CHICAGO (CBS)– A mother is desperately looking for her 10-year-old daughter’s missing stuffed kitten after it got lost on a flight to Reagan Airport in D.C. that made a stop in Chicago.

According to Katherine Bennett, the kitten went missing on an American Airlines flight from Dallas that landed at Reagan on Nov. 20.

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The flight made a stop at O’Hare in Chicago, Bennett said. Now she’s hoping between the three airport’s lost-and-founds and other passengers, they can be reunited with the stuffed animal named Pepper.

The Texas family was on their way to visit the girl’s grandmother in Virginia.

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Katherine said her daughter Margaret has had Pepper for five years.

The 5-year-old Pepper is six-inches long — so Bennett said she knows it’s a long shot.

Reagan Airport did see the tweet and said they would be looking and asked for others on Twitter to tell them if they spotted Pepper.

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If you find the kitten, let Reagan Airport officials know or tweet Katherine or email her,