A few months ago, the Boyles decided to let their cat Otto live with family on a farm. Unfortunately, Otto got loose.
“It was right before (Hurricane) Sandy was coming, so they left it in the garage for a few days until after Sandy left and when they let it out, it just ran away and never came back,” says Chris Boyles.
Fortuntately, someone found Otto and brought him to the Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society.
Otto has a microchip, which enabled shelter workers to track down his owners.
The Boyles say they’re glad to have Otto back. They plan to take him back home to Maryland.