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Willow, lost Colorado cat found 5 years later in New York City: Next meme superstar?

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Willow, a cat who wandered away from the Squire family's home in Broomfield five years ago, turned up on East 20th Street in New York City yesterday -- and she's not telling how she got there. That's the kind of mystery capable of creating the next Meme Cat Superstar. But does she have what it takes to travel the cyber-world like she did the United States? Judge for yourself below. More from our Kenny Be/Comics archive: "Lost and found pets posters reveal secret lives of Dorkus and Moses: Kenny Be's Sign Language."

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