Cathy Free reports for PeoplePets, June 12, 2017, that two years ago, Raymond McNamara, 50, rescued an old, deaf and blind Siamese cat from the streets in Washington state. He named the cat Lily and traveled coast-to-coast with her, never worrying about the cat running off at hotels or rest stops because she’s blind and “always sticks close.
Early last February during a trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the now 20-year-old Lily wandered off and go lost. As McNamara recounts what happened to People: “we were at a sand dune, I walked 10 feet away and turned my back for a brief moment. And when I turned around, she was gone.”
McNamara frantically searched through the surrounding brush for more than four hours, then had fliers made up about Lily, listing his contact information. For three weeks, he painstakingly searched eight square blocks, knocking on doors…
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