The owners of a cat that hopped a train in Melville during the frigid temperatures earlier this month and wasn’t found until the train reached Wainwright, Alberta is now back home.
Brent and Lynette Hahn went to Edmonton to get “Tiger” last week after seeing a story on the cat and becoming convinced it was theirs.
Brent says “Tiger” is right back to her daily routine as he wakes the couple up at 6:30 to get fed while spending much of her day downstairs in her bed.
Hahn says the 5 year old cat has definitely had an experience and he adds it seems as if she is a little skittish about wanting to go back outside right now opting instead to go spend time in the basement of his home.
Hahn adds the cat seemed to have suffered a little bit of frostbite on its paws and will be going to a vet to get thoroughly checked out this week.
He is grateful to Brad Slater, the conductor of the train that found Tiger, and says the couple has told him they will keep him up to date on how Tiger is doing. The couple sent Slater pictures of the cat in his home environment on Sunday night once it had returned home.