After three years away a young girl reunites with her beloved cat
When a pet goes missing for a long period of time, it’s easy to lose hope. Claudia Arnold, on the other hand, never gave up hope that her cat Cursor would return one day. Meanwhile, after the beloved family cat went missing, Kara Arnold immediately put up missing cat posters in the area and posted on Facebook for months, if not years.
Her cat went missing when she was just two years of ages.
Claudia cried for a long time about her missing kitten. Kara’s Facebook updates lasted three years. Her most recent piece was published in June. By August, in the third year since Cursor’s disappearance, someone from the Nanaimo SPCA had contacted Kara, stating they had just received a cat that looked like Cursor. “I wasn’t sure from the picture because it had an odd viewpoint,” Arnold explained. “But then she posted a video of him at the SPCA, and I was like, ‘that’s our cat.'”
Each time Cursor would certainly show up in conversation, she would certainly obtain unfortunate again.
” I didn’t desire her to be disappointed if it had not been him prior to we knew for certain,” she said.
Kara wanted to surprise Claudia with Cursor’s return, so she took her to the SPCA. Just in case, the SPCA decided to film Claudia’s meeting with the cat. When Claudia arrived to the shelter, the staff asked her whether she loved kitties and what sort she wanted. “Does it look like this?” said the shelter employee before taking out Cursor. Despite of how young Claudia was when she lost Cursor and how long it had been since she had last seen him, she knew her old buddy right away.
The girl was then asked if she liked calico cats, and Claudia told them that she used to have a calico.
Claudia gasped and held her hand to her mouth.
She had a big smile on her face when she went in for a big hug.
” I missed you so much Cursor,” Claudia said when she snuggled her cat.
” Thanks for providing my kitty back,” Claudia told the shelter employees.
The SPCA was more than pleased to reunite Claudia and Cursor.
“It’s very lovely to see a small girl’s face brighten,” SPCA branch supervisor Leon Davishe told the Nanaimo News Bulletin. “This can be an emotionally difficult profession at times, but it’s the little glimmers of hope and optimism in a child’s face that make it all worthwhile.”
” I like you Cursor,” she informed her kitty before thanking the team again.
They asked as to how long it had been since Claudia had last seen Cursor. She informed them about the 8-month period. But that’s exactly what she thought. It had been three years in total. Cursor had only been at the SPCA for a brief time before being reunited with his family. He was discovered near Westwood Lake. Nobody knows where he was over those three years.
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