Frazzle reunited

Pets name: Frazzle


Frazzle's story:

As it was approaching Frazzle's second birthday, she unfortunately went missing from her keeper's home in Derby. There were no clues as to where she could have gone as she just disappeared one day. For years, Frazzle was never found, or returned home by herself. This didn't stop the keepers from always thinking about her and where she could have gone. Unfortunately, as she had been missing for such a long period of time with no confirmed sightings, they had to assume the worst and that she had passed away.

However, after five years of being separated from her keepers, they received an email from a vet. Frazzle had been handed in from an area not too far from where she went missing. This came as a great shock as it had been such a long period of time, but the keepers were so happy the vet was able to contact them. Since being reunited, Frazzle is doing much better and is gaining back the weight she lost. The family are overjoyed to have her back home. They state others should ensure their microchip details up to date so that reunification can be made as easy as possible.

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