A lost pet is a horrible experience for you, but worse for your pet. Your pet is every bit as scared as you are. There are countless reasons for pets going missing, and if they are afraid, disoriented, injured or sick, it can be difficult or even impossible to find the way home. This is where your hard work comes in. You have to do all the right things like searching, putting up posters, notifiying your local shelter(s), and searching some more.
When you search, take a long and sturdy stick or cane. A walking stick that hikers use is perfect. You'll use this to gently poke around underbrush and into thick bushes and even up along tree trunks where you can't see.
You must stay in daily touch with your local shelter(s). A daily personal visit by you or someone who will recognize your pet is even better. Shelter staff aren't always conscientious about checking incoming pets with lost reports.
I am not the best Finder. There are animal communicators out there who specialize in Finding, and their fees vary. I do my very best, however. I use a recent photo of your pet, Google Earth, and information from you. I will try to determine why and how your pet has gone missing. I will advise you on where and how you should look.
I generally don't charge for Finding because it's not my strong suit and because I don't wish to add more stress when you are already distraught. Many people simply can't afford the cost of consulting with a Finder. In my view, a Finding consultation is not the same as a regular reading. A regular reading is a luxury. Finding a lost pet is a necessity. And so I do my very best to help at no charge.
Because I seldom charge for Finding, and because I can spend hours on a Finding consultation, I appreciate a donation so that I can continue doing this for those whose budgets just won't cover standard fees. Donations are personal and it doesn't matter whether you can afford one dollar or a thousand dollars. I don't expect it and do not require it!. But I appreciate it.
To request a Finding consultation:
URGENT - LOST PET.
Attach a recent photo of your pet alone.
(No other animals or humans in the photo
Give the exact address
of where s/he went missing.
I will respond as soon as possible
and we will talk on the phone.
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