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Georgia cat that arrived in the Inland Empire goes back home in time for the holidays

 

Last updated 1/4/2018 at Noon

Kitty Bitty, a cat from Georgia, surprises Riverside County Department of Animal Services officers by making an appearance at a Riverside Pepsi plant, but with the help of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the county was able to get the cat back home. Courtesy photo

RIVERSIDE -- A cat from Georgia had a wild ride in the back of a soda truck all the way to Riverside County, but he arrived back home for the holidays with the help of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

The 5-year-old, domestic short-haired cat, Kitty Bitty, ended up in the county’s care after he was discovered at a Pepsi facility in Riverside.

Officials believe he got to Inland Empire by boarding one of the Pepsi’s cross-country trucks Dec. 15, according to an ASPCA news release.

When Riverside County Animal Services Officer John Hergenreder responded to...



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