A bloke was stunned after looking at his neighbour's place on a property site – and seeing his cat lying on one of their beds.
Michael Hubank, who goes by the Twitter name @generoom, was checking out his neighbour’s house listing on Zoopla when he discovered his cat has been living it up at their place.
The cat, called Freddy, seems to feel right at home at Mr Hubank’s neighbours and was sprawled out on the bed.
In the tweet, Mr Hubank wrote: “The neighbours just put the house up for sale. Couldn't resist checking it out on Zoopla. That's our bloody cat.”
Mr Hubank, who lives in Sutton, London, is Head of Clinical Genomics at Royal Marsden Hospital.
Since he tweeted the photo, the post has gone viral with over 200k likes and over 22k retweets.
Mr Hubank later tweeted: “Typical. A decade of posting thoughtful comments about #genomics goes largely unnoticed.
“But you send ONE cat tweet….”
At this time, we believe the cat is not included in the house sale but if you are ever looking for a genomics and cat-loving Twitter account, you know who to follow.
One user responded: “Cats don’t have owners, they have staff.”
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Another said: “We once found our cat in an elderly couple’s house, wrapped in a blanket in front of the fire , with a plate of jam tarts plonked in front of him.”
A third added: “One of my cats is being fed somewhere else. She's colossal and having trouble jumping.
“I’ve got her on a diet and she's still gaining weight. I'm annoyed with whoever is giving her stuff.”
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