- Associated Press - Monday, December 7, 2015

NEW YORK (AP) - A feral feline now has a home in New York City, some 1,300 miles from where her new owners found her.

The Daily News reports (https://nydn.us/1Tv7Jjp ) Douglas Adams and Matt Beaugrand of Brooklyn found the kitten while walking near their hotel during a trip to Cuba.

But they soon found the cat lethargic and covered with tar from a dumpster site. So the two navigated through red tape and paperwork and found veterinarians who could get Jynxie Havanita her shots so she could be cleared for travel.

The two pooled their cash so Beaugrand could fly with the kitten to Montreal and then to New York. Fourteen hours later, they made it back to Brooklyn on Nov. 28.

Jynxie is now exploring her new home and cuddling with her owners.

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Information from: Daily News, https://www.nydailynews.com

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