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Kittyhuggs & Power to the Paw!!!
Dr. Tricia Working
Meet Dr. Tricia
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. Tricia Working is an ordained minister, a certified Spiritual Coach & Counselor, author of The Fur Agreements and America’s expert in Animals, Consciousness and Spirituality.
On the Blog
Heart Note There is much pain within me tonite – remembering my animals & their passings – Sable is with me, my almost constant companion since Ebony died. And now I receive news that Mama is fading – sadness, guilt mixing in. – need for my heart’s companions for...read more
Intersections As we attempt to raise our vibrational frequency, pursue our purpose, and live in Spirit, we so often come up against dualities. We are told to follow our path, release the negative and limiting aspects of our being, be in the space of those who are of...read more
Representing Yourself In my journey with words and language, I have recently stumbled upon another concept – that of Representation. I have been hearing friends use the phrase “I must stand up for myself”, have even used it myself occasionally. I have noticed in...read more