Family finds cat in home after four-day search

The cat, named Lily, couldn't be found after a tree fell into the Rosen's home on Elmwood Drive during a windstorm.

The cat, named Lily, couldn't be found after a tree fell into the Rosen's home on Elmwood Drive during a windstorm. (4/7/16)

STAMFORD - A Stamford family's cat that was reported missing on Sunday has been found safe in their own home on Thursday.

The cat, named Lily, couldn't be found after a tree fell into the Rosens' home on Elmwood Drive during a windstorm.

Lily, though, ended up being found in their own basement on Thursday.

Family members say Lily was scared and will be brought to a veterinarian to be checked out.

The Rosen family thanked the community for helping with the search.

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