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Microchipped Cat Reunited With Owners After 8 Years

Ginger the orange tabby cat was just a kitten when she went missing from her home eight years ago in Novato, California. Where she's been over the years remains a mystery, but recently she showed up at a Navato man's shop for food. The shop owner had been feeding her for about two months when he decided to take the cat to the Marin Humane Society for a checkup—and much to his surprise, the cat was microchipped.

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As reported by Huffington Post, Marin Humane Society spokeswoman Lisa Bloch said the shelter was able to reunite Ginger with her owners—Nancy and Stephen Payne—and that the eight-year separation and reunion was a record for the organization.

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Images via Marin Humane Society

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