The owner ran off his feet in search of the pet he thought that wouldn’t find him.
It happened back in 2008, when the cat was walking in the garden of his house in Great Yarmouth. Pet owner Mark Salisbury ran to look for his pet and thought he would never find it.
But already at the beginning of 2018, Harry was found in Ipswich. And it’s about 60 miles from where the cat used to live.
It turns out that the pet did not wander the streets for 10 years, but lived in the old man’s house.
Volunteers examined the animal and found an old microchip. The address where the cat used to live was given.
Harry disappeared when he was still a baby, but Mark managed to implant the microchip in time. It was only thanks to such foresight that the cat was discovered 10 years later.
When the bell rang at the man’s house, Mark couldn’t believe his ears. However, he was very happy and immediately rushed to the shelter for his animal.
Harry is in great shape.
Mark was very surprised by what happened, because he thought that the cat was wandering somewhere.
Returning, the man will definitely take the cat to his home.
It happens! We are very happy that the lost cat found a home and did not have to roam the streets for 10 years.