Tasha’s story started when she sneaked out and didn’t return, which was unlike her, “as she is more of a house cat”. Her owners ensured to put posters up, drop leaflets off, search the streets, and even neighbours went out looking for her – but there were no sightings of beautiful Tasha.
One early Sunday morning, a member of Tasha’s family checked the video door bell, “as it records when someone is near or in the front garden, and low and behold she had come back home at 20:05” but the video hadn’t been seen until 03:00 on Sunday morning. Tasha was nowhere to be seen when shouting for her.
Another member of Tasha’s family had gone out on Monday evening to take Brac for a walk and shout for Tasha, “but again nothing”. “On her return as she opened the gate she heard a meow, she turned round and Tasha was sat there in a neighbour’s wall over the road”. The family member rushed over, to cuddle a “very fragile, timid and maybe even tired” looking Tasha.
Beautiful Tasha was thankfully reunited with her family, “after 7 long hard weeks” and 4 days. She had arrived home “extremely thin” but her coat was “in really good condition” and there were no holes in her. Tasha’s family also spoke to the vet who had advised to “flea and worm her as normal” and check her weight.
It may have been a long wait until Tasha was reunited with all of her family, but it was a happy ending at last! 🙂