2 months after the disappearance of her cat, a family is contacted by a shelter located 100 kilometers away

Once again, the identification of an animal allowed it to return to its family. Miri, a cat lost for 2 months, was found 100 kilometers from her owners’ home.

Lost at Victoria in British Columbia (southwestern Canada), a female cat was found 2 months later in Nanaimoreported CTV News Tuesday, July 5.

Miri, a 3.5-year-old cat with a tortoiseshell coat, is finally back with her family, several weeks after she ran away. ” The day she disappearedsays its owner named Megan, we called her name again and again, tried treats and searched everywhere, but she was nowhere to be found “. She thinks the feline had been spooked by the sudden arrival of a large deer near the home.

As the days and weeks passed, Megan and the rest of the family was beginning to lose hope. The mistress of Miri was about to throw away her food when she received a totally unexpected call from a shelter, that of the SPCA from British Columbia to Nanaimo100 kilometers away.

Illustration of the article: 2 months after the disappearance of her cat, a family is contacted by a shelter located 100 kilometers away
BC SPCA

“As soon as she saw us, she came to us”

The association informed her that she had just admitted Miri after its discovery in the street by a passerby. The cat suffered from an injury caused by her collar, which encircled her head and one of her paws. Treated, she was passed to the identification chip reader, which revealed the coordinates of Megan.

She immediately got into her car to go to Nanaimo with his son Dean and bring their pussy home. ” As soon as she saw us, she came towards us “says its owner.

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Illustration of the article: 2 months after the disappearance of her cat, a family is contacted by a shelter located 100 kilometers away
BC SPCA

No one knows how she ended up so far from home. She came back emaciated and scarred. Megan explains, in fact, that Miri became more nervous, but also more prone to snuggle up to family members and purr. She adds that the cat is no longer intimidated by their dog Frankwhereas she was afraid of it before.

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