In this photo taken Jan. 15, 2016, Craven County Animal Control Supervisor Trinity Smith cuddles with Hemi, an American Curl mix cat. in New Bern, N.C. The cat has spent the last four years wandering Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in Cherry Point, N.C., but thanks to a microchip, his owners have been tracked down to their current home in North Dakota. (Bill Hand/Sun Journal via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
In this photo taken Jan. 15, 2016, Craven County Animal Control Supervisor Trinity Smith cuddles with Hemi, an American Curl mix cat. in New Bern, N.C. The cat has spent the last four years wandering Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in Cherry Point, N.C., but thanks to a microchip, his owners have been tracked down to their current home in North Dakota. (Bill Hand/Sun Journal via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT Bill Hand AP
In this photo taken Jan. 15, 2016, Craven County Animal Control Supervisor Trinity Smith cuddles with Hemi, an American Curl mix cat. in New Bern, N.C. The cat has spent the last four years wandering Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in Cherry Point, N.C., but thanks to a microchip, his owners have been tracked down to their current home in North Dakota. (Bill Hand/Sun Journal via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT Bill Hand AP

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