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Cat and owner reunited after 9 months and 1,200 miles

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Ken Gold said his 2 1/2-year-old calico RV would get tuna for dinner instead of cat chow after their reunion at Tucson International Airport.

Gold, who moved to Tucson from the Seattle area nine months ago, had a microchip implanted in the cat for about $90 so that if she went missing, he could find her.

As he was packing for Tucson, Gold said, the cat clawed her way out a nylon cat carrier and hadn’t returned home by the time he had to depart for the Southwest.

Gold was notified about two weeks ago by King County Animal Care and Control staff that RV was alive and looked well.

He couldn’t afford to fly her to Tucson but he did pay $41 for a health certificate so RV could board a plane.

Read More: Cat, owner reunited after nine-month, 1,200-mile separation


Written by allpositivenews

03/07/2009 at 6:09 pm

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