Husband and wife, Dave Bryant and Nancy Bryant, from New Hampshire, met their beloved cat 7 years after losing it.
The cat named “Bunny” handed him over to the couple, the daughter of their friends, when they decided to enlist for service in the US Army in 2011.
The couple said the pet was very loving and friendly from the start. Almost two years later, Bunny went out for a walk and never came home. And Bryant and his wife had been searching for the cat for a long time in the city and the forest near their home, and they published announcements of his loss, but no one had seen him in the city and its environs.
Passers-by met a cat after 7 years of losing it, so they took him to a veterinary hospital in Portsmouth, where a veterinarian examined him and said that the animal was in good health and sent him to a local animal shelter where the shelter management examined him again and discovered he had an electronic chip attached to his body that showed that the cat is the property of their friend’s daughter The administration contacted the girl, who was still serving in the Army, who helped her connect with the Bryant family.
No one knew where the animal spent 7 years, but due to its excellent state of health, its owners assumed that it was living in a house.
The couple said the cat made them so happy that they gave him a new name and considered it a happy gift for Christmas.