Dog walks 40 miles to find her former owners

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Her previous family was unable to keep her after moving to a different home.

A dog in Oklahoma who was given up for adoption missed her owners so much that she trekked almost 20 miles to try and locate them.

Twice, she hit the road and walked the 20 or so miles between Prague and Seminole to look for her old family.

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The owners placed Cathleen in a home in Prague, Okla. until the Seminole Animal Shelter could find her a forever home, KOCO reported.

She was described as the ideal family pet - humble, kind, healthy, housebroken, loves children, plays well with other dogs and doesn't pull on a leash.

"Cathleen has travelled twice from Prague (about a 20 mile trip) and returned to her family in Seminole", Seminole Animal Shelter wrote on Facebook on Tuesday. Mattingly said her organization has received calls from as far away as North Carolina from people hoping to adopt Cathleen.

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And when she couldn't find her family the first time, the homesick pooch made the journey again. She's a love bug.

Cathleen is not the only dog who was recently reunited - however briefly - with her owners in a remarkable fashion. Cathleen has a calm temperament and wouldn't hurt a fly.

A dog in search of a new home is having trouble letting go of her past. She does great with other dogs'. Her adoption fee is $25.

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However, Cathleen was determined and somehow set off for her old home and family some 32 kilometres away.

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