A TABBY cat is back in Bradley after an amazing adventure.
The cat travelled to Nottingham after hitching a lift in the back of a lorry.
The stowaway was found by a lorry driver on December 30 after it leaped out when he unloaded the truck.
Miss Adele Eccles, of Bradley Road, who fosters cats for the RSPCA, said: "The female tabby was brought to the Halifax branch of the RSPCA by the driver.
"He set off from Bradley in Huddersfield and the cat leaped out as he unloaded in Nottingham.
"He thought the cat was probably from this area and caught it and returned it to Yorkshire in the lorry."
The cat appears healthy and well cared for with a nice personality.
It does have a distinguishing feature which only the owner would recognise.
But she could have been returned to her owner straight away if she had her owner's details embedded in a microchip under the skin.
Miss Eccles said: "The RSPCA has a scanner in all its branches so cats can be returned to their owners if they are brought to us."
The operation is harmless and is performed by most vets.
Anyone who believes the animal may be theirs should ring 01484 544504.