Stratford woman enlists help of psychic to find missing pet parrot

PUBLISHED: 13:00 17 September 2015

Shahin Asadi holds a missing poster to help find her missing parrot

Shahin Asadi holds a missing poster to help find her missing parrot


A woman desperate to find her missing parrot has enlisted the help of an American psychic in a bid to locate her pet.

Luckey the parrot is missing from her home in StratfordLuckey the parrot is missing from her home in Stratford

Luckey, a yellow parakeet bird, has been missing from her owner, Shahin Asadi’s home, in Caistor Park Road, Stratford, for three months. Dr Asadi, 69, said her much-loved parrot escaped from the garden door, and following a string of failed attempts to bring the bird home, the university professor decided to turn to a psychic for help.

“I started looking in all the trees, all the roads, calling her name in every street in the area and outside the area in the woods, parks, behind train stations, behind car companies and any area that she could have landed,” she said.

“I searched by car and by walking, searched and searched to no end, talked to everybody in the streets and shops, but I could not find Luckey.”

She added: “I really want Luckey home. I love her very much, she is my companion. I have had her for 15 years after buying her from a pet store in California.

“I saw on Animal Search UK that people have used psychics before to find missing pets so I found Ann Fisher, a psychic from New York, who I believe has helped police in previous murder investigations.

“She has a great reputation and has given me great hope that we may be able to find my bird.”

The psychic has since given the owner a number of possible locations in Stratford where she believes Luckey could be hiding.

Dr Asadi said she plans to head out the given locations in Geere Road, Liddington Road, Richford Road and Habberson Road, with volunteers from Animal Search UK on Friday.

“Ann told me that Luckey is alive but that she may have been taken in by someone.

“I really miss her, she was my best friend, she spoke so much and her very first words were ‘I love you’.”

Dr Asadi is offering a £5,000 reward to anyone who finds Luckey. Call 07757 262410 with information.

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