Family Cat Takes Curious Trip From Lexington To Mt. Vernon

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/06/2012 12:07 am
A cat just took a trip from Lexington to Mount Vernon.

The bad news is that he wasn't exactly 'in' the car.

The good news is, he's okay.

Zacc and Lauren Spangler of Lexington own a cat named 'Church'.

They say their grandmother recently came for a visit.

The cat got out as grandma was leaving.

And the Spanglers say grandma was surprised when she got back to Mount Vernon and found the cat was with her!

And he wasn't inside the car!

Everyone suspects the cat was somehow underneath it, and made the whole trip that way.

He's now back in Lexington.

Zacc says,"We're just relieved that we know where he's at, and how he's doing. And we're just happy that he's home."

Whatever happened along the journey, the cat seems fine.

And he still likes to hang out, underneath cars.

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