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Cat Lost In Deadly Australian Bushfires Miraculously Reunited With Family


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Cat Lost In Deadly Australian Bushfires Miraculously Reunited With Family

Ben Symonds from New South Wales feared that he had lost his cat forever in the devastating
Australian bushfires that have been all over the news recently, but luckily, the lost cat returned after one week.

The Australian bushfires that have been devastating the country and the world have been mainstream and all over the news recently. It has had such a big impact to even to the point families and their pets have been affected. Ben Symonds from New South Wales was worried that his beloved
the cat was gone forever, but thankfully, the missing cat was returned after

a week Ben and his family were forced to leave their longterm house when a bushfire had reached their home.


In the chaotic rush to evacuate, their two terror-stricken cats, Mickey and Angel, ran into the bushes nearby to get away from the fire the flames.

Cat Lost In Deadly Australian Bushfires Miraculously Reunited With Family

When he and his family came back to their house, the cats were nowhere to be seen. Ben had posted on Reddit: “‘Fire has ravaged our property. ‘Every inch of our property is jet black
Only the grass around the house had survived.”Ben had thought the worst for his cats, and the fear grew as the days went by. The cats had not returned and stared the black grass and trees around weren’t helping.

It only made the family wonder about how low the chances were that the cats could have lived through such an inferno.

Nevertheless, they were not losing hope, they’ve placed food around the house, in hopes of luring the cats back.
After seven days of their struggles and attempts, Ben started to accept the possibility the cats were not able to escape the flames.

But, on day seven, Angel showed up, tired, disoriented and unstable.
She seems pretty stoked and loving attention. ‘Now I just hope the Mickey comes back.”

Unfortunately, Mickey hasn’t returned yet, but we and ben and his family hope he will find his way home too.


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