Michael Hubank became aware that his next-door neighbor’s London apartment was up for sale.
The scientific researcher and cat owner couldn’t help but look up his next-door neighbor’s house on the internet, peering at photographs of the for-sale home.
He landed on page 13 after scrolling through the various listing photos and discovered a hairy discovery.
Hubank was taken aback when he saw his old four-legged pal. Freddy, his own cat, was sleeping on his neighbor’s bed!
Between his house and the neighbors’, the sly kitty had been living a double life.
Hubank uploaded a screenshot of his dog sprawled out on the purple blanket on Twitter.
“The house was placed up for sale by neighbors. I couldn’t help myself from looking it up on Zoopla “he stated.
“That’s our bloody cat.”
The tweet went viral almost instantly, garnering over 326,000 likes in the process.
Cat owners joined in the fun by commiserating about their own cats’ sneaky conduct.
“Cats have no loyalty,” one person commented.
“My friend…saw photographs of her cat in frames lazing in the [neighbors’] living room,” said another cat owner.
Hubank, a researcher at the Royal Marsden Hospital, said Freddy has gone home – for the time being.
He was likewise taken aback by the attention he received as a result of his viral hit.
“Typical. A decade of intelligent #genomics remarks has largely gone unnoticed. But if you only send one kitten tweet, you’ve had your fill of cats!”
Freddy appears to be grabbing all of the attention, both online and offline!