Skip to comments.After 7 Years, Cat Reunited With Family
Posted on 12/25/2012 12:33:12 PM PST by nickcarraway
A cat named Sophia will be home for Christmas after being missing for seven years, the San Diego Humane Society announced Monday.
Sophia went missing from her family in Arizona and ended up in the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA over the weekend.
Luckily, a microchip was planted in Sophia and the humane society was able to contact her family.
Now a little older and lot wiser, Sophia will be flying back to Phoenix to be reunited with her family. The humane society and SPCA is making her return possible. I was shocked to hear that she was ok after seven years!" said Sophia's owner Trish Oster. "I didnt know how I was going to manage getting her from San Diego. Its the best Christmas gift I could have asked for."
awww... tres cool...
I chipped my girl. Thank Bast I’ve never needed to use it. Happy story!
What’s that Chinese proverb?
You feed a dog for 7 days and he remembers you for 7 years.
You feed a cat for 7 years and he remembers you for 7 days....
“Dogs have masters. Cats have staff.”
Instead of a chip, which was useless for seven years, simply don’t let your cat wander outside. Keep him indoors. Period.
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Whomever made that up knew nothing about cats, and furthermore, was stupid.
Needed a kitteh ping....
Ad hominem much?
I learned it from the guy who taught me what little Mandarin I know.
Always good to learn from a native speaker, I got complements on my accent from numerous Chinese.
I wasn’t questioning you or your Chinese. It’s one of those idiotic statements that gets repeated constantly and it is just wrong with a capital R.
No. Just don’t like crappy aphorisms.
Did you ever think when you eat Chinese, it’s not beef or chicken but a fat Siamese?
That's good, he was an honest man.
does she have her arms or paws folded. cute cute cute
From my experience, the cat won’t acknowledge the fact it once lived with them......
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