"Wait for me and I'll be back": a missing cat met its owner after 13 years of separationBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/wait-for-me-and-ill-be-back-a-missing-cat-met-its-owner-after-13-years-of-separation.html
The loss of a pet is a real grief for the owners. They try to find him by any means, and if this fails, they continue to hope that fluffy will return home one day. This woman has been waiting for her cat's return for 13 years, and she has waited! Read on the incredible story of the reunion of a devoted animal and a loving mistress.
A cat that had been missing for 13 years was found and finally reunited with its owner.
Animal rescuer and volunteer 42-year-old Alison Ferguson is happy that fluffy Jill has found her home after 13 years. The owner of the cat, 35-year-old Kelly La Vette (Kelly LaVett), lives in South Carolina.The volunteer discovered that the foundling animal has a microchip. After reading the information from it, Alison found out that the cat is located 121 kilometers from the address at which it is registered.There was no information about the owner of the animal on the chip — no phone number, no e-mail, only the name of the woman. Alison decided to post a photo of the found cat on Facebook and send messages to all women, residents of Connecticut, bearing the name Kelly Amandrell, which was indicated when registering the animal.
During the time the cat was away, Kelly graduated from college, got married and had two children. She worked as a teacher in another city for ten years, and returned only recently.The first couple of days the animal got used to the new environment, and then finally settled in. Now the cat follows her mistress literally on her heels, sleeps next to her and gently purrs, rubbing against her leg.A stray cat was picked up on the street by a man and brought to an animal shelter. Stray animals are kept in this place, which they are trying to find owners through the Cat Networking Agents agency. Cats who failed to find a home, after a while, unfortunately, have to be euthanized to make room for new vagrants.Abby's cat became a real lucky girl who escaped from the clutches of imminent death.The rescuer of a stray animal, Alison, was so sympathetic to the new cat who arrived at the shelter, because her name was Abby — like the volunteer's beloved dog that disappeared a year ago.Volunteer Alison Ferguson is the savior of a lost cat.
A joyful meeting after 13 years is a sign of fate. The poor animal walked more than 100 kilometers, endured many difficulties and was saved from death before returning to his native home. Miracles happen, especially to those who know how to wait.
Have you found a missing pet for a long time after it disappeared?