Here are our 2009 Pet Horoscopes!
If you are not sure about your pets sign - no problem. Go to "What's Your Cat's Sign?
" and "What's Your Dog's Sign?
If you are interested in moon signs - read How Does the Moon Affect Your Pet: Lunar Phases and Animals
.CAPRICORN (DEC. 22 – JAN. 20)THE SYMBOL:
Do you want the good news or bad news? Well, the bad news is, practice caution. A non-trustworthy fellow pet may make its way into your life for a short span. The good news is, you'll be on your guard and can put an end to anything that is negative this year way before it is over.SEASONS AND YOUR SUN SIGN:Winter:
Warning: during the first few months be wary of new people and new pets. You know the drill. Keep on your paws and be resourceful for your well-being's sake. Tune into you animal sixth sense for signs and follow your emotions (yes, pets have feelings, Cappie).Spring:
You're in the zone this season and due to your uncanny intuition you've picked the right folks and animal friends to flock with come rain or shine. All is well and you can enjoy yourself and your keen attention to negative vibes which are not in your presence because you will not allow it due to your controlling nature.Summer:
What's more, you may be looking at a long-term friendship with a human or pet...Due to the Full Moon and New Moon in mid summer, you may find a deep bond that will last for years to come.Fall:
Cappie, you're best off like Sag, to stay home in the last few months of 2009. Home is safe, whereas, due to the lunar phases in December and holiday chaos, you're really going to find solace in your own backyard. Wait till 2010 to go out and celebrate life.PLANETS AND PETS:
It seems like it has been all work and no play for the last few months of 2008. But the planets are shifting and by May 2009 your people will be over any hurdles that have caused extra stress and havoc on you. So relaxing by the warm fireplace or munching on treats will help keep you in your comfort zone till late spring when it's time to party. And then, the rest of the year will bring you good health, happy companions and lots of love.BIOS: Cal Orey is an internationally known writer who has penned several books. Her two Brittanys, Simon, five, and Seth, two, are part of the praised "seismically sensitive" pet team (Kerouac is a wise and witty ten-year-old black cat) who live with author-intuitive Orey. Her books include The Powers of Olive Oil, The Healing Powers of Vinegar, Revised and Updated (both purchased by One Spirit Book Club and translated in more than 15 languages), 202 Pets' Peeves (all published by Kensington), and The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes. Orey and her creative pet trio reside in Northern California. Check out her websites at www.calorey.com and www.earthquakeepi-center.com