Cindy Smith

Animal Communicator


In the News


Kristin at Sacred Folk

 interviewed Cindy – read and comment on the full article here


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Archived Newsletters
October 2014 – Meecy Mouse….. Breaking Animal Stereotypes
May 2014 – The Dogs of Belize
October 2013 – Preventing Your Cat from Killing Birds Fall and Holiday Reminder
November 2012 – Holidays and Your Pets
May 2012 – Pet Summer Safety
March 2012 – Introducing A New Cat to Your Household and Do it Yourself Animal Communication
December 2011 – Common Topics of Conversations with Animals
June 2011 – Summer Reading Selections
March 2011 – What Makes Animal Communication Work? and Overuse of Crates
November 2010 – Bak-gu, Soukie, Milo, Don Camillo, Nikki
June 2010 – Ceasar Milan’s Discipline vs. Direction, Summer Reminders, Dogs and Hardwood Floors
February 2010 – Dogs and Itching, Tips from Cats
November 2009 – Our Animals at Work, Oxytocin
May 2009 – Summer Safety and Animal Communication Tips
June 2008 – Preparing your Animals for a Visit to the Vet, Rabies Alert, and More Summer Tips
February 2008 – How our Pets Get Our Attention, Past Life Partners, Negotiating, and Conversations About Medical Treatments
December 2007 – Holidays and Your Pets; Traveling and Parties
August 2007 – Summer Safety and Types of Consultations
April 2007 – Gentle Weaning, Lost Animals
November 2006 – Holidays and Your Pets, Success Stories
September 2006 – Bringing a New Animal Into your Home, Animal Communication Tips
February 2006 – Movely Safely with Your Pets, Lost Animal Referrals
November 2005 – Holidays and Your Pets; Traveling and Parties

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Please Remember!

Animal communication is never a substitute for regular vet care.

Get Your Audio Book


My audio book is now available. It's called "Talk to Your Animals in a Language They Understand". This is the most basic and simple part of  animal communication, and if practiced, can resolve lots of problems before they even occur.

My Experience with Cindy

Kristie B and Tristan


The first time I was on the phone with Cindy on the east coast, she knew that Tristan, whom I was standing next to in his stall here in California, had just silently touched a new toy in his stall and "wanted me to know he was grateful and loved it." My hair stood on end and I was an instant believer.

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Contact Info

Cindy Smith, Animal Communicator
(828) 686-4564
2 Eagle Crest Dr, Black Mountain, NC 28711

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