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Missing Cat From California Ends Up in Canada Years Later

Her owner suspects she hitched a ride as she has a habit of jumping in cars

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    Missing Cat From California Ends Up in Canada Years Later
    Guelph Humane Society via AP
    This March 2017 photo provided by the Guelph Humane Society shows BooBoo at the organization's facility in Guelph, near Toronto in Ontario, Canada. BooBoo went missing from her home in Watsonville, California in August 2014.

    A cat that went missing in California 2 ½ years ago has shown up many miles away in Canada.

    The San Francisco Chronicle reports that BooBoo the cat went missing in August 2014 in Watsonville, California. Last week, the tabby showed up in southeastern Canada, about 3,000 miles (4827.81 kilometers) from home.

    When BooBoo arrived at Guelph Humane Society in Ontario, she hardly looked like a grizzled traveler.

    Humane society Executive Director Adrienne McBride says BooBoo is in "fantastic shape." In fact, she might need to go on a diet when she gets home.

    Dog Delivers Basket of Water on Baseball Field

    [NATL] Dog Delivers Basket of Water on Baseball Field

    A viral video of minor league baseball dog delivering water at a Fort Wayne TinCaps game has surfaced on Twitter.

    Video of 'Jake the Diamond Dog' was posted as the golden retriever carried a basket filled with bottled water out to the umpire between innings taken at a recent game.

    The video was posted by Indiana news station WPTA's sports anchor Zach Groth.

    Jake delivers water to umpires on the field in a basket and reportedly makes an appearance at a variety of minor league baseball games and has done so for several years.

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    How did BooBoo reach Canada?

    Owner Ashley Aleman suspects BooBoo hitched a ride as she has a habit of jumping in cars. The cat was identified by a microchip.

    Animal protection officers will carry the cat across the border Friday.