Lost dog: psychic animal tracker helps bereft family

2011-09-06 00:00

DESPERATE to find their dear wire-haired, long-legged Jack Russell, Hansa; the Kelman family have sought the help of animal communicators to telepathically find the missing pooch.

Hansa, who has been part of the family for seven years, went missing last Wednesday. Owner Mark Kelman printed fliers and posters of Hansa, went knocking on doors in the Wembley and Worlds View areas and through teary eyes even resorted to stopping random passing cars.

“People must have thought I was trying to hijack them,” Kelman said.

A driver stopped and told Kelman about animal communicators they hired to locate their cat. It was found, but sadly it was already dead in their garden.

“We thought everyone would say it’s cuckoo,” his wife Cheryl said, and admitted to initially being sceptical of the process, but has more faith after one of the animal communicators reported Hansa is alive, but still has pain in his paw. Cheryl had recently taken Hansa to the vet to remove a snagged nail.

Animal healer and tracker Hayley Rautenbach, who is searching for Hansa, said when tracking animals she needs a photograph and information such as the pet’s name, date of birth and the owners’ names to distinguish them from other animals.

She will then psychically communicate with the animal. “I connect through my heart.” Animals are filled with love so she sends “green light” from her heart to the animal’s asking permission to communicate with them.

She will then occupy the animal’s body and check it is safe. “Dogs communicate through pictures, almost like a movie.” She looks through its eyes to see what the dog is presently seeing or looks at past thoughts it could currently be thinking about. “It’s quite a strange process,” she said.

She asks the animal a series of questions and will try to find information related to its surroundings.

“Humans always want animals to come home”, but it might not want to for various reasons. Humans can also inhibit communication with anxiety and desperation to recover their pet.

Rautenbach who was “born pretty psychic” received training at the Animal Healing Centre in Johannesburg.

She said she has about a 60% success rate depending on whether the animal wants to come home or not.

Hansa is currently anxious but not harmed. He is behind a fence in a spot-lit garden with pink and purple flowers. He is in a face brick house with another dog and a sickly black cat, Cheryl said, based on the information from the animal communicators.

“It’s up to the person to believe it or not,” Kelman said, but is adamant he will find Hansa. “I’ll get my boy back.”

The Kelmans have offered a R1 000 reward for Hansa’s safe return. Contact Mark on 084 208 6699.

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