The mysterious mewing in Vickie Mendenhall’s home started about the time she bought a used couch from an Opportunity Shop.
After days of searching for the source of the noise, she found a very hungry cat living in her sofa.
Mendenhall contacted Value Village, where she bought the couch, but the store had no information on who donated it. So she took the cat to an animal shelter, and contacted media outlets in hopes of finding the owner.
Sure enough, Bob Killion of Spokane showed up to claim the cat after he was alerted by a TV story. Killion had donated a couch, and his 9-year-old cat, Callie, disappeared at about the same time.
At least this has a happy ending.
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Daisy the Curly Cat says
I am so glad that this story had a happy ending!
Artsy Catsy says
Vladimir, we discovered you on Twitter and dropped in to meet you. My whole cat and human staff is looking forward to being friends with you!
CEO (Cat Executive Officer)
there is surely no chance of that happening to you darling illy…..
thank goodness it had a nice reunion there ,,, how bizarre!!
Augustina Curia says
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