AN EIGHT-year-old girl has got her missing cat back - along with two more.
Britanny Hubbard's family appealed for help after her pedigree brown Burmese, Rose, vanished.
The cat was last seen climbing on a van whose driver was installing Sky dishes.
She was later found at a farm about two miles from her home in Ripponden. The family was told minutes after arriving home with two more cats.
Britanny's father, Glenn Hazelden, owner of Huddersfield Accident Repair Centre, said the family had blitzed the area with posters showing a photograph of Rose.
When she was found, the farm owner immediately recognised her and she had her name and address on a red heart- shaped collar.
Mr Hazelden said: "Rose was the most docile cat before she went missing, but she's come back quite wild after living on a farm for several days.
"The distance she was away from home leads us to believe she'd jumped on the van and then hopped off when it made its next call two miles further up the road."
Britanny's mother, Karen, who owns Triangle House children's nursery in Ripponden, added: "We had just been out and bought two ragdoll pedigree kittens and returned home when the phone rang to say Rose had been found, so now we've ended up with three!"