Cat Found After 14 Years A Florida man had his cat run away in 2004. He thought the cat died. Then he got a call from a vet. His cat, which had a microchip, was found in an animal shelter.

Cat Found After 14 Years

Cat Found After 14 Years

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A Florida man had his cat run away in 2004. He thought the cat died. Then he got a call from a vet. His cat, which had a microchip, was found in an animal shelter.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. A Florida man named Perry Martin got a call the other day with good news. The veterinarian said his cat T2 had been found. Mr. Martin said impossible. T2 had been dead for 14 years. He escaped during a hurricane in 2004 and never came back. But sure enough, a microchip confirmed it was him. He had been on the street and was brought into The Humane League. Mr. Martin recognized the cat immediately. A little older, he said, kind of like me. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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