Stray in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
stray in(to something)
to wander into something. The deer strayed into the town and ruined almost everyone's garden. We left the gate open, and the cows strayed in and drank from the pond.
References in periodicals archive
People who do not want to keep a stray in
their own home can take it to the council's reception point at North Clwyd Animal Rescue in Trelogan near Holywell.
While Deal won't make predictions, he likes the early season trends shown by Stray in
both practice and meets.
All pets eventually stray in
their lifetimes, so the question is not if, but when.