Welcome to my found pet blog.

You will find heart warming case histories and client testimonials of how Pet Psychic and Animal Communicator Hilary Renaissance helped find lost cats, dogs, birds, a turtle, a squirrel and, even, a pet skunk. The reviews come from Hilary's clients throughout the United States and international locations. (Interestingly, you might notice that early on in her career, Pet Psychic Hilary was working mostly with women as clients, but as the popularity of pet psychics increased, you will notice that more and more men are contacting Hilary for help with their pets!) I hope you enjoy reading each case history.


Regina contacted a pet psychic because the cat Sheeva had escaped from her harness in one of the worst possible places, a gas station parking lot next to a busy freeway! Regina had just recently adopted Sheeva from a cat rescue organization and was transporting Sheeva by car to her home more than a two hour drive away. When Regina stopped at a gas station and opened her car door, somehow Sheeva was so scared that she slipped her harness and escaped within seconds of time. Regina had been trying to find Sheeva for about 6 hours when she decided to contact a pet psychic animal communicator for help locating her lost cat.

When I communicated with Sheeva, she let me know that she had run to what looked like two large dumpsters or boxes with a small gap or space between the two dumpsters. Then Sheeva had gone in a nearby hole. Sheeva showed me that if she came out of the hole where she was hiding that she would be able to see the two dumpsters with a gap of space in-between them. Sheeva let me know that she had heard Regina calling her but, Sheeva was too afraid to come out of hiding. Everything including the car ride and being in a new location and feeling like Regina was chasing her had scared Sheeva.

When I told Regina where Sheeva was hiding, Regina reported that there were two dumpsters with the gap between them. The two dumpsters were around the corner of the gas station where Regina had parked her car.

I gave Regina some suggestions about how to coax Sheeva out of hiding.

The next morning, Regina called to share the good news. Sheeva had been found close to the dumpsters at 5 am the next morning. All of Regina's hard work and coaxing had paid off. Regina was able to scoop Sheeva up and continue their journey home.

Regina of Temecula, California gave a glowing phone testimonial, "Everything was exactly like you said! The two dumpsters with a space between them is where I found her."


Lee Ann volunteers to rescue dogs, rehabilitate them and find them foster homes. As all dog rescue volunteers know, many things can go wrong when a rescue dog goes to a forever home. Despite all the instructions to the new dog owners, some new dog owners fail to understand that their new pet can be skittish and are a high flight risk if left alone for even a minute in their yard or if a gate is accidentally left open or a fence can be jumped over or dug under.

What's worse is that many times if a new dog does escape or go missing, some new pet owners don't make a serious effort to find their missing pet, possibly because they think the missing pet is too much work or they don't have the time or the resources.

Sadly, as a lost pet psychic and animal communicator, I hear many stories of how the new dog or cat went missing but the new pet owner fails to search for the missing pet. In these cases, somehow the rescue volunteer calls to check up on the newly adopted pet, only to find out that the pet went missing - sometimes quite long ago. It can be a very frustrating experience for the pet rescue volunteer who has put so much time and effort into rehabilitating the pet, getting necessary health care for the pet and finally trying to find a good home for the pet. This kind of situation happens more often than we would hope.

Lee Ann contacted me because she had found a new home for Cooper. A week later when she called the new owner to check up on Cooper's progress at his new forever home, it turned out that Cooper had been left out in the yard and escaped through gaps in the fenced yard.

Although Lee Ann lives more than an hour drive away, she immediately went looking for Cooper. There were several sightings of Cooper, but none of them were confirmed and the sightings were in various locations.

When I communicated with Cooper, I found out that he felt safest in box shaped objects and he had been sleeping underneath a brownish shed that had a frayed rope hanging near it. The shed had a bunch of dead plants or mulch in it. Cooper liked sleeping in the shed because there was a strange box shaped object in the shed where Cooper could feel safe and sleep. Cooper showed me that the shed was next to a bunch of bushes and brambles that had what looked like some bean shaped leaves or pods hanging down. Cooper could see a grayish white home and also there was a home that was cross between tan and orange colored nearby.

When I described the area to Lee Ann she said that she kind of remembered seeing someplace similar during her previous search, so she would go check it out again, but this time more thoroughly.

Thankfully, Lee Ann found the frayed dangling rope , the brown shed with a box inside (which turned out to be an old frame of a portable air conditioner,) the hanging bean shaped pods, the grayish white home and the home that was a cross between tan and orange (which turned out to be a light salmonish tan color,) and all of the bushes and brambles.

Lee Ann left out a humane dog trap and caught Cooper!

Lee Ann called to tell me the great news! Cooper was back at her home. He was a little bit skinnier, but he was alive. Lee Ann sent me pictures and an update.

Lee Ann of Culman, Alabama writes:

"If it had not been for you telling me where to go, I would not have found him. You were right. I found where the bushes had been walked over. The box is an air conditioning box frame. You said he was near pole beans that hang down.

I knew you were onto something when you said Cooper felt safe in boxes. Cooper was (previously) rescued from a hoarding situation and was found inside a box."


Catherine of Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands decided to contact a pet psychic animal communicator because her foster cat Nugget had been missing for three days. Catherine felt especially bad for Nugget because his owners had been forced to relocate because of the Corona virus outbreak issues. To complicate things, Catherine's energetic Puggle dog had been chasing Nugget every time the Puggle got a chance. Somehow Nugget got out. Catherine was worried she would never get Nugget back because there are so many places for a cat to hide on her large property and neighbor's properties.

When I communicated with Nugget, he showed me that he was hiding within 1 building of Catherine's home. From Nugget's hidden vantage point, he could see a garden hose, bugs jumping around on the ground, a screen or lattice. He was underneath a white home or building.

When I explained to Catherine all of the things that Nugget showed me, she said that sounded like the area next to the porch of her home. I counseled Catherine on how to get Nugget to come out of hiding.

Two days later, Catherine saw Nugget come out from underneath her porch.

Catherine of Saint Thomas gave this testimonial review of my pet psychic animal communicator lost pet services:

"Thank you for the advice. I saw Nugget creep out from my porch! He was close to the garden hose, bugs and screen and under my white house."

United States and International Telephone and Skype Locations Served:

Pet Psychic Hilary Renaissance has communicated with animals throughout the United States, United States Virgin Islands, Australia, Canada, French Republic, France, Germany, Iraq, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Republic of Panama, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom listed below. She offers both telephone readings and Skype internet telephone sessions. If you would like to set up an appointment for your pet, please call my office at #206-782-7815 or email Hilary at hilary@calmpet.com or fill out the "set up appointment" page of my web site.  I look forward to helping you and your animal friends.

Cities marked with an asterisk denote a found pet case history found on this web site's pages and Found Pet Blog.

United States:

 

Alabama - Culman *

Alaska

Arizona - Bullhead City*, Chandler *, Phoenix * Tucson *

Arkansas

California - Antioch *, Beverly Hills *, Cathedral City *, Downey *, Fairfax *, Fresno *, Hollywood  *, Huntington Beach *, La Mesa *, Los Angeles *, Malibu *, Malibu Beach *, Marina *, Meadow Park *, Monte Bello *, Oakland *, Ortona *, Rivera *, Riverside *, San Jose *, San Luis Obispo *, Sherman Oaks *, Sylman *, Temecula *, Union City *, West Hollywood *, Whittier *,

Colorado - Durango *

Connecticut - Cornwall Bridge *

Delaware

Florida - Fort Meyers *,Gulf Port *,  Lutz *, Panama City *, Sarasota *, Tampa *

Georgia - Atlanta *, Buford*, Decatur *

Hawaii - Pahoa *

Idaho

Illinois - Evanston*, Skokie *, Wheaton *, Will County *

Indiana - Bend *, Bloomington * Fort Wayne *

Iowa

Kansas - Kansas City *,

Kentucky
Louisiana - Thibodaux * 
Maine
Maryland - Baltimore *, Montgomery Village *, Perry Hall *,

Rosedale *

Massachusetts - Amherst *,  Billeria *, Falmouth *

Michigan - Huntington Woods *, Linden *

Minnesota - Le Center *

Mississippi - Corinth *, Enterprise *

Missouri - Kansas City *
Montana - Polson *
Nebraska
Nevada - Las Vegas *, Manhattan *

New Hampshire
New Jersey - Clifton *, Edison *, Harrington Park *, Lake Hopatcong *, Morristown *, Plainsboro *, Southampton *, West Milford *

New Mexico Mesquite *,
New York - *, Astoria *, Brooklyn *, Ellicottville *, Long Island *, Medford *, New York City *, Scarsdale *, Shelter Island *, West Seneca *, Woodstock *, Yonkers *, Yorktown Heights *

North Carolina - Charlotte * Fairview *,  High Point * 
North Dakota
Ohio - Columbus *, Dublin *, Cincinnati *, Huber Heights *, Pepper Pike *

Oklahoma
Oregon - Ashland *, Beaverton * Eugene *, Portland*

Pennsylvania - Langhorne *, Virginville *

Rhode Island - Providence *
South Carolina - Bamberg *
South Dakota
Tennessee -  Germantown *, Murfreesboro *, New Braunfels *
Texas - Austin *, Crosby *, Houston*, Wakes Village *

Utah - Aurora *, Roy *, Springville *

United States Virgin Islands - Saint Thomas *,

Vermont
Virginia - Afton *, Charlottesville *, Fairfax *, Huntington *

Washington - Bellingham *, Bellevue *, Camano Island *, Kent *, Medical Lake *, Olympia *, Redmond *, Roy *, Seattle *, Shoreline *, Spokane *, Tacoma *, Tukwila *, Vancouver *, Wintrop *, Yakima *

Washington, D.C
West Virginia - Huntington *

Wisconsin - Madison *
Wyoming

 

Pet Psychic Hilary Renaissance offers telephone, Skype and WhatsApp consultations to the international locations listed below.

Cities marked with an asterisk denote a found pet case history found on this web site's pages and Found Pet Blog.

Australia - Sydney, New South Wales *

Canada

French Republic - France

Guatemala - Carretera Fraijanes *

Germany

India

Iraq *

Ireland

Italy *

Japan

Korea

Mexico

New Zealand - Auckland *

Republic of Panama

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom UK - Durham *

United States *

United States Virgin Islands *

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