When Mrs. Glenys Jones and her husband, Howard, had adopted a three-legged ginger Persian some 10 years ago, the cat became so attached to them that it practically was already considered a member of the family. And when Toby, the cat, went missing from the couple’s Tripoli Court home, they became so desperate to find him. And when all efforts proved fruitless, they finally decided to seek the help of a psychic, particularly a clairvoyant.
Mrs. Jones said that her cat was actually very domesticated and loved to stay indoors. One morning, she let the cat out for the day while she went off for work. Toby would just normally stay in the garden or in the car port and await her coming home. She grew alarmed when the cat did not even come in for tea.
Mrs. Jones says that they both love animals which has become their cause. In fact, when they go to supermarkets, they also buy food in tin cans for animals and place them in a box. And when the box is full, they bring it over to the Pearcedale and Cranbourne animal shelters. They even tried to look for Toby there but their efforts were in vain. Even the fliers they had placed everywhere in the Hallam area did not yield any response.
This was their signal to already see a psychic for the matter. The psychic has told her that Toby had been taken from them about a half hour away. Additionally, the cat had been taken away using a white car and that a grass seed is in his eye.
Mrs. Jones feels very sad thinking that there is someone who can actually do that to them and Toby.
“There were so many pets down there and it was so upsetting going through all of the cages.”
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