Identifying your pet allows you to keep hope in the event of their disappearance, even years later. Kiki’s story is a perfect illustration of this.
Elisabeth Antev now lives in Ontario, Canada. Her cat Kiki went missing 5 years ago. She looked for him all over the house, knocking on doors and putting up posters, but the cat was nowhere to be found.
The more time passed, the more she told herself that she would probably never see her again. She refused to completely lose hope, no matter what. Elisabeth Antev moved to live 2,000 kilometers from her former home in Edmonton, Alberta. However, she left active her old phone number, the one in the data returned by Kiki’s ID chip.
Recently, an Edmonton resident spotted a cat roaming her home. Then Khana Qadri got into the habit of feeding him. The animal visited him 3 times a day, but did not let him near him. Then, with the help of a neighbor, we managed to catch her in order to take her to the veterinarian. That’s where Kiki’s ID chip came into play.
When the veterinarian called Elisabeth Antev to tell her the news, she burst into tears. The cat was safe and sound, 5 years after the disappearance.
A relative flew in to pick up Kiki, now 13, and return her to her owner for a touching reunion.