Dear friends, I thought that this would be a perfect story to share just in time for Christmas. This simple story is a “Love thy Neighbour” reminder for the upcoming year.
Thank You #yyc#calgary for your retweets and your huge support. Zoey is dirty and skinny but home at last!! pic.twitter.com/jrCzi4gIA2
Р“СћРІвЂљВ¬РІР‚Сњ Kris Hyatt (@krishyatt) December 20, 2013
I think that this Christmas is going to be like no other for Kris Hyatt, a Calgary home staging designer. Her cat Zoey went missing and I somehow found out about this on twitter and completely tuned in. I checked every day, retweeted all the photos, and hoped for the best.
Kris reported her pet missing to local shelters, pet clinics, animal services and whatever else she could think of. She even mentioned on twitter that even the mayor got informed. Kind volunteers helped to search the area and there were even phone calls about sightings.
It was such a phone call that helped to find Zoey. Kris got a sighting call and right away went to check the bin where she found her cat looking for food. Even though skinny and dirty, the cat was back home safely after being missing for almost 2 months.
If it wouldn’t be for this determined cat owner combined with such support from her community, this story most likely wouldn’t have a happy ending.
In the light of this story I encourage you to do something selfless and caring this Christmas for your neighbour or your community.
P.S. If you live in Calgary, please follow Kris Hyatt on Twitter.
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