Clairvoyant Purchases Psychic Cat in Siberia
An anonymous clairvoyant has reportedly purchased a purportedly paranormal pet from a man in Blagoveshchensk, Russia. The man, who goes only by Dimitri R, inherited the cat--named Charles Utkins--from his deceased aunt. Dimitri claims that he began noticing a number of disturbing events, soon after adopting Utkins into his home.
"The doors to the rooms were closed, and the cat, shut away elsewhere, suddenly appears in the room from behind closed doors, although nobody let him go," said Dimitri. "He reads minds, but the worst thing - he inspires thoughts. And these thoughts will be fulfilled, they are impossible to resist. He made me go shopping and buy what he needed."
According to Dimitri, this was his first encounter with the paranormal.
"Before I met Utkins I... did not believe in supernatural things," explained Dimitri. "But this creature managed to inspire me to thoughts and shame me to do what I do not want to do. For example, I do not eat fish, at all, I don't like it, or sausages. He would wake me up at 5 am with a strong desire to eat fish or sausage. So much so that I had to go out right then to buy it and give it to the cat. And as soon as the cat started to eat, my hunger disappeared."
The Russian man also claimed that Utkins would stare into space, apparently able to see things that humans cannot. The paranormal problems began to lead to conflict in his marriage, since his wife was wary of their pet's supposedly psychic abilities.
Relief came finally in the form of an anonymous clairvoyant from Novosibirsk, who offered to pay $84,000 for the psychic cat. According to Dimitri, the woman is "strictly against journalists," so he cannot name her, but he insists she intends on using the animal in her seances. He describes her as "fairly young, well-groomed, blonde, and [wearing] expensive clothes."
"She deals with extrasensory phenomenon," he claimed. "She can see in some beings the object of her interest - and earnings. More than once she stipulated that the cat will pay off. She has a website, and some good respectable clients."
Source: Siberian Times