Ambrose reunited

Pets name: Ambrose

North Lanarkshire

Ambrose's story:

Two-year-old Ambrose is used to leaving his keepers home and going on outdoor adventures thanks to his cat flap. Unfortunately, one day he ventured a little too far and found himself lost. The keepers realised that he hadn't been home for a while and became alarmed by this as they knew something was wrong. The stress was enough to keep them up at night. Trying to remain calm the keepers acted with reason and done what they could to ensure Ambrose could be brought back home safely. This included updating their address details so if Ambrose's chip was scanned, he could be reunited correctly.

Fortunately, there was no need for any microchip scanning as Ambrose returned home after a week. Although he had lost some weight, he was in great condition and the keepers couldn't have been happier to see him. For peace of mind they decided to buy a tracker for Ambrose to reduce the chance of him going missing again. The keepers suggest keeping calm is essential when you find yourself in a situation such as this. 

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