Fat Cat Rejoins Her Family a Month After Moore Tornado

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After more than a month after a devastating Tornado swept through Moore, Oklahoma Tiffany Moreno’s cat was miraculously found.   One of Moreno’s neighbors actually found Fat Cat under a boat.  Followers of Moore Oklahoma Tornado Lost and Found Animals immediately recognized Fat Cat as one of the animals whose families were searching for them.

Tiffany told how Fat Cat was found, saying:

“She wasn’t trap but she was taking shelter under a neighbors boat that was still there and our neighbor just happened to go back and see her under the boat. They took pictures and sent them to my dad and he said “yes that’s her!!!” So our poor fat cat ain’t so fat and bless her heart she survived under that boat for a month!! But she is doing well and drinking water and eating and all checked out. She’s a miracle baby.”

We couldn’t be happier for Tiffany and her reunion with fat cat.   This is merely an example of never giving up hope.  That even after an entire month of a devastating tornado, animals are being found, cared for, rescued and nurse back to health and happiness with their owners!

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