A cat who became separated from her owners while they were on holiday in Florida has returned home - after walking 190 miles to get there.
Jacob and Bonnie Richter were on a trip to the Daytona International Speedway last November with their beloved pet Holly when she was spooked by fireworks and ran off into the night.
The couple spent days searching for her and handing out flyers before returning alone to their home in West Palm Beach, Florida.
But a full two months later they got an unexpected call.
Holly had been found in a garden just a mile away from home - having completed a nearly 200-mile journey.
"She was so skinny, all bones and weak and she could hardly walk," said the woman who spotted her, Barb Mazzola.
She told ABC News how she took the cat to a local vet who located the animal's microchip.
"Yeah, she had a journey, we'd love to know the story behind all her trip," owner Jacob Richter told CNN, after being reunited with Holly.
"We've got to fatten her up, spoil her again, yeah," he added.