Adventurous pet leaves home, is returned to owner 5 years & 1,200 miles later
PORTLAND, OR - After five years of separation, a man and his beloved pet have been reunited.
According to the BBC, a cat named Sasha left his Portland home and traveled nearly 1,200 miles away. Sasha was recently found in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter said it was able to locate Sasha’s owner by scanning the cat's microchip.
Sasha's owner, Viktor Usov, said he’d given up hope of ever seeing his pet again.
Usov told the animal shelter, “I couldn’t believe it. We thought the worst, but when we received the call, we were so thankful Sasha was alive and well.”
Though only the adventurous feline knows the true story of his trip to Santa Fe, Usov believes Sasha somehow managed to hitch a ride to New Mexico.
“I guess I want to think he was on a great American adventure,” Usov said.
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter posted a video on facebook, recounting the second leg of Sasha's great American adventure as the cat traveled back home to Portland.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
String of car break-ins in luxury Baton Rouge apartment complex
LSU announces that students will not be required to get COVID-19 vaccines
Coast Guard suspends search for Seacor Power crew, volunteer diver weighs in...
Entergy finds solution for neighborhood with frequent power outages
Woman finds tracking device on car, state police want it back
Legendary Parkview coach Kenny Guillot passes away at 76
Southern Wins Third Straight Bayou Classic
White squad edges Purple in LSU Spring game
'We have a plan': Coach O quiet on how Title IX scandal...
Southeastern regains sole possession of first place in Southland standings with win...