Success stories - Lost & found

Enzi (from Kilsyth)



GOOD NEWS – Enzi returns home after 6 months

Enzi, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Kilsyth on Saturday 19 February 2022 surprised his family around 6pm this evening ( Tuesday 11 October 2022) by appearing home meowing his head off.

He is fine, not injured, is hungry and has a few ticks that will be remove them when he is more settled.

Words can’t describe how happy his family are and they 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 Enzi, if only you could talk what a tale you would have to tell your humans x

                                                                                                                               

Miles (from Pollok)




GOOD NEWS – Miles is reunited home after 8 weeks

Miles, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Pollok on Sunday 7 August 2022 has been found and reunited back with his family this afternoon (Tuesday 4 October 2022) after his 8-week adventure.

He was found not far from home in a large wooded area making him hard to find.

Miles family are over the moon at having their wee one back home with them 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.

                                                                                                                                  


 Snarf (from the Wellhouse area of Glasgow)


GOOD NEWS – Snarf has been found

Snarf, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Wellhouse on Thursday 21 July 2022 was found injured, stuck in a tiny corner of a wall in a neighbours garden this morning (Saturday 23 July 2022).

A wee message from his family as follows: Snarf is otherwise okay, vet said he has gotten off very lucky.

The hard stuff on his paw was chewing gum, but vet has managed to get most of it off.Vet has given him some pain relief to calm him down, were giving him some flea treatment.

Vet said the bang on his mouth has likely been from when he's jumped down because although cats land on their feet, their face also faces down and he's likely smacked his face off the ground. 😞

She's checked him over and said he's got off really lucky with no significant injuries.
Snarf was so brave 🥰 I'm so proud of him.

Again, I can't say thank you enough to all those who looked for him shared his picture and helped us find him.. we owe you a debt we cab never repay but you have restored our faith in humanity.

🙏🥰 just waiting on snarfs medication then he's heading home for a wee sleep.

Massive thank you to PDSA for always doing the best work and squeezing our brave little boy in 🥰

                                                                                                                                 

Thomas (from Linwood)




GOOD NEWS – Thomas is reunited home after 49 days

Thomas, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Linwood on Saturday 2 April 2022 has been found and reunited back with his family earlier today (Saturday 21 May 2022) after his 49-day adventure.

A wee message from his family as follows:

Hi everyone, just to let you all know Thomas is home safe and sound ❤️   a lovely lady took him to a vet away down near faslane and loch lomond. No idea how he ended up there, but he’s home been through the wars and looking very slim lol, but we’re just glad to have back home with us 🥰 thank you to everyone who helped looked for him and share his face around about ❤️ we really appreciate it 😊

                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                      


Rara (from Kings Park)

GOOD NEWS – Rara has been found & reunited home




Rara, who had just moved to his new home in Kings Park and managed to escape after 1 day on Friday 1 April 2022 has been found and was reunited back with his family earlier today (01/05/2022) after his 30 day adventure.

He was found roughly 8 miles from home in Maryhill and seems to be well and healthy after his 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 “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                          


Millie (from Alexandria)



GOOD NEWS – Millie has been found

1-year-old Millie, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Alexandria on Saturday 16 April 2022 was found yesterday evening (23 April 2022) and is now back with her family.

She was spotted on Queen Margaret Drive and when her family searched the area they found her in the woods at the back of Christie park.

Millie has lost weight but is otherwise well and healthy after her 7-day adventure.

Her family are absolutely delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & also “thank” everyone who kept a lookout for her when she was missing.


                                                                                                                  


Elvis (from Mansewood, Glasgow)



GOOD NEWS – Elvis has been found & reunited home after 31 days

Elvis who managed to escape from his new home in Mansewood when the back door was blown open by a gust of wind on Sunday 13 March 2022 was found earlier this evening and reunited back with his family.

He was found roughly 1 mile away from home after he had taken up residence in a residents shed.

He has lost some weight but is otherwise well and healthy after his 31 day adventure.

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


                                                                                                                            

Devil (from Robroyston)




GOOD NEWS – Devil is reunited home after 195 days

3-year-old Devil, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Robroyston on Monday 20 September 2021 was found safe and well yesterday afternoon (03/03/2022)and reunited back with his family.

He was found roughly 12 miles from home in Paisley and taken to a vet to be scanned by the family who found him. His family were then called and given the good news that he was safe & sound and waiting to go home after his extended adventure.

Devil’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 family 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****


                                                                                                                                          

AJ (from Pollok)


GOOD NEWS – AJ is reunited home after 7 weeks

5 & ½ year-old AJ, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Pollok on Friday 28 January 2022 was found safe & well yesterday (Saturday 19 March 2022) and reunited back with his family.

Message from his family as follows:

Hi just to let you know that we found A.J today after 7 weeks 🐈‍❤️ lovely lady contacted us via Next door post. We took him to his vet but he is well and fine. Currently sleeping on his favourite human’s bed 🐈‍🙏🏻🐈‍ very grateful to everyone for all your help and sharing 🐈‍

                                                                                                          


Sox (from Cathcart)



GOOD NEWS – Sox is reunited home after 217 days

13 & ½ year-old Sox who went missing from his holiday home in Cathcart on Saturday 31 July 2021 has been found safe and well and was reunited back with his family yesterday evening (Saturday 5 March 2022).

For the past week he had been frequenting a garden roughly 1 mile from where he had escaped from and the resident realised that he wasn’t a resident cat.

After being scanned by a volunteer scanner his family were called and given the good news that he was ready & waiting to go home after his extended adventure.

Sox’s family are absolutely delighted & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post and kept a look out for him when he was missing and also pass on a special “thank you” to the resident that reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                     


Jelly (from Shawlands)

GOOD NEWS – Jelly has returned home after 18 days

Jelly, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Shawlands on Wednesday 9 February 2022 surprised her family this afternoon (sUNDAY 27 February 2022)  by reappearing in the garden after 18 days.

She’s well fed, clean and healthy so no doubt adopted someone during the storms.

Her family are over the moon at her safe return and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & also “thank” everyone who kept a lookout for her when she was missing.

                                                                                                                        

 

Sophie (from Kelvingrove)



GOOD NEWS – Sophie is reunited home after 7 months

Sophie went missing from her home in Kelvingrove on the evening of Wednesday 28 July 2021 has been found and reunited back with her family yesterday evening (10/02/2022) after 7 months of adventure.

As you may remember Sophie was an indoor cat, only ocassionally going outdoors to sit in the sun and on the day she went missing she had got spooked and took off in fright. Her family followed her to Kelvingrove Park, she then swam over the river and climb out the water on the other side near the Prince of Wales Bridge.

Months and months went by with her family searching for her and never giving up hope of seeing her again and then they got the call they had been waiting for – she had been sighted.

A lovely lady noticed her living in her shed (but couldn't get to her) so she started feeding her to build up trust. Yesterday they managed to catch her and called her family to let them know she was ready to go home.

She's amazingly fine, just a wee bit skinnier and will be getting lots of tlc to help her settle in.

Sophie’s family are overjoyed to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and looked out for her when she was missing and they would like to pass on a very sincere “thank you” to the wonderful lady that reunited her home.


                                                                                                                                                     


Dexter (from Govan)

YEAH! GOOD NEWS - 16-year-old Dexter has been found

Dexter, the 16-year-old, indoor cat who went missing form his home in Govan on Wednesday 26 January 2022 was found safe and well yesterday afternoon and reunited back with his family.

He was found not far from home by a neighbour who recognised him from his missing posters and they contacted his family to let them know he was safe, sound & waiting to go home after his 14 day adventure.

His family are absolutely delighted to have their wee one back home with them & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & kept a look out for him when he was missing and also pass on a special “thank you” to the wonderful neighbour who reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                                

Cleo (from Muirend)


GOOD NEWS – Cleo is reunited home after 42 days

Cleo, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Muirend on Tuesday 28 December 2021 has been found safe and well and was reunited back with her family earlier today (08/02/2022) after she was found in Clarkston.

Her family are overjoyed to have her home after her extended 42 day adventure and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and kept a look out for her when she was missing and they would like to pass on a special “thank you” to the lovely lady that reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                                                

Yoda (from Hillington)


GOOD NEWS – Yoda has returned home after 15 days

2-year-old Yoda, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Hillington on Saturday 25 December 2021 surprised his family this evening (09/01/2022) by returning home safe & sound after his 15 day adventure.

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

                                                                                                                                          

Sebastian (from Kirkintilloch)

 

GOOD NEWS – Sebastian has returned home after 19 days

Sebastian, who was picked up by a neighbours carer on Saturday 17 December 2021 from his home in Kirkintilloch as she though he was her friends cat and was then let out of the car when he went into panic mode -  surprised his family yesterday evening ( Wednesday 5 January 2022) by retuning home safe & sound after his 19 day adventure.

A wee message from his family as follows:

Hi, just to update everyone who has been on the lookout for Sebastian – he returned home this evening (Wednesday 5 January 2022) after being sighted in the Hillhead area of Kirkintilloch.  He seems none the worse for wear but I truly think he is glad to be home. He hasn’t left me since I brought him in!