A pensioner couple were amazed when they were reunited with their pet cat six years after she went missing. See SWNS story SWMRcat. Pauline and Trevor Robinson gave up hope of ever seeing Georgie again after she darted out of a window at their home near Durham. But what appeared to be a routine welfare call for RSPCA inspector John Lawson last month turned into a happy reunion. He had been alerted to a cat, who was underweight and suffering from an open sore on her throat, living in bushes. A check revealed Georgie was microchipped and that her owners resided just around the corner. Pauline and Trevor had not seen their pet since September 2016 and were so upset when she went missing they had a plaque made in her memory. After an emotional reunion, Georgie, who is now 14-years-old, is settling back home and is preparing to meet the couples two other cats, Charlie and Sabrina, and rescue dog, Bree.