For seven months Katelyn Lockwood waited, and waited, for a telephone call.

The Mishawaka resident finally received it. Her cat Henry, missing in Rochester since December, was found.

"I was kind of in shock," Lockwood said.

After all the waiting, she actually missed the call because she was on a plane between Texas and Indiana.

She received a text delivering the good news upon landing at O'Hare International Airport. It was from - the company which registered Henry's microchip.

"My sister read the text over my shoulder and she put her hand over her mouth," Lockwood said. "She showed it to our mom. She said 'oh my God! That's crazy.'"

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