How to make sure your pet is found when it goes missing

When Kami Gullickson’s beloved barn cat Kali did not turn up to keep her company during morning stable chores earlier this month, she hoped the tabby was just off on an adventure. But it’s now been three weeks with no sign of her feline companion.

While Gullickson has not given up on the cat reappearing, she is facing the reality that she may never know what happened to the 4-year-old tabby.

“My fear all along had been someone had stolen Kali,” Gullickson said. “We wanted to make sure that did not happen to [my other barn cat] Cooper so we ordered a tracking device and two days after putting it on him he was picked up and taken away.”

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