A stray cat which was taken into an RSPCA centre has been reunited with her owner after a year of being missing – following a social media appeal to find her owner which led to an offer of help from the Swedish government!

Cookie went missing from her home in Westhouses, near Alfreton, Derbyshire, in August last year, devastating her owner Jessica Vestin, who had brought the cat over from her home in Sweden in 2015.

Jessica spent the next … Continue reading…

A missing moggy in Beaconsfield who was discovered back on his old stomping ground has been reunited with his delighted owners by the RSPCA.

Barney the cat is now back home after he had wandered one-and-a-half miles from his family’s new address to their old one.

He was reunited with owner Cheryl Hilton after the RSPCA traced her thanks to the details stored on Barney’s microchip.

Mrs Hilton said her family were distraught after eight-year-old black cat Barney (pictured) went … Continue reading…

A missing cat found in Buckinghamshire has been reunited with his owner who lives 250 miles away in BELGIUM –  thanks to his microchip.

Gizmo went missing in August 2015, while temporarily living in High Wycombe with his owner Milene Letertre.

Despite an extensive search, Gizmo could not be located and in November a heartbroken Milene moved back to her home in Silly, Belgium.

But last week, ten months after eight-year-old Gizmo had gone missing, the RSPCA received a call … Continue reading…

The RSPCA has managed to reunite an owner with her beloved cat, six weeks and six days after she went missing.


An inspector picked Lola up on Sunday 5 October after a call from a concerned member of the public in Stalybridge, Tameside. Lola had gotten into a block of flats and was hanging around the corridors.


Luckily, she was microchipped so a quick scan led us straight to Christine Pleszak and her family (pictured bottom right of … Continue reading…

A cat who was found abandoned at the side of the M54 has been reunited with his owner weeks after being stolen.

The male grey tabby – which was called Highway by the RSPCA but whose real name is Podge – was found cowering beneath a barrier on Junction 4 of the M54 near Shifnal, in Shropshire.

Workers from Highways England found the kitten on Saturday 26 September and contacted the RSPCA’s Gonsal Farm Animal Centre, in Dorrington, Shropshire.

A … Continue reading…