I called his name and he came back. I knew it was him ": the purring meeting of the owner with the cat SEVEN YEARS after it disappeared when he moved out of the house
- After spending seven years in the streets, a cat has been returned to his home
- He was left to a veterinarian by an anonymous couple and then his microchip was scanned
- The owner had been searching incessantly and was about to give up before receiving the call
Wade Sellers for Daily Mail Australia
Julie Brown spent seven heartbreaking years looking for her lost cat who escaped while moving to her home in 2011.
After throwing endless fliers, knocking on doors and driving through the streets, the Sydney woman received the call she had been waiting for last week.
Mrs. Brown was ecstatic as she spoke dawn, revealing the moment he received a call from the local veterinarian telling him they had their lost cat, named Jay.
"After so much, a long time, I thought it just was not possible," he said.
An anonymous couple handed him Jay last week and thanks to today's technology all he needed was a quick scan of his microchip and Julie was on his way to pick it up.
Julie said that although she was nervous at first as soon as she picked it up, it was as if she had never left.
The adorable cat was delivered to a local by an anonymous couple and thanks to the microchip technology was scanned and quickly returned to its owner
"I did not know how he reacted to me, but I just reached out and started crying again," he said.
"I absolutely knew it was him immediately, I called his name and he turned around, I knew it was him, he remembered, that was all," he said effusively.
When asked where he thought he had been all these years, Mrs. Brown said: & # 39; I have no idea, I wish we had a GoPro on it so we could see the story & # 39;
"Because of his personality, I think he's probably been somewhere for a while and something went wrong."
Julie Brown does not know where she was all these years, but she said it's wonderful to have him at home & # 39;
While she said she was a bit "worse" when she picked it up and was sure the vet would have thought it was wild, she was "very loved and missed and it's wonderful to have him back home".
"He's a happy child, he knows he's at home."