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Long-Lost Pets Resurface

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Long-Lost Pets Resurface

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Long-Lost Pets Resurface

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"Jack the Cat" became an Internet sensation when he disappeared in baggage claim at New York's Kennedy airport. Two months later, American Airlines says, Jack has resurfaced at customs. A Jack Russell terrier named Petey traveled a bit farther: from Tennessee to Detroit — nearly 600 miles.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne with tales of long lost pets reappearing. Jack the cat became an Internet sensation when he disappeared in baggage claim at New York's Kennedy Airport. Two months later, American Airlines says Jack has resurfaced at customs. The cat didn't get far. The same can't be said for a Jack Russell Terrier named Petey. He went missing from his Tennessee home three months ago. Petey was found this week in a backyard outside Detroit, nearly 600 miles away. It's MORNING EDITION.

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