NA-NB-DOG-HERO5 The cat named Ghost, right, had been missing for weeks until Cash, a black border collie Labrador mix became an unlikely saviour. Uploaded by: Nowysz, Karina

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SACKVILLE, N.B.—A New Brunswick cat who had been missing for six weeks had an unlikely saviour: A dog.
Shelly Colette was walking her dog Cash a few weeks ago in Sackville, N.B., when the black border collie Labrador mix stopped over a manhole and refused to move.
Colette looked down and saw a cat through the grate and immediately knew it was Ghost, a local cat who had been missing for weeks.
“I had never met Ghost, but I had seen the missing cat signs around town and I thought, ‘That’s Ghost,’ ” said Colette.
“Cash was very intrigued and refused to leave. He wanted to save this cat.”
Colette called Ghost’s owner Izzy Francolini, who rushed to the scene.
“I was at work …