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When a house goes up for sale on your street it's almost rude not to have a quick ganders: what's their kitchen like, do they have a fireplace? What've they done with the cellar, that kind of thing.
Well, one man did just this and instead of having a look at their colour schemes or wood flooring, he spotted his own cat sprawled out on the bed.
The neighbours just put the house up for sale. Couldn't resist checking it out on Zoopla.
That's our bloody cat. pic.twitter.com/w4YnxNZOLq
- Michael Hubank (@generoom) March 28, 2021
After searching for the property on Zoopla, the man clicked through 13 of the 14 pictures available and noticed a very familiar four-legged creature.
The ginger cat is lay down on a purple throw that is covering one of the beds and it's fair to say that it looks like it's made itself fairly comfortable. Put it this way, that is not this cat's first time in that house anyway. It's got too much confidence.
Taking to Twitter, the neighbour (and cat owner) wrote: "The neighbours just put the house up for sale. Couldn't resist checking it out on Zoopla. That's our bloody cat."
The tweet has since racked up over 166,000 likes, more than 17,000 retweets and over 2,000 comments - and growing.
Brilliant .. this is my cat, that's not my house. pic.twitter.com/WeAW2ohDIh
- Sam (@gettheshotsin) March 28, 2021
I have one of those - he's obsessed with my dog, and forces his way in. Claw marks all down the front door. pic.twitter.com/dhQYqnChJt
- Mo (GIVE ME ALL OF THE KALE) (@moparoyal) March 28, 2021
One person shared a picture of their own cat, writing: "Brilliant .. this is my cat, that's not my house."
Someone else said: "Our neighbours' cat sneaks in all the time. She has a habit of sitting on the windowsills looking out, just like that... Straight back at her own house across the road. Mortifying."
A third introduced everyone to a cat called 'Ginge', commenting: "This is ginge. He has 4 homes. He is currently asleep on my on the sofa. He is not my cat. Or actually called ginge, but he responds to it and he is so handsome."
Another shared a conversation she had with her neighbour who was politely asking whether she'd seen the cat called Hector because they haven't seen him for weeks. The woman simply responded with a picture of the furry friend on her lap.
I've said it once and I'll say it again: cats do what they want... and we love them for it.
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