Bolivian airline BOA hired an animal psychic to help track down a cat they lost during a domestic flight a month ago. Andrea Iturre was devastated when she discovered that the airline lost her cat Tito during the domestic flight from Tarija to Santa Cruz.
When boarding her flight on December 8 in Tarija, Iturre was told she had to put her cat in the baggage compartment of the plane. When she landed in Santa Cruz and went to collect her cat carrier, it was empty.
“I almost died,” Iturre said in a social media post that went viral about the moment she saw that her cat Tito was missing from the carrier.
On December 12, Edgar Montana, the Minister of Public Works, Services and Housing, announced a massive state-led search for cat Tito during a news conference. “We are hopeful that Tito will show up,” he said. “The cat likes tuna, so we have left out tuna,” he added. But more than a month later, the cat still hasn’t been found.
🔵 #ANF I El ministro de Obras Públicas, Edgar Montaño, informó que las direcciones de la ATT, DGAC, BoA y NAABOL se sumaron a la búsqueda del gato Tito que fue extraviado por la aerolínea estatal en el aeropuerto de #Tarija. "Tenemos la esperanza que Tito aparecerá", dijo. pic.twitter.com/9CND11Ud8b— Agencia de Noticias Fides (@noticiasfides) December 12, 2022
An animal psychic can communicate telepathically with animals and could help find the missing cat. The psychic said that Tito was still alive but couldn’t locate him. Animal lovers have criticised the state airline BOA over the missing cat.