Based on the article, “Sydney to Armagh: Mystery Of Globe-Trotting Cat” (https://news.sky.com/story/1504327/sydney-to-armagh-mystery-of-globe-trotting-cat), published in Sky News on 18 June 2015, Private Detectives Glasgow suggest useful tips to help families recover missing family members and pets without delay.
The article published in Sky News on 18 June 2015: https://news.sky.com/story/1504327/sydney-to-armagh-mystery-of-globe-trotting-cat, describes the mysterious case of a cat that was found roaming in a backyard in Northern Ireland. The local cat protection services found a cat, Ozzie, and declared the animal a stray. When the cat services checked the feline, it was discovered that Ozzie belonged to a family in Australia—10,500 miles away from Ireland. Apart from the revelation of Ozzie’s real name—Tigger—it was also learnt that the cat was actually twenty-five years old, whereas science holds that a cat is expected to live no more than fifteen years. The newspaper writer discusses the insensibility and mystery an affectionate cat being found in the middle of nowhere. The cat is said to have crossed the Irish Sea in 2004 as a stray. The post of the missing cat is said to have been shared on public platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, more than twelve hundred times. The cat, initially thought a stray, was found roaming in the backyard of a woman’s home in Ireland after which a local stray cat agency was called. When the cat agency learnt of the cat’s true home, the owner’s family was contacted. The cat has been sent back, but nothing has yet been confirmed whether the feline actually belonged to the family or not.
Responding to the article published in Sky News, Private Detectives at Glasgow, (glasgow-privatedetectives.co.uk) speak out about the lack of priority given to cases of missing pets and people. Exercising the utmost competence and expertise, the detectives at Glasgow follow through every missing case with care and diligence. Whether the case involves a missing person or pet, the experts ensure that the clients know exactly who to contact to achieve desired results. The experts share tips with clients to contact the nearest police office in order to file a missing report. The next step is to contact a detective and share firsthand information with the professional. The remaining work is then done by an investigator with years of experience.
Chief investigator at Private Detectives Glasgow, Hannah Gold, talks about the value that must be given to missing persons and pets cases. The expert says, “We understand the value that is attached to a beloved pet. So when an animal that is like a family member, goes missing, we take it as seriously as we do the case of a missing person. A lot of damage can be prevented if the right authority is informed at the right time so that appropriate steps can be taken. Our job is to locate the missing animal and bring it home, against all odds.” The expert can be contacted via the company’s phone number (0141 447 0042).
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