Missing cat found in Great Britain in native village in 40 km from home

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Red cat named Cupid who lives in the British town of Bournemouth in Dorset, ran away from home and walked 38 km to return to the village of Odstock in Wiltshire, where he was born, writes the BBC.

The animal left home in late December and was not discovered until January.

“He lived in the house next door two years ago. I had no idea it was the same kitten,” said the woman who found the pet.

She posted a picture of the cat in social networks. The publication was seen by Cupid’s owner. The woman was greatly surprised, because it turned out that the cat had overcome almost 40 km to return to his native land.

In November it was reported that the owner of a domestic cat in Thailand looked for his pet for three days, and he returned three days later with a note around his neck. The message stated that the pet had been eating mackerel at the local fish kiosk the whole time.