Norman

Norman

Norman was being looked after whilst his family was on holiday, when he unfortunately went missing.

Although he had gone missing in an area he wasn’t familiar with, clever Norman “managed to find his way back to the house he escaped from even though he’d never been out there before”.

Fantastic news!

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Tonic

Tonic

Tonic was reunited with her family, after someone had seen Tonic “meowing outside her house for a couple of days”.

We are glad Tonic is back with her family! 🙂

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Wispa

Wispa

Wispa had visited her old house after getting out one evening, but was luckily reunited with her family a couple of days later.

She is now looking snug and cosy at her new home! 🙂

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Lexi

Lexi

Little Lexi went missing on the 8th of April and was reunited with her family on the 19th of April.

LAiS* was informed that Lexi had been “under someone’s car port” near their house and that a picture of her had been posted on a local site, “asking if anyone’s cat was missing”.

What a relief! 🙂

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Blossom

Blossom

Beautiful Blossom had been missing for around a week before her reunion with her family.

Her owner had let us know that “she found her way home” and she was “safe and well” with mummy and daddy.

Brilliant news! 🙂

 

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Boo

Boo

Boo had gone missing on the 25th of March, and by the 30th of March she was back home with her family.

Boo’s owner had let us know that “thanks to the power of social media and kind people” Boo had been found “safe and sound”.

Wonderful news!

 

 

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Marvin

Marvin

  

Marvin’s owners received a phone call from a company, not far from where they live, “saying their alarm had gone off 2 nights in a row” and luckily it was Marvin who had set off the alarm!

They “went to have a look and found him hiding under some pallets”.

Marvin is now back home, “safe and sound”!

Fantastic news! 🙂

 

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