Couple reached Nainital from Bengaluru in search of cat, cat found after three months, expenses of two and a half million

In such a situation, the Kapoor couple are happy to find Leo again.

In such a situation, the Kapoor couple are happy to find Leo again.

Harsh Kapoor, who hails from Bengaluru, came to visit Nainital with his wife Bhavya Kapoor on 1 October 2020.

Nainital It is said that if you want someone from the heart, then it takes all the work to mix you with that thing. Something similar has happened between the cat and the owner, separated from his owner in Nainital. You must have heard unique stories of love from pets. But today, News 18 is going to tell you such a reality of love that after reading, you will press your finger under the teeth. This is the reality of a family and a cat raised by it. In the game, the cat suddenly gets separated from this family. And the real story of love between the cat and the family starts from here.

This is a unique story
Harsh Kapoor, who hails from Bengaluru, came to visit Nainital with his wife Bhavya Kapoor on 1 October 2020. Harsh Kapoor stayed with his family at the Balout Resort in Suryagaon, Bhujiaghat on Haldwani-Nainital Road. Along with the Kapoor couple, their two cats ‘Leo’ and ‘Coco’ also came to visit Nainital. As soon as the Kapoor couple arrived at the resort, they left the cats on the lawn to relay. ‘Leo’ disappeared on seeing the Kapoor couple upset. By the way, the couple had reached Balout Resort for a three-day weekend, but after losing the cat, they decided to extend the holiday for three more days. During this time, a search was conducted from village to forest, but no cat was found. But during this, he also announced to give a faith of five thousand to the cat’s finder or address.

Leo joins a ruined house adjacent to the forestBut despite the efforts of the villagers and the staff of the resort night and day, no cat was detected. Vikas Kiraula, who owns the resort and runs the Wild Tusker Society, says that the disappointed Kapoor couple returned to Bengaluru on 10 October. But in the meantime, he kept in touch with people associated with the Wild Tusker Society. On 21 January, a cat appeared to a villager. Whose information was given to the Kapoor couple. The Kapoor couple took a flight from Bengaluru to Bhujiaghat on 25 January, where after two days of hard work, they finally found their cat Leo in a ruined house adjoining the forest on the night of 26 January.

Two and a half million rupees spent
In such a situation, the Kapoor couple are happy to find Leo again. Harsh Kapoor says that Leo and Coco are normal cats. But he has a family attachment with him. Both cats were born in his house. Due to which there is a deep family attachment to him. Wherever they go, cats also accompany them. He was very upset with Leo’s disappearance. In the search of Kapoor couple’s cat Leo, from flight, taxi, hotel and food, nearly two and a half lakh rupees were spent.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *