When Mrs Nancy Cowen in Westcott, England, had to move into a nursing home, she left her cat Cleo in the care of the neighbors. Normally, that would be that, but Cleo had plans of her own.
A couple of weeks after Mrs Cowen’s arrival, the staff at the nursing home noticed a friendly cat hanging around the house. The cat would sleep on benches outside the facility, and they thought she was a stray begging for food.
It took another couple of weeks before one of the carers picked the cat up in the company of Mrs Cowen, who said, “That looks like my cat. But my cat lost part of her tail in a traffic accident.”
Of course, the kitty hanging around the facility also missed a part of her tail – because she was Cleo, who miraculously managed to track down her human.
Cleo has been welcomed into the nursing home, and the staff will provide her with a loving home for the rest of her life.