A New Hampshire woman had long ago given up hope of ever finding her lost cat. Michelle Wright’s beloved Fuzzy ran off while they were at a friend’s house in 2010. In fact, Wright hadn’t just given up hope on Fuzzy coming home, she had mourned his death.
"One of her neighbors had told me that a black and white cat that resembled him had been struck by a car, which was extremely devastating. I was a mess for quite a while and I had given up for the most part," Wright said to WMUR.
Fast forward to 2014. Two weeks ago, a shelter brought Fuzzy to a pet store that happens to be just down the street from Wright’s house. As luck would have it, Wright went to that pet store to buy something. She took one look at the fluffy feline and knew they were finally to be reunited.
Wright proved Fuzzy’s identity by a unique mark on his paw and after going through the official adoption process and an $85.00 fee, Fuzzy finally came home. The fee paid for all updated shots as well as an implanted tracking chip so that Fuzzy will never be lost again.