Read about Pam's accomplishments in the January 2, 2010 Denver Post:
"Pet owners seek psychic link through animal communicators."
liked Pam the minute I spoke with her on the phone. She helped sort
out what my bunny was feeling and needing while he was sick. She
let him know how much I love him which was a great comfort to me."
"I adopted my beautiful Isabella when she was about 13 years old, a victim of horrible abuse and neglect.
Izzy and I already had a close connection, but maybe I was too close to open up without Pam's help. Pam helped me really listen to Izzy. Pam helped me 'live' with Isabella. I spent the next 5 months LIVING with Izzy. I don't know how else to say it. Instead of watching Izzy die from cancer, I learned to LIVE with her. I learned to appreciate each sunrise, the sound of the birds chirping, the feel of soft grass, the sweet scent of rain, the soft touch of her fur, her scent and more. Each morning I woke and said 'it's a beautiful day' and Izzy would wag her little tail no matter how tired she was. Even on her rougher days I'd tell her 'it's a tough job being as beautiful as you Izzy.'"
"Pam opened my eyes to the power of animal communication. I have had cats all my life, and was also the "cat issue problem solver" for a local rescue organization for many years. For years, I offered suggestions to cat owners on a variety of emotional and behavioral issues that they were experiencing with their feline companions. Although I was familiar with animal communication, I never considered it as a true pathway to change."
"My viewpoint drastically changed the afternoon my three cats invited Pam into our home. I was having difficulty with a new cat in our home, and felt I had tried every suggestion, idea, formula, product, etc. I was certain there was not a solution available. Although I did'nt trust the idea, a friend convinced me to give Pam a call."
"Pam spent an hour sitting on the floor in my home. It was as though she belonged there. She was able to understand my cats, and very clearly communicate their thoughts to me. As she spoke, I was more surprised by every sentence. She described the relationships between my three cats, me and my husband (who was not present) as if she had lived with us. Pam's gift to understand and communicate with us all proved invaluable to solving the issues my cats were having."
"Contacting Pam made a difference that I will never fully understand. I do know that my cats are happier, and that is all that truly that matters."
have a Shiba Inu and he loves toys, and gets very excited when we
come home from the store but didn't want the toy we gave him and
kept going to the bags. We asked Pam what we were doing wrong.
Pam said when she asked Ace why he did that he answered he liked
to get the toy out of the bag himself. We now leave the toy in the
bag and Ace goes through the bags until he finds it and he grabs
it and runs around the house playing with it. It is fun now
to bring different things home to our friend."
is amazing. She has given me concrete, clear communication from
my pet that has been extremely useful. Pam's communication has helped
me determine the best possible choices for both of us. In working
with Pam, my relationship with my dog has deepened tremendously.
She has empowered me to trust and build my own communication with
through Pam, the insight I gain from my own animal about me
has been quite enlightening. I have learned that my dog deeply knows
and sees me and that is an amazing feeling. Pam is a shining spirit
who speaks with crystal clarity."
thanks, Pam, for all your help."
you have a special gift...I know for certain you connected with
my beloved Lou-Lou. I truly recommend that anyone who has deep Love
inside their Heart for their animal friend to contact you. You connect
naturally, instantly, Heart to Heart with animals."
have had the pleasure of working with Pam and seeing how important
animal communication is. I originally met her when she helped at
the animal shelter where I volunteer. Obviously, living in a shelter
is a very scary and confusing time for the animals. Pam has had
the heart to talk with them and let them know someone is listening
to them. She has also helped us to save some of their lives. For
example, there was a cat, Shorty, who suddenly stopped eating and
lost weight. Pam talked with the cat and learned that he was depressed
and confused on why he was there. He was shutting down, because
his life felt over to him. Pam told us that if he didnt leave
the shelter soon, he would probably die."
this information, I decided to bring Shorty home. Since Shorty has
lived at my house, he has gained a few pounds and has much more
vitality. Had Pam not told me to move him immediately, he probably
would have died. Thanks to Pam, he is alive and happy now."
have worked with Pam not only with the shelter animals, but also
my own cats. When my cat, Romeo, started to jump Shorty, I called
on Pam to help me. She explained that Romeo was picking up on my
stress and taking it out on Shorty. This was valuable information,
because it helped me to let go of stress for the benefit of my animals.
This helped me too."
also called on Pam to assist with Shorty. Shorty was not using his
litter box, and he told Pam he didnt like the automatic litter
box. Pam told him it would mean a lot to us if he would use the
box. Since then, he has used the box."
I write this, I am on a month-long vacation. I was very concerned
about leaving my cats. Although I got people to stay with them and
take care of them, I was still nervous. However, Pam is checking
in with my cats periodically to make sure they are ok. It is incredibly
valuable to know that she is talking with them and ensuring they
are fine. It has allowed me to feel good on my vacation."
makes me happy? Knowing that my animal 'kids' are happy. Pam Baca's
animal communication skills have enabled me to understand how my
kids are doing and to learn what I can do to make them happier.
When I am happier, they are happier. When they are happier, I am
happier. I think it's kind of a circle thing, and Pam helps that
circle be complete."
empathy, understanding and patience is so very comforting. I am
blessed to have met her, as are my kids, Jessie, Joey and Cookie."
contacted Pam after losing a dog I had been fostering for only a
short time. Elsie is a very shy, skittish dog and became very frightened
when I took her to a local pet store, and unfortunately pulled out
of her collar. She immediately took off running and I tracked her
as best I could, but quickly lost sight of her. I received reports
from local animal control that she had been spotted in a particular
area and began leaving food and water out for her. After a number
of days, the food was not touched, so I decided to contact Pam.
Pam zoned in on a very specific area, near
where I had been leaving food and water, and notified me that Elsie
was in that location and I should be looking for her during the
day. I was a bit skeptical, as the area Pam mentioned was open,
with little cover. I assumed that Elsie would be hiding in a more
covered area and would not be visible during the day. Pam also said
that Elsie would most likely approach me, if I did see her. I was
also skeptical of this, as I had not spent much time bonding to
Elsie and her level of skittishness was very high. After speaking
to Pam, I began leaving food in the area she suggested. On the second
day after speaking with Pam, I went to check Elsie's feeding station
in the late morning. I turned around and Elsie was standing there!
She looked me over for a moment and then ran to me, barking and
tail wagging. She rolled over on her back for belly scratches and
then followed me to the car. Elsie was missing for 12 days and I
am positive I would not have found her without Pam's help."
Every Creature Counts
in my life is more important to me than my animals. They give so
much and expect so little in return. And because they can't really
communicate in a way we can easily understand, it's difficult to
know what to do when they're in pain or need help. I've had several
issues with my dogs in the last year and it was suggested that I contact Pam Baca. During our first session, it was obvious
that Pam was able to tap into each dog's psyche and hear what they
thought. She was able to identify personality characteristics that
I had not previously mentioned, and helped discover solutions to
help deal with our problems."
also worked occasionally with dog rescue groups and have contacted
Pam to help discover issues with very disturbed animals. With her
help, we were able to help these poor disoriented dogs become more
calm and relaxed, as well as find them ideal families where they
would be loved and cared for. During one transition, Pam helped
ease my mind and separation pain by discovering one of the animals
was extremely happy in his new home and very thankful for our help.
Pam is very easy to talk to and will take the time necessary to
understand both the owner's and pet's concerns."
animals deserve our love and attention. Pam has the gift of being
able to understand their needs to help us humans make their lives
comfortable and happy. I highly recommend Pam and her services to
anyone interested in deeper communication with their pets."
the time I needed her the most, I was referred by a close longtime
friend to Pam. My dear Zackitty was about to make his transition,
and I desperately needed to know how I might best serve him during
that process. Complicating matters, I had two other urgent commitments
four hours away, and I did not want to put him through the stress
and discomfort of a long car trip and unfamiliar hotel rooms. Zack
adopted me nearly 18 years prior, and I wanted to make sure he got
everything he wanted and needed."
spoke with Zack, who then appeared to rally, giving me some confidence
that he would be okay if I did what I needed to do up north and
come back in time to be with him. Pam said that although Zack wasn't
sure exactly when he would make his transition, he wanted me to
go on my trip and enjoy myself, and not to worry about him. She
told me what food he wanted, how to make him most comfortable and
how much he loves and appreciates me."
petsitter called just after I got to my second commitment, and told
me Zack was cold. I immediately raced home, consulting with Pam
repeatedly along the way. Zack said he would try to wait for me,
but he wasn't sure if he could. He wanted me to drive safely and
not get in an accident. Somehow, I made it home in record time,
seeing his face in my heart the entire drive."
I opened the front door, he lifted his head up and looked at me."
called Pam numerous times during our last hours together to find
out what he needed, and how I could make him more comfortable. For
some time afterwards, I followed up with Pam to see how he was doing
and how I could best honor him."
made it possible for Zack and me to support each other during this
difficult time. I truly cannot imagine have gone through this without
her. Her kindness, gentle nature and humor carried me through one
of the experiences in my life I had most feared and did not know
how to handle."
could not recommend Pam strongly enough for the animal lover who
wants to know how to best serve their sweet companion at any point
during their time together."
great love, respect and appreciation,
"My husband and I were faced with one of the hardest decisions in our life, if putting down our 13 year old precious English Setter was the right thing to do. We knew he was in pain and not getting better.
As a last resort I called Pam Baca. I never had an experience with a animal communicator before, so I didn't know what to expect.
Pam was our saving grace. Her compassion and patience were a true comfort. The information that "Riley" conveyed with her was spot on.
My husband (a true skeptic) was amazed. There was no possible way for her to know the things she was telling us. SHE was communicating with Riley!
Pam is a genuine animal communicator and an absolutely wonderful woman. I can't express enough what a God send SHE was.
Thank-you God for giving Pam this gift and thank-you Pam for sharing it so willingly."
Sincerely, Cheryl Cloud
"Pam, thank you so much for your help with Bentley pictured on the right (and Angel too). I went straight into the vet (Deer Creek Animal Hospital) after talking with you. They have great respect for you! She said if Bentley wanted the surgery, we'd go ahead and do it even though he seemed awfully weak.
That morning she had planned to send him home to try to get his blood problem under control. After we talked, she said her surgery day was Thursday and this was Tuesday. She went to see if she could fit him in on Wednesday, then came back and said she felt he needed it right away and would do it on her lunch hour. So she started a unit of blood right away and at 2:00 (3 1/2 hours after talking to you) she started surgery.
It went super well. No complications! He had a tumor the size of a baseball on his spleen. And it had adhesions all over it so she said he was right - it was very painful. We're very hopeful that the blood issue was his response to the tumor and it will resolve itself soon once the tumor is out.
He's home today and looks better than he has in awhile. You can see when he walks that his body is freer and moves easier. He's tired but I can tell he's healing. Thank you so much for sharing your gift with us."
Sincerely, Leslie & Charlie
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