LONDON – A U.K. person was browsing an on the net real estate listing for his neighbor’s house when he spotted somebody he identified in a single of the pictures: his own cat lounging on a bed in the home.
“The neighbours just set the dwelling up for sale. Could not resist checking it out on Zoopla. Which is our bloody cat,” Michael Hubank wrote in a publish on Twitter.
He posted a photograph of his cat, Freddy, comforting on the bed in a single of the rooms of the shown house. The tweet has considering the fact that garnered more than 328,000 likes.
In an e mail to FOX Tv Stations, Hubank reported he seen that the tweet and picture of his cat cheered up a lot of people for the duration of a difficult time.
“We are nonetheless below COVID restrictions more than here, but no lockdown for Freddy, seemingly,” he reported.
Hubank stated that he brought his neighbor some flowers and was able to get Freddie back again. He claimed somebody already set an offer you on the dwelling, but the homeowners promised to only market to a cat lover.
Hubank posted a observe-up image of Freddie again house on March 29. “Residence once more. For now…. Ideal. That’s more than enough cats,” he wrote.
Hubank explained he noticed quite a few persons, primarily in the U.S., maintain their cats indoors.
“I had replies from all above the globe, such as lots of from the United states. I discovered that heaps of persons maintain indoor cats in the U.S., so it should have seemed particularly strange,” he stated. “Right here the cats roam totally free.”
This tale was documented from Los Angeles.