A cat from California made an unlikely cross-border homecoming Friday when Canadian animal welfare officials reunited the pet with her American humans for the first time in four years. 
BooBoo was turned over to Olgah Chmelicek at a Buffalo, N.Y. hotel, surrounded by media there to cover the cat that’s become an international sensation.
“She was a little skittish when she first came in [to the hotel room],” Chmelicek  told CBC Radio’s Ontario Today host Rita Celli. “We’re letting her run around. She was a little scared at first but now she’s loving and loving.”
She said it was like the cat was thinking, “I remember her – yeah!”
“She’s just very sweet. It’s amazing, so surprising. Amazed.”
Chmelicek said the whole experience has been unbelievable.
“She survived all these years when we all thought she was gone. It’s incredible,” she said. “I’m still in shock.”
BooBoo made headlines after she was rounded up earlier this month as a stray in Puslinch, Ont., a small town 4,000 kilometres away from …
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