Archive 2014

 Lorie (Cambuslang, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – LORIE IS HOME. Lorie is an independat, outdoor female Siamese cat who went missing from her home in Cambuslang, Glasgow on Wednesday 10 December 2014. Lorie usually goes out for two to three hours at a time and then returned home after her wander, however, when Lorie had went out on Wednesday the weather had been dry but then it started to rain quite heavily with a mixture of sleet & the strong winds built up and Lorie never returned home. After being missing for 11 days Lorie surprised her family by returning home on Sunday 21 December 2014 safe and well though she has lost quite a bit of weight but she will be getting lots & lots of love and cuddles from her family to help her to recovery. Lorie’s family are over the moon that she is home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing. Welcome home Lorie x


Jake from the Carnwardric/ Thornliebank area of Glasgow




GOOD NEWS – JAKE HAS COME HOME. Jake is a 17-month-old black male cat who has been known to wander & has on occasion disappeared for 15hrs at a time but he always came home after his little adventure. At 7.00am on Sunday 14 December 2014 he went out as usual but never returned home. After being missing for 36hrs he returned home on Monday 15 December 2014 – safe well & healthy although cover from head to tail in mud and soaking wet. Where he has been will remain a total mystery but the main thing is - he is home. Jake’s family are delighted he is safe & sound and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.

 


 Jess (Knightswood, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS - JESS HAS BEEN FOUND. Jess is a 5-year-old black female cat who had just moved to her new home when she managed to escape on Tuesday 11 November 2014. After 24 days of adventure Jess was reunited back home with her family on Friday 5 December 2014 – safe, well & healthy after being found in a garden not far from her home. Jess’s family are absolutely delighted that she has been found and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing .


Murdo (Hyndland, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS TO SHARE – MURDO IS BACK HOME SAFE & SOUND. Murdo is a 3-year-old, handsome, grey tabby male cat who went missing from his home in Hyndland, Glasgow on Thursday 27 November 2014. He had went out for his daily wander but never returned home. After being missing for 7 days Murdo surprised his family by returning home at tea time on Thursday 4 December 2014 – safe, well & healthy (although he has lost some weight) after his adventure. Murdo’s family are over the moon that he is home and would like “Thank" everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.

Ziggy (Cathcart, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – ZIGGY HAS BEEN FOUND AND IS REUNITED BACK WITH HIS FAMILY. Ziggy is a large, distinct looking silver tabby male cat who went missing from his home in Cathcart, Glasgow on Friday 14 November 2014. He is an independent outdoor cat who enjoys exploring his territory but he never went out for more than an hour at a time and then he returned home. After being missing for 6 days Ziggy was found safe, well & healthy close to his home by a neighbour on Thursday 20 November 2014. Once home he had a good hearty meal then settled down and went to sleep as if he had never been away. Ziggy’s family are delighted to have him back home would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Ziggy when he was missing.

Henri (Battlefield, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – HENRI HAS BEEN FOUND & IS NOW BACK HOME. Henri is a 9-month-old black & white female kitten that loves the outdoor life but she usually went out for an hour at a time and then returned home after her wander. On 29 October 2014 Henri had went out as usual but she never returned home. After being missing for 14 days she was reunited back home on Wednesday 12 November 2014 – safe, well & healthy – after being found a good distance away from her home. A family had seen her “lost” poster on a lamp post and recognised her as their wee visitor that they had been feeding over the past few days. Henri’s family are delighted that her home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the wonderful family who reunited her back home.


Lexi (Knightswood, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – AFTER 19 DAYS LEXI IS REUNITED BACK HOME WITH HER FAMILY. Lexi is an independent outdoor cat who never tended to wander far from home & liked to pop in and out during the day to see if there were any tasty treats on offer. On Sunday 19 October 2014 Lexi had went out for her usual wander but never returned home. After being missing for 19 days Lexi was reunited back home with her family on Saturday 8 November 2014 after a family that that seen her “lost” poster in a shop recognised her as being a visitor to their garden. The family managed to entice Lexi into their kitchen & then called her family to let them know that she was safe and well and waiting to go home. Lexi has lost quite a lot of weight during her time away and her family have let us know that she will be getting lots & lots of love and cuddles to help her on her road to recovery. Lexi’s family are over the moon to have her back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the family who recognised her and reunited her back home.

Alfie (Govan/ Drumoyne in Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – ALFIE IS HOME. Alfie is a 14-month-old black male cat who went missing from his home in the Govan/ Drumoyne area of Glasgow on Tuesday 28 October 2014. Alfie is an independent outdoor cat who loves exploring his territory but he always returned home after his wander. After being missing for 8 days Alfie was reunited back home with his family on Wednesday 5 November 2014 after being found wandering in an area roughly 15 mins away from home. He is safe, well & healthy after his 8 day adventure and is now curled up, fast asleep, in his favourites spot as if he had never been away. Alfie’s family are delighted that he is back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.


 

 Fran (Penilee, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – FRAN IS REUNITED BACK WITH HIS FAMILY. Fran went missing from Penilee in Glasgow on Sunday 14 September 2014 after managing to escape from a relatives house when no-one was looking.  After being missing for 4 & a half weeks Fran was reunited back home with his family on Friday 17 October 2014 after being found a few streets away from where he went missing from. Fran was quite scruffy & very thin when found and there is a possibility that he may have been locked in somewhere without anyone realising that he was there. Fran’s family have let us know that Fran is being spoiled rotten and getting lots & lots of TLC and he should be back to his old self within the next couple of weeks. Fran’s family are delighted Fran has been found & is back home and would like “Thank” everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.


Bruno (Maryhill, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – BRUNO HAS BEEN FOUND. Bruno is a 3-year-old black & white male cat who is predominately an indoor cat, however he liked to venture outside to the back garden and was content to sit and watch the world go by. On Sunday 12 October 2014 Bruno had went out to stretch his paws and get some fresh air and we think either a loud noise or some strange unknown sound spooked Bruno and he fled the garden. After being missing for 5 days Bruno was reunited back home with his family very late in the evening on Friday 17 October safe, well & healthy after his adventure. Bruno had been found wandering in Garrioch Drive (which is not too far from his home) and someone phoned the SSPCA who in turn took Bruno to Vets Now. After being scanned Bruno’s family were called and given the good news that Bruno had been found. Bruno’s family & friends are delighted Bruno is back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.

Felix (Kilsyth, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – FELIX IS BACK HOME SAFE & SOUND. Felix is an 18-month-old black & white male cat who has just recently started to venture outdoors and was still getting used to all the new scents that are around. Usually he was content to explore the nearby neighbouring gardens and was back home within a couple of hours, however, on Saturday 4 October 2014 Felix had went out as usual but did not return home. After being missing for nearly 4 days, Felix surprised his family by returning home by himself early in the morning on Wednesday 8 October 2014 safe, well & healthy after his adventure. Felix’s family are delighted that he is back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Felix when he was missing.

TJ (Kinning Park, Glasgow)










 

GOOD NEWS – TJ HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE & WELL. TJ is a 9-year-old indoor white & black male cat who managed to escape from his home in in Kinning Park, Glasgow on Friday 19 September 2014. TJ sometimes goes out to explore his shared close but he never ventured any further than the landing below. On Friday joiners had been fixing the internal flat door when TJ had went for his wee wander and somehow TJ managed to slip by them. After being missing for 3 days was reunited back home on Monday 22 September 2014 after his family found him hiding in thick bushes near his home. He was hiding right against a fence in the thick bushes but his family managed to coax him through a broken bit of the fence from the other side. He is a bit dirty but safe and happy to be home. TJ’S family are delighted to have him back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for TJ when he was missing.



Timmy (Penilee, Glasgow)











MORE GOOD NEWS – TIMMY IS HOME. After being missing for 16 days -Timmy, an 18-month-old indoor tabby male cat who managed to escape when no-one was looking - returned back home earlier today by himself (Sunday 21 September 2014) after being missing since Friday 5 September 2014. His family who have let us know that he is safe & well and now cuddled up in his bed after his adventure. Timmy’s family are delighted he is home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.


Loki (Summerston, Glasgow)










 

GOOD NEWS – LOKI IS REUNITED BACK HOME WITH HIS FAMILY. Loki is a 4-year-old tabby & white male cat who had recently moved to his new home in Summerston, Glasgow and had just started to go outside to explore his new surroundings. Loki was last seen on Wednesday 3 September 2014 fighting with another cat and when his family went to get him - he ran off in the opposite direction of his house and had not been seen since. After being missing for 16 days Loki was reunited back home with his family on Friday 19 September 2014 safe, well & healthy after his adventure. Loki had been found wandering near the main road next to Summerston train station by two wonderful ladies who realised that something was not quite right and that he looked distressed and lost. They took him home and looked after him until they managed to trace his family through the Cat Protection facebook page. Loki’s family are over the moon to have him home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Loki when he was missing and also “Thank You” to Stephanie & Rebecca who found him and looked after him until his family were found.


Angus(Langside, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – ANGUS HAS BEEN FOUND.  Angus is a 4-year-old grey tabby male cat who has been missing from his home in Langside, Glasgow since Monday 1 September 2014. Angus is an outdoor cat – who had went out as usual in the evening & when his family opened the front door to let him in - he shot straight in through the front door and disappeared right out the cat flap at the back. It was windy that night and we think that Angus may have got a bit over excited with the wind & spooked himself. After being missing for nearly three weeks Angus was reunited back home with his family on Thursday 18 August 2014 after his family received a phone call from Vets n’ Pets in Newton Mearns to say that he had been found. He had been handed in to them by a woman who had been feeding him for over 3 weeks in her garden in Crookfur/ Newton Mearns which is roughly 4 miles away from his home. He is safe, well & healthy after his adventure and has been not stopped purring since being reunited back home. Angus’s family are delighted to have him home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Angus when he was missing and also “Thank You” to the lovely lady who had been feeding him, took him to the vet & help reunited him back home.


Mac (Robroyston, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – MAC HAS BEEN FOUND & IS NOW BACK HOME AFTER 108 DAYS. Mac is big handsome, friendly cat that is very inquisitive and has to investigate anything that is new in his neighbourhood. On Sunday 11 May 2014 Mac managed to hitch a lift in a van that was delivering a bouncy castle to his home in Briarcroft Drive in Robroyston, Glasgow. The vans next stop was in Machan Road in Larkhall and Mac has been seen in Machan Road numerous times near to where the delivery van’s next stop had been. Mac’s family along with the help of a number of residents within Machan Road, tried everything to catch him but he was always one step ahead and avoided being caught. On Thursday 11 September 2014 Mac’s family got a call from a vet to say that Mac had been found and was safe, well & healthy and would they like to come and collect him – when they asked where he was – the vet replied – in Lenzie!!!!! How Mac ended up in Lenzie is a complete mystery to everyone. He was spotted in the garden of a resident in Lenzie a couple weeks ago and after winning his trust she managed to catch him & take him to the vet to be scanned for his microchipped.  After that everything happened so fast and Mac was back home that very night after 108 days of exploring the best part of Scotland. Mac’s family would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Mac when he was missing, especially the wonderful residents in Machan Road and also “Thank You” to the lovely lady in Lenzie who noticed him in her garden & managed to catch him, get him to the vet & reunited him back home.
Charlie (North Kelvinside, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – CHARLIE IS BACK HOME SAFE & SOUND AFTER 21 DAYS. Charlie is a 5-year-old black & white male cat who went missing from his home in North Kelvinside in Glasgow on Saturday 23 August 2014. Charlie is an independent outdoor cat who loves going out and about during the day but he never wandered far and was always home before night time. On Saturday 23 August Charlie had went as usual but he never returned back home. After being missing for 21 days, Charlie was reunited back home with his family on Sunday 14 September 2014 – safe & well after being found in Bearsden! A lovely couple in Bearsden had spotted him in their garden and started to feed him. After looking through various “Lost Cat” sites – they recognised that Charlie was indeed missing from his home. The family drove out to Charlie’s home area, seen the missing posters that his family had put up, got their contact number from them & called to let them know the good news that Charlie had been found. Charlie has lost a fair bit of weight and has a cut on his head but otherwise seems okay. His family have let us know that Charlie will be getting lots & lots of love and cuddles to help him on his road to recovery and given time he should be back to his usual mischievous self. Charlie’s family are delighted to have Charlie home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing and also “Thank You” to the wonderful family who fed him, looked after him and reunited him back home.

Twinkle (Jordanhill, Glasgow)









 

GOOD NEWS – TWINKLE IS HOME. This handsome gentleman had started to visit residents in Jordanhill, Glasgow around the 16 August 2014. He was very wary & watched everything that was going on round about him but he liked to keep himself to himself. A very kind, caring neighbour within the area had noticed that he was a newcomer to the area & that he was in need of urgent help. After winning his trust they managed to catch him and bring him into CP care - where he was when his family contacted us. We are delighted to let you know that he was reunited back home with his family on Monday 1 September 2014 after being missing from his home in Faifley, Clydebank since 24 March 2014. His name is Twinkle, he is 10 years-old and how he ended up in Jordanhill is a complete mystery to everyone. It was a very happy, emotional reunion all around when everyone was reunited back together and we are delighted to hear that Twinkle has settled back without any bother and is improving daily with lots and lots of TLC from his family. Twinkle’s family are overjoyed to have Twinkle home and they would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing and also a massive “Thank You” to the wonderful lady that realised he was in need of help, looked after him & helped reunite him back with his family.



Poppy (Partick, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – POPPY IS HOME. Poppy is a 6-month-old kitten who managed to escape from her home in Partick, Glasgow on Saturday 30 August 2014. There had been a couple of sighting of her in the area but when her family checked the area she was nowhere to be seen. Happily, Poppy was reunited back home late in the evening on Monday 1 September 2014 – safe, well & healthy after being found in the kitchen of a nearby neighbour. Poppy had followed a resident cat home and had seen it disappear through it’s catflap. Thinking that that this looked like fun – she followed - and sat patiently in the kitchen alongside the resident cat waiting to get fed. The family got a bit of a shock to find two cats waiting to get fed but thankfully they recognised Poppy from the posters that had been put up in the area & called her family to let them know she was okay. Poppy’s family are over the moon that Poppy is home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Poppy when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the kind neighbour who reunited her back home with her family.
Misha (Maryhill, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – MISHA HAS BEEN FOUND. Misha is a 4-year-old blue/ grey Scottish Fold female cat who went missing from her home in Maryhill in Glasgow on Sunday 31 August 2014. Misha is predominately an indoor cat, however, when the weather is dry she enjoys sitting outside in the back garden and enjoys watching what is happening around her. Misha was last seen around 1.00pm & when her family looked out 10 minutes later she was gone. After being missing for two days Misha was reunited back with her family on Tuesday 2 September 2014  after being discovered in a nearby neighbours recycling bin after having accidently fallen in. Misha is safe, well & healthy after her escapade and after tucking into a big hearty dinner this evening – settled down and went fast to sleep. Misha’s family are delighted to have her back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Misha when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the neighbour who found her and reunited her back home.

Meghan (Carntyne, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – MEGHAN IS HOME AFTER 58 DAYS. Meghan is an 18-year-old tabby and white female cat who went missing from her home in Carntyne, Glasgow on Thursday 26 June 2014. Meghan is an older lady who is content with life and loves to go into the garden and watch the world go by. On Thursday Meghan had went out around 1pm for some fresh air and had not been seen since. After 56 days Meghan, was reunited back with her family after a neighbour within the area that Meghan stays noticed her in their garden & realising that she needed help - won her trust and managed to get her indoors. After checking all the “lost” cat sites Meghan was recognised on the Cat Protection WEB Page and was reunited back with her family on Saturday 23 August 2014 safe, well & healthy after her adventure. Words cannot describe how Meghan’s family felt when the family were all reunited back together and they would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Meghan when she was missing and also a massive “Thank You” to the wonderful family who took her in, looked after her and reunited her back home.
Blade (Bridgeton, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – BLADE IS BACK HOME SAFE & SOUND .Blade is a 1-year-old indoor tabby male cat who managed to escape from his home in Bridgeton, Glasgow on Friday 22 August 2014. After being missing for 6 days Blade was found not far from his home by some wonderful residents within the area who recognised him from the posters that had been put up for him. Not long after being found he was reunited back home safe, well & healthy after his adventure. Blade’s family are overjoyed that he is back home and along with all at Glasgow Cat Protection would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Blade when he was missing and also “Thank You” to the residents who reunited him back home.
Jess (Easterhouse, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – JESS HAS BEEN FOUND. Jess is an 11-month-old indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Easterhouse, Glasgow on Sunday 24 August 2014. After being missing for 4 days, Jess was reunited back home after being found by his family just after 11.00pm on Thursday 28 August 2014 wandering down the street not far from his home. He is safe, well and healthy after his adventure and after a good feed he settled down and went to sleep. Jess’s family are delighted to have him back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Jess when he was missing.


 

 Senji (Springburn, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – SENJI HAS BEEN REUNITED BACK WITH HER FAMILY. Senji is an 8-year-old indoor marbled Bengal female cat who managed to escape from her home in Springburn, Glasgow on Sunday 20 July 2014 when no-one was looking. After being missing for 36 days Senji was reunited back with her family on Monday 25 August 2014 after being found living rough down by the college in Springburn, just off Ayr Street...where she was missing from. The janitor down at the college had been feeding her. Due to works going on in the area a lady at the college was scared in case Senji got injured and took her home. The lady looked through various sites - recognised that Senji was missing - managed to contact her family - and reunited Senji back home safe & sound on the very day she had took her home. Senji’s family are delighted to have Senji back home and have let us know that Senji has settled in without any bother. They would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Senji when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the lady who took her home & reunited her back with her family.


Bobby (Pollok, Glasgow)










GOOD NEWS – BOBBY IS HOME. Bobby missing from his home in Pollok, Glasgow since Sunday 20 July 2014 was reunited back with his family on Sunday 24 August 2014 after being found in Govan. Bobby is an 8-year-old ginger and white male cat who enjoys the outdoor life but he never went far and always popped in and out of the house just to let his family know he was okay. On 20 July he had went out as normal but never returned home. Bobby’s family never gave up looking for him & when the were informed that a cat matching his description had been seen in Govan, they went immediately to the area, spent a full day waiting for him to show up and their patience was rewarded when Bobby showed up and jumped straight into the arms of his Dad. Bobby has been to the vet for a check up and is well & healthy after his adventure. He is now settling back home and getting lots of love & cuddles from his family who are over the moon that he has been found. Bobby’s family would like “Thank” everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing and also say “Thank You” to the lovely lady who fed him & looked after him until his family were found.


 

 Cuddles (Balornock, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – CUDDLES HAS BEEN FOUND. Cuddles is an 8 -year-old tortoishell female cat who is a super friendly, sociable cat who loves company and enjoys being the centre of attention. Cuddles went missing from her home in Balornock, Glasgow on Thursday 14 August 2014. After seven days of adventure Cuddles was reunited back with her family on Thursday 21 August 2014 - safe, well & healthy after being found not that far from home. She had been looked after and fed by a neighbour until her family were found. Cuddles family are overjoyed to have her back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the neighbour who looked after her until she was reunited back home.


Izzy (Wykeham Road, Scotstounhill, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – IZZY IS HOME. Izzy is an 8-year-old tabby & white female cat who had just recently moved to her new home with her family and managed to slip out on Thursday 7 August 2014 when a door was opened. After being missing for 12 days, Izzy was reunited back home with her family on Tuesday 19 August after it was discovered that she had set up a temporary home “under” her next door neighbours shed.  She was eventually coaxed out with some mouth watering chicken & other than being a little thinner, she is safe, well & healthy after her adventure. Izzy’s family are delighted to have Izzy back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.

St Kilda Drive (Jordanhill, Glasgow)











This lovely lady who has been visiting residents in St Kilda Drive in Jordanhill, Glasgow since 1 August 2014. She is an older lady, very friendly and affectionate and enjoys company and was quite happy to roll around in the sunshine in the garden of one of the residents who realised that she was not a local cat and looked a little lost. We are delighted to let you know that she was reunited back home with her family on Tuesday 12 August after being spotted on the CP WEB “Found” page by her family. She is a spritely 17-year-old who actually lives quite near to where she was found. We think she was possibly spooked by another cat, got a little disorientated and could not find her way home. Her family are absolutely delighted to have her back home and would like to say “Thank You” to the wonderful family who took her in and looked after her until she was reunited back home.

Ozzy (Springburn, Glasgow)









 

GOOD NEWS – OZZY IS HOME. Ozzy is a 6-month-old ginger & white long haired male kitten who had just starting to venture outdoors and explore his garden. On Thursday 24 July 2014 Ozzy had went out to play in the garden and enjoy the sunshine and vanished. After being missing for 18 days Ozzy was reunited back home with his family on Monday 11 August - safe, well & healthy after his adventure. It seems Ozzy had got a little disorientated & could not find his way home. He was found a few streets away from his home during a heavy rainstorm and was taken in and looked after by kind neighbours until they found his family. Ozzy’s family are delighted to have Ozzy back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing. 


Homer (Parkhouse, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – HOMER HAS BEEN FOUND. Homer is a handsome 3-year-old black and white male indoor cat who managed to escape on Thursday 24 July 2014 when a visitor came to the door. After being missing for 14 days Homer was reunited back home with his family on Friday 8 August 2014 after being found trapped behind a fence which was around a property not far from his home. Homer had lost quite a bit of weight but thankfully he had no injuries and his family have let us know that he has settled back home without any bother and with lots TLC he should be back to his usual playful, affectionate self quite soon. Homer’s family are delighted to have Homer back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.


Xena (Mosspark, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS– XENA IS REUNITED BACK HOME WITH HER FAMILY. We are delighted to let you know that Xena, missing from her home in Mosspark, Glasgow since Sunday 29 June 2014 was reunited back home with her family on Thursday 18 July after being found three quarters of a mile away from her home. Xena is a beautiful 3-year-old independent outdoor female tortoiseshell female cat who just loves going out during the day but she was always back home and snuggled up for the night by 10.00pm. On Sunday 29 June Xena had her dinner at 5.00pm, went out for a wander and never came home. Xena was found in the Corkerhill area of Glasgow after somehow managing to cross a railway line. She was taken in and looked after by another cat owner who had noticed that she looked a little disorientated and lost. After a little bit of detective work by the family Xena was reunited back home safe & sound after 19 days of adventure. Xena is settling back home just fine with her family and Xena’s family would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the wonderful family in Corkerhill who looked after and reunited Xena back home.

Peaches (Bearsden, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – PEACHES HAS BEEN FOUND. Peaches is a 6-year-old long haired tabby female cat who had been staying with relatives while her family were away for a few days and managed to escape around 6pm on Thursday 3 July 2014. There had been various sightings of her near to where she escaped form and with the help of a resident within the area Peaches was found on Tuesday 15 July - well & healthy - hiding in a very large garden that had lots of excellent hiding places. Peaches family are overjoyed to have Peaches home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing and also “Thank You” to the resident who recognised Peaches and helped them find her.

Misty (Kingspark, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – MISTY IS BACK HOME SAFE & SOUND. Misty is a 7-year-old Bengal/ tabby female cat who had been missing from her home in Kingspark, Glasgow since Saturday 12 July 2014. Misty is an independent outdoor cat but  she dislikes the rain with a passion and hates getting wet, on Saturday when she had went out it was dry – then it started raining and Misty never came home. We are delighted to let you now that after being missing for 5 days Misty returned back home by herself  on the 17 July 2014 around 8.15am –safe, well & healthy after her adventure. After a good hearty breakfast & a quick clean Misty was meowing at the door to be let out again. Misty’s family are over the moon that Misty has returned back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.
Rudi (Hillington, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – RUDI IS HOME. Rudi is a 6-year-old tortoiseshell female cat who had been missing from her home in Hillington, Glasgow since Saturday 5 July 2014. Rudi is an independent outdoor cat who loves to explore everything within her territory but she always returned home roughly an hour after she went out on her daily wander. After being missing for 8 days Rudi was reunited back home with her family safe, well & healthy after her adventure. We think Rudi had got little disorientated as she was found not that far from home. A nearby resident had taken her in as she had appeared in their garden and despite daily attempts to get her to go home, she reappeared every evening and ended up moving in & sleeping on their bed every night. After getting up in the morning and having breakfast she spent the day sunbathing in their conservatory. Rudi’s family are delighted Rudi is back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.
Eugene (Kingspark, Glasgow)











EUGENE IS BACK HOME SAFE AND SOUND. Eugene is 9-month-old black & white kitten who is mainly an indoor kitten, however, he does love to go outside occasionally and have a wander around the gardens but he tends not to go far. Eugene is a very friendly, sociable, inquisitive kitten who is into everything & has to investigate anything new in his territory – he went missing from his home in Kingspark, Glasgow on Wednesday 2 July 2014. After being missing for 5 days Eugene appeared home mid afternoon on Monday 7 July very dirty & oily but otherwise safe and healthy. Eugene’s family are delighted to have Eugene back home and would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him.

Mog (Cambuslang, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – MOG IS REUNITED BACK HOME AFTER 37 DAYS. Mog is a 9-year-old silver tabby female cat that went missing from her home in Cambuslang, Glasgow on the evening of the 21 May 2014. Mog is predominately an indoor cat, however, occasionally she liked to venture outside for five or ten minutes but she always likes to go back indoors to the safety and comfort of her home. On Wednesday 21 May Mog had went out to stretch her legs and vanished. We are pleased to let you know that Mog was reunited back home with her family on Friday 27 June 2014 after being missing for 37 days. Mog was found fending for herself on a neighbouring estate, she had lost a lot of weight and was not a very well cat when found. Her family got her straight to the vet for treatment and we are delighted to hear that with lots & lots of TLC from her family she is improving daily and gradually on the road to recovery. Mog’s family would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Mog when she was missing.

Boo (Corkerhill, Glasgow)













GOOD NEWS – BOO IS HOME AFTER 24 WEEKS. Boo is a petite 2 -year-old black and white female cat who had been missing from her home in Corkerhill, Glasgow since Thursday 9 January 2014. After being missing for over 24 weeks Boo was reunited back home with her family on Saturday 28 June 2014 after being found in a garden about a mile and a half away from her home. Boo had been their for about three weeks and the family that had been feeding her done a bit of detective work and managed to trace her family & reunite her back home. Boo is well and healthy after her extended adventure and is now settling back into family life. Boo’s family are over the moon to have Boo back home safe & sound and they would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Boo when she was missing and also "Thank You" to the wonderful family who reunited her back home.

Napoleon (Knightswood, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – NAPOLEON IS HOME. Napoleon is a 4-year-old tabby male cat who recently moved to his new home and had just started to go outside to explore his garden. He was happy to sit and watch the world go and would not venture far, when you called his name, he would come back into the house in seconds. On Friday 20 June Napoleon had been lying contently in the garden but when his family went to call him in – he was nowhere to be seen. Napoleon stunned his family by returning back home at 8.00am on the 2 July 2014 after being missing for 12 days. He is going to the vet for a check up as he has lost some weight and has an injury under one of his legs. With lots of TLC from his family he should be back to his old self soon. Napoleon’s family are over the moon to have Napoleon back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him.
Jak (Dennistoun, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – JAK IS HOME. Jak is an 18-month-old male Bengal cat who went missing from his home in Dennistoun, Glasgow on Sunday 15 June 2014. Jak is an independent outdoor cat who loves exploring everything within his territory but he always returned home after daily exploits. On 15 June Jak had went out as normal but he never returned home in the evening. After being missing for 8 days Jak surprised everyone by returning back home by himself at 2.00am on Monday 23 June 2014 safe, well & healthy after his adventure. Jak’s family have let us know that after having a good feed, Jak spent the day curled up, fast asleep in his favourite spot as if he had never been away. Jak’s family are delighted to have Jak back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him.

Bella (Kingspark, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS –BELLA IS HOME. Bella went missing from Kingspark, Glasgow on Thursday 12 June 2014. Bella is a 3-year-old tabby and white female indoor cat who had been staying with friends for a few days while her family were away and managed to escape when the door was opened. After 6 days of adventure we are delighted to let you know that Bella was found late in the evening on Wednesday 18 June creeping about the garden of her holiday home that she went missing from. She is well & healthy after her 6 days of adventure and will be reunited back with her family tonight. We would like to say a  big “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Bella.
Molly (Castlemilk, Glasgow)











GOOD NEWS – MOLLY HAS BEEN FOUND. Molly is an independent, outdoor female cat who enjoys going out during the day but she always liked to be back in the comfort of her home before nightfall. On Friday 13 June 2014 Molly had went out as usual but she never returned home. We are delighted to let you know that Molly was found early in the morning on Monday 16 June 2014 in the back of a neighbours work van just before he was heading off to the skip to empty it. The neighbour got a bit of a shock when he discovered Molly as he always checked his van thoroughly before locking it up for the weekend. Luckily he recognised Molly and reunited her back home with her family safe & sound after her weekends experience. Molly’s family are over the moon to have Molly back home and would like to say “Thank You” to the neighbour who found Molly and reunited her back with her family.

Zelmer (Strathbungo, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – ZELMER IS HOME AFTER 36 DAYS. Zelmer is a 12-year-old ginger male cat who enjoys the outdoor life but he never tended to venture far and always returned home after his wander. On the evening of 28 April 2014 Zelmer had went out as usual but he never returned home. After 36 days Zelmer was reunited back home with his family on Tuesday 3 June 2014. Zelmer was found  half a mile from his home as the crow flies and his family think that he might have walked along a railway track (from the front of his house right to the back door to where he was found). He was found by two wonderful ladies – who took him in – fed him and called his family. Zelmer had a bit of a rough time and lost quite a lot of weight & had sores on his back legs. He has been to the vet for tests and treatment and once he is eating properly & his sores have healed the vet thinks he will be back to his old self. Zelmer’s family are giving him lots of love and cuddles and helping him on his road to recovery. Zelmer’s family are delighted to have Zelmer back home and would like to say “Thank You” to the two wonderful ladies who found him and reunited him back home with his family.

Archie (Pollok, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – ARCHIE IS HOME. Archie is predominately an indoor cat who will occasionally venture outside to the back garden to stretch his legs and have a wee wander but he always likes to go back indoors to the safety and comfort of his home. On Saturday 31 May 2014 Archie had went for his daily wander but was spooked when a nearby dog started to bark and he took off. On the 8 June 2014 a neighbour a few streets away had seen him in her garden a few times & recognised him from the posters that had been put up. She called to let his family know where he was and he was reunited back home safe & sound the very same day. Archie’s family are delighted to have Archie home and would like to say a special “Thank You” to the neighbour who recognised him and reunited him back with his family.
Ginger (Govan, Glasgow)












GINGER IS ALSO BACK HOME SAFE AND SOUND. Ginger is a 10-year-old indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Govan, Glasgow on Sunday 11 May 2014. Ginger did not go far and had been seen close to his home, his family had tried on numerous occasions to catch him and entice him home but he was for none of it. Ginger was having a whale of a time with his new found freedom but his conscience started to get the better of him and he started to pop back home every night just to see how his family were getting on. He was always close enough to let you see him but always out of reach to catch. After 14 days help was required, and our branch co-ordinator was called in to assist with catching Ginger. Within a couple of hours Ginger was caught and back in the safety & comfort of his home. Ginger’s family are delighted to have Ginger back home and would like to say a massive “Thank You” to the lovely lady that managed to catch him.

Tommy AKA Blackie (Darnley, Glasgow)












This young man had been visiting residents in Darnley, Glasgow and was brought into Cat Protection care on 11 May 2014 with an injury to his paw. We are delighted to let you know that after 15 days away from home he was reunited back home with his family on Monday 26 May 2014. His name is Tommy, he is 2-years-old and he stays quite near to where he was found. His family knew about his paw injury and had him booked into the vets to get treated - but Tommy’s sixth sense kicked in - he knew something was about to happen – and the day before his appointment he disappeared and took up residence in the garden of a nearby neighbour. Tommy is now settled back home as if he had never been away and is now microchipped just in case he goes AWOL again.

AMBER (Knightswood, Glasgow)











 

GOOD NEWS – AMBER IS HOME. Amber is an independent, outdoor female cat that had went missing from her home on Saturday 17 May 2014.  On Thursday 22 May Amber’s family had been out for a walk & on their return home - there was Amber - standing patiently by the garden gate waiting for them. Amber is safe, well & healthy after her adventure and is settling back into her wee routine as if she had never been away. Amber’s family are delighted to have Amber back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her.
 

 


VINNIE (Kelvindale, Glasgow)













GOOD NEWS – VINNIE IS HOME AFTER 14 DAYS. Vinnie is a 3-year-old, very distinguished looking black & white male cat who had just moved to his new home on Saturday 26 April 2014 – on Wednesday 30 April 2014 Vinnie was spooked and escaped. Vinnie gave his family the surprise of their lives on Wednesday 14 May after they came home from an event and heard meowing outside. When they went to investigate - there was Vinnie – sitting in the garden - safe, well & healthy after his 14 days of adventure. Vinnie’s family are delighted to have Vinnie back home to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Vinnie.
Wonga (Garrowhill, Glasgow)













MORE GOOD NEWS – WONGA IS HOME. Wonga went missing from her new home in the Garrowhill area of Glasgow two days after moving with her family. After being missing for nearly 24 hours Wonga returned home by herself – safe, well & healthy after her great escape. Wonga’s family are over the moon to have Wonga back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for her.

Ellie (Germiston/ Royston area of Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – ELLIE IS HOME. Ellie is an 18-month-old black & white female cat who went missing from her home in the Germiston/ Royston area of Glasgow on Tueday 6 May 2014. After being missing for 5 days Ellie returned home by herself on Sunday 11 May – safe & well after her adventure. Ellie’s family are delighted to have Ellie back home and would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Ellie.

Molly (Stepps, Glasgow)












MORE GOOD NEWS – MOLLY IS HOME. Molly is an 8-year-old long haired black & white female cat who had just moved to a new home with her family on Saturday 22 March 2014. On Sunday 23 March Molly managed to escape when the door was being opened. After being missing for 27 days Molly was reunited back with her family on 19 April 2014 safe, well & healthy after her great escape. Molly had been spotted around the area she went missing from and after leaving food and water out for her in the garden shed she was eventually enticed back home and caught. Molly’s family are over the moon at having Molly back home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Molly


Ollie (Balornock, Glasgow)












GOOD NEWS – OLLIE IS HOME. Ollie had went missing from his home in Balornock, Glasgow on Sunday 20 April 2014. We have good news to share with you.  After being missing for three days Ollie returned home by himself at 5.30am on Wednesday 23 April safe, well & healthy after his little adventure. Ollie’s family are delighted to have Ollie home and would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Ollie.


Raj (Bishopton, Renfrewshire)












GOOD NEWS – RAJ IS HOME. Raj is a 2-year-old medium sized tabby and white male cat who went missing from his home in Bishopton, Renfrewshire on Thursday 3 April 2014. Raj enjoyed the outdoor life and exploring his territory but he always returned home after his daily wander. After being missing for 8 days Raj was spotted by a neighbour a few streets away from his home. We think Raj had got a little disorientated and could not find his way home but happily, he has now been found, safe well & healthy and is reunited back with his family after his little adventure. Raj’s family have let us know that Raj has settled back home without any bother and is snuggled up, fast asleep in his favourite spot dreaming of his adventure. Raj’s family are delighted to have Raj back home safe and sound would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Raj.


Willow (Bearsden)












GOOD NEWS – WILLOW IS HOME. Willow is a 10-month-old grey tabby & white female kitten who had been missing from her home in the Westerton area of Bearsden since Thursday 10 April 2014. Willow is an independant outdoor kitten who loves exploring everything that is new in her territory and sometimes ends up in some strange situations. After being missing for four days Willow was found shut in an empty house not far from her home. Willow is well & healthy after her unplanned adventure and is now settling back home with her family. Willow’s family are delighted to have her back home and would like to say, along with all at Cats Protection Glasgow Branch, a big “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for Willow.


Lyla (Blackwood, Cumbernauld)













GOOD NEWS – LYLA HAS BEEN FOUND. Lyla is a beautiful long haired indoor Ragdoll cat who managed to escape from her home in Blackwood, Cumbernauld on Sunday 9 March 2014. After her neighbours were alerted they started to search their gardens and Lyla was found late in the evening on Monday 10 March in a garden not far from her home safe, well & healthy after her little adventure.Lyla’s family are over the moon to have Lyla back home and would like to say “Thank You” everyone who kept a look out for Lyla.



Lucky (Newton Mearns)













GOOD NEWS – LUCKY IS HOME. Lucky is an independent outdoor cat that went missing from her home in Newton Mearns, Glasgow on Sunday 23 February 2014. After being missing for nearly two weeks, we are delighted to let you know that Lucky returned home by herself at 11.30pm on Friday 7 March 2014, very hungry and looking for cuddles but otherwise clean and unhurt and none the worse for her 2 week adventure. Where she has been will always remain a mystery, the main thing is she is back home with her family.  Welcome home Lucky.


 
Jas (Rutherglen)













GREAT NEWS – AFTER 41 DAYS – JAS IS REUNITED BACK WITH HER FAMILY. Jas is a 3-year-old slender ginger and white female indoor cat who managed to escape out of the kitchen window. Jas went missing from her home in Rutherglen, Glasgow on 21 January 2014. After 41 days missing, Jas was reunited back with her family on Monday 3 March 2014 after being found in a garden in Garrowhill, Glasgow (just over 6 miles from her home). Jas was in a very poor condition when found - she was dehydrated, undernourished and not a well wee kitty. A very kind, caring family took her in - got her to the local vet where she was put on a drip to rehydrate and nourish her - then they took her home and looked after her until they found her family through the Cat Protection “Lost” page. We are pleased to say Jas is making a good recovery and is settling back home and with lots of love and cuddles she will soon be back to her old playful self. Jas’s family are over the moon at having Jas back home and along with all at Glasgow Cat Protection would like to say a massive “Thank you” to the lovely family who took Jas in and looked after her in her hour of need.



Fuller (Glasgow)














GOOD NEWS – ANOTHER WEE ONE REUNITED BACK WITH HER FAMILY. This little one followed a family in the Partick area of Glasgow home on Wednesday 26 February 2014, ran inside the moment the door was opened and made herself very much at home . An appeal was put out to see if anyone recognised her and we are delighted to let you know she was reunited back home with her family on Saturday 1 March 2014. Her name is Fuller, she is one and a half years old and lives not far from where she was found. Welcome home Fuller.



Pixie (Glasgow)













GOOD NEWS – PIXIE HAS BEEN REUNITED BACK WITH HER FAMILY. This little one wandered into a house in Pollok, Glasgow on Saturday 15 February 2014, made itself very much at home, fell asleep on the couch and decided it did not want to leave. An appeal was put out to find its family on Monday 17 February and we are delighted that within an hour of the appeal her family were found and she was reunited back home. Her name is Pixie and she actually lived just round the corner from the house she wandered into. Welcome home Pixie.



Diego (Moodiesburn, Glasgow)














GOOD NEWS – DIEGO IS NOW BACK HOME. Diego was reunited back with his family on Sunday 9 February 2014 after going missing from his home in Moodiesburn, Glasgow on Thursday 6 February 2014. Diego is a very curious and inquisitive cat who has a known passion for cars & vans but always jumped out when approached by the occupant. He was last seen near a white van which was delivering carpets to one of his neighbours and his family had guessed that there was a possibility Diego had sneaked in and hitched a lift without the driver realising he was there. After contacting the delivery company and finding out where the next stop was for the van – Diego’s family found him in Westfield, Cumbernauld on Sunday 9 February – hungry, thirsty, tired and a little unkempt after his unplanned journey. Happily, Diego is now back in the comfort of his own home and resting after his adventure.



Walter (Renfrewshire)













GOOD NEWS – WALTER HAS BEEN FOUND. Walter is an 18-month-old friendly tabby male cat who escaped from his carry box and the vet’s car on the main road in Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire on Wednesday 5 February 2014. After searching night and day Walter was found late in the evening on Thursday 6 February 2014 hiding in undergrowth in a garden. Walter is now back home with his family and resting after his adventure. Walter’s family are delighted to have Walter back home and would like to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him.



Suki (Glasgow)














GOOD NEWS – SUKI HAS BEEN FOUND. Suki is an indoor cat that went missing from his home in Glasgow on Sunday 26 January 2014. We are delighted to let you know that Suki was found in a garden not far from his home on Tuesday 28 January 2014 by a neighbour and has now been reunited back with his family - safe, well & healthy after his little adventure. Suki’s family are delighted to have Suki home and would like to “Thank” everyone who kept a look out for him.



Ben (Hyndland, Glasgow)














Good News – This little chap was found in Falkland Street in Hyndland, Glasgow on 26 December 2013. We are delighted to let you know that after being recognised on the Cat Protection site he has now been reunited back home with his family. His name is Ben and his family had originally lived in Falkland Street four years ago. Ben had went missing on 25 December 2013 and we don’t know if Ben was spooked or had got disorientated when he was out on his daily wander but somehow he managed to make his way back to his old home. Ben’s family are delighted at having Ben home and have forwarded a photo of Ben settling back into his favourite chair along with his sister Effie who is in her favourite laundry basket. Welcome home Ben.



Felix (Kirkintilloch)













GOOD NEWS – FELIX IS HOME. Felix went missing from his home in Kirkintilloch on Saturday 4 January 2014. We have good news to share with you.  Felix was found and reunited back with his family on 7 January 2014 safe, well & healthy although he has lost weight and is a little traumatised after his experience. Felix’s family are delighted to have Felix home and would like to “Thank” everyone who kept a look out for Felix.