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Owner Recognises Missing Cat`s Meow

News Desk || shiningbd

Published: 13:41, 19 January 2022  
Owner Recognises Missing Cat`s Meow

Losing a pet is hard: looking for them is a traumatising process, and if you do not succeed, you are left with a broken heart, not knowing if your pet is safe or not. However, if you do manage to find them, your happiness will know no bounds.

According to a BBC report, a cat missing for eight months reunited with its owner after the latter recognised his familiar meow on the phone while on a call to her vet. 

The report says that Rachael Lawrence, from Braintree, Essex, UK, was talking to the veterinarian about her other cat when she heard Barnaby's distinctive meow in the background. When she enquired about the same, she was informed that it was a stray. However, she called back to ask for more details as "it was bugging me," she said.

Now, thanks to Rachael's sharp ears, Barnaby is back with his family after being away from them for eight long months. Ms Lawrence said she was so sure she could recognise her cat's meow that she called the vet again asking if the meow of the "stray" cat she had heard over the phone was black, with a white patch on one of his back feet. When the doctor confirmed the description, she took in photographs of Barnaby to the clinic.

She said she "knew it was him" as soon as he was brought her into the room. "I cried," she said. "I'm talking snot bubble cries. I was howling. "We hadn't seen him for eight months."
 

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