Man browsing online real estate ad sees his own cat relaxing in his bedroom

Freddie the cat pictured in an online real estate ad lounging in Michael Hubank’s neighbor’s house. (Michael Hubank)

A British man was browsing an online real estate listing for his neighbor’s house when he spotted someone he recognized in one of the photos: his own cat lounging on a bed in the house.

“The neighbors just put the house up for sale. They couldn’t help but check it out on Zoopla. It’s our goddamn cat,” Michael Hubank wrote in a Twitter post.

He posted a photo of his cat, Freddy, resting on the bed in one of the rooms at the listed property. The tweet has since garnered over 328,000 likes.

In an email to FOX TV, Hubank said he noticed his cat’s tweet and photo cheered many people up during a difficult time.

“We’re still under COVID restrictions here, but no lockdown for Freddy, apparently,” he said.

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Hubank explained that he brought flowers to his neighbor and was able to get Freddie back. He said someone had already made an offer for the house, but the owners promised to sell only to a cat lover.

Hubank posted a follow-up photo of Freddie at the house on March 29. “Back home. For now … Okay. That’s enough cats,” he wrote.

Hubank said he noticed many people, especially in the United States, kept their cats indoors.

“I got responses from all over the world, including a lot from the United States. I learned that a lot of people breed indoor cats in the United States, so it must have sounded particularly strange,” he said. he declares. “The cats roam free here.”

This story was reported from Los Angeles.

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