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cat found after five years

Posted by lily316 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 15, 11 at 12:25

A little healthy looking Tortie was found in NYC after going missing five years ago in Colorado,. He escaped during house renovation but was microchipped as a kitten. Owners were astounded to get the call their cat was in the Big Apple. Have not a clue how but are eagerly awaiting his return. Someone took care of him because he was healthy and calm.


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RE: cat found after five years

Sorry..SHE, named Willow. I should have known as all calicos and torties are female..99% of the time.


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Ahh, that's a great story for the Colorado family! I wonder if the cat will recognize them after so many years?


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Hope he won't miss the NY person who apparently adopted him. Maybe found him in CO and took him with them to NY. . . Wonder why he left them now or they left him.


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And no one from NYC has stepped up and claimed him even tho he's been in all the papers and internet. He's well fed, no fleas and social.


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There's speculation that the NY owner (who had found the cat on a ski vacation in Colorado) actually took her to the shelter and simply told worker's she was a stray.

Here is a link that might be useful: Previous 'owner'


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