Archive 2020

A Christmas Miracle (Lost Thursday 25 June 2019 - found 5 December 2020 (update 24/12/20))


 

Many of you will remember 11-year-old Suzy who managed to escape from a cattery near Bargeddie on Thursday 25 June 2019 whilst her family were on holiday.

We are delighted to let you know that Suzie was found on Sunday 6 December 2020 and reunited back with her family – one & a half year after going missing.

Here is a wee update from her family:

Good Afternoon,I just wanted to share our wonderful Christmas Miracle with you.

In June 2019 our cat Suzy escaped from the Cattery at Bargeddie, she had been missing 10 days by the time we got home. You put her details on your Lost and Found page.

We searched for weeks but we didn't find her, we gave up all hope of ever seeing her again, being lost so far from home. Eventually in October we contacted your Adoption Centre in Bishopbriggs and adopted two wee kitten sisters, called Holly and Amy. We were thrilled with the girls but still heartbroken over the way we lost our wee Suzy.

Fast forward to Sunday the 6th Of December 2020 and we got a message on the answering machine that took the breath out of us.....

Suzy had turned up in Coatbridge alive and well, although a little traumatised.

She had been living under a nice lady called Yvonne's decking since August but only became trusting enough on that day to go into her house out of the cold and let her approach her so she could scan her.

She had been living under Yvonne's decking and had slept in her close once or twice. The weather that weekend had been very cold with the first real frost of the winter, so I think Suzy had had enough of outdoors. Apparently SSPCA had trapped her before but she escaped from them. Yvonne had spoken to North Lanarkshire Trace Team who left her a scanner. I can't thank Yvonne and her family enough for looking after Suzy for us.

I picked Suzy up from Yvonne's on Monday 9th December and took her straight to the vet, who was equally amazed to see her.

Apart from a few new scars, ear mites, a small growth on her nose and a chib out of her tail which is now healing well, she is remarkable condition. I brought her home that night

She is now settled at home, back in her wee bed, using her wee plates, things that we just couldn't part with when she disappeared.

Suzy is slowly getting used to the girls, and they are managing to tolerate her. We have had no aggression from any of them just a lot of uncertainty on the kittens part. Wee Suzy is just happy to be home, being fed regularly and being loved again.

It just goes to prove how important it is to have your cats microchipped, miracles can really happen.

Kindest Regards

Gail, Jim, Suzy, Amy and Holly Craig

                                                                                                                                            

 


Mylo (from Neilston)



GOOD NEWS – Mylo has returned home

Mylo, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Neilston on Sunday 13 December 2020 surprised his family yesterday evening (Wednesday 16 December 2020) by returning home safe & sound after his 3 day 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.

                                                                                                                                                


Nancy (from Merrylee)

GOOD NEWS – Nancy has returned home after 13 days

Nancy who went missing from her new home in Merrylee on the morning of Monday 16 November 2020 surprised her family yesterday evening (Thursday 19 November 2020) by returning home safe & sound after her 13 day adventure.

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

                                                                                                                                                                 


Milo (from Bishopbriggs)

MORE GOOD NEWS – Milo is reunited home after 47 days

Milo who went missing from his new home in Bishopbriggs on Monday 28 September 2020 was found on Saturday 14 November 2020 & reunited back with his family after his 47 day adventure

Following message received fom his family:

BRILLIANT NEWS - MILO HAS BEEN FOUND!! He's a bit less big, but seems delighted to be back indoors. He was very near to where he was lost, so we hope when it comes to it, he'll know the area and know where to come home to. Many thanks to Michelle and her two girls who called on Saturday with the news x


                                                                                                                                              

Cleo (from Deaconsbank)

GOOD NEWS – Cleo has been found

Cleo, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Deaconsbank on Monday 9 November 2020 was found earlier today - Friday 13 November 2020. Wee message from her family as follows:

Cleo has been found, she was under our house!! got in under the back step outside. She wasn't trapped but absolutely terrified and wouldn't come out. I ended up lifting floorboards and she happily came in that way. She was too scared of the lurking cats nearby outside! a couple of bites and scuffed nails 😟 she's obviously been in the wars but has had painkillers and antibiotics and lots of cuddles. I think she maybe got in to a fight first day she went missing and has gone away to lick her wounds. All that time she didn't make a noise until today!  thank you all so much for your help and shares xx

                                                                                                                                                      

Cosimo (from Paisley)



GOOD NEWS – Cosimo is reunited home after 15 days

Cosimo, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Paisley on Monday 19 October 2020 has been found & was reunited back with his family yesterday (Tuesday 3 November 2020).

He was found in the G42 area of Glasgow, about 10 miles from home. A kind lady had spotted him hanging about her garden for a few days, he had lost his collar so had no ID. She got him into a basket and took him to the Roundhouse 24 hour vet hospital where he was checked over and scanned and his family were then called and given the good news that other than losing some weight, he was safe & well and waiting to go home.

Cosimo’s family are over the moon to have him home and 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 like to pass on a special “thank you” to the lady that found him and took him to the vet.


                                                                                                                                                  

Bitty (from Dumbarton)

GOOD NEWS – Bitty has been found safe & well

Bitty, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Dumbarton on Friday 16 October 2020 has been found and was reunited back with her family earlier today (Tuesday 27 October 2020).

She was found in Lomondgate neighbourhood, just the other side of the BBC studios and is in fantastic health after her 11 day adventure.

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

                                                                                                                          

Zeus (from Newton Mearns)


GOOD NEWS – Zeus has been found & reunited home after 24 days

Zeus the indoor cat who wentmissing from his home in Newton Mearns on Wednesday 30 September 2020 has been found and was reunited back with his family this morning (Saturday 24 October 200).

He made his way into a neighbours house and they reunited him with his family after his extended adventure.

Zeus has lost weight, and has a small amount to eat and drink this morning and will be going to the vet on Monday for a check up.

His family are over the moon and 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 reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                    

Daisy (from Paisley)

GOOD NEWS – Daisy has been found safe & well

Daisy who managed to escape from her cat carrier near Fountain Gardens in Paisley on Wednesday 23 September 2020 whilst on the way to the groomers was found yesterday (Friday 16 October 2020) in Andrew Street, near to where she escaped, and was reunited back with her family after her 23 day adventure.

Apart from being hungry, she is well and healthy.

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

                                                                                                                          


Nevis (from Helensburgh)

GOOD NEWS – Nevis has been reunited back with his family after 12 weeks

5-year-old Nevis who went missing around the 20 July 2020 from his home in Dennistoun Crescent in Helensburgh has been found and was reunited back with his family this afternoon (11/10/20) – 12 weeks after going missing.

He was found in Argartden Forest holidays 19 miles from his house in Helensburgh and is safe, well & healthy after his extended adventure.

For those of you not familiar with Nevis – he was 1 of 5 cats that went missing from one end of Dennistoun Cescent around the same time in June/ July.

Over the weeks the other 4 cats were found - 2 in Coilesson near Arrochar (20 miles from Helensburgh), 1 was found in Balmaha (19 miles from Helensburgh) and another was found near Glen Fruin (5 miles from Helensburgh).

His family are over the moon 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.

                                                                                                                                                       

Jessie (from Cambuslang)

GOOD NEWS – Jessie is reunited home after 16 months

8-year-old Jessie, the indoor cat who managed to escape from her home in Lockhart Avenue, in Cambuslang on Monday 20 May 2019 has been found safe & well and was reunited back with her family yesterday evening (Saturday 3 October 2020) – 16 months after going missing.

She was found not far from where she went missing and is well & healthy after her extended adventure.

Her family are over the moon 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 very special “thank you” to the resident who reunited her home.
                                                                                                                                                


Rocco (from Darnley)



GOOD NEWS -  Rocco has been found

2-year-old Rocco who went missing from his home in Darnley on Saturday 26 September 2020 was found earlier today (30 September 2020) locked in a nearby neighbours garage and has been reunited back with his family .

He is safe, well & healthy after his 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.


                                                                                                            




Stitch (from Toryglen)

GOOD NEWS – Stitch is reunited home after 46 days

Stitch, who went missing from his holiday home in Toryglen on Sunday 26 July 2020 has been found safe & well this afternoon (Thursday 10 September 2020) and has been reunited back with his family after his extended adventure

He had started frequenting a garden in Rutherglen over the past week, not far from where he went missing and the residents recognised him from his “missing” post and contacted his family to let them know where he was.

Stitch’s family are absolutely delighted to have him home and 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 very special “thank you” to Linda & family who reunited him home.


                                                                                                                                    

Zorro (from Higher Helensburgh)



GOOD NEWS - Zorro is reunited home after 26 days

2-year-old Zorro the outdoor cat who wen missing from his home in Rhu Road, Higher Helensburgh on Thursday 16 July 2020 has been found and was reunited back with his family yesterday ( 11/08/20) – 26 days after going missing. 

An update from his family as follows: Zorro has been found in Rhu! He went through someone’s cat flap and they called us saying they thought it was him, he was seen at several other addresses in Rhu.

He went back to the cat flap and they locked him in and called us.

We would like to pass on our “thanks” to everyone who shared his post & helped look for him when he was missing and we also say a massive “thank you” to the family that reunited him back to us.

                                                                                                                                                        


Patch (from Helensburgh)

GOOD NEWS – Patch is reunited home after one month

Patch, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Helensburgh on Friday 3 July 2020 has been found and reunited back with her family earlier today – one month after going missing - after being found 25 miles away near Arrochar!

She is safe & well after her adventure and her family are absolutely delighted to have her home.

They 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 like to pass on a special “thank you” to the family that found her and reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                            

Smudge (from Cumbernauld)

GOOD NEWS – Smudge is reunited home after 6 months

15-year-old Smudge, the were outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Cumbernauld on Wednesday 8 January 2020 has been found safe & well and was reunited back with her family yesterday (Sunday 26 July 2020).

She had taken up residence in a garden, 5 miles away from home in Kilsyth!

The resident, thinking she was a stray, started to feed her and posted her on facebook where her family seen her post.

Her family are absolutely delighted 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 and they would like to pass on a special “thank you” to the resident who looked after her and reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                               


Mitsy (from Helensburgh)

MORE GOOD NEWS – Mitsy is reunited home after 23 days

Mitsy, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Helensburgh on Thursday 18 June 2020 has been found and was reunited back with her family just after midday today (Saturday 11 July 2020)

Wee message from her family as follows: Delighted to say we just got Mitsy back, about an hour ago. She is very skinny but safe and well. She was some streets away. A lady saw her in front of her house and texted me via Facebook. We went there and got her. Vet visit booked for Monday. Thank you for all the messages and shares x

                                                                                                                                                    


Tommy (from the Milton of Campsie area)

GOOD NEWS – Tommy has come home

7-month-old Tommy, the wee kitten who went missing from his home in Milton of Campsie on Tuesday 30 June 2020 surprised his family this morning (07/07/20) by returning home after his adventure.

The following message received from his family: β˜€οΈπŸ˜ƒUpdate - 720am, Text from house nearby at 720 to say he had passed their house. I was just replying and he popped up on the bed.  Wassssuup!

Thank you πŸ™ everyone πŸŽ‰ 🎊


                                                                                                                                                        


Nala (from Shettleston)

GOOD NEWS – 6 month old Nala is reunited home after 58 days

Nala, the wee indoor kitten who managed to escape from her home in Shettleston on Sunday 19 April 2020 has been found & reunited back with her family this morning (16 June 2020) – 58 days after going missing.

She had recently taken up residence in a nearby garden and had been taken to the vet to be scanned for a microchip. Unfortunately, Nala had not yet been chipped so the residents had looked after her until they located her family through the power of facebook.

Her family are delighted to have her home and would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post and kept a lookout for her & also pass on a special “thank you” to the family who found her and looked after her until they could reunite her home.

                                                                                                                                                

Olly (from Elderslie)

GOOD NEWS – Olly has been found

Olly, the indoor cat who went missing from his new home on Wednesday 27 May 2020 in Elderslie was found safe & well yesterday (Saturday 6 June 2020) and reunited back with his family.

Wee message from his family as follows:

Olly was found not too far from home sleeping under a tarpaulin that was covering some garden furniture. He seems to be okay, he’s definitely lost some weight but is now eating for Scotland. No visible injuries that I can see, but I think we will get him into the vet for a wee check up.

His family are absolutely delighted to have him back and 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.

                                                                                                                                                                     

Fluffy (from Shawlands)



GOOD NEWS - Fluffy is reunited home after 7 months

Fluffy, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Shawlands on Friday 11 October 2019 has been found in Clarkston and was reunited back with her family yesterday (Sunday 17 May 2020) – 7 months after going missing.

She had started to visit a resident who build up her trust and got her scanned and her family were then called and given the good news that she was safe, sound and waiting to go home after her extended adventure.

Fluffy’s family are overjoyed to have her home and would like to “thank” everyone who shared her post & helped look for her when he was missing and they would like to pass on a special “thank you” to the resident in Clarkston who reunited her home.

                                                                                                                                                            

Rory (from Kelvinbridge)

GOOD NEWS – Rory has come home

3-year-old Rory was an indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in the Kelvinbridge area of Glasgow on Wednesday 6 May 2020

After being missing for 7 days he surprised his family early in the morning of Wednesday 13 May 2020by returning home after his adventure..

He’s hungry and may have a scratch on his leg but otherwise seems fine.

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 kept a look out for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                                  

Mylo (from Johnstone)

GOOD NEWS – Mylo is reunited home after 19 days

Mylo the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Johnstone on Friday 17 April 2020 has been found and reunited back with his family this afternoon (Wednesday 6 May 2020).

He was found roughly 1.2 miles from home and is well & healthy after his extended adventure.

His family are overjoyed to have him home and would like to “thank” everyone who shared his post and also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                                               

Ollie (from Clydebank)

GOOD NEWS – Ollie has been found

10-month-old Ollie, the outdoor kitten who went missing from his home in Clydebank on Sunday 3 May 2020 has been found this morning (Tuesday 5 May 2020) & reunited back with his family.

He was found stuck up a tree 5 minutes or so from his home and other than being a little scared & very hungry he is 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 and also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing

                                                                                                                                                                 

Daisy (from Auchinloch)

GOOD NEWS – Daisy has returned home

2-year-old Daisy, the wee outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Auchinloch on Friday 24 April 2020 surprised her family this afternoon (27/04/20) by returning home after her 3 day adventure.

She was dirty, covered in what smells like manure and hungry but home safe & sound.

Her family are delighted at her safe return & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & also “thank” everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.


                                                                                                                                                           

Lola (from Glenburn, Paisley)

GOOD NEWS – Lola has come home

Lola, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in the Glenburn area of Pailsey on Wednesday 8 April 2020 surprised her family yesterday afternoon (Sunday 12 April 2020) by returning home after her 5 day adventure. 

Her family had went out to their backgarden to sit and as they were walking down their stairs she came running towards them.

There is a possibility she was trapped somewhere because she looked very thin and was really cautious and scared but she is fine now.

Her family are delighted at her safe return & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared her post & also “thank” everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.

                                                                                                                                           


Dougal (from Garrowhill)

GOOD NEWS – Dougal is reunited home after 27 days

10-month-old, Dougal the indoor kitten who managed to escape from his home in the Gallowhill area of Glasgow on Sunday 8 March 2020 has been found safe & well and was reunited back with his family this evening (Saturday 4 April 2020).

Here’s a wee update from his family: Some good news for a change!Dougal is home this evening after his 4 week adventure.

He's been living in a garage in Viewfield Ave and the lovely people who live there saw our post and got in touch.

Thank you to everyone who shared and gave advice on finding him my kids are absolutely over the moon.

Stay safe everyone πŸ’œ

                                                                                                                                                             

Casimir (from Battlefield, Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Casimir has been found

9-year-old Casimir, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in the Battlefield area of Glasgow on Thursday 19 March 2020 has been found and was reunited back with his family this afternoon (Friday 3 April 2020).

He had taken up residence in a garden, a wee bit away from home, and was recognised by the resident from his missing poster who contacted his family to let them know where he was.

Other than losing weight, Casimir is safe and well after his extended adventure and his family are absolutely delighted to have him home. 

They 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 very special “thank you” to the wonderful family who reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                                   

Domino (from Renfrew)

GOOD NEWS – Domino has returned home after 132 days

Domino, the outdoor cat who went missing from her home in Renfrew at lunchtime on Wednesday 13 November 2019 – surprised her family this morning (24/03/2020) by returning home after her 132 day adventure.

Other than being a little dirty & extremely hungry she is in good health. 

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

                                                                                                                                                 


Newman (from Govanhill)

GOOD NEWS – Newman has come home after 11 days

Newman, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Govanhill on Wednesday 11 March 2020 surprised his family this morning (Sunday 22 March 2020) by returning home after his 11 day adventure.

His family are delighted 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.

                                                                                                                                                              


Cleo (from Govan)

GOOD NEWS – Cleo has come home

2 year old Cleo who went missing from her home in the Elderpark area of Govan on Thurday 6 February 2020 surprised her family this afternoon (06/03/20) by returning home after a whole month away.

She’s very skinny and hungry but seems completely fine otherwise.

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

                                                                                                                                               



Zeus (from Shawlands)

GOOD NEWS – Zeus has been found

Zeus, the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Shawlands on Sunday 23 February 2020 was found yesterday evening (28/02/20) and has been reunited back home with his family.

A friend of his family had found him whilst out walking their dog, and although he is a little edgy, he is otherwise safe and well after his 5 days of 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 kept a look out for him when he was missing.

                                                                                                                                           


Storm (from Gallowhill)



GOOD NEWS – After 9 days Storm returns home

10-month-old Storm, who went missing from his home in the Gallowhill area of Glasgow on Thursday 13 February 2020 surprised his family this morning (22/02/20) by returning home safe & sound, minus his collar!

His family are delighted 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.

                                                                                                                                   


Meo (from Pollok)

GOOD NEWS – Meo returns home after 41 days

Meo, the indoor cat who managed to escape from his home in Pollok on Sunday 5 January 2020 surprised his family on Saturday 15 February 2020 by returning home after his 41 day adventure.

Other than having lost a weight he is okay after his extended adventure.

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

                                                                                                                                                                     


Nino (from Dumbreck)

GOOD NEWS – Nino is reunited home after 25 days

1-year-old Nino, the outdoor kitty who went missing from his home in the Dumbreck area of Glasgow on Monday 13 January 2020 has been found after a month of adventure, living in a scrapyard not far from home and was reunited back with his family this afternoon - Friday 7 February 2020.

A member of the public took him in yesterday and, having been alerted with his family’s leaflets, contacted them to let them know he was safe and well and waiting to go home.

He is grounded – but he doesn’t seem to mind as he hasn’t lifted his head from the pillow he parked himself onto two hours ago!

His family are absolutely delighted to have him home & would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shared his post and kept a lookout for him when he was missing and they would like to pass on a very special “thank you” to the person that reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                                        


Seymour (from the Greenfield area of Glasgow)

GOOD NEWS – Seymour has been found

12-year-old Seymour who went missing from his home in the Greenfield area of Glasgow during the night of Monday 27 January/ morning Tuesday 28 January 2020 has been found safe & well this afternoon (04/02/2020) and reunited back with his family.

He had wandered roughly 0.5 miles from home and wandered into a residents house who managed to trace his family through facebook.

His family are over the moon at his safe return and 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 very special “thank you” to the lovley lady that reunited him home.

                                                                                                                                        



Biffy ( from Drumchapel)

GOOD NEWS – Biffy has been found

Biffy the outdoor cat who went missing from his home in Drumchapel on Sunday 5 January 2020 was found safe & well earlier today (Sunday 12 January 2020) – stuck in a nearby neighbours shed.

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

                                                                                                                                             

Supra (from the G67 area)

GOOD NEWS - Supra has returned home

8-month-old Supra, the wee indoor kitten who managed to escape from his home in the Condorrat area of Glasgow on Wednesday 1 January 2020 surprised his family on 7 January 2020 by returning home safe & sound after his 6 day adventure.

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