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Fri August 10, 2012
Cat Comes Back to Local Dealership
A local Chevrolet & Toyota dealership in Murray has its cat back. Receptionist Emily Bebout says one-year-old Winston was returned to Dwain Taylor Chevrolet and Toyota last week. The company took out an add in the local newspaper early last week asking for help finding the showroom cat.
Bebout says a local man came in with pictures of Winston, who had been hanging out on his back porch unharmed.
Bebout says workers in the dealership's repair shop found the cat as a kitten about a year ago under the hood of a car brought in. The car's owners didn't know the animal, and the cat has been a fixture at the dealership ever since.