Herrman & Herrman July 2017


1201 3rd St Corpus Christi, TX 78404

Inside This ISSUE

Fun in the Sun Page1

Grow Crystals With Your Kids July Testimonial Page2 Another Mistake That Can Hurt Your Case Recipe of the Month and Memes Page3

One Cat’s Incredible Journey Page4

Cat Tracks to Canada BooBoo’s Incredible Journey

How does a small cat travel over 2,000 miles in four years? That’s the question BooBoo’s owners have been asking since the reunion. Only BooBoo knows the answer. Shortly before BooBoo was reunited with her family, she was found wandering around the Puslinch area. The tabby had been labeled a stray and was picked up by the nearby Guelph Humane Society. Officials with the Guelph Humane Society checked to see if the cat was microchipped. Sure enough, she was. Baffled, the humane society called the contact number stored on the chip. No one answered at first. Olgah Chmelicek, BooBoo’s owner, said, “I didn’t even answer the phone the first day; it’s gotta be a wrong number. Who’s calling me from Canada?”

Olgah admits BooBoo is no stranger to disappearing acts. When BooBoo was a kitten, she would find a place to curl up and sleep among the kids’ stuffed animals. Olgah says the cat would be completely invisible for hours, if not days, at a time.

Olgah flew up to Buffalo, New York, to pick up BooBoo. “She was a little scared at first, but now she’s loving and loving.”

The moral of this story? Here’s what Olgah has to say: “I can’t express how important it is to chip your animal. Even though it’s four years later ... miracles happen.”

After a few tries, the Guelph Humane Society and Olgah connected, and Olgah’s next step was clear. “We’ve got to do whatever it takes to get her.”



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