One lucky cat who was reunited with her owners was three-year-old Dolly, who stowed away on board a luxury motor cruiser.
|Dolly travelled from the Isle of Wight to Dorset|
Although Dolly’s inquisitive nature has resulted in a few disappearances prior to her boat trip, she could usually be found around the island.
On this occasion, Debs and her daughters Natasha and Annabelle had almost given up hope of finding Dolly again until they received a phone call from the owner of the luxury boat. Fortunately, Dolly was microchipped so they were able to trace her back to her owners, resulting in a happy reunion.
|Natasha and Annabelle are happy to be reunited with their beloved pet Dolly|
With Dolly safely returned to her home on the Isle of Wight, there’s hope that this cat has fulfilled her wanderlust for now!
Cats Protection is a member of a Microchip Advisory Group (MAG), aiming to improve the standards of microchipping across the UK. We are also a member of the Microchipping Alliance which campaigned to make microchipping a legal requirement for all dogs. We also raise public awareness of the benefits of microchipping to cats and other companion animals. Find out more at www.cats.org.uk/cat-care/key-cat-care/microchipping