Sammy

Sammy

Another happy update, was when a lost kitten was taken in by a lady who got in touch with us earlier this year.  The lady had put up ads and posts on social media websites, but there had been no responses.  The kitten – who is now called Sammy – was “neutered and microchipped” (also vaccinated) and is growing into a “very big lad”!  Sammy’s new owner told us that he “is very loving and afraid of nothing, quite happy to sit on the Hoover and play in the airstream of the hairdryer too”.

Sammy is “like a shadow” to this lady’s son, and “very social when parted”!  He has recently started going outside, but not too far from home and the owner’s blinds “now point in every direction possible, courtesy of Sammy”.

We love a happy ending!

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Millie

Millie

Millie was found in Offerton a couple of years ago, but “unfortunately no one got in touch” to say that it was their pet.  The people who found her, took her in and paid for her dental work, as “her teeth were very bad”.

We were told that “she’s in a good home now” and that “she’s doing really well”.

Even though no possible owner came forward, Millie is with people that care for her. 🙂

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Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia is now back with his owners, after being apart for nearly 2 weeks!  The owners had a “few possible sightings of him near Cheadle Hulme”, but that ended up being someone else’s cat.  Sequoia’s owners were very kind to take that particular cat to the vet to have scanned, as it could have been a missing pet (good news though, it wasn’t lost).

A few more sightings later, Sequoia was found “safe and sound” and is now back at home!

Brilliant! 🙂

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Val

Val

Val suddenly returned in the early hours of the 30th of April, after having been missing since the 20th of April.  Val’s owner told us that she has “no idea where she’s been for 9 days” but that she was glad to have Val back at home.

Happy days for Val and her family!

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Handsome Fella

Handsome Fella

This handsome fella was soon reunited with his owner, after having been missing for a few hours.  Its owner informed LAiS* that the person who found him, had managed to get in touch with a neighbour of the owner’s, after having the dog’s microchip scanned.

Fantastic news!

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Ray

Ray

Little 9 month old Ray went missing from Offerton on the 5th of April, but was reunited with his family 5 days later.

Luckily, a lady commented with a picture of a black cat who looked like Ray, after having seen it on another group.  Thankfully, the cat in the picture was indeed Ray, who is now back at home with his brother Zeus, who has clearly missed him!

Great news, once more.

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Lou

Lou

Lou was last seen on the 6th of April, after having never been out for a whole night before.

Just 2 days later, Lou was back home! Lou had “obviously been locked in somewhere” and was “hungry and scruffy”, but he was finally home.

This boy’s family is certainly relieved that Lou is now back home.

Happy days!

 

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