Baca has been involved in animal communication since 1998. Her foray
into this interesting field began on a personal note.
had a problem with one of her cats that no one could diagnose. Her
cat, Jack, had lost all his fur from his flanks and was constantly
licking himself, to the point that he was producing scabs and open
desperation, Pam began reading everything she could find out about
cats and how to treat, diagnose, and heal them. One such book was
about communicating with cats. She tracked down the author, who
was an animal communicator, and called her. They set up an appointment
and the communicator told Pam, through Jack, that he felt something
lodged under the skin at the base of his tail.
immediately took Jack to her local vet and told the vet what she
had learned. He palpated the area at the base of the tail and confirmed
there was indeed something there. The vet ultimately removed a small
BB and Jack healed quickly.
event caused Pam to find a local animal communicator who taught
animal communication classes. Pam took every basic and advanced
class offered. She was then offered (and accepted) an intensive,
year-long apprenticeship, which taught her how to listen to animals
and be a voice for them.
Pam's words: "It is the most natural thing in the world for
me to be with animals. It is where I am most at home."
brings a warm and enthusiastic approach to understanding the perspective
of all animals. Through her work, she helps strengthen the bond
between animals and people. Pam's professional services emanate
the following quote from Helen Keller..."The best and most
beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched...but
are felt in the heart."
lives with her husband Jeff in the foothills of Colorado's dramatic
Front Range. They share their home with two cats, Annie and Matthew, and a dog, Sophie. Their two horses, Barnabus (Barney) and J.D., adorn the
rolling hills and meander through the pine trees that pepper their
offers her consultative services at a discount rate to Healthy Pet
in Conifer, Hero's Pets in Littleton, and the Canine Rehabilitation and Conditioning Group
(CRCG) each month, and also volunteers her time to various rescue organizations. Offering her talents professionally
and helping others learn life-enriching methods to work with and
understand animals is her greatest contribution of all.
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