Casper was adopted from an animal rescue centre in Weymouth, Dorset in 2002. Susan Finden, a 48-year-old health care worker, moved to Plymouth, Devon, in 2006. She had no idea what Casper did while she was away. It was not until early 2009 that she discovered that he was riding on buses.
About Casper (cat) in brief
Casper was adopted from an animal rescue centre in Weymouth, Dorset in 2002 by Susan Finden, a 48-year-old health care worker. In 2006, Finden moved to Plymouth, Devon, and when she went to work each day she had no idea what Casper did while she was away. It was not until early 2009 that she discovered that he was riding on buses. The drivers told her that he would politely queue along with other passengers at the bus stop opposite her house. When a bus came that he liked, he would get on and jump on his favourite seat.
Casper would remain on the bus for its 11-mile round-trip to the city centre and back to the busstop opposite his house, where the drivers would let him exit, ensuring that he did not get off at any other stop. On 14 January 2010, Casper was hit by a taxi, which did not stop to help him. He died of his injuries before Finden could get him to a vet. News of the accident spread quickly around the world, with some newspapers calling it a hit and run.
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