updated 5/10/2004 2:51:15 PM ET 2004-05-10T18:51:15

A cat named Lilly didn’t see any of her two-week cross-country trip to Nevada.

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She was in a drawer the whole time.

The two-year-old Siamese disappeared April 20 after movers showed up to pack the belongings of her owners in Tarrytown, N.Y.

The couple searched everywhere for the cat, and put up reward signs around the neighborhood before leaving for Reno.

Last week, when a mover was taking the last piece of furniture off the truck, he opened a dresser drawer to get a grip on it. And there was Lilly.

The couple says Lilly was a little stunned, but after some tender loving care, she came around. Before long, she was running around and purring.

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