Oliver was lost a few days when a family friend contacted me asking for help. He was found 2/26/20. Read about Ollie from the blog link below, or in the video section.
Sylvie was a young puppy who ran away when she heard power tools for the first time. A friend of the family called me for help. I could see a shed, and she was stuck. The friend headed toward the shed on the property, and sure enough- there was Sylvie, stuck and terrified. We love happy endings!
Rylee had been missing 24-hours when her owners contacted me for help. I saw the letter "V" and her surrounded by a forrest and a ravine, with her paws cut up. Her owners ran to the nearest ravine, on "Vine street" where Riley sat, with her paws cut up. She was found within 15 minutes of being told where she was.
Kona slipped out while her owner was away. Her owner immediately called me and we worked together for a solid 24-hours as Kona tried to get home. Kona was scared people, and running away from people searching for her. 15 minutes after convincing Kona to go to the next person she saw, Kona walked up to a good samaritan and jumped into his car.
Andy was lost at a local state park where Nancy happened to be doing an in-person reading. We told Andy to "come back to the water" and within 10 minutes, he was back, making a beeline right for Nancy.
Jordan slipped out of his house and his owners were worried because they had just moved. When Nancy connected with Jordan he said he wanted more, "plants to eat." To which the owner laughed because Jordan eats salad. The next morning, Jordan showed up, and was given kale as a treat, to which he quickly devoured.
Evie was missing for 14 days in the woods. She tried to come home but went to the wrong house. She was found in the neighbors garage
Oliver was missing in Chicago for 9 days. He was trying to outsmart his parents by putting his paws through the trap and stealing the food placed for him. Nancy heard to put cardboard in the back and in the sides to block him. The next morning, he was found.
Oliver was stolen right out of his front yard in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Nancy heard the name of the town he was in, and Ollie's owner surrounded the town with flyers and talking to people. The next day, Ollie was sighted in the town. Three hours later he "appeared" at his doorstep.
Lou was a feral cat that had been getting used to being in a home when he slipped out. He told his owner that he, "didn't like his name" and wanted more, "dirt, plants, and quiet." His owner agreed, and Mr. Cat came back.