In the meantime, after a trip to the passenger, in a 17-hour drive and a 2,400-kilometer journey, the cat returned.
In New Scotia's family, Saturday night, he joined his pet, with more than a week in a box connected to Alberta.
The Purolator staff discovered the cat in Montreal and was called local SPCA.
He started looking for a tabby in the Jacqueline Lake family for four days, when he received the call.
Children and family thought that the cats could escape while the children went to school. They put on the watches and crossed the neighborhood doors and looked under the cover.
"I started to lose hope again, Kitty is a very docile, but it's very curious and it's a thing," Lake said.
Volunteers took him home
Lake invented the cats, Baloo, to explore what was crawled on a tire rim that had already been rimmed. It seemed strange that one of the packages weighs more than 10 pesos, but rejected a serious problem with the edges.
"He has not made any sound," he said.
Lake said "permanently thanked" SPCA and volunteer network Freedom Drivers who delivered Baloo to return home.
"I did not go to Montrealera to return my cat, but we got it. I did not have to pay anything. It seemed strange to us," Lake said.
Her daughter Victoria Lake slipped up and down, just as her beloved cat waited.
"I told my mom:" Why did you send me my cat? "He said." He probably slept and probably started eating some food. It hides it from there. "
Baloo, on the other hand, was healthy. He went straight to the other family's cat and then to his food plate.
"I think it's a little bit stressed, it's a very big baby. I know I can not touch the edges of the little shower," said Jacqueline Lake. "It's worth a week's food."
Freedom Drivers, based in Montreal, are often transported to Ontario and Scotland shelters. A person took a cat and a dog to Truro, N.S. Ryan Dixon and his mother led a 90-kilometer trip.
"This was the first one we met with the real owner of the pet … I hope you have a good Christmas," he said.