It was 2005 when a 4-year-old cat named Boo decided to ran away from home. Boo’s owner tried her hardest to find his beloved cat, taping the entire town into ‘missing’ posters, and putting ads in the local paper. It seemed he would never ever return, and a sorrowful Janet Adamowicz was left in just hopes that Boo was taken care of by somebody elsewhere. In 2008 and 2014 Janet welcomed two more cats into her home, Ollie, and Tessie. Completely out of the blue 13 years later from the day Boo went missing, Janet finally received the call and heard the words she never thought she would hear. “I got a call on Thursday to say I had a cat missing. I said ‘I don’t think I do, they’re both here’ – but they said we’ve looked on the system it says you own a cat called Boo. I thought it was weird, but I couldn’t believe it when I got to the vets and they had her there – and she still remembered me.” Boo was found in a very good health for a 17-year-old stray cat, with just a little dehydration. An anonymous woman took her to Wicstun Vets in York, England, saying she was found 40 miles away, lurking around for weeks. Reading the data from the microchip from 2001 vets were able to match up Boo’s name with Janet’s mobile number. Janet recalls: “Boo was very lively as a young kitten and enjoyed the outdoors and adventuring – but would always return home. Despite only being five-years-old she still remembers me and has been my shadow ever since coming home. Vets shared an extremely emotional scene they’ve witnessed. “There wasn’t a dry eye in the building. Boo recognized her mum straight away and within minutes the two were thoroughly enjoying plenty of face rubs, cuddles, and meows.” On YouTube you can see Janet talking about the whole experience.