Cat reunited with owner after one year
A cat which had been missing for almost a year has been reunited with its owner thanks to a pet charity.Claire Seymour, from Keswick, near Norwich, spent months searching to find her missing cat who had escaped through a window.
A cat which had been missing for almost a year has been reunited with its owner thanks to a pet charity.
Claire Seymour, from Keswick, near Norwich, spent months searching to find her missing cat who had escaped through a window. Without any leads she began to think she would never find him.
Feline Care Cat Rescue received reports about a heavily pregnant female that had been a stray in Poringland for six weeks. When the team rushed to admit the supposed expectant mother they realised they were in fact dealing with a very overweight neutered male.
Molly Cutmore, from the charity, said: 'We were really relieved to find that this gentle giant was microchipped so somewhere a loving home was missing him.'
By using the National Microchip Reunification Database, Junior, who had been missing for 11 months, was reunited with his stunned but ecstatic owner.
It remains a mystery how Junior managed to find his way six miles from Keswick to Poringland but without his microchip he would never have found his home again.
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Miss Seymour had kept her chip up to date so even after almost a year she was still able to be reunited with her three-year-old cat Junior.