Aros wrote:I've asked him several times where he was and he's not talking.
I told my daughter when she awoke that I had a surprise for her. When she came into the bedroom she saw him there on the bed and she said "STANLEY!!!" and ran over and put her head down hugging him. It was a great moment. Here he is in recovery mode with the flyer we had all over the neighborhood. He's a bit skinnier and more tired/stressed than the photo of him from the flyer but for good reason.
Aros wrote:It is with a joyous heart that I can report that Stanley has returned safe and sound!
At 4:48am this morning, I awoke to a "meow" out our bedroom window. I jumped out of bed so fast I almost hit the ceiling! I called out his name and he responded back with another meow. I bolted down the stairs and there he was at the back door! I opened the door and he came right in and I grabbed him up and gave him some serious hug time. He was still meowing and it was immediately apparent he was very hungry. The wife had cleaned up his food and water dishes and litter box putting them away (our theory was that that was like washing a car before rain) so we had to scramble to get his bowls out and pour him some food. We were so happy! I can't believe how sad we were as a family.
He looks fine, no obvious marks or issues. Maybe a few ounces lighter but other than that, he looks to be in great condition! We will still take him to the vet to be looked over.
We both believe strongly that Komu helped sniff him out of hiding. We are very grateful for their help yesterday and I want to say again to everyone our deep thanks for your kind thoughts and words in regards to Stanley. I'm not a religious person but I am quite spiritual and I do believe there was some assistance in that realm as well.
It's a great day!
SacHawk2.0 wrote:You have no idea how hard it was to NOT put pictures of Chinese food in this thread.
Bill Assumpcao wrote:Well Todd,
Maybe next time you'll pay attention to the warning signs.