When Swedish moggy Glitter went missing from his home in Bromölla, Sweden, his owner thought he was gone for good.

Intrepid cat finds himself lost in the south France.
Intrepid cat finds himself lost in the south France.

But eight weeks after Glitter's disappearance, owner Sammy Karlsson received a phone call to say he'd been found alive and well, and was enjoying a sojourn in the south of France, almost 1800 miles from home. It's unknown how Glitter made his way there, but he was identified by microchip and, once he's been granted a French pet passport, will be on his way back to Sweden some time in the new year. Read more: thelocal.se 

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