Success stories - Lost & found

Shelley (Crookston, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Shelley is reunited home after 10 weeks

Shelley who went missing from his home in Crookston on Wednesday 26 September 2018 has been found & was reunited back with his family yesterday (Monday 10 December 2018).

He was found roughly a mile from home by a resident took him to the SSPCA to be scanned for a microchip. Once his chip had been detected his family were then called and given the good news that he was safe, sound and ready & waiting to go home after his extended adventure.

Although Shelley was on regular medication for a heart condition before he disappeared, he is in remarkably good condition, has not lost much weight and his heart condition does not appear to have deteriorated although he will need a scan to double check.

Shelley’s family are over the moon to have him home & would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the wonderful lady that took him to be scanned and reunited him home.

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****

                                                                                                                                                                               

Rosie (from Dalmarnock, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Rosie is reunited home after 30 days

Rosie the 1 year old, indoor cat who managed to escape from her home in Dalmarnock on Friday 9 November 2018 was found on Sunday 9 December 2018 & reunited back with her family after her 30 day adventure.

She was found safe & well quite near to home by neighbours who realised that she was looking a little lost and after a bit of detective work they managed to trace her family.

Rosie’s family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the wonderful family that found Rosie and reunited her home.
                                                                                                                                                                         


Thomas (Pollokshields, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Thomas is reunited home after 129 days

Thomas the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Pollokshields on Friday 27 July 2018 has been found & was reunited back with his family on Tuesday 4 December 2018.

He was found roughly 12 streets away from home and had been sheltering from the weather in a shop basement. A lovely lady from the shop had taken him in & after searching through the lost & found posts recognisesd him and contacted his family to let them know htat he was safe & well and ready to go home after his epic adventure

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & also pass on a very special “thank you” to Claire who looked after him and reunited him home x


                                                                                                                                                                             

Oscar (from Yoker)

MORE GOOD NEWS – Oscar is reunited home after nearly 6 months

8-year-old Oscar  who managed to sneak out unnoticed from his new home in in Yoker on Wednesday 30 May 2018 has been reunited back with his family after nearly 6 months of adventure.

He had been found and was handed into the Veterinary Centre on Crow Rd last Monday (26 Nov 2018) where he was scanned for a microchip. His family were then called and given the good news that he was safe & sound and waiting to go home.

It looks as if he had been getting fed somewhere as he is well & healthy and other than a few scratches he is absolutey fine.

Oscar’s family would like to “thank” everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the person that found him and took him to be scanned..

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****

                                                                                                                                                                        


Rajah (from Paisley, Renfrewshire)



GOOD NEWS - Rajah is found after 40 days

Rajah the indoor cat who went missing from his home in Paisley on Monday 15 October 2018 was found earlier today (Saturday 24 November 2018) & is now back home safe and sound with his family after his 40 day adventure.

He had taken up residence in an abandoned building near to home and was eventually coaxed out with food his family had taken for him.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & kept a lookout for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Rajah x
                                                                                                                                                                               

Oscar(Broomhill, Glasgow)



GOOD NEWS - 19 year old Oscar is reunited home

19 year old Oscar who went missing from his home in the Broomhill area of Glasgow on the morning of Tuesday 20 November 2018 has been found and was reunited back with his family on Thursday 22 November 2018.

He was spotted by the occupants of a burger van in South Street about 1.5 miles (!) from home. Their attention was drawn to him when he was attacked by a large dog which picked him up in its mouth. Miraculously, he was left uninjured because he goes completely limp when you pick him up and the dog simply dropped him.

His family collected him from the SSPCA centre in Cardonald this morning, none the worse and wondering what all the fuss was about.

Oscar’s family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Oscar x

                                                                                                                                                                       


GOOD NEWS – Millie has come home after 29 days

10 year old Millie who went missing from her home in the Drumsagard area of Cambuslang on Friday 19 October 2018 surprised her family this afternoon (Saturday 17 November 2018) by returning home after her 29 day adventure.

She has lost a weight but is otherwise well & healthy.

Her family are absolutely delighted at her safe return and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Millie x
                                                                                                                                                    

Tosca (from Killearn)

GOOD NEWS – Tosac has been found after 37 days

7-year-oldTosca who went missing from her home in Killearn on Tuesday 4 September 2018 was reunited back with her family on Sunday 11 November 2018 after her extended adventure.

She was found roughly 6 miles from home in the next village scavenging in bins and taken in by a very kind lady who posted on a local Facebook group.

Her family recognised her immediately and although she has lost a lot of weight she is otherwise healthy and very very happy to be home.

Tosca’s family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for him when she was missing and they would like to also pass on a special “thank you” to the lady that found her and reunited her home.

Welcome home Tosca x 

                                                                                                                                                                          

Tyler (Neilston, Renfrewshire)

GOOD NEWS – Tyler is reunited home after 90 days

Tyler, the indoor cat who went missing from her home in Neilston on Thursday 9 August 2018 has been found safe & well this afternoon (Wednesday 7 November 2018) and is back with her family after her extended adventure.

She had been spotted in Barrhead and when her family went and searched the area she had been seen in and called her name she came out from hiding when she heard them.

Her family are over the moon at having found her and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing

Welcome home Tyler x

                                                                                                                                                                        

Hiccup (from Castlemilk, Glasgow)



GOOD NEWS – Hiccup is reunited home after nealry 4 months

3 year old Hiccup, the indoor cat who went missing from her home in Castlemilk on Saturday 20 June 2018 has been found & was reunited back with her family on Sunday 4 November 2018 after her extended adventure.

She had been visiting residents in the next steet to her home and after a bit of detective work her family were found.

Sadly, Hiccup has been through such a hard time and has had to have teeth out, she has lost so much weight and is anaemic and has been in the vets receiving treatment.

She is absolutely delighted to be home and has settled in well and is receiving loads of cuddles & TLC to help her recover.


Hiccup’s family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Hiccup, our thoughts are with you & we send our love and wish you well x

                                                                                                                                                                        

Gino (from Renfrew)

GOOD NEWS – Gino is reunited home after 33 days

7 year old Gino went missing from his home in Renfrew on Wednesday 19 September 2018 and an extensive search of the area surrounding his home was unsucessful at finding him.

After being missing for 33 days he was found and reunited back with his family on Monday 22 October 2018 after his extended adventure.

He was found roughly a mile or two from home and taken to a vet where he was scanned for a microchip.

His family were then called and given the good news that he was safe & sound and waiting to go home. Gino’s family would like to “thank” everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the person that took him to be scanned.

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family**** 


                                                                                                                                                                         

Millie (Croftfoot, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Millie has been found safe & well

13 year old Millie who went missing from her home in Croftfoot, Glasgow on Friday 31 August 2018 was found on Friday 12 October 2018 and is home with her family after her 42 day adventure.

She had been spotted near her home over the past few days and her family though she had been hiding in someones shed.  After having gained access to the gardens near to home Mille was found safe & well though she has lost weight and is going to the vet for a thorough check up.

Her family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and helped look for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Millie x

                                                                                                                                                                        

Beau (Drumchapel, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Beau has come home

Beau who went missing from his home in Drumchapel on Monday 8 October 2018 surprisd his family on Friday 12 October 2018 by returning home after his 4 day adventure . A wee message from his family below:

Breaking news. Guess who just came home. I’m delighted to tell you all that Beau has come in without a care in the world.

He’s been fed cuddled given treats and is now sitting on my laundry I want to thank each and every one of you for the kindness you have shown me, for sharing and for looking out for him. His sister Belle is also happy to see him and let him get to the treats first ๐Ÿ’•.

Thank you so much and I am so happy he has returned Catherine
                                                                                                                                                                                

Mitzy (from Easterhouse, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Mitzy is reunited home after 148 days

Mitzy the outdoor cat who went missing from her home  in Easterhouse on Wednesday 2 May 2018 has been found safe and well & was reunited back with her family yesterday (Thursday 27 September 2018) 148 days after going missing.

She had made her way to a carwash in Rutherglen where the owner had been feeding & looking out for her.

She had also made friends with a regular visitor to the car wash who managed to get her scanned and once her microchip was detected her family were called and given the good news that Mitzy was ready & waiting to go home.

Mitzy’s family would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the people that had look out for Mitzy and reunited her home.

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****


                                                                                                                                                                     

Sydney (from Rutherglen, Galsgow)

GOOD NEWS – Sidney is reunited home after 51days

Sydney, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in the Stonelaw area of Rutherglen on Wednessday 11 July 2018 was found on Friday 31 August 2018 by a nearby neighbour and  reunited back with her family after her 51 day adventure.

Sadly, she has not had the best of times and is in a pretty poor state and has been admitted into the Vet School Hospital.

Sydney’s family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Sydney, our thoughts are with you too & we send our love and wish you well x

                                                                                                                                                         


Morgan (Langside, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Morgan has been found

18 year old Morgan, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Langside on Monday 6 August 2018 when delivery men were at his home was found  yesterday afternoon  (29 August 2018) and is now back home with his family after his 23 day adventure.

Morgan had been spotted in Lochlea Road, however a search of the area by his family had been unsuccessful at finding him.  A resident in the area had seen him yesterday and manged to get him safely indoors and then contacted his family to let them know she had him.

He is light as a feather and getting blood tests done at the vet but he seems ok apart from the weight loss.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to the reseident who manged to catch him and reunite him home.

Morgan we wish you well & send our love to you x
                                                                                                                                                                            

Dougal (from Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire)

GOOD NEWS – Dougal has returned home after 87 days

12 & ½ year old, Dougal is an indoor cat who escaped from his home in Kilmacolm on Monday 28 May 2018

After being missing for 87 days he stunned his family on Thursday 23 August 2018 by returning home after his extended adventure.

He’s lost a lot of weight but is otherwise well and healthy.

His family are absolutely delighted at his safe return & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post and also “thank” everyone who kept a lookout for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Dougal x

                                                                                                                                                                     


Izzie (Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire)

MORE GOOD NEWS – Izzie has also come home

Izzy is an outdoor cat who ran off after she was chased by a dog in Kilbarchan on Wednesday 4 July 2018.

After being missing for 34 days Izzie surprised her family on Tuesday 7 July 2018 by returning home after her adventure.

She is well but has lost quite a bit of weight and will be getting lots of TLC from her family to help her on her road to recovery

Her family are absolutely delighted at her safe return and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Izzie x

                                                                                                                                                                            

Panda (Paisley, Renfrewshire)

GOOD NEWS – Panda returns home after 10 days

11 month old Panda is an indoor kitten who managed to escape from his home in Paisley on Saturday 28 July 2018.

After being missing for 10 days Panda surprised his family late in the evening on Tuesday 7 August 2018  by returning home safe & sound after his adventure.

His family are absolutely delighted at his safe return and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Panda x

                                                                                                                                                                 


Bella (Simshill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Bella has been found

Bella is an outdoor cat who went missing from her home in the Simshill, area of Glasgow on Tuesday 12 June 2018.

She is a cat that usually stays near to home when out & about and is a shy cat who tends to keep away from strangersand he disappearance was so out of character.

After being missing for 35 days Bella was reunited back with her family on Tuesday 17 July 2018 after someone saw her missing post on facebook and contacted her family to let them know where she was.

Her family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & kept a lookout for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to the wonderful people who recognised Bella and reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                                 

Cleo (from Dalmarnock, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Cleo is reunited home after 37 days

14-year-old Cleo went missing from her new home in Dalmarnock on Sunday 10 June 2018. After being missing for 37 days she was reunited back with her family on Tuesday 17 July 2018

Residents about a street away from where Cleo escaped recognised her from her “missing” posters & managed to entice Cleo in with some food. Once she was safely indoors they contacted her family to let them know that she was safe & sound and waiting to go home.
 
Her family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & kept a lookout for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to the wonderful residents who found Cleo and reunited her home.

Welcome home Cleo x

                                                                                                                                                         

Mac (from Bellahouston, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Mac has been reunited home after 6 months

Mac, is an outdoor, tabby male cat who went missing from his home in the Bellahouston area of Glasgow on Tuesday 16 January 2018.

After being missing for 6 months Mac was found & was reunited back with his family on Monday 16 July 2018.

He was found 1.3 miles away in Cardonald safe, well & healthy after his extended adventure.

His family are over the moon at having him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to thank the wonderful resident who had looked after him till his family were found.

                                                                                                                                                                         

Buzz  (from Ruchill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS - Buzz is reunited home after 54 days

Buzz went missing from his home in Ruchill on Thursday 3 May 2018. His family discovered that he climbed into an Anglian van and was taken to Houston Street in Wishaw where he ran out towards Greenhead Moss Community Nature Park.

A continous search of the area he was last sighted was succesful & he was found safe and well - 52 days - after going missing and was reunited back with his family on Sunday 24 June 2018.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home after his extended adventure and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Buzz x

                                                                                                                                                            

Milo (from Bridgeton, Glasgow)



GOOD NEWS- Milo is reunited home after 4 months

Milo is an outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Bridgeton on Tuesday 6 February 2018.

After being missing for 26 weeks he was reunited back with his family on Monday 18 June 2018, safe, well & healthy after his extened adventure.

He was found in West Lothian & and posted as “found” on another social media site. His family spotted it and knew right away it was him.

Milo’s family are over the moon and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Milo x

                                                                                                                                                               


Millie (Robroyston, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Millie is reunited home after 67 days

Millie is an outdoor, tabby female cat who went missing from her home in Robroyston on Thursday 12 April 2018. An extensive search of the area surrounding her home was unsucessful at finding her but her family never gave up hope of seeing her again.

After being missing from  67 days Millie was  reunited back with her family on Monday 18 June 2018 after her extended adventure.

Someone had been feeding Millie and managed to catch her and take her to a vet to be scanned for a microchip. Her family were then called and given the good news that she was safe & sound and waiting to go home.

Millie’s family are overjoyed to have her home & would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Millie x

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****
                                                                                                                                                                  

 

Tinkerbell (from Maryhill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Tinkerbell is reunited home after 54 days

10 year old Tinkerbell is an outddor cat who went missing from her home in Maryhill on Tuesday 27 March 2018.

After being missing for  54 days she was been found & was reunited home on Sunday 20 May 2018.

She had recently started to visit a garden not far from her home and was recognised as being a “missing” kitty. Once the resident had won her trust they contacted her family to let them know she was safe, well & healthy and waiting to go home.

Her family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and helped look for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to Liz who recognised her and reunited her home. 
                                                                                                                                                                               

Jack (from Balornock, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS –  Jack has come home after his adventure

9 month old Jack is an indoor kitten who went missing from his home in Balornock on Friday 11 May 2018.

After being missing for 5 days he was spotted playing in his back garden & with the help of some tasty treats he was eventually caught on wednesday 16 May 2018 and brought back indoors after his wee adventure.

His family are absolutely delighted at his safe return & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & also “thank” everyone who kept a lookout for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                                                           

Rhonda (from Cambuslang)

GOOD NEWS – Rhonda has been found

Rhonda is an outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Cambuslang on Tuesday 1 May 2018.

She usually didn’t go far from home or out for long and her disappearance was so out of character.

After being missing form11 days she was reunited back with her family on Saturda 12 May 2018 after she was found at B&Q in East Kilbride and was handed in to Taylor’s vets where she was scanned for a microchip. Her family were then called and given the good news that she was safe &  sound and waiting to go home.

Rhonda’s family are overjoyed to have her home & would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Rhonda x

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****

                                                                                                                                                            
Winnie (from Dumbarton)

 

GOOD NEWS – Winnie has come home

2 year old, Winnie went missing from her home in Dumbarton on Tuesday 17 April 2018. After being missing for 13 days she surprised her family on Monday 30 April 2018 by returning home after her adventure.

She was very dirty & very hungry but seems otherwise well and healthy but is going to the vet for a check up just to make sure she is okay.

Her family are absolutely delighted at her safe return and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing.

                                                                                                                                                                           

Rajah (from Paisley, Renfrewshire)

GOOD NEWS - Rajah has been found

Rajah the indoor cat who went missing from his home in Paisley on Friday 6 April 2018 was found earlier today (17 April 2018) & is now back home with his family after his 11 day adventure.

He was hiding under a neighbour's decking a wee distance away and was eventually coaxed out by his family.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & kept a lookout for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                                                           

Starr (from Priesthill, Glasgow)


GOOD NEWS – Starr has been found safe & well

1-year-old Starr is an adventurer who went missing from his home in Priesthilll on Thursday 5 April 2018.

After being missing form 6 days he was reunited back with his family after he was found in Shawlands (nearly 4 miles from home)

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & kept a lookout for him when he was missing.


                                                                                                                                                                               

Rusty (from Baillieston, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Rusty is reunited home after 11 weeks

Rusty who went missing from his home in the new Lowlands Estate in Baillieston on Friday 12 January 2018 has been reunited home with his family on Saturday 31 March 2018 – 11 weeks after going missing.

After doing fresh appeals a lady in Garrowhill contact his family to say that he had been spotted around their area.  

He is safe, well & healthy after his extended adventure and his family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Rusty x

                                                                                                                                                                                 

Starr (Priesthill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Starr is reunited home after 30 days

1-year-old Starr went missing from his home in Priesthilll on Sunday 25 February 2018.

After being missing for 30 days he was reunited back with his family on tuesday 27 March 2018

He was found in Shawlands, nearly 4 miles away & thanks to the power of social media his family were alerted and went and brought him home.

He has lost weight but is otherwise okay and will be going to the vet tomorrow for a check up.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & kept a lookout for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Starr x

                                                                                                                                                                      

Alfie (Parkhead, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Alfie is reunited home after 21 months

Remember Alfie who went missing from his home in Belvedere Village in Parkhead, Glasgow on Wednesday 8 June 2016?

He has been found safe & well and was reunited home with his family this morning (14 March 2018) – 21 months – after going missing.

Alfie had been straying in Rutherglen and had been getting fed by a few people in the area. One of the people he had befriended took him to a vet to be scanned for a microchip.

His family were then called and given the good news that he was safe, sound and ready & waiting to go home after his extended adventure.

Alfie’s’s family are overjoyed to have him home & would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the wonderful person that took him to the vet to be scanned & reunited him home.

Welcome home Alfie x

**** A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family****

                                                                                                                                                              

Angus (Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire)

GOOD NEWS – Angus is reunited home after 23 days

Angus who went missing from his home in Kilbarchan on Tuesday 30 January 2018 has been found & will be getting reunited with his family this evening (22/02/2018).

He was found nearly 26 miles away from his home Eaglesham!

He is safe & well after his 23 day adventure and his family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post and helped look for him when he was missing.


                                                                                                                                                                         

Lola (from the Craigton area of Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Kitten Lola has been found

Lola, the indoor kitten who has managed to escape from her home in the Craigton area of Glasgow on Monday 12 February 2018 has been found and was reunited back with her family on Wednesday 21 February 2018 after her 9 day adventure.

She had been found and taken in by a nearby neighbour who recognised her from the posters her family had put up in the area & they immediately contacted her family to let them know that Lola was safe, well & healthy and waiting to go home.

Her family are absolutely delighted that she has been found and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when she was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the neighbour who reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                                                           


Dinky (Croftfoot, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS –  Dinky has been found safe & well after 42 days

9-year-old Dinky is an indoor cat who has managed to escape from his home in Croftfoot, Glasgow on Sunday 31 December 2017 and an extensive search of the area by his family was unsucessful at finding him.

After being missing for 42 days he was reunited home on Sunday 11 February 2018  after a kind neighbour had spotted him, taken him in and then contacted his family to let them know he was ready & waiting to go home.

He has lost weight but is otherwise well & healthy after his 42 day adventure.

Dinky’s family are overjoyed to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the neighbour that took him in & reunite him home x
                                                                                                                                                                           

Beau (Springburn, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS - Beau has been reunited back with her family

8-month-old Beau is a wee indoor kitty who managed to escape from her home in Springburn on Sunday 4 February 2018

After being missing from nearly 24 hours she was found on Monday 5 February 2018 not far from where she went missing and is safe & well after her adventure.

Beau’s family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and helped look for her when she was missing.

                                                                                                                                                                              

Alfie (Bishopbriggs, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS –  Alfie has been found safe & well

Alfie is an outdoor cat that had went missing from his home in Bishopbriggs on Friday 26 January 2018. He enjoys a wander but he usually does not leave his own garden & his disappearance is was so out of character.


After being missing for 6 days  he was found not far from his home on Thursday 1 February 2018 by a nearby neighbour and is safe, well & healthy after his adventure.

His family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post and helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to the neighbour who found Alfie & reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                                                         

Fudge (Renfrew, Renfrewshire)


GOOD NEWS – Fudge has been found

Fudge is a tri coloured cat who had recently moved to his new home and had recently started to go outside to explore his garden & neighbourhood.  He had went on Sunday 14 January 2018 around 7am & when his family called him in shortly afterwards – he was nowhere to be seen.

2 days later on Tuesday 16 January 2018 Fudge was found safe & well hiding under a shed 5 doors away from his home.

He is now home with his family & currently having a big meal and cuddles and his family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing.
                                                                                                                                                                             


Oliver (Clarkston, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Oliver is reunited home after 35 days

Oliver who went missing from his home in Clarkston, Glasgow between the evening of Saturday 9 December/ morning of Sunday 10 December 2017 has been found and was reunited home with his family earlier today (14/01/2018) after his 35 day adventure.

A nearby neighbour had spotted him and around her garage, let his family know & other than being a little skinny he seems okay.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & and also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.

Welcome home Oliver x

                                                                                                                                                                                


Eva (Dykebar, Paisley)

 

GOOD NEWS – Eva has come home after 73 days

Eva who went missing from her home in Dykebar, Paisley on Monday 30 October 2017 surprised her family earlier today (Friday 12 January 2018) by returning home after her extended adventure. Here’s a wee message from her family:

Sitting in my kitchen and I hear a cat miaowing...
Start shouting there’s a cat in the garden miaowing ... it sounds like Eva
Family think I’m nuts
Look out the window ... call her name
And she comes running ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
EVA THE MISSING CAT IS HOME!!!

My family are ecstatic and so is our cat ... she’s got bite marks and bits of hair missing but she is ok ... THANK YOU EVERYONE who has helped us search and keep an eye out for Eva ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜˜ ... she’s grounded until she turns into a lion ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

                                                                                                                                                                  

Luna (Deaconsbank, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Luna has been found

7 month old Luna had went missing from her home in Deaconsbank on Friday 5 January 2018

She had just started to go outside to explore her garden but she usually didn’t go out for long or far from home and when her family went to check on her she was nowhere to be seen.

After being missing for 4 days she was found on Tuesday 9 Januaury 2018 safe & well a few streets away from her home hiding under a car.

Her family are over the moon at having found her and would like to pass on their "thanks" to everyone who helped look for her when she was missing.