A cat that got lost when Hurricane Sandy hit America's East Coast has returned to her home in Chadwick Beach Island, New Jersey six months after she went missing.
Owner Uranie Roberts had given up hope of her beloved pet returning.
Roberts and her daughter Carol Baumann were forced to live with family, eight miles from their home when their town was hit by the October 2012 superstorm.
Their cat Porsche went missing while they were staying with relatives and they thought they'd never see her again, News 12 reports.
But six months later, Baumann heard the sounds of meowing coming from the back of their home and as she approached it she saw a familiar face.
Speaking to NBC 10, Baumann said: "I saw the green eyes and I said, 'My God in heaven, it's Porsche!'"
The cat had managed to travel eight miles through the storm destruction to return to her original home.
"It's just amazing how he found his way home," said Baumann.
Roberts and Baumann plan to get Porsche checked out at the vet but say she looks like she's been eating well over the past six months.
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