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The disappearance of a gorgeous orange cat in Nashville has sparked an international armchair detective competition to figure out where she comes from. How did a cat with a microchip implanted in Italy end up misplaced in Nashville?

The case of the stray cat discovered at the Nashville International Airport was reported on Facebook by Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control (MACC).

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This week, an orange kitten was discovered near the airport. Our experts checked it for a microchip, which was inserted in Italy despite the fact that it was not registered.”

The shelter claims in the comments that the chip was not registered and that no information was available. They also filed a complaint with the airport in case anyone was curious.

It’s possible that the cat’s owner failed to register the Microchip after it was implanted, either by mail or online.

The story of the orange cat quickly became a race to solve the enigma when it was published. The story has already been sharеd over 1.5K times. Over 175 would-be sleuths have chimed in in the comments. Many of those who answered, including an Italian veterinarian, are from Italy.

To reach a larger audience, some propose cross-posting to other Facebook groups. “They can discover anything!” said one who advised posting on TikTok.

Some speculated that the cat may have come from a military family. As a result, they proposed contacting the army vet clinics in Vicenza and Naples.

Others desired the microchip information, but owing to privacy rules, the owner’s contact information could not be made public.

Meanwhile, acquaintances in Italy volunteered to examine databases and contact animal registries on their behalf. Overall, it was incredible how many individuals offered to assist in reuniting this cat with his family. As a result, we can be certain that the cat will soon be reunited with his owner. Even if it wasn’t, several individuals in Nashville offered to look after the cat.