Psychic cat sold to psychic human for £67,000 to boost business

A clairvoyant, medium, psychic, call her what you like has decided to buy a psychic, plump, grey tabby cat in Russia owned by Dmitry. Dmitry inherited the cat who is named Charles Utkins. Interesting name for a Russian cat living in Russia.

Dmitry says that his cat can read minds, escape from locked rooms and plant throughts in the owner’s head.

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Utkins a psychic cat

Dmitry says that Charles Utkins made him crave sausages and fish even though he hates them. The urge was so strong he’d get up in the early hours of the morning to try and buy them.

“….he inspires thoughts. And these thoughts will be fulfilled, they are impossible to resist. He made me go shopping and buy what he needed.”

Dmitry now believes in supernatural thoughts. Charles Utkins’ presence put a strain on Dmitry’s marriage as his wife felt uneasy around the cat because she believed he read her mind.

A clairvoyant, living 2,000 miles away, who can’t be named at this stage and who is blonde, fairly young and rich heard about the cat and offered to buy him for an astronomical £67,000 ($84,000 USD approx.)

Dmitry said:

“She deals with extrasensory phenomenon…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.”

Well she is well off and believes that the cat as a profitable business asset. Good luck to her. The only question mark I have about this story is: is it fake news?!

It certainly has the ring of fake news; it is so extraordinary. The price is higher than the world’s most expensive domestic cat (a California Spangled Cat sold in 1987). The clairvoyant is considered to be a “well groomed blonde witch!”. People do believe in extraordinary things.

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5 Responses

  1. Frances A Danna says:

    I am intrigued by this cat, Charles Utkins. I hope that this Clairvoyant woman treats him well. I just want the best for him. I wish we could find out more about how he is doing, but obviously his new owner is very secretive. I believe it is possible for a cat to have extraordinary abilities. Why not? There have been other cases of psychic animals. Cats are extremely intuitive to begin with. As for escaping from behind unlocked doors, if true, that really would be a mystery. ???

  2. Andi Cowens says:

    Reminiscent of that other person long-ago in the news whose dog told him what to do. What was his name? Oh yeah, David Berkowitz, “Son of Sam”. Google it. 🙂

  3. Definitely not “FAKE NEWS” as a lot of reputed media houses have also published this unbelievable true story.Many “Psychics” or “Godmen/Godwomen” as we call them in India have a mass following and are extremely rich so this sum of money as a “Psychic Advertisement” is not surprising although a first for a cat in recorded memory.

    • Michael Broad says:

      Thanks Rudolph. I am sure you are right. There is obviously a lot of money in psychic work. People believe in it. For her it was a pure business decision. Add a celebrity cat who is said to be psychic and you get more business.

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