The animal has long been missing in the Scottish city of Dunframeline. Owners can be contacted, thanks to Chip.
Ciao bella! A cat has long been missing in Scotland, but has now returned to her family. Animal protection organization SPCA announced on Monday that the animal had been gone for almost four years.
The black cat was found slightly injured by passers-by in Tillicultry. “Luckily, Bella was cheated and the details were up-to-date, so I called the number,” said SPCA employee Kelly McGuire. “I was very surprised to hear that she was missing since 2017.”
The animal went missing in May 2017 in the town of Dunferline in the southeast, in May 2017 when its proprietary family was moving. According to the message, Joel Caldicott said, “We had to tell our sons, who were under ten at the time, that Bella was not coming back.” “It was very difficult for all of us.”
Now the cat is back home. “He was a little insecure at first, but now it’s like he never got away,” Calidot said. But how Bella traveled 20 kilometers from Dunframeline to Tillicistool remains a mystery.
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