Three years trapped inside a pasty factory? Sounds like heaven to us. And it sure was heaven for Woosie, a cat who has finally returned home (albeit a few pounds heavier) after living it up in Ginster’ Cornish pasty factory. Woosie was picked up by a vet and returned to his owners, Helen and Philip John, last Tuesday. The cat had been inserted with a micro-chip carrying the John’s home address, which the vet scanned when they found him roaming the streets near the factory.

Here’s some other stuff we loved from today:

Flavor-pairing may teach kids to like vegetables [NY Daily News]

Artist carves a fast-food kitchen entirely out of wood [Design Taxi]

Holy Grounds in Santa Monica: More proof that coffee can be a religious experience [LA Weekly]

Bob Marley’s son is building a coffee empire to honor his late father [Business Insider]