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Animal Communicator Talks Chief’s Reason For Running

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Mahwah, New Jersey (My9NJ) - Chief the horse was missing for nine days before being found sunning in a field yesterday afternoon along a pipeline that runs through Mahwah, New Jersey.

Chief’s owner, Mackenzie Vulgaris is ecstatic that her beloved horse has been found and is back home safe with her.

Teresa is an animal communicator and psychic medium that spent time looking for Chief during the time that he was missing.

“When I talk to animals I always ask for permission. I worked on helping try to find Chief and we were out scouting around all day Sunday and he’s now back home and he has a lot to talk about,” she said.

Teresa said that Chief told her why he ran away and what kept him from his home for so long.

“His legs got caught in the mud and he got really spooked because he doesn’t like his legs cobbled, which means held down, and by the time he got his footing, the other people who were with him kind of also spooked him because they chased him and he needed to get his composure and when horses are chased, they’ll continue to run until they feel safe, so that’s why he ran. He loves going through the stream. He’s got a very very adventurous soul. He’s had quite a few owners,” she explained.

Teresa says that she is able to speak to animals by putting together the images that they present to her. She said that some animals, especially horses are also very boisterous.

“Horses, especially domestic ones who have an owner who loves them just like Mackenzie does, learn vocabulary from us. They learn words, they understand vibration and they understand energy. So he understands certain words. He understands he’s a good boy, he understands carrot, he understands apple,” Teresa explained.

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