Couple distraught after a medium charged them $ 150 to tell them that their famous dog Cooper was dead
& # 39; I was crying hysterically all night & # 39 ;: Couple are left desperately after a medium has charged them $ 150 to tell them that their Instagram-famous dog Cooper was dead after drowning in mud
- Instagram star, Cooper the dachshund, was missing from his NZ home in May
- His owners were charged $ 150 by a psychic before they were told that he was dead
- The couple had visited three other mediums before they heard the news
- Ben and Emily Scott continue searching to take their dog home
A few were left desperate after a medium had asked them $ 150 to tell them that their dog known on Instagram was dead.
Cooper, a short-haired dachshund with 16,800 followers, was missing in his owner's home in Te Kuiti, New Zealand after a thunderstorm on May 30.
Owners Ben and Emily Scott have received a $ 2000 reward for assistance in finding the missing dog as part of their search.
Couple Ben and Emily Scott (photo) were left desperate after a medium charged them $ 150 to tell them that their Instagram-famous dog Cooper (middle) was dead
Cooper, a short-haired dachshund with 16,800 followers, went missing on 30 May after a storm
Mrs. Scott told Daily Mail Australia that her and her husband & # 39; the biggest roller coaster of emotions & # 39; had experienced since the dog's disappearance.
And after launching a frantic search for Cooper, they decided to go to four mediums that they thought could help with their search.
But the couple remained even more devastated when they were told that their dog was dead after drowning in the mud.
Emily told the Daily Mail Australia: “She said he jumped over a block and that it went wrong and rolled on him, broke his leg and then drowned in the mud.
The disappearance of the 3-year-old My_little_sausage star (right), a page he shares with his brother Ralph (left), left his family behind as & # 39; the biggest roller coaster of emotions & # 39;
& # 39; This was & # 39; at night so we could not go searching until the morning. So I cried hysterically all night. I cried so much on the phone that Ben had to finish the call for me. & # 39;
The medium asked for money in advance and asked for personal information.
Cooper was described as a happy dog with a lot of energy.
Emily said: & # 39; He is full of confidence and unaware of his size. He will gladly inflate or bark a bull of a ton or hear a lot of cows.
& # 39; He has great agility and condition for a small dog, people are always surprised how far away and fast he can run, he could run farther than me every day. He is a charmer and hugs on someone's lap. & # 39;
Emily said that four other people had suggested that Cooper was still alive, with one claiming that he could have been picked up by school children.
Anyone with information about where the dog might be should contact via the My Little Sausage Instagram page.
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