Have a Lost Animal or Missing Pet? Here is Help!!
What do youDo First? Where can I post my Lost Pet? Can I find HELP with all of this? Are there Animal Communicators listed here?
My name is Morgine and I have been communicating with animals for almost two decades. One of our most difficult work is dealing with Lost Animals and so I created this site for Everyone whose Animal Friends are Missing!
People who are Missing Pets often feel as if these animal friends are akin to having their children being gone or missing. I can empathize having experienced two beloved cat friends go missing and only one returned. Over thirty years ago, our Sheltie got loose in a new town before we had even found a place to live! We were devastated. Later he escaped our yard until we finished installing our fence! I know how it feels!
So I am creating this site and adding ALL the Resources I can find. If you know of others, then you can email them to me on my Contact Page and I will add them. Please KNOW, I do not promote or recommend ALL that I share here. It would be impossible for me to check every one out!! I use my own resources and time to host this page for the benefit of those I know need help. If you are benefited in some way and would appreciate sending a donation, please feel free to do so via Mail or Paypal on my Contact page. I Thank You in advance!
A few years ago I wrote an article about Lost Animals with my feelings and thoughts about this issue and my own personal recommendations from my years of experience. You can read that article here.
My wish is this site helps to create Many HAPPY ENDINGS!! Like this one recently when a client emailed me:
“When my 2-year-old chihuahua mix jumped the wall of my in-law’s backyard in Tucson, I was in a panic. He was over 1,000 miles from his usual home, and he was loose in an environment full of cacti, coyotes, owls and other dangers. We spent two entire days searching for him, seeing him a few times in the neighborhood, but never being able to coax him back to safety. Finally, in desperation, I sent a message to Morgine and she called me right back. Stop looking for him, relax with your favorite pastime and visualize him home with you, she told me. Because he was rescued from a shelter, I knew he had survived on the streets before, so I just trusted him to find his way home.
As darkness was falling for a second night, we got out some blankets and plopped on the couch for a night of our favorite TV shows. I thought about our little guy snuggling under the covers with us, and around 11pm, we drifted off to sleep. At 3:30am, I awoke to a barking at the back door, and there he was! I sprang off the couch and let him in. We were both so excited to see one another! After following Morgine’s firm advice, I not only reunited with our dog, but now I feel closer to him and that we have a much stronger connection.” Much love, Tim