Skip to comments.Missing Cat Lived in Pastry Factory for 3 Years
Posted on 02/25/2014 2:35:00 PM PST by smokingfrog
When pets get lost and are found weeks, months, or even sometimes years later, they are typically a little worse for wear.
Not so for Woosie, a cat in Great Britain that ran away from home three years ago. Instead of joining a circus, he went to live at a pastry factory, which made him one fat cat.
Hes a heavy cat now hes quite large. We think that he may have been eating all the pasties and sandwiches up there, Helen Johns, Woosies human mom, told the U.K.s Daily Mail.
Woosies journey began in Gover in 2011 when, as they always did, the Johns let out their beloved cat for a romp in the garden. Unfortunately, Woosie never returned.
It wasnt long after that Woosie would show up at the at the Ginsters pastry factory nearly 30 miles away!
How he got there is anyones guess, but its been theorized that he might have hitched a ride on a delivery truck or in another vehicle going to the area.
(Excerpt) Read more at petmd.com ...
OHHH One fat kitty cat
If I lived in a pastry factory, you’d need a front-end loader to pick me up.
I’d like to get lost in a pastry factory. I could live there quite happily for years!
Cat has a sweet tooth or thirty!
So Woosie is half-cat, half-human, right?
Hm. I might introduce pastries to my cat’s diet.
Looks a lot like our Thunder...
If he went missing I’d be worried to death. There are a lot of sickos who want black catz.
Thanks for keeping us informed.
I just read the article. That’s not Woosie, it’s a stock photo. Didn’t look fat to me, so I dug a little.
The cat’s name reminds me of a story in the book, “All My Patients are Under the Bed or in the Closet”.
The thought of cat hair in the pastries and a cat running around on the equipment is not pleasant.
>>So Woosie is half-cat, half-human, right?
All cats are half-human. Just ask them.
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