Lady’s missing out on cat handed to family that will not provide it back

A lady whose micro-chipped pet cat was re-homed by the RSPCA after it went missing out on has now been informed by its brand-new owners that she could not have him back.

Booba was located simply three roads from her house in Crickle-wood, north London, concerning two months after going missing, records The Telegraph.

He was discovered looking “starving as well as significantly bedraggled”.

The RSPCA was called and they took the animal to their north London facility in Finchley for therapy, prior to being turned over to charity Cats Protection for re-homing. Booba’s proprietor Marine Coucoulis found online that her cat had actually been found as well as re-homed.

And also she was left troubled when she was informed the feline’s brand-new owners had grown connected to him and would certainly not provide him up.

It is believed Booba’s owner was not tracked down since he was signed up in France with a French animal database.

Ms Coucoulis, a French national, relocated from Paris to London with Booba 18 months earlier.

“ They claim they cannot bear to provide him up. But they have had him for just 2 weeks. I had Booba for four years, from when he was simply three months old.

I miss him so much. How can they claim they are currently the rightful proprietors now? It is like taking him from me.


“ This is a mad scenario and also we are exceptionally thoughtful.

We saved this pet cat’s life, nursed him back to health and wellness, as well as throughout the 7 weeks he was taken care of in our health center we actively searched for a proprietor by putting up posters, advertising him online as well as examining his integrated circuit.


The situation is really pathetic. Hope Booba will find his real home soon and he will enjoy National Cat Day 2016 , one of the famous event for adorable kitty with his family and friends.

If you are a cat lover or you have a pet kitty and in spite of this you are not aware about this event then check here to know what is National Cat Day actually.