A piece of property in the lost and found at Salt Lake City International Airport has been claimed after nearly a year—a taxidermy rat. The rat was returned to its rightful owner after she recognized it in a TV news report. Carrie Poulson said she returned to Utah from New York in August after attending a taxidermy class, and was dismayed when she arrived home and realized she’d lost her rat. She feared she’d left it in a ride-sharing car, and so didn’t check the lost and found at the airport. Meanwhile, the rat was in good hands at the lost and found, as the supervisor noted workers dubbed the rat “Stuart” and adopted it as an office mascot, often buying it hats. Poulson said she was delighted to be reunited with her stuffed rat, which she says the lost and found staff kept in good condition.