Have you had a missing pet return?

Last updated 17:09 28/01/2015
Ka Pai
Rachel Macdonald
BACK HOME: Ka Pai was found when his Rangiora detective owner executed a search warrant on a North Canterbury address. His family's missing golden retriever Ka Pai was in the room police entered with a warrant for offences committed in the North Island.

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Has your pet made a miraculous return home after going missing?

Whether it's a hardy moggy lost in the move that travels hundreds of miles to their old house, or a faithful dog that sneaks on the family holiday, our favourite furry friends often have a knack for following their tails back home.

Or for being found in the most unusual places...

Few pet tales are as miraculous as Bart, who dug his way out from his own grave, or North Canterbury detective sergeant Rex Barnett's dog Ka Pai, who was found when Barnett executed a search warrant.

No matter if it's a small tail or a long tale, if you've got a great story of being reunited with a long lost pet send us your story and photos.

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