. How can we find out the answers to these types of
One way is to consult a telepathic animal
communicator. Today, on Part １ of a two-part series we visit with Ms.
Kim Malonie a professional telepathic animal communicator from Ontario,
Striving to help all types of animals with behavioral,
emotional and physical issues, she is known as 『The Animal Whisperer.』
Ms. Malonie has an honors diploma in animal sciences, and has earned
certificates in nutrition, homeopathy, and applied kinesiology.
has appeared on television and radio programs and is a columnist for
the 『Sedona Journal of Emergence,』 a US-based spiritual publication. SupremeMasterTV (m):
Why do you call
yourself an animal whisperer？Kim
Well, it started off years ago, as kind of a joke,
because I don’t have a loud voice. And I would literally get down with
the animals, I would sit with them, I’d get in with them in the barns,
wherever they are and I talk to them.
And because I talk so
quietly, they would nickname me an 『animal whisperer.』 But then, it just
became that a whisperer is gentle with animals, that kind of thing. SupremeMasterTV (m):
You say you were
born like this？ Kim
This is all I’ve ever known actually.
a young child, Kim Malonie was surprised to discover that, unlike
herself, other people were unable to have conversations with animals.Kim Malonie(f):
When I was little, I
used to go around to my friends and I used to just talk to them saying
different things, and they’d say 『Well, what are you talking about？』 I’d
say, 『Well, my dog was telling me this and…What do you mean？ Doesn’t
your dog tell you things？』 『Well no.』 And then my parents,
the １９６０s, they used to say 『Kim, you don’t talk about stuff like this.』
I'd say, 『Why？ Why？』 『Because not everybody’s like this.』 So I
didn’t talk about it. I just kind of subdued it.
HOST: As she
grew older, the fact that society discouraged her from discussing
conversing with animals caused her some discomfort.Kim Malonie(f):
And I was told by some
different people that I was weird, strange, not to talk about it. This
kind of, 『No you don’t do this.』 So I always thought I was kind of
different and strange.
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