Success Story: Jan 2015
We just wanted to let you know that after three very long months, Ralph has been found safe and sound!! He has been given a clean bill of health from the vets….as you can see it’s been a long stressful day . Thank you to Missing Cats Anglia for your support , encouragement and empathy shown to us. Without the help of this site via social media I am not sure we would have got Ralph back. All I would like to say is never give up hope, make sure your pets are micro chipped and dreams really do come true!!!
Success story Nov 2014.
Our latest success begins with a Tabby/white cat reported hit by car on a main road in Ipswich. Our team went out as the cat ran away, sadly she couldn’t be found. We posted continuously on facebook but it seemed as though the trail had gone cold. Then on Monday night a man reported on our facebook group page for Ipswich, Ipswich Missing Cats, that he had seen a sad looking tabby kitten near the main road pavement under a bush. After a few days he had decided to take it home, and unfortunately he and his partner discovered it had injuries to its back legs and took to a vet. We followed the progress for a further 2 days and offered to help raise money to assist paying the vets fees.
One of our admins saw a missing poster in a local vets, very similar looking to the cat found this Monday by the man on our facebook page. The cat in the missing poster had been missing about 9 weeks in the same area – but whereas this cat was 3 years old, the vets in care of the cat hit on the main road and later found appeared to be 4 months old. The owner was called just in case, and after a long chat and comparing photos online through facebook, the owner decided to go and check at the vets with fingers crossed.
Good news! It is her cat after 10 weeks missing! Starving and hungry, but now at home with all the comforts the cat is set to make a full recovery. What a good team we and our facebook members make here at Missing cats Anglia.