Elizabeth Antev and her family were reunited with their cat Kiki five years after she went missing. The Canadian family was living in Edmonton, Alberta, when Kiki didn't come home one day. They searched for her for months, but had no luck. A year after Kiki went missing, the family moved to Ontario, but Antev told Global News she refused to change her phone number, just in case someone was able to come across Kiki, who has a microchip. Hana Kadri, who lives about a 10-minute drive from Antev's former home, started to leave out food after noticing a cat on her backyard camera. Her neighbor helped her capture the cat and she took it to a local vet, where it was identified as Kiki. A friend of the family picked up the now 13-year-old cat and flew with it to Ontario. Antev said Kiki is settling in well at her new home, and her days of wandering outdoors are behind her, saying, "She doesn't seem to be too interested in the door anymore -- I don't think she's going anywhere." And that's a good thing.