For Floki The Cat, There Really Ain't No Mountain High Enough The New Hampshire feline has been scaling the state's mountains — usually from the safety of her owner's backpack. They set out to climb all 48 of the state's 4,000-foot mountains. Mission complete.

For Floki The Cat, There Really Ain't No Mountain High Enough

For Floki The Cat, There Really Ain't No Mountain High Enough

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The New Hampshire feline has been scaling the state's mountains — usually from the safety of her owner's backpack. They set out to climb all 48 of the state's 4,000-foot mountains. Mission complete.

LEILA FADEL, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Leila Fadel. For Floki the cat, there really ain't no mountain high enough. The New Hampshire feline has been scaling the state's tallest mountains, usually from the safety of her owner's backpack. The duo set out to climb all 48 of New Hampshire's 4,000-foot mountains. And a little over a week ago, they completed the task. But fans on social media want more. Floki's owner says worry not; Floki still has a lot more climbing in her future.

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