Billy

Billy

Billy was taken in around March time and nursed to full health after his new owners found him in a bad state.

Billy went missing on the 30th of July, but he luckily “wandered back home” on the 5th of August!

“His ears must have been burning”, as we had been chatting to his owner just a while before he came back home.

Brilliant news!

 

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Louis

Louis

Louis had been missing since the 14th of July, before his return on the 26th of July.

Unfortunately Louis had to be taken to the emergency vets, as he was unwell.  We were informed that he could have been “stuck somewhere for 2 weeks” and had “forced his way out”.

We messaged Louis’ owner again, a few days later to see how he was doing, and his owner told us that he was “back home and outside again now, he’s had his tail removed, but is doing really well”.

We wish Louis all the best! 🙂

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Annie

Annie

Annie had been missing for a couple of days before her reunion with her owner.

Her owners “heard a cry coming from the lane to the back” of them, so they walked around, but with no sign of Annie.  They then “headed back down and she suddenly appeared in the path”, in front of her owners!

Annie’s owner told us that they have “ordered cat tracker tags for future”!

We are happy that Annie is back home, with her family.

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Arthur

Arthur

LAiS* received a message on the 29th of July, to say that Arthur had gone missing.

Arthur’s owners located him whilst they were out distributing flyers.  Arthur was found “cowering behind some bins a few streets down” from where he lives.

Another great success story!

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Buddy

Buddy

Precious little Buddy went missing on the 19th of July, but was luckily returned in the evening of the 20th of July.

Buddy was picked up by the dog wardens and kept for a day before his reunion with his family.  It was a stressful time for the family and Buddy, as it was hard for the owners to get in touch with the dog wardens, in order to find out where Buddy was.

During this stressful period, there was a plethora of “genuine, kind, loving, helpful and caring people” offering advice on our Facebook page.  You could see that there are people out there, who “love animals and just want them returned home”.

The owners went through a “rollercoaster of emotions” during this time, so we were very happy when we received a message to say that Buddy had been returned.

We are glad Buddy’s back with his family! 🙂

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Jedi

Jedi

This beautiful boy had been missing for one night/day, before he was reunited with his owner.

Jedi’s owner had “found him under a bush”, whilst distributing flyers, and he has now been grounded!

We are glad Jedi is back home. 🙂

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Dargon

Dargon

“Dargon the cat sneaked out of a window” on the 19th of May, and “had not been seen since”.  We luckily received another message on the 21st of May, to say that he had come back home!

Dargon had recently flown to the UK from Texas, and had “never wandered” before.

What a relief that he’s now back home!

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