May 12, 2014

Cat Missing Since Japan Tsunami Reunited With Family After Three Years

A cat that went missing over three years ago during the 2011 tsunami disaster in Japan, has been reunited with his family. On Friday last week, a couple, both in their 60s, from Ofunato City, who thought their cat, Suika, would never come back, was overjoyed with the news.

The cat was found in the forest in Rikuzentaka City about 9.3 miles (15km) from their home. The rescuers took the kitty to an animal shelter in Ofunato City on April 10. At the time, none of them knew that the cat they found had been missing for over three years.

They decided to take photos of the cat and put them in a local newspaper to help the cat find his owners. It was then they discovered the family and their phone number written on the cat’s collar. They immediately contacted the owners to tell them the news.

Suika the cat was a rescue that the couple’s eldest son found and brought home 15 years ago. He became the perfect companion to the couple and they loved him to bits.

No one knows the adventures that Suika had in the time since he was missing, but nothing makes the couple happier than seeing their beloved cat return home safe.

Via Love Meow

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February 26, 2014

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