A cat named Casper has become a regular user of a bus service in Plymouth, England, often making round trips of up to 11 miles, according to the bus company First. The black and white cat can be seen queuing with other passengers for the number three service.
Casper's owner Susan Finden, 55, who picked him from a rescue home in 2002, said he had always been a free spirit. Mrs Finden said she named her pet after Casper the Friendly Ghost, as he has a habit of wandering off.
A spokesman for First said that drivers had been bussing Casper around for months, but Mrs Finden said she had only just found out about his use of public transport.
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