☀ Community Finds Stolen Cat

AND Teen Saves Woman From Train Collision

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Here’s what to know for Thursday:

  • California community finds stolen cat

  • Crop seeds added to Arctic Doomsday Vault

  • Teenager pulls woman to safety moments before train impact

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Susie Heffernan's cat, Dundee, had a wild adventure when their truck got swiped right out from under them.

Now, you might be thinking, "Who steals a truck with a cat inside?"

Dundee wasn't just any cat; he was a survivor, both of the 2018 Campfire and now, of unexpected car theft. 

When Susie realized her truck, along with Dundee, had gone AWOL, it sparked a community-wide search.

Susie and her pals kicked things into high gear, scouring the streets, posting flyers, and probably calling out, "Here, kitty, kitty!" louder than your neighbor during a midnight snack raid.

Now, if you think this was just a routine cat search, think again.

This was a Hollywood-level saga, complete with twists and turns. The truck turned up miles away, but Dundee was still MIA.

When things were looking as bleak as a catnip-less toy, a hero emerged.

Someone called in with the purr-fect tip: Dundee had been found!

When they finally saw Dundee, it was like the reunion scene from every feel-good movie you've ever seen.

But the real stars of this story? The community.

From sharing posts to offering rewards, these folks showed that they're all paws on deck when it comes to furry friends.

Dundee is probably already planning his next adventure, but this time, he'll stay close to home.

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Lily Baker is an 18-year-old from Tennessee who fearlessly dashed onto train tracks to save a woman in a wheelchair.

Talk about real-life superhero vibes!

Lily was cruising down the road when she spotted someone in a wheelchair stuck on the tracks. 

Without missing a beat, she leaps into action faster than you can say, "Holy locomotive, Batman!"

As the train barrels toward them, Lily's inner Wonder Woman kicks into high gear.

She scoops up the woman, trying to outrun the train like something out of an action movie. But alas, they tumble onto the tracks, narrowly escaping disaster.

Ardmore Police Chief Jereme Robison summed it up perfectly: "Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes."

And Lily? Well, she's proof positive that you don't need a cape to be a hero.

Despite the close call, Lily remains humble, saying she'd do it all over again in a heartbeat. Now, that's what we call courage!

You know what they say?

Duos that match together, stay together.

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