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Cat found in London hotel

Lucky black cat

How lucky is this black cat? 

Or is it the force?

The cat is named Obi Wan Catobi.

The cat went missing from its home in Leeds, England about nine weeks ago.

Obi Wan was discovered at a hotel in London this week – some 200 miles away from home.

How Obi Wan got there is still under debate, but apparently the Force is strong with this one.

Construction workers found the black beauty last week near the Euston train station because Obi Wan was trapped.

The RSPCA arrived and set a humane trap with food to lure Obi Wan out.

Obi Wan had a microchip and that’s when it was discovered that Leeds was his home.

Apparently when his owners moved to a new house, Obi Wan went missing in April.

Obi Wan’s owner, Adam Williams, is thrilled that his beloved pet will be coming home.

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