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March 05, 2013


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Trying to communicate with someone who does not speak your native tongue is always difficult. Especially more so if you are a healer (pet or the human variety) and needing to help someone. I imagine that your experience was stressful at first, but glad you were able to resolve it and take care of the puppy.


Exactly! It hard to communication if both sides have different languages and in a pet like Tarsier, if and only if you know animal languages that would make you weird.

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