Missing cat reunited with family after two years
LEAH-Jane Thomas was in tears as she brushed her hand against the paw of her cat Sukey at Manunda Emergency Vets 24/7.
The little cat had gone missing two-and-a-half years ago while Miss Thomas and her family were on holiday in Victoria.
On Saturday, she got a call from the vet saying they had found a cat registered in her name.
"I was so shocked; I almost hung up thinking there was no way until she said her name," she said.
"We moved on, I got rid of all her stuff, didn't want to get another animal at least until the kids were older because I was so devastated."
"Now she's back, she's slept on the bed every night against my shoulder."
"My four-year old remembers her, the two-year old's never met her, but they're just so ecstatic having her in the house."
Miss Thomas said it was a sign for people with missing pets to never lose faith.
"Make sure to microchip - if not for that, my beautiful cat would be in a cage at the vets with nobody to claim her," she said.