Missing cat reunited with Des Moines owner in time for Thanksgiving

Missing cat reunited with Des Moines owner in time for Thanksgiving

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Stephanie Neeson has some thing to be excess thankful for: Lacking for 5 months, her pet cat has been reunited with her.

It apparently wasn’t the very first time Grayson, a grey-and-white tuxedo cat, experienced wandered off. Neeson, 52, of Beaverdale, said her mom designed his acquaintance in December 2021 when he hopped into her car or truck one particular afternoon in Des Moines and refused to get out. Immediately after browsing for his house owners, Neeson’s relatives took Grayson in as their very own.

“He just became our cat. We have two puppies and a further cat, and they became best buddies. My grandchildren fell in enjoy with them,” Neeson stated.

Grayson, a gray and white tuxedo cat, is back with his family just in time for Thanksgiving, after going missing for five months.

But seven months later, on June 20, he selected an ironic instant to wander off all over again. Neeson reported her mother experienced taken Grayson to Starch Pet Healthcare facility on College Avenue to have a microchip implanted so he could be situated should really he get shed all over again. But while she carried his cage into the clinic, he managed to split absolutely free and fled south.

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