For more than a year, a family in Britain had been searching for their kitten. Clive recently was found inside a pet food warehouse. When he was finally discovered, Clive was quite the fat cat.
RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. In a headline straight out of The Onion, the Daily Mirror reports, missing cat found twice its original size after living for 14 months in a pet food factory. It took the factory months to figure out a cat was responsible for the holes in the pet food boxes. And Clive, who'd slipped away as a slender kitten, returned as a really fat cat. He ballooned so much the parents had to introduce Clive to their young daughter as a new pet. It's MORNING EDITION.
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