Missing cat found after living three years at pastry factory

02/11/2014 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)

Great Britain – A missing cat in Great Britain has been found after living at a pastry factory for three years. As reported by Yahoo! Shine, the cat, Woosie, ended up at the Ginsters pastry factory almost 30 miles away from his home in Grover after running away in 2011.

Woosie’s rightful home was located after he was taken to the vet and scanned for a microchip.

The cat, whose owner, Helen Johns, says is now much heavier than before, was “adopted” by workers at the plant who reportedly fed him snacks and sandwiches. Johns is quoted as stating of his appearance, “He’s a heavy cat now – he’s quite large. We think that he may have been eating all the pasties and sandwiches up there.”

Johns is further quoted as stating of Woosie’s adjustment to being back at home, “He came home on Tuesday evening, came straight into the house and just stretched out in the chair as if nothing had happened… He’s like Lord Muck. It’s surreal. He’s unfazed by it.”

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