In 2015, Abby the cat went for a walk and never came back. Her guardians, Joe and Lena Drenek, say that the cat was very domestic when she was adopted, but then became interested in spending time outside.
In the same year after the disappearance, the couple moved from California to Tennessee with their other pet, a calico cat named Eunice, with no hope of finding Eb again.
But lo and behold, seven years later, the cat was found in the city of Riverside, California, where she disappeared, and was taken to Riverside County Animal Services. There, his microchip enabled the identification of his guardians, who currently live in Bearden, Tennessee, about 3,000 km away.
As the shelter where EB ended up could not use tax money for individual animals, the head of the place, John Welsh, took care of the cost of the pet’s travel, part by plane, part by car. “we [do abrigo] We love taking animals back to their owners, even if they’re half a country or more away, so it’s fun,” Welsh told Watts television.
After a long journey, Abby, now eight years old, is reunited with her tutors and 14-year-old cat Eunice.