Cathleen is not the only dog who was recently reunited - however briefly - with her owners in a remarkable fashion.
Not once but twice, Cathleen walked about 20 miles from Prague to Seminole to find her original family, the Humane Society said.
After her family moved to a new home in the Oklahoma city of Seminole, they decided the couldn't keep Cathleen, a 6-year-old Great Pyrenees mix, and gave her to someone living in Prague, a little less than 20 miles away, according to KOCO. "I tried to get her, but I couldn't, so I called Animal Control", she said. But a few months ago they moved into a home in the town of Seminole, Okla. where they couldn't keep her anymore.
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She has since been rehomed in the shelter in a bid to find her new owners. Cathleen missed her family so much that she made the trek twice. "She's probably traveled the most out of all our dogs". Sweet and loves food. She's a love bug.
'Cathleen has a calm temperament and wouldn't hurt a fly.
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Officials did not provide any further information on the girl's condition or if any of her family members had been trapped. On Tuesday, Brown told reporters that the scenes "looked like a World War I battlefield ".
This dog knew where she belonged, and distance was not an obstacle.
The humane society said they'll continue to post updates as Cathleen settles in with her new family. "We are working hard on just the flawless, secure place!"
The adoption fee for Cathleen is $25.
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If not, the shelter says they already have several applications to adopt Cathleen.