Janet Adamowicz, from Harrogate, lost her lovely cat in 2005. Her heart was broken, as she loved her so much.
The desperate woman started her searching everywhere she could. Even her friends and kind neighbors join her for a help.
But the four-year-old cat was nowhere found.
Janet didn’t lose her hope, even after a year of her disappearance she continued to find her by covering missing posters in her hometown.
Unfortunately, all her efforts gave no results.
As to comfort herself, she had to hope that Boo probably found a new home and, what was for her more important, it was the thought, that she at least is alive.
In order to fill the empty space in her heart after Boo’s missing, Janet adopted another cat Ollie, after 3 years of that
unhappy event. Later, in 2014 she adopted the second cat Tessie.
One day, she received a strange call about a missing cat.
Janet thought it’s a mistake as her two cats were at home. She couldn’t even think that it was about her missing cat Boo, who was lost already 13 years.
The vet worker explained that after checking the found cat’s microchip, the system showed that it’s her lost cat Boo.
It was just unbelievable. The shocked woman rushed to the vet to meet her cat. It was amazing: Boo recognized her human after so many years.
Their reunion was so touching. After some seconds, the cat started to cuddle her beloved owner. They both were very happy.
Later, she learned that a woman, noticing the cat walking on York streets, which was 40 miles away from her hometown, took her and brought to the Wicstun vet, thinking that it is a stray cat.
But, fortunately, there was cleared out that it was Janet’s missing cat.
Despite her 17 years age, old Boo looked very strong and in a good shape.
Still it’s a mystery where she has been all those long years, if she has been a stray cat, it’s just a miracle, that she could be alive after so many years.