LAiS* were made aware of Tom’s disappearance on the 11th of February, but luckily we received the happy news that Tom had returned, a day after we first posted about him.
LAiS* were contacted on the 22nd of November, with a post which said that a young black female cat was found in a shop’s car park, in Edgeley/Cheadle Heath. The person who contacted us said that she was “very friendly, not microchipped”.
We then sent another message asking for an update, and we were glad to hear that the little one was “quite happy” and mainly stays in her (now) owner’s dining room. The little cat, now called Poppy, is very friendly to humans but not keen on her owner’s 11 other cats!
We got in touch with Poppy’s owner again, to ask whether we could post a happy update, and we received a lovely response to say that Poppy “is fine she’s very happy now and settled in very well with the other 11”!
What a wonderful update. 🙂
LAiS* were glad to hear that Snuggles returned home to his relieved owner on the 10th of December, after having been away for a while.
Snuggles went missing between the 8th and the 9th of December (Friday night/Saturday morning), most probably due to a new area that his owner had just moved to; that Snuggles was not familiar with.
It’s happy days for this little man and his owner, we’re sure! 🙂
Gorgeous Teddy went missing on the morning of the 13th of November, but we luckily received the good news on the 16th of November, that he had returned. Teddy’s owner let us know that Teddy had “lost his voice” and that he smelled of “paint or diesel which suggests he may have been locked in somewhere.”
Naturally, his family was “delighted to have him back”, after trying all sorts of things to get him to come home, such as; leaving his litter tray outside, and posting some flyers in the local area.
Perfect news! We are glad Teddy is home again!
Handsome Baghira was reunited with his owners, after 7 weeks of being away from home!
His owner let us know that Baghira “was found by a lovely couple” after he “had jumped in their car”; and is now looking very cosy and relaxed back at home, with his family.
We *hope* that this post gives hope to people whose pets have been missing for a while; as there is always a possibility of a happy ending. 🙂
This beautiful cat called Casper went missing on the 23rd of September, but was luckily reunited with his owner on the 18th of October. As it was nearly 4 weeks since Casper had gone missing, his owner was indeed very happy to have him back.
Casper and his owner were reunited, following a comment that a gentleman had left on our post, in regards to Casper’s disappearance. The gentleman had said that he had found a “very friendly” and “very similar cat at work” and that it was sat on his knee as he was writing the comment.
LAiS* then contacted Casper’s owner with this information, and we were told that the gentleman had sent some text messages and pictures of the found cat – and it was indeed Casper! His owner then visited the gentleman’s workplace, “shouted his name and he came running” back to him.
What a happy ending! We are glad to have been involved in this reunion. 🙂
Find our interview with Casper’s owner on: