Ginny reunited after 12 days

Pets name: Ginny

Area:Mid Glamorgan

Ginny's story:

After Ginny went missing, her keepers were left worried and unable to sleep. As the days passed with no news of their cat, the family's hopes were dwindling. Knowing Ginny had been microchipped offered comfort, but luckily the cat was spotted 2.5 miles away by a family who took Ginny in. Using Facebook, they were able to contact the keepers and facilitate the return of Ginny. A quick scan of the microchip reassured the rescuers they were returning the cat to the correct family. 

The keeper commented "Get your pet chipped!! Never loose hope there’s always a chance". 

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