Where in the world did Molly go? That’s the question that still baffles the Cullison family after a tearful reunion with their cat Molly just before Christmas.
“I just couldn’t believe it, I was crying,” said Molly’s owner Lorie Cullison.
Six years ago Molly went outside the Cullison home in the River Chase area of North Charleston – and never came home.
“My daughter was in the 5th grade when we got Molly,” Cullison said. “She was a junior in high school when Molly disappeared, and now my daughter is 23!”
It’s pretty amazing to think an animal can still be found after six years, but it happens more often than you think. “This is the perfect example of why we always encourage people to have your pets microchipped,” said Charleston Animal Society Lost & Found Coordinator Ashley Greaves. “Microchips can make miracle reunions happen and they are extremely affordable.”
As for Molly, after two weeks of being kept inside, she is now allowed back out, but only for short periods, “She’s doing really good. We are so happy.”