After 5 years, Cat finds her home again thanks to Rescue Post

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After 5 years, Cat finds her home again thanks to Rescue Post

When a cat is missing, hope that your love will be home soon. But as days turn into weeks and eventually months, hope fades as the heart wonders what happened to your lost cat. After years have passed, although it hurts, accept that your cat is now living in your memory, and her disappearance leaves an unsolved mystery.

Kendra Armstrong understood this misery when her cat Moose went missing five years ago. She never expected to see her boy again. So imagine her shock when she saw a familiar face while browsing the Midcoast Humane Society of Maine’s adoptable cats online.

There were moose listed under the name Elders.

Five years after he disappeared, Moose was alive and finding his way home thanks to Midcoast.

@ midcoasthumane / Instagram

“At first it felt like a dream, I was so happy,” Kendra told WGME. “I was so excited not only to know that he was alive but to get him back, it’s like the craziest thing ever and I never expected it.”

But where was Moose all this time?

A cat trip

Moose went missing at his home with Kendra and spent some time alone before finding himself on a rescue. He was known there as the Piglet, but when Nick Schroeder adopted the seal cat the name didn’t seem right. And elk / piglet was the oldest.

Nick Schroeder / Facebook

Nick and Oldest dated for four years, but there came a time when the two had to separate due to life circumstances. Nick shared on Facebook, “I’m very grateful to Midcoast Humane for looking after him, and I hated giving him up.”

When Oldest’s picture reappeared on Midcoast’s page a year later, Nick decided, “I wanted to pick him again now that my life situation had changed, but I’m overjoyed that he found someone who knew him. He is an amazing guy! “

And that someone who knew him was his mother Kendra!

Nick Schroeder / Facebook

Now Moose has made it back to his home forever and he stays close by Kendra’s side.

She said to Midcoast, “Moose (elder) knows he’s finally home and he doesn’t want me to leave his line of sight (I don’t blame him at all because I feel the same way). I am so grateful to have him at home. “

On his five-year adventure away from home, Moose found caring hearts and dedicated rescue workers to help him along the way. And when fate went with him, Moose found his way home and now knows the joy of a happy ending.

@ midcoasthumane / Instagram

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Feature Image: @ midcoasthumane / Instagram & Nick Schroeder / Facebook