Camila Castoldi went out on a walk near her house in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the other evening when she noticed something. A notice for a missing pet was put on a utility pole.
Luis, an orange and white cat, had gone lost, and his anxious owners were begging for help in finding him.
Castoldi, on the other hand, does not have to search.
Someone who seemed very familiar was just beneath the ad for the lost cat.
What happened next was as follows:
El otro día encontré un gato perdido y lo devolví a sus dueños, el chabon estaba abajo de su cartel de perdido. pic.twitter.com/aarteiSRo0
— Castoldi. (@camilacastoldi_) February 16, 2022
Luis was the one.
“‘Greetings, Luis!’ I said.” The Dodo spoke with Castoldi. “Then I dialed his family’s number. The family rushed up to me, thanking me and lavishing him with attention.”
Castoldi discovered Luis after he had been gone for four days. But, in some ways, the cat had discovered himself.
Luis was fortunately in good health when his time spent missing came to an end, and he’s now securely back at home where he belongs.
Castoldi, on the other hand, is grateful for her role in piecing together the evidence that led to the cat’s discovery.
“I consider myself fortunate to have discovered him,” she said.