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Old 09-14-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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My cat would do the same....

.... he's as mad about Disney as me!


from today's London Metro paper:

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Bob-bob the sly moggie decided that he was not about to let his owner go to the Happiest Place on Earth without him and so slipped into her suitcase ready for the ten hour journey.

Ethel Maze from Ohio didn't realise that she was in fact harbouring her pet in her luggage and despite the bag being screened at Port Columbus International Airport it wasn't until she checked into her hotel room and unzipped her bag that she noticed the black cat tucked into her belongings.

The 14-month old kitty appeared to be shaken from the long-haul flight, however soon began purring after being discovered by Ms Maze.

She told the Mail Online: 'He was so frightened. He hid for about seven hours in our hotel room and only in the middle of the night came out and started licking us and purring.'
After finding Bob-bob, Ms Maze rushed out to a local pet store to pick up supplies for her surprise guest, however questions have been raised over how the feline managed to make it through airport security.
Spokeswoman for the Transport Security Administration, Sari Koshetz told ABC News 'our machines are very sensitive to picking up explosives and other threats to aviation,' however it seems that they are not built to detect stowaway moggies.
Ms Maze, who runs the Maze Residential Care Home for disabled veterans, was part of a group of injured service members and volunteers making their annual trip to Orlando.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:23 PM   #2
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Aww, what a funny story! I can imagine my cats doing the same too.
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