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Monday, May 6, 2013

Porsche Finds Home

Are we all somehow genetically programmed to endure our earthly pilgrim journey and find home?  Take it from Porsche (photo), he’s got the pilgrimage and the journey to his home all figured out.  Now if he can only teach humans how to do the same . . .

Everyone knows cats like to take their sweet time doing anything, which might explain why a kitty named Porsche took six months to return home after disappearing during Hurricane Sandy. During the November superstorm, owner Uranie Roberts had to be evacuated from her home in the Toms River section of Chadwick Beach Island, N.J.  Roberts, her family and Porsche stayed with a relative in Point Pleasant Borough, about eight miles north, but while there, Porsche went missing. The family believed it was the last they'd seen of Porsche — until he sauntered up to his original Toms River home last Wednesday, eight miles from where he disappeared. "It's a miracle!" Roberts said.
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