Success stories - Lost & found

Noah (from Dumbreck, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS - Noah has come home

4-year-old, Noah, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in the Dumbreck area of Glasgow on Tuesday 11 June 2019 surprised his family on Sunday 23 June 2019 by returning home after his 12 day adventure.  Here is a wee message from his family:

The wanderer has returned!!!! Wailing at the door to be let in, a little skinny and dirty but purring away and wanting cuddles. 💜

Thank you so much to everyone who has helped over the last two weeks.

The support has been incredible xxx

                                                                                                                                                           

Bae (from Mosspark, Glasgow)

MORE GOOD NEWS – Bae has returned home after 17 days

Bae the outdoor female cat who went missing from her home in the Mosspark area of Glasgow on Wednesday 29 May 2019 surprised her family this morning (15.06.2019)  by returning home after her extended adventure.

She has lost alot 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 & kept a lookout for her when she was missing.

Welcome home Bae x

                                                                                                                                  

Bitzi (from Summerston)

GOOD NEWS – Bitzi has come home

2-year-old, Bitzi the indoor cat who went missing from his home in Summerstonon Sunday 26 May 2019 surprised his family on Sunday 9 June 2019 by returning home safe & sound after his 14 day adventure.

His family are delighted at his safe return 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 Bitzi x

                                                                                                                                                                      

Charlie (from Carntyne, Glasgow)


GOOD NEWS – Charlie has come home

7 year old Charlie who went missing from her home in Carntyne on Thursday 11 April 2019 surprised her family yesterday evening by returning home after her 30 day adventure.

She has lost a lot of weight and is covered in cuts and has been booked into the vet for a thorough check up.

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

Charlie, we send our love & wish you well x

                                                                                                                                                      


Ringo (from Carntyne, Glasgow)


GOOD NEWS - Ringo has come home

14 year old Ringo who went missing from his his new home in Carntyne on Monday 8 April 2019 surprised his family yesterday (Saturday 4 May 2019) by returning home after his 26 day adventure.

He has lost a lot of weight and is lapping up well needed cuddles but seems otherwise okay and will be going to the vets for a check up just to make sure.

His family are absolutely delighted at his safe return 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.

                                                                                                                                         


Charlie (from North Kelvinside, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS - Charlie has been found

9-year-old Charlie who went missing from his home in North Kelvinside on Saturday 20 April 2019 was found last night (Sunday 28 April 0219)  & reunited back with his family.

He’d managed to get locked in an empty flat near to home and other than being  very hungry and a bit dusty he is otherwise well & healthy after his 8 day adventure.

His family are 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.

                                                                                      

Peppa (from Bridgeton, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Peppa is reunited home after 10 months

3-year-old Peppa, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home near Bridgeton Main Street on Tuesday 26 June 2018 has been found & was reunited back with his family yesterday evening - 26 April 2019 – 10 months after going missing.

3 weeks ago he started to appear at a workplace roughly 10 mins from his home & one of the workers posted on facebook about him.  He was then scanned and his family were called and given the good news that he was waiting to go home after his extended adventure.

He is safe, well & healthy and has put on weight since he left home and where he has been prior to turning up at the workplace is a total mystery that only he knows the answer to.

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

Welcome home Peppa 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**** 

                                                                                                                                         

Leo (from Bishopbriggs)

GOOD NEWS – Leo returns home after 15 days

Leo who went missing from his home in Bishopbriggs on Monday 25 March 2019 surprised his family on Tuesday 9 April 2019 by returning hoem safe, well & healthy after his 15 day adventure. Here is a wee message from his family:

Hi, wanted to let you know I got a fabulous surprise today as Leo found his way home to us.  He was asleep on the bed when I got home from work!

We don’t know where he’s been (in spite of many kind people keeping an eye out and a good few reported sightings) and he’s lost a lot of weight but he seems otherwise ok 😁 Really didn’t think this was how things would be resolved after 15 days but we couldn’t be happier!

Can you please pass on my thanks to everyone who offered advice and sympathy.

Many thanks, Jennifer


                                                                                                                                                                           


Heisy  (from Cardonald, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Heisy has come home

Heisy who went missing from his new home in Cardonald on Wednesday 27 March 2019 surprised his family on Sunday 7 April 2019 by returning home safe & sound after his 11 day adventure.

His family scattered some of the contents of their hoover cylinder around their garden a couple of days ago & the scent seemed to done the trick and help him find his way home.

His family are delighted at his safe return 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 Heisy x

                                                                                                                                         


Pippa (from Priesthill)

GOOD NEWS – Pippa is found in Cumbernauld!

Pippa who went missing from her home in Priesthill on Tuesday 19 March 2019 was found earlier today (Monday 1 April 2019)  in Cumbernauld and has now been reunited back with her family after her extended adventure.

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

Welcome home Pippa x

                                                                                                                                                                      

Gus (from Baillieston)

MORE GOOD NEWS - Gus has also been found

10-year-old Gus who went missing from his home in Baillieston was also reunited back with his family yesterday (29/03/19) – 10 days after going missing.

He had found another local to feed him and spent the past 10 days being pampered and only when they seen his missing post hey realised the stray they had taken in was infact not a stray at all and contacred his family to let them know where he was.

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.

Welcome home Gus x

                                                                                                                                                                           

Pedro (from Clydebank)

 

MORE GOOD NEWS – Pedro has been found

 

Pedro who went missing from his home in Hardgate on Friday 22 March 2019 was found yesterday (28/03/19) and reunited back with his family after his 6 day adventure. Wee message from his family as follows:

 

Hi there, YES!! ☺☺ Pedro was found this afternoon by staff at Kilbowie Primary school. He was in the carpark all day and they were feeding him. And a total miracle happened...One of our neighbours in the next street behind us who'd been helping us look for Pedro (who just so happens to work at kilbowie primary!) found out he was there, she recongnised him straight away and alerted us.

 

They took him to Boyce and Houston Vets where we were reunited with him. He's back home now. Very hungry and a little jumpy when we first brought him home but he's settling in and getting lots of cuddles and he is definitely relieved to be back home!!

 

Thanks so much to everyone who shared his post and kept a lookout for him when he was missing  we are so glad to have him back xxx


                                                                                                                        


Leo (from Clarkston, Glasgow)



GOOD NEWS – Leo has been found

10 year old , outdoor cat Leo who went missing from his home in Clarkston on Monday 25 February 2019 was reunited back with his family earlier today after his 23 day adventure.

Here is a wee update from his family:

Leo was found on 20th March 2019, having been spotted coming for cat food in a nearby garden at a set time of early evening.

Lost a bit of weight, but clean as can be. Had  to do a fair bit of persuasion to coax him to come to us.

Thanks to everyone for their help x

                                                                                                                                                       


Sophie (from Scotstoun)

GOOD NEWS - Sophie is reunited home after 26 days

13 yr old Sophie who went missing from her home in Scotstoun on Monday 11 February 2019 has been found and was reunited back with her family on Friday 9 March 2019

She was found near to home by a resident who realised she wasn’t a regular visitor to their garden & after winning her trust she was taken to the 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 after her 26 day adventure.

Sophie’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 and they would also like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the resident that reunited her home.

Welcome home Sophie 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****

                                                                                                                                                                            


Ollie (from Hyndland, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Ollie has been found safe & well

9 year old Ollie who went missing from his home in Hyndland on Saturday 23 Februaury 2019 was found on Wednesday 27 February 2019 stuck down a steep drop between a wall and a basement flat not too far from home.

Other than being extremely hungry he is well & healthy after his 4 day adventure.

His family are so relieved 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 Ollie x


                                                                                                                                                                      



George (from Priesthill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – George returns home after 12 days

1 & ½ year old, George who went missing from his home in Priesthill on Tuesday 12 February 2019 surprised his family at 6am on the morning of Sunday 24 February 2019 by returning home after his 12 day adventure.

Other than being extremely hungry he is well & healthy.

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

                                                                                                                                                             

Joey (from Queenzieburn, Kilsyth)

GOOD NEWS – Joey is reunited home after 4 & ½ months

Joey who went missing from his home in Kilsyth on Monday 1 October 2018 has been found and was reunited back with his family on Saturday 16 February 2019 after 4 & ½ months of adventure.

He had been straying at a nearby village and someone managed to catch him and scan him and then called his family to give them the good news that he was safe, well & healthy and waiting to go home.

Joey’s family are over the moon and 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****

                                                                                                                                                                              

Garfield (from Kelvindale, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Garfield is reunited home after 34 days

Garfield who went missing from his home in the Kelvindale area of Glasgow on Sunday 23 December 2018 has been found and was reunited home with his family on Saturday 26 January 2019.

Someone saw his missing post and messaged his family to say that he had been spotted roughly a 5 minute walk away from his home.

He's lost a bit of weight but is otherwise wlll & 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 & helped look for him when he was missing and they would also like to pass on a special “thank you” to the person who recognised him and reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                                                         

Charlie (from Cranhill, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Charlie is reunited home after over 4 years

6-year-old Charlie who went missing from his new home in Cranhill on Friday 10 October 2014 has been found and was reunite back with his family on Tuesday 22 January 2019 after his extended adventure.

Two weeks ago he had started to visit a resident roughly 1.3 miles from where he went missing and after posting a “found” post on facebook Charlie’s family were found.

He had been scavenging in bins for food & has put on a lot of weight plus he has a sore mouth which looks lika an abscess has burst. His family are taking him to the vet for a full check up just to make sure he is okay.

A wee message from Charlie’s family as follows:

My baby is home. He slept by my side the whole night and ive been getting my kisses and cuddles again like i used to. I cannot thank everyone enough for looking out for him and making it possible for my boy to get home to his family. 4 years and 4 months I have searched and cried.

An amazing outcome and a fantastic start to my new year. Xxx