Man Spots His Cat In The Real Estate Listing Photos Of His Neighbor’s House

Any cat owner knows that their furry felines will often get around, but the mystery of what our cats get up to during the day when we’re not around can sometimes remain a mystery.

For one cat owner, he discovered his cat’s double life quite by accident in the most unusual way possible.

When Michael Hubank’s neighbor put their house up for sale, Michael decided to check online out of curiosity. He was clicking through the photo’s listing on Zoopla, when he came across a very familiar face.

Right there, in the middle of the listing’s pictures was his cat.

Photo: Twitter/@generoom

The orange feline was sprawled out on top of a bed with a purple bedspread, clearly having a lovely afternoon nap. Michael was stunned. Clearly, this wasn’t his cat’s first rodeo inside his neighbor’s home.

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He couldn’t help but take to Twitter to share the funny moment.

Photo: Twitter/@generoom

In his post, he tweeted, “The neighbours just put the house up for sale. Couldn’t resist checking it out on Zoopla. That’s our bloody cat.”

After posting about the situation, the tweet has gone on to receive more than 327K likes, 30K retweets, and 4K comments, and it’s not stopping either.

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The tweet also inspired other cat owners to come forward and share their own similar stories of how they found out that their animals were leading double lives. As a cat owner myself, these tweets are just too funny. Cats really do know how to live their best lives.

Thankfully, Hubank later shared in a tweet that his cat had made it home safely and included a photo of the two.

Photo: Twitter/@generoom

What do you think of this tweet? Has your cat ever done something similar? Let us know!

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