Turner Found after Missing for 2 Years

April 4, 2013 |

turner hafner, lost cat, found after missing 2 years

Turner Hafner, a handsome orange tabby, has been reunited with his family after two years on the lam.

Found by a rescue group about five miles from his home in Marin County, California, the 11-year-old cat’s family was identified via a microchip implant.

Turner’s Dad David was stunned when he got the word that Turner had been found.

“We just could not believe it,” he said. We’re still pretty blown away by all this.”

Hafner’s three daughters were “crying for days” when they first lost Turner, and now are “crying tears of joy.”

“Our first thought that he was eaten by a coyote,” he said. The family spotted Turner eight months ago, but he was “extremely skittish” and they couldn’t get close to him, according to Hafner.

Carrie Harrington, spokesperson for the Marin Humane Society said that Turner’s return is a great example of why owners of lost pets should never give up hope.
 
 
PHOTO CREDIT: Marin Humane Society

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Karen Nichols is a Pet Industry Influencer, Publisher and Multimedia Designer in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has over 15 years of experience in the Internet Industry as a User Experience Analyst and Interaction Design Consultant. She's blogged professionally for nine years, and is a respected expert in social media, web analytics, online branding and Wordpress design and development. She's a popular speaker at pet industry conferences. In 2013, she won the BlogPaws social media awards for Best Cat Blog and Best video. In 2012, Karen won the Best Blog Design award for SkeezixTheCat.com. She was one of seven finalists in the national Purina Cat Chow Correspondent search in 2010. She has been a spokesperson for Friskies and judge of the 2012 "The Friskies" video contest, and a juror for the Internet Cat Video Festival. Karen is a member of the Cat Writer's Association, Women in the Pet Industry, the IAABC, The Interactive Design Association and the North Bay Multimedia Association.

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  1. We so hope Arty comes home one day and you can write about her.