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    Toronto's Airport Reunited A Girl And Her Lost Teddy In The Most Adorable Way

    "You went above and beyond to reunite a little girl and her bear."

    This is Ra Ra, a little stuffed bear who got separated from his best friend at Toronto's Pearson Airport. Thankfully, an employee found Ra Ra so he could start his journey back to Saskatchewan.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    Some kindly employees at Pearson documented Ra Ra's trip home and shared the photos on Facebook. The day started when "RaRa woke up in a drawer at the airport, but he was supposed to be on a plane with his family."

    The next stop was a security check, including a ride through the scanner.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    He then travelled along a moving sidewalk to get to his gate. Which makes sense, not having legs and all that.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    Ra Ra passed the time by jumping on the Blue Jays bandwagon.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    And by making some new friends.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    Minors shouldn't be travelling alone, so Pearson sent Ra Ra back with a teddy chaperone.

    Toronto Pearson International Airport/Facebook / Via Facebook: torontopearson

    On Tuesday, Ra Ra's family in Martensville, Saskatchewan, shared a photo of the teddy reunited with his bestie.

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    "Ra Ra is home and I have one very happy little girl. You went above and beyond to reunite a little girl and her bear," they wrote.

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