Pet-finding psychics are becoming a thing

CA pet psychic says missing GA dog in SC – FOX Carolina 21.

A Georgia family has contacted a pet psychic to help them find their beloved dog who has been missing for weeks – and the psychic says the dog is 300 miles away in South Carolina.

The Albany family has been searching for their toy poodle, Angel, for nine weeks and are now directing their search towards Greenville after the psychic says the dog told him she’s here.

Thom Williams calls himself a pet communicator and says he psychic telepathically communicated with Angel, saying she’s fine but wants to go home.

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This is sort of a new thing, psychics finding pets. It’s becoming very popular. However, it does not seem to be working. If there is any solid case of a psychic saying something SO PRECISE that you can go to a house or even a neighborhood and find the missing dog, I’d love to know. This is a testable claim. Don’t make your claim unless you can submit to critique. Otherwise, this is nonsense, just like psychics helping solve crimes.

Try the more reliable means first, advertise and check the local shelters. Also, get your pet microchipped for identification.

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  2 comments for “Pet-finding psychics are becoming a thing

  1. Alice
    May 27, 2012 at 4:53 PM

    One of my cousins went to a pet psychic two years ago when her dog ran away. The “psychic” only said, “Your dog will be found.” The woman didn’t even know that Mikey (the dog) was a pug! She said Mikey was a basset hound, and gave no direct information as to where the dog was. And yeah, we found him… At the animal shelter, where I told my cousin we should check first. She was happy to have her baby home, but in the end it cost her $300 for the psychic and $28 to get the dog back from the pound.

    • May 27, 2012 at 8:12 PM

      Thank you for sharing this! What a scam. So sad that they take advantage of people desperate to find their lost friends.

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