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(NEXSTAR) – A British cat’s unfaithful ways are no longer a secret after he finds himself in real estate photos for a neighboring landlord.
It all started when Michael Hublank, director of clinical genomics at a London cancer treatment hospital, decided to take a look at his neighbor’s house on UK site Zoopla, Metro reports.
In the photo, next to the interior of the house, an orange cat was enjoying a sprawl on a purple bedspread.
“That’s our damn cat,” Hubank tweeted.
Hubank’s tweet about finding her feline’s second life has inspired thousands of comments, some from cat owners who thought they were the only ones – and others from people who took collective ownership in the process. .
A woman shared a photo of her orange tabby ‘Ginge’, explaining, “He has 4 houses. He is currently sleeping on my couch. This is not my cat. Or actually called ginge, but he responds to it and he’s so beautiful. “
Another woman wrote:
“A family member dreamed of a cat in her bed for months … she didn’t own a cat … then she woke up and her ‘dream cat’ was snoring at the end of the bed … the “dream cat” lived a few doors away, but preferred to sleep in his bed.
Hubank joked amid the attention online, “Typical. A decade of publishing thoughtful commentary on #genomics goes largely unnoticed. But you send ONE chat tweet…. “
As for her cat, the serene kitty is safe at home… for now.
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