Dr Tricia Working
Animal Medium & Clarisentient & Intuitive
Atlanta native, speaker, and writer, Dr. Tricia Working brings a cadre of experience and expertise to her work both spiritually & within mainstream America.
She has over ten years of experience with the Georgia legislature, seven years experience in shelter management, and fifteen years in education. She founded Paws for Thought Animal Foundation in 1993 and currently serves President of the Southern Regional Business Council, as well as serving as an Author/Mentor with the Womens’ Life Link.
Dr. Working is truly a ‘cat’ of a different color – she has been trained in many modalities over the years including Reiki. She is a clairsentient empath possessing a natural healing ability with the knowledge of many ages to impart.
For those connected to the animal kingdom, Dr. Working provides both communication & healing for beloved pets both here & on the other side & specializes in assisting those with their transitions. Archangels & revered ones work with her as she supports families in understanding the needs of their pets during the final times and finding peace in goodbye.
Dr. Working is an ordained minister, a certified Spiritual Coach & Counselor, author of The Fur Agreements and America’s expert in animals, consciousness and spirituality.
Paws for Thought Animal Foundation
If you are animal-hearted, if you have a passion to help, to heal or to understand better your own beloved pet or the animal kingdom, this is the place for you.
Whatever your issue, interest or inspiration – we offer venues for you to interact and get involved. If you are hands-on, if you like to work from afar, if you would love to be part of a larger movement to awaken consciousness and benefit all animals of our world, if you simply wish to support work and hope and love on behalf of the animals, then you are in the right place.
The following nuggets are offered to give you a taste of Paws!
We are in the process of creating a national community/lifetime care sanctuary model, beginning here in the South but with expansion opportunities.
A national program to assist our military, their families and pets, and those animal compatriots who help keep them safe.
Unipaws animal ministry that you can participate in or seek solace with.
Programs where you can learn to better understand and communicate with your animals, explore the spiritual side of our relationships with the animals, and much much more!
Please take a turn through the site, inspect it, see what speaks to you and consider becoming a member of our community. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you – we are here if you have questions and concerns.
On behalf of all our precious animals, blessings and thanks for coming!
Dr. Tricia Working, Founder & CVO
A unifying theme of Paws for Thought is the concept that humanity has an inherent responsibility to the animal kingdom – to provide care, compassion, humane treatment, love and respect to our animal companions.
As society treats its animals, so goes that society – through your involvement with Paws for thought, we are raising the level of expectation for our society and its relationship to our animals. The importance of the human-animal bond is recognized throughout the world with pets now taking a long-delayed place in society as genuine family members, with recognized rights and responsibilities therein.
One does not have to be an animal lover to recognize the role and value that animals play in our lives. We must, however, acknowledge at the very least the need for better treatment and conditions for the world’s animals.
We must be willing to respect ourselves and our home here more completely and take into account those who exist in relationship to us, whether they be family pets or nature’s creatures.
To build a cooperative resource within the community
To build a cooperative resource within the community through the efforts of community leaders, local businesses and civic organizations and our citizens relating to the issues of animal control and management
Responsible pet ownership
Community education and outreach
The development of a community-based animal sanctuary
To build a consortium for communication and policy development between business, government, civic, citizen and animal welfare/rescue organizations