A Family Feared Their Cat Was Lost Forever. Then the Doorbell Rang.

When the Whitley family moved to a new neighborhood in Mastic Beach, New York, they had one big concern: Would their cat 8-year-old cat Lily adjust?

“I was really nervous about bringing her to a new area with how she would react,” Stephanie Whitley told local news station PIX-11.

Then her worst fears came true. Lily went missing.

Usually, the little grey outdoor kitty came home at the end of the day, but when she didn’t return for four days, “I didn’t think that Lily was coming home,” Whitley said.

Just when they had given up hope of seeing Lily again, the Whitleys were awoken by their Ring in the middle of the

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