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CHRISTOPHER FOUND AFTER AN EXHAUSTING FOUR WEEK SEARCH

February 18, 2015

 

CHRISTOPHER FOUND AFTER AN EXHAUSTING FOUR WEEK SEARCH

 

Katie K. of Cincinnati, Ohio, contacted me when Christopher had disappeared from her mother's room in a retirement home. Since Katie had worked so hard to find a quality retirement home that would accept cats, it was extremely frustrating to have him escape only one week after he and Katie's mother had settled in to their new home.

 

Katie received calls from people all over the densely populated neighborhood who claimed to have seen Christopher, but none of the calls ever panned out. Katie was becoming increasingly desperate to find Christopher as the rainy season got worse and worse, and searching for him became increasingly cold and miserable.

 

When I communicated with Christopher, he let me know that he did not like the retirement center and wanted to find his "real" home where he and Katie's mom had lived previously. He was hiding near a white cat who sat on top of a white Volvo type car near a cream colored home. He ate the cat's food when the people in the home were away.

 

Katie found the white cat, Volvo and cream colored home nearby and asked the lady who resided there to keep a watch out for Christopher. Sure enough, Katie received a call from the lady the next day. Christopher was found!

 

Katie K. writes:

 

"For four weeks I woke up everyday and thought about Christopher. I felt like Hilary's guidance in securing Christopher's safe return was a godsend. After all that time, I needed to know that someone was out there rooting for me. I can't thank Hilary enough!"

 

 

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