Media Coverage

1st March 2016

Psychic News Magazine – March 2016 edition

‘Healing helps defy Alfie’s death sentence’ article by Parisa Jenkins

Psychic News March 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1st February 2016

Psychic News Magazine – February 2016 edition

‘Pet Psychic’ article by Parisa Jenkins

Parisa Jenkins 'Psychic Pets' article in Psychic News - February 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8th October 2015

Book Review Temple Blog

Find Bella book review by Arjun Randhawa

Find Bella Book Review, by Arjun Randhawa of Book Review Temple

“Any animal lover can relate to this story, just as I did. I recently adopted a puppy, and while reading this book, I could perfectly understand the sorrow and grief the author would have gone through, during the stressful time. This story is truly a wonderful one. Any reader would feel the same emotions like the author, as the situations full of ups and downs occur… For example, there were moments when calls would be received describing the acquirement of similar coloured dogs, but unfortunately won’t turn out to be Bella. Losing a pet is like losing a member of a family. It is extremely tragic and a very tough time for the owners. Readers would understand how much toils have to be gone through, to search for one’s pet – Printing and distributing posters, searching through all of the expected places, informing local people, asking them for cooperation, gathering information from nearby hounds, vets and other animal centers. The end of the story was nicely written and I promise that the readers would be connected deeply into the book while reading.”

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30th September 2015

Isle of Man Today Newspaper

Mystic Mog Solo is found – by Cornwall psychic!

Mark Davison with his cat Solo, who went missing Copyright Isle of Man Today newspaper

 

 

 

 

 

 

“A lost cat from Douglas has been found with the help of a psychic from Cornwall. Mark Davison’s cat Solo had been missing for two days when a friend suggested trying psychic Parisa Jenkins, who specialises in finding lost pets by communicating with them via their photos. ‘When Solo wasn’t in on Sunday night we spent two hours searching for him. He had done this once before so we went to bed hoping he would turn up in the morning but he didn’t,’ said Mark. ‘We had friends, neighbours, everybody out looking. A friend even printed 150 flyers which we handed out.’ Parisa was sent a photo of Solo and said that she had been able to contact him. She said he was in a domesticated setting rather than a remotely rural one, in a garden.’ She said that Solo had showed her an alleyway with houses either side and a large green bush which he was near or under. This led to Mark’s business partner Jason going back out and finding Solo. Mark said: ‘I was sceptical to start with. I’ve had psychic readings myself which have been far from convincing. ‘However, Parisa accurately described the lanes around the back of our house where Solo had gone missing and said that he was hiding somewhere, frightened. ‘This gave Jason the incentive to go back out to places we’d already searched at the back of the house and he’d found him within an hour.’”

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25th February 2015

Cornish Guardian Newspaper

Newquay woman writes book about ‘miraculous’ reunion with missing dog

Parisa Jenkins with her two dogs including Bella - Copyright Cornish Guardian Newspaper

 

 

 

 

 

 

“AN ANIMAL lover from Newquay has written a book about her ‘miraculous’ reunion with her missing dog, who was found more than 230 miles away from home. Parisa Jenkins, 37, was devastated when Bella, a two-year-old Patterdale cross spaniel, slipped out of the back door of her house last July and never returned. Mrs Jenkins quickly turned to the internet for help finding her lost pet – and around 2,000 people rallied to track down Bella, who was eventually found in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. After being bombarded with requests to share her amazing story, Mrs Jenkins decided to write her first book. “The book takes the reader on the journey that my family and friends took to try to find out what had happened to Bella when she disappeared out of my back garden,” said Mrs Jenkins. “We spent the summer of 2014 desperately searching for Bella, [so] this book has been written as a result of many of my loyal Facebook FindBella members asking me to share my amazing true story,” she added. Speaking to the Cornish Guardian last year, Mrs Jenkins said she had almost lost hope that she would ever find Bella. “It’s really surreal because I’d sort of had to accept she was lost and I’d never see her again, and when the guy phoned me I just thought, ‘it’s obviously not my dog’,” she said. It turned out that a young woman who had been visiting Newquay on holiday had spotted a rather bewildered Bella wandering the streets, and mistaking her as a stray, took her home to Kidderminster. Fortunately for Mrs Jenkins and her three children, the woman’s parents noticed she had acquired a new dog while she was away on holiday and contacted the family to say they had found her. “I’m so grateful to them for spotting her,” said Mrs Jenkins. “I did everything I could possibly do to try and find her and it just feels miraculous. Mrs Jenkins’ book FindBella is available now in paperback.”

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18th September 2014

Western Morning News – Newspaper

Dog which ran off reunited with owner after 230 mile trip

Parisa Jenkins beloved dog Bella

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“A mother-of-three has been reunited with her missing dog after it was found more than 230 miles away. Parisa Jenkins, 37, was left distraught when Bella, a two-year-old Patterdale, slipped out the back door and disappeared in Newquay, Cornwall, two months ago. But the prized pooch was returned to her this week by a holidaymaker who had spotted her in the street and mistook her for a stray. The confused woman took Bella back home to live with her in Kidderminster, Worcs. but discovered the pet belonged to Parisa after taking her to the vets for scan.”

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11th September 2014

Falmouth Packet Newspaper

Joy as dog that went missing in Newquay found over 230 miles away in Worcestershire

“A much loved pet dog from Newquay that went missing in July has been found over 230 miles away in Worcestershire after being picked up as a stray. Bella, a black Patterdale cross Spaniel owned by Parisa Jenkins, vanished from her home in Newquay in July, and seems to have been on an epic journey ever since. At the time of her disappearance Bella was out in the garden. Thinking she had curled up somewhere in the garden, it was a while before anyone realised Bella had vanished. There were also fears that Bella had been stolen. A campaign online asking for help tracing Bella down attracted over 1,900 members on Facebook, and just days ago Parisa Jenkins sent out a message on the Find Bella page saying: “There is just one question I want the answer to; will I find her? I would like to think that I will, but, I really don’t know. All this energy put into trying to find her but will it pay off?” Little knowing that the answer would be a resounding yes. Today a message went out all the supporters saying: “Bella is found. She’s in Kiddiminster. Picked up as a stray on July 15 by someone who was house sitting and taken home. We are going to get her tonight.” The response to the news online has been huge, with supporters overjoyed to hear the pet pooch has been found. Among the hundreds of message was one from Sherli Hall, who said: “All the love and dedication to her search has been amazing!! Goes to show u should never give up hope. Well done to whoever it was who found her, I hope she is well.” While Kellie Perks added: “I just did the biggest gasp.So so happy she’s been found. You must be over the moon. Happy happy day.”

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