Yeogi reunited

Pets name: Yeogi


Yeogi's story:
Despite having cat-protective fencing, Yeogi managed to find his way out of his keepers home via an open window. The knowledge their two-year-old cat could be anywhere left Yeogi's keepers heartbroken. They tried every way imaginable to find their cat, from going out and looking every hour, to even sleeping outside.

After six nights, the keepers heard Yeogi in the garden. They immediately ran out and were brought to tears of joy when they realised Yeogi had returned home. He appeared slightly lighter but sustained no significant issues. The keepers offered numerous tips to people who may find themselves in a similar situation, including the importance of spreading the word through social media and leaflets, searching during night time and making sure to check even the smallest of spaces. Above all, they stress the importance of staying positive and never giving up. 

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