Cat missing at Dulles Airport for 2 months found, returned to excited owner: ‘I am so thankful’

Christmas miracles do come true – or at least they do for one very happy pet parent.

Molly McFadden lost her beloved cat Milo on Oct 속청영어 다운로드. 3, at Dulles International Airport. The tabby’s travel carrier had been broken during a Lufthansa flight from Germany to Washington D.C., as the traveler first reported on a Facebook page called Milo is Missing Download 6 times for your boyfriend.

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The three-year-old cat went missing “while being transported from the tarmac to international arrivals baggage claim,” McFadden wrote in a desperate Facebook plea five days after the cat was still unable to be located 템플릿 ppt 다운로드. Despite searching the area, including using tracking dogs and cat traps, Milo was still not found.

“I hope that by spreading awareness about Milo and what happened to him, someone may see him and help me reunite with him Download Cookie Run Crystal Bugpan. Please feel free to share, especially with anyone living near Dulles. Thank you,” she wrote.

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Airport employees and USDA Wildlife Services conducted daily searches, but nothing came of it for over a month 형 mp3 다운로드. Then on Nov. 8, McFadden received a call from the USDA that her cat, which she had gotten while being stationed in Germany, was spotted on the airport property 네이버 영화 다운로드. However, her hope was quickly dashed as no one was able to catch the crafty cat before he ran back into the woods.

McFadden continued to hold out hope, which finally — and miraculously — paid off nearly two months to the day of his disappearance 카카오 장기 다운로드.

Molly McFadden lost her cat Milo in October at Dulles International Airport after her pet's carrier was broken during a flight from Germany. 

Molly McFadden lost her cat Milo in October at Dulles International Airport after her pet’s carrier was broken during a flight from Germany. 
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“I have been waiting so long to make this post and couldn’t be more excited about it – guess who’s home for the holidays!!!” an excited McFadden wrote in a Facebook post on Dec Fiddy Box. 6, along with photos of her cuddling Milo.

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“I am so thankful to the Dulles Airport USDA and all the team that helped look for him 소설 이안 다운로드. A special thanks also to Sam Connelly from Pure Gold Pet Trackers and Bonnie Westbrook (aka Team Milo) for helping me stay hopeful and for putting so much work into tracking him down 종이의 집 다운로드. And thanks to everyone who followed for their support and well wishes. The little guy is so lucky to be loved by so many people,” she continued.

The post was liked nearly 7K times since it was shared last week, with many celebrating the “amazing news.”

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Though McFadden admitted to the Washington Post in an interview that she would get frustrated and angry by the experience, she learned that “persistence” and “building a support network right away” is key when searching for a lost pet – especially when it’s “at an airport or other facility with restricted access.”

As for Milo, he seems to be happy to be home in time for Christmas.

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