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Having to see a pet cross over the rainbow bridge is one of the hardest things that animal lovers go through in life. Recently, TikTok user @nikkivasconez, a pet psychic, shared what she calls ‘proof’ that deceased animals can still see their humans.


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Nikki Vasconez is a pet psychic who communicates with different animals. However, she wasn’t always a pet psychic. She began to research how to speak to animals back in September 2020 when she was working as a full-time property lawyer.

“I started out practicing on family and friends’ pets and some strangers’ animals for free,” the 33-year-old told South West News Service. “But as soon as I created social media accounts, I began to gain a steady following, and it wasn’t long before requests started pouring in.”

Vasconez was miserable in her job as a lawyer.

“I was working huge hours and was just unhappy but was too scared to change,” she said. “Until this came along.”

Vasconez quickly gathered a following on TikTok and gained 175,000 followers in months. By January 2022, she had to stop taking bookings because she was so inundated.

“The business just took off. I couldn’t believe it — I had to set up a waitlist which had a total of 4,000 people on it requesting me to speak with their animals,” she said.

Now, one of Vasconez’s TikToks is the story of how she realized that pets can still see their humans even after they pass. The story brought users to tears and sparked a lot of emotion in some of her followers.

“I believe this 💯!! We lost our beloved cat Bubba. The next morning my husband and I both felt him walking on the bed by our feet numerous times.” one user commented.

“I still feel, hear, and see my kitty. I miss him so much.” another said.

Vasconez now runs Nikki Vasconez Animal Communication and charges $350 for a one-hour session, and only does two readings per day to make sure that the readings are the best quality.

“Like this story, it makes us all feel better knowing our passed animals are still with us.” a user added.

Many people have worked with Vasconez and have given testimonials of her work.

Although she focuses mostly on cats and dogs, she has spoken to animals, including geckos, bearded dragons, horses, cows, pigs, birds, and donkeys. To follow her animal psychic journey, follow her on Instagram and TikTok.

Losing a pet is never easy. Eventually, the negative emotions you are experiencing will fade only to be replaced by positive feelings. You will think about the happy times you shared with your pet and how they made your life so much better because they were in it. From time to time, you will experience heartache, especially when something reminds you of the pet you have lost. It’s natural, that’s a part of what love is.

Check out these 7 Ways to Say Goodbye and Honor the Memory of Your Departed Pet! and How to Cope With the Loss of a Pet!

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