Pet psychic called in to find missing Hatfield cat

09:58 07 November 2012

Maguire

Maguire

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How far would you go to find a lost pet?

A distraught mum reckons she has gone further than most – spending hundreds of pounds hiring a pet psychic.

Devastated owners Anna Simmons and her son Nicholas, 31, from Hatfield, have hired the psychic to find lost cat Maguire, who has been missing since September 22.

Mrs Simmons told the WHT: “I am not mad, but I feel mad.”

Maguire went missing after moving to Hatfield from north London when Nicholas moved to Bull Stag Green and it is thought the confused creature may be trying to return to his previous home.

After putting up more than a thousand ‘missing cat’ posters around Hatfield Mrs Simmons has now hired a pet communicator to help trace the missing moggy.

“I don’t usually believe this sort of thing but at the moment I’ll believe everything to try and get Maguire back,” said Mrs Simmons, who currently lives in north London and travels to Hatfield daily to continue the search.

Mrs Simmons found the medium online and got in contact with the psychic – who charges £60 an hour.

“She asked me to send a picture of Maguire with his eyes showing so that she should connect with him – which I did.

“She then emailed me saying that she could see that Maguire had gone under a pair of double gates with metal bars going up in an industrial area– and my son lives behind the station near an industrial estate.”

After this search proved fruitless the psychic said that she had seen Maguire going into an area with lots of allotments.

At the moment the partnership is not proving very successful.

Mrs Simmons said: “She said that she has currently lost contact with Maguire but that we have to keep positive and picture his face and bring him towards us.”

Maguire is a seven-year-old, short-haired ginger cat. If you have any information call Petsearch uk: 0800 4320 340 quote ref;132562 or just say Maguire.

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