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cat again.While living in Edmonton, their Siamese cat Kiki got out and never came home.“She’s always been such a great cat. She just wants you to pet her, anyone whose met her knows that you don’t want to lose this cat,” Antev said.For months, after the eight-year-old cat escaped, Antev said she and her and her family worked hard to try and find her.They put up signs, door-knocked, and handed out posters in their neighbourhood with zero success.“We put out food for her, we put out a trap, but we never caught anything — not her or anything else.”Almost a year after Kiki went missing, Antev and her family moved to Ontario.“We kind of almost gave up hope that we would find her at that point, we also had a lot of coyotes that lived in the neighborhood and we were really scared about that.”After the move, Antev said her husband tried to get her to change her phone number to an Ontario area code.Since it was the number listed on Kiki’s microchip however, she refused — holding out hope that one day Kiki would be found.Meanwhile, the missing cat had made her way to Hana Kadri’s home in Rapperswill — a new neighbourhood in the Castledowns area of northwest Edmonton, that’s less than a 10-minute drive away from where she went missing.After she saw the small cat on her backyard cameras, Kadri started leaving out food.“I was home so I would see her come eat, and she would come three times a day for food, so I posted on a local Facebook page to see if she belonged to anyone,” said Kadri.With the help of a neighbour, Kadri trapped Kiki and she was taken to the vet — where her microchip was scanned, and Antev was called.“Five years later I got a call from the vet saying ‘we have Kiki,’” she said.“I just started sobbing.
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