Lost Pets and People
Most animal communicators do not work with lost pets. I am one of them, and I will explain why, and what I will do (for free!)
Mediumship is a different skill set from Remote Viewing. Remote Viewing is the ability to rise above, and page through time and places, and locate objects and people in time and space. This skill set can be learned and must be practiced to gain proficiency. My Great-Grandmother was a Remote Viewer, and gained notoriety across Europe during WWI and WWII accurately predicting the location, physical state, and dates of return of missing family members who were at war.
These days, there are teams of Remote Viewers who work together to help resolve missing persons cases and cold cases, sometimes successfully locating a living or deceased person. This is very intense work, energetically and emotionally, and it is best left to those who train for it and have an excellent support team. Such work is very taxing for the remote viewing team, but it also carries an increased risk of doing harm to the client.
As I stated on my Policies & Legal page, there is no psychic in existence who is 100% accurate. (Please refer to my Testimonials page for evidence of the quality of my work.) If an error is made on a missing pet or person case, the potential to emotional, financial and even physical harm is real.
I want to refer to a famous example of the harm which can be done:
In 2004, Sylvia Browne, a famous psychic and regular on the Montel Williams Show, was consulted by Louwana Miller about her missing daughter, Amanda Berry. Sylvia told Louwana that her daughter, Amanda, was deceased.
Amanda was, in fact, *watching the show at that very moment.*
Louwana passed away herself before Amanda Berry escaped her kidnapper, and it is a continuous source of pain to Amanda Berry that her mother died, believing that Amanda had passed.
This is a worst case scenario of the potential harm that can be done when psychics are involved in missing persons cases.
As an animal communicator, the information which can come through in a missing pet case can be quite confusing. If the pet has become trapped somewhere, and lost, it does the owner no emotional good to hear their pet may be lost and trapped. The human can only continue to look for their pet as earnestly as they would have done before the news. In most cases, humans are already doing everything they can to locate their lost, beloved pet.
Lost pet cases are also usually urgent in nature, and most animal communicators can not accommodate these last-minute and highly emotional requests.
What I can do, is to send a “broadcast” to the missing pet. It helps me to have a photo of the pet, and a photo of the outside of their home. I send a broadcast to the pet, connecting them with their home, and urging them to make every effort to get back home.
This is a one-way broadcast, which I can do – and which YOU, the loving human companion can do as well. You picture the house through the eyes of the pet, and you imagine travelling down the road, towards the house, and running up to the door, feeling happy and relieved.
As the human, the more you picture this, the more often your pet will get this message.
If you are missing a pet, please take heart. Most pets do return home. In 2016 near my home, a tourist's dog, who was a poodle cross, became lost in the back woods near Ucluelet. The back country has wolves, and cougars, and it was winter. Many folks found it difficult to hold out hope for a 40lb poodle cross who was generations away from her wild ancestors and had never been alone in her life.
After weeks, the owners were forced to return home and they began to give up hope... and were overjoyed when their dog was spotted on the back logging roads *three months* after she went missing! Local rescues teamed together with the owners to comb the back roads and found the missing dog, whose curly coat was in need of grooming, who was skinny and stressed, but overjoyed to see her humans again. Don't give up on your lost pet too quickly. The majority of people who contact me about missing pets will usually update their pet has returned home. The odds are with you, and your pet.
What you should do:
For missing people, obviously you should contact the police. If you have a missing pet, and you live in a small community, the police and taxi services may be willing to help you. When my own dog went missing, I was told to advise the police, as they tend to radio-in when they see dogs roaming alone. I did indeed receive a call (it wasn't my dog, but another family's.) If you live in a small town, you can try calling the police station during business hours and make a polite request. (Do not call 911 for missing pets.)
Please post many photos of your pet / person around your neighbourhood, including local grocery stores and liquor stores. You can leave fliers on the doorstep of every house in the neighbourhood - even with missing people, your neighbours should know that one of their own community is missing. Neighbours are often more proactive in sharing missing person information with others.
For pets, if possible, hang some dirty laundry outside of your house - your scent will travel for miles and dogs and cats can follow it home. Contact local animal rescues, shelters, veterinarians, and check back with them every couple of days to remind them you’re still looking. Staff tend to rotate and don’t always have perfect communication with other staff. The best way to get a rescue or shelter on your side, is to show up in person, made a modest donation, and leave a few posters of your missing pet.
Remember to use facebook as well – post a photo and ask people in your community to share it!
If you would like me to help you to send a “broadcast” to your pet, please email a photo of your pet, a photo of the outside of your house, and a brief explaination of how they became lost to firstname.lastname@example.org I will send out the broadcast, and my prayers, for free.