A cat missing from Denver since last June turned up at a construction site in Dallas this week.
It's been a long journey for Harvey the cat. A total of 794 miles, to be exact.
Construction workers found Harvey stuck in a 25-foot hole at their site in Highland Park, according to a post from the city of Dallas.
It took Dallas Animal Services about six hours to free the cat. He was caked in mud, but otherwise in good shape.
After being cleaned up, Animal Services found his microchip and located the owners in Denver.
No one knows how Harvey managed to travel so far, but his family is relieved to be reunited with him.
The owners are flying to Dallas this weekend to bring Harvey home.