Thanks to a Good Samaritan and his microchip, Sammie is back with his family again after five years. Read more
Odie was missing for a year before she was reunited with her petdad on Friday after a cat colony caretaker noticed that she seemed to be a displaced pet. Read more
The Edmonton Humane Society gives an update on Chicago Joe and Boxcar Wilhelmina, the “Boxcar Kittens” who made a 1,500 mi.train trip last month and tells of a cat named Riley who was found 16 miles from home after 5 months. Read more
Like the woman who found him as a feral kitten while hiking in 2006, Smaug has a taste for adventure. The adventure he’d been on since 2010 came to an end when he was reunited with his guardian on Wednesday. Read more
Ponyo was found 220 miles from home, before her family realized she was gone. Read more
A microchip scan brought Kitz the cat back home to Jason Williams in Leeds, UK after the woman feeding her, 134 miles away in Mildenhall, took her to the vet for a checkup and the scan revealed her identity. Read more
Heather Grygier tried to find her missing cat, with no luck. Four years after she went missing, Soba was trapped this week and a microchip scan reunited her with her family. Read more
Ash was adopted as a kitten and had only been with his petdad a month before he went missing. Thanks to a microchip and the person who picked Ash up and brought him to the SPCA, the cat will be reunited with his petdad soon.
Emergency vet Ben Trimmer was called out in the middle of the night to treat a badly injured cat who’d been hit by a car. Only after the microchip scan did he realize it was his own cat George.
Bunny McCullough searched for months for her cat Nuts, who went missing in 2001, before giving him up for lost. Last month Bunny and Nuts were reunited after a microchip scan showed him to be her long lost pet when he turned up at a shelter.
A plea for help on a Blue Cross animal shelter Facebook page helped to reunite a missing kitten with her worried owner.
Chrissy was an indoor cat who slipped out and went missing. The local SPCA said her family did not deserve to get her back, after a microchip scan identified them, and let the person who found Chrissy adopt her. The family say they are responsible pet lovers who do not deserve to be treated this way.