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US psychic’s ‘vision’ helps reunite missing dog Dana with owner

US psychic’s ‘vision’ helps reunite missing dog Dana with owner

A Fife dog missing for three weeks was tracked down after a psychic in America had a ‘vision’ of where she was.

Tiny Dana, a Chihuahua and Papillon crossbreed, sparked a massive search after escaping from new owner Ena Conyon’s Glenrothes home.

After a massive community search involving hundreds of people, it was feared she might never be found.

But thousands of miles away cross the Atlantic, mystic Jenny Weeks who describes herself as an ‘animal communicator’ put her psychic powers on the case.

Within hours she was in touch to say she had ‘seen’ the dog in a vision.

Dana was cowering near a pile of wood, next to a wooded area and close to a farm, said Jenny.

The information gave searchers hope and soon teams of worried dog lovers calling themselves ‘Dana’s Angels’ were scouring an area around Southfield Industrial Estate in Glenrothes, close to nearby farm buildings and where there were piles of wood stored.

Finally a nearby farmer spotted Dana and managed to shut her inside a shed until help came.

“She must have been the most talked about dog in Scotland,” said Ena Conyon, who is co-founder of Second Chance Kennels in Thornton, Fife, which specialises in re-homing dogs which have been kept by professional breeders.

“People were out looking for her day and night. There were people out at 2am and 4am searching, it become a real community effort.

“Her story just touched everyone.”

While searchers split into teams to hunt for Dana, others brought food and hot drinks to keep them going.

Just as it seemed that Dana had gone forever, Ena decided to try one last thing. She had heard the US-based psychic had a reputation for tracking down missing dogs.

“I emailed Jenny to see if she could help,” said Ena. “We were desperate. I thought I’d try anything to get Dana back safely. Jenny replied saying that she could see this wood and some old buildings.”

She said that she was near the woods but had not gone in helping to narrow down the search area and that she was petrified of predators like foxes.

The farmer managed to entice Dana into a shed and pull the door shut, keeping her safe until Ena arrived to take her back to Second Chance Kennels.

“It really was such a relief to get her back,” said Ena. “We are going to keep her now as our own pet, she’s been through more than enough.”

Mystic Jenny said: “I’m so very happy…that Dana has been found safe and sound. It’s a beautiful blessing to be involved in saving another’s life, especially one who can’t call for help.

“These happy endings make it all worthwhile.”

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