Getting Binky Home

We received an inbox message from a lady called Nichole, she explained that a cat was possibly in an RTA and placed on her neighbours drive along Cedar Road in Strood. The neighbour had called the council 6 hour before and no one had attended. We left immediately to help.

We checked the cat for a chip and he was chipped, his name wss Binky. We tried to call and text the phone numbers on the chip but had no answer, so we explained to the lady we would go door knocking to see if the owners still lived there. Unfortunately as we pulled up we could see that the property was empty so knocked on various doors around. Thankfully the neighbours next to the address knew where they had moved to, literally just down the road from where Binky was found, so we proceeded to knock on their door.

Binky has now been reunited with his family who are absolutely devastated by the news of his passing.

Rest in paws heaven beautiful boy xxxx

Thank you to Nichole and her neighbour for all of your help. X

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Posted in Paws In Heaven, Reunited

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