Nuneaton’s wildlife sanctuary to star in new Channel 5 show The Pet Psychic this week

Nuneaton’s wildlife sanctuary is set to star in Channel Five’s new show The Pet Psychic this week. It was back in January last year that the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary revealed crews from the TV show were coming to their HQ in Oaston Road.

Now it has been confirmed by the charity, that rescues and takes in wildlife in need, that the new series is set to start this week. It will hit screens from Tuesday (February 20).

In a trailer for the new series. renowned pet psychic Beth Lee-Crowther, dubbed a ‘real-life Dr Doolittle, is seen at the sanctuary. She can be seen with Bramble, the sanctuary’s famed fridge-raiding deer, who sadly passed away in September last year.

The Worcester-based resident is heard saying her psychic instincts are telling her something is associated with ‘spicy’ to which sanctuary founder, Geoff Grewcock says: “He (Bramble) loves Bombay potatoes.’ It is understood that the psychic met many of the sanctuary’s famed furry friends.

This includes meet Minty the badger and Rocky the beagle eagle owl. A Channel 5 promotion for the show said: “Meet renowned Pet Psychic and author Beth Lee-Crowther. A real-life Dr Doolittle who says she can speak to animals and answer all of your questions and more.

“Beth believes she has been communicating with pets for over 20 years and is now bringing her skills to Britain’s nation of pet owners. Beth’s unique gifts may be questioned by some sceptics but after watching her communication skills in action many are left speechless.

“In this series we follow Beth as she travels up and down the country meeting desperate animal owners to decipher the whines, barks, stares and meows into meaningful conversation.

“The owners all have specific reasons to be asking for Beth’s help and the pets don’t hold back in giving their answers.” The new series starts on C5 at 7pm on Tuesday.