CAT Found, Reunited With Owners 8 Months After Flood

CAT Found, Reunited With Owners 8 Months After Flood

CAT Found, Reunited With Owners 8 Months After Flood
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A family in Michigan, U.S. has been reunited with their pet cat who went missing during a flood.

According to news agency United Press International, two residents saw the cat five months later.

The couple, whose names are ironically Ashley and Jeremy Flood, rescued the cat during a snowy night.

“She was visibly shaking and couldn’t keep her paws on the snow anymore,” Ashley said in an interview.

They then took the cat to the Humane Society of Midland County, which detected a microchip.

Members of the Humane Society everntually contacted the owner of the cat using the information.

Meanwhile, authorities have found Spartacus, an African serval cat, safe and sound after escaping from his home.

According to various reports posted online, the animal has been returned to Dean King, its owner.

Dean said Spartacus had run away several days ago after the family dog spooked him.

Haylie Gulino, Merrimack’s animal control officer, said they found the search operation hard because she and her fellow officers did not know what to look for.

“They had no idea. I had to show them a picture of what they normally look like,” Gulino explained. “So, like I said, this was uncharted territory.”

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