A Woman Is Shocked Upon Learning Her Missing Cat Is Alive and Well After 13 Years!


Boo, the cat you see in the pictures below, ran away from home in 2005 at the age of 4. Her owner, Janet Adamowicz was devastated to lose her pet. She immediately put up posters in the city of Harrogate (England), but Boo was nowhere to be found.

A year later, Janet decided to give up and stop searching for Boo. She adopted 2 cute cats and everything was great. Little did she know that Boo would appear out of the blue after 13 years! One day, Janet received a call about her missing cat. She thought of her 2 cats first, but they were both at home. Then the lady on the phone said that the system listed her as the owner of a cat named Boo. Her heart trembled and her mind raced – Janet was shocked to find Boo alive and well!

She immediately went to get Boo, and the cat was in pretty good health, which was surprising. Boo was brought to Wicstun Vets by a woman who said the cat wandered nearby her house 40 miles away for a few weeks. Boo immediately recognized Janet even after all those years and it was a very emotional reunion.

This is another reminder of how important microchips are. All pet owners must have their babies chipped as they’re meant to help exactly in these kinds of situations. Check out Boo’s story in pictures below:

This is Boo, 4-years-old when she went missing back in 2005

Her heartbroken owner, Janet Adamowicz, searched high and low for a year before finally giving up

But then, 13 years later, she got a call out of the blue from a vet 40 miles away

“I got a call on Thursday to say I had a cat missing,” Janet said

“I don’t know where she had been, I think possibly a stray but kept being fed by strangers or catching her own food”

“Boo recognised her mum straight away and within minutes the two were thoroughly enjoying plenty of face rubs, cuddles and meows”

The pair were able to be reunited thanks to info stored on a microchip, it’s important to always chip your cat!


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