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Psychic medium called into find missing cat

PUBLISHED: 15:00 27 June 2011 | UPDATED: 23:52 29 June 2011

The Green family from Sprowston have enlisted the help of psychic medium Dominic Zenden to help find their cat, Mini Max, who has gone missing from the Chenery Drive area. Pictured left to right, Daniel Green, Hannah Snelling (Daniel's girlfriend), Linda Green and Rachael Green.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

The Green family from Sprowston have enlisted the help of psychic medium Dominic Zenden to help find their cat, Mini Max, who has gone missing from the Chenery Drive area. Pictured left to right, Daniel Green, Hannah Snelling (Daniel's girlfriend), Linda Green and Rachael Green. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

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An animal-loving family from Sprowston are so desperate to find their cat that they have enlisted the help of a psychic medium to try and contact the missing moggie.

Mini Max is a much loved member of the Green family who live at Chenery Drive in Sprowston with other rescue cats Callie, Kiescha and Sweepie, but the distinctive tabby and white cat has not been seen for more than a week.

Fears for the welfare of the nine-year-old cat are growing given that he is currently on special food and medication for urinary problems which he has now not had since the June 16 - the day he went missing.

So frantic have the family become in their efforts to trace Mini Max that they have called upon the expertise of psychic Dominic Zenden to try and help find him.

Linda Green, 53, whose son Daniel, 23, owns Mini Max, said: “We started putting posters up last Friday night all and have put more than 400 up round the estate.

“We have put leaflets through every door on the St Margarets estate and new builds opposite Chenery Drive, but heard nothing.

“I contacted Dominic Zenden a local Psychic medium who came to visit us on Monday. He used psychometry to link into Max’s energy from his blanket and belongings and feels that he is still with us and in the surrounding area. He has also visited us again on Wednesday and still feels he is close.”

Mr Zenden, who has been a spiritualist medium for more than 25 years and has been called in to try and trace missing pets in the past.

In addition to Mr Zenden’s help, Mrs Green, a mother-of-two whose daughter Rachael, 25, is a veterinary nurse, said they are also calling on people living in the area to keep their eyes peeled for the beloved pet.

She said: “We are begging everybody to check their gardens, garages, sheds and vans/cars to see if he is about and contact us with any information possible.

“He may have strayed further afield than just Chenery Drive and St Margarets Drive, so we are asking everybody in the local area to look out for him.

“We have also added him on to facebook - Mini Max Green - and ask everybody to add him as the more people looking out for him the better. If you know anybody feeding a stray tabby and white cat please let us know.”
Mini Max is microchipped and was wearing a collar when last seen which is green with blue tags.

He has four white paws, a white bib, white belly and a white tip on his tail. He also has a fractured upper canine tooth.

Anyone with information about Mini Max should call 01603 429754 or 07912 609057.

Have you gone to extraordinary lengths to find a missing pet? Call reporter Peter Walsh on 01603 772436 or email peter.walsh@archant.co.uk

11 comments

  • Ffs, here we go again, Archant trying to see how ridiculous they can make a story and still not get laughed out of town.Pumas,alligators and now a psychic cat detective. Wherever will it end? Herds of zombie wildebeest impeding shoppers in Chapelfield?

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    robotsthatcare

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • Cats are the chavs of the animal kingdom. They'll go with anyone whose dumb enough to take them in, feed them or pay them any attention, they have no loyalty. I should imagine it's round one of their neighbours houses as we speak watching Medium with it's besotted new owners.

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    frank young

    Wednesday, June 29, 2011

  • Debagio....given past performance, its a small miracle that the headline doesn't read...."called intoo" or "called in two"....!!! Honestly though, a reasonably intelligent 8 year old would have spotted that howler....

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    Ziggy

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • I like cats as much as the next person but the fact is, this particular feline is either alive, or it isn't. Getting conned by a load of psychic hocus-pocus will not change that. Their best hope is to ask neighbours to check their sheds and garages, and to bang the good old tin opener on a can of its favourite food. You don't need to be a clairvoyant to work that one out.

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    PC Plod

    Monday, June 27, 2011

  • The poor old thing has probably gone off somewhere quiet to rest up and die -which is what sick cats do and which is what a country person might have expected to happen. Either that or it is a road casualty. We can't blame the owners for wanting to find it for the sake of the welfare of the animal, but we can be critical of a society which seems increasingly gullible where "alternative" solutions fly in the face of reason and science. Whether it is mysticism or the increased number of people lured into charismatic churches or the out and out prophets of then end of the world, we should wonder whether we are all losing our grip on common sense. Or, as old Norfolk boys might have said, we are all going sorft in the head.

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    Daisy Roots

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • I am sure rattling a dish of go Kat will work better

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    banned user

    Monday, June 27, 2011

  • It could be stuck up a tree - in which case the good old Fire Service will come and rescue it, and provide another inane story for the EEN.

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    cathater

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • Sorry, I didn't mean to use the term "hocus-pocus" as it could easily offend someone. I meant to say "mumbo-jumbo".

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    PC Plod

    Monday, June 27, 2011

  • robotsthatcare 'Ffs, here we go again, Archant trying to see how ridiculous they can make a story and still not get laughed out of town'. Not to mention the appalling grammatical error in the title of the story..

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    Debagio

    Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • what a way to smash someones hopes that their cat is still alive. You really have no heart pc plod

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    Cat Lover

    Monday, June 27, 2011

  • Sorry but I just have to quote a little extract from the above report - "He used psychometry to link into Max’s energy from his blanket and belongings and feels that he is still with us and in the surrounding area." I have never heard such out-and-out drivel in my whole life. I'm sorry for this family but if they want to employ a charlatan I'm quite willing to stand outside their house and shake a box of cat food. That usually does the trick when we can't find the Plod family moggy.

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    PC Plod

    Monday, June 27, 2011

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