New TV pet therapist claims psychic bond to animals

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Thursday, 4 August 2011


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Can he really talk to the animals??

The Pet Netwerk is starting a new show called, "Dr Horney Pet Therapist". The show centers around Dr Horney who claims he can analyze and treat neurotic, unhappy animals and make them better.

The "call in" show utilizes internet technology so the Dr and the viewers can see different animals from all over the globe telling their problems looking for solutions.

Dr Horney claims he has a psychic bond to animals and can read their thoughts. So far there is no physical proof to confirm his claim and the Netwerk is going on good faith that Dr Horney can really help pets in need.

The barrage of advertisements has been fast and furious creating a buzz nation wide in anticipation of the shows debut.

Professor of Animal Studies, Kyle Sutton of USC volunteered, "there is no evidence anyone can or can't mind meld with animals, studies are currently under way but the scientific data will not be in for months to come".

You can be the judge yourself by going to this preview of the show.

Is Dr Horney pulling the wool over everyone's eyes

Buck E Filbert

From Hollywood and Vine in beautiful downtown Hollywood

Somewhere thinkin:

Animals are such agreeable friends - they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms"

George Eliot

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