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Toronto airport staff document lost teddy bear’s trek home

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Lost teddy bear returned to rightful owner
WATCH ABOVE: A little girl who lost her teddy bear while travelling with her family through Pearson airport has been reunited with Ra Ra the bear. – Sep 30, 2015

TORONTO — A Saskatchewan stuffed animal is now a social media darling after his unlikely journey through Toronto’s Pearson Airport.

Ra Ra was separated from his human companion Phoebe as they travelled through Pearson earlier this month. Airport staff were eventually able to reunite the two, and documented Ra Ra’s journey on Facebook.

His journey began with an escape from a lost-and-found drawer.

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He found a flight to Saskatchewan but, despite that innocent-looking face, he still had to go through security. However, we’re not sure how he made it through without a passport.

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And since he technically doesn’t have any legs, needed an easier way to travel to his gate.

Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook

While killing time before his flight, he found time to jump on the Blue Jays bandwagon.

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Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook

Although it seems he’ll always have a friend in Toronto.

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After his return, Phoebe’s delighted mother responded with a photo of her own.

 

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