Couple ‘Rescued’ a Pet, Turns Out They Stole a Stranger’s Cat

Couple ‘Rescued’ a Pet, Turns Out They Stole a Stranger’s Cat

A kind couple who got a move on help to discover their friend’s missing cat came all the way back somewhat humiliated after an incident of mistaking the cat.

Owner Sophie Johnson posted on Facebook encouraging individuals in Prestonpans, Scotland, to watch out for her missing cat Lentil, alongside a dazzling image of her charming ‘small scone’.

After news found its way back to Sophie that little Lentil had been spotted at a new housing development looking ‘truly sloppy’, she claimed for her friends to head over and examine as she was not able to go herself.

The couple went out to find the cat and it didn’t take long for them to message Sophie with the news she was frantic to hear. A calmed Sophie answered to state she was ‘shaking’ and ‘could barely handle it’.

Tragically for everybody included, the cat Lauren and Charlie had locked in their vehicle wasn’t Lentil in any way. Before they could drive away and place the creature into the arms of a human it had never looked at, a neighbor headed out to tell the couple the cat had been living in deployment for a year.

Charlie broke the awful news to Sophie to state they were ‘humiliated’ having ‘took a wrong cat’ and would proceed with the inquiry.

However, this odd story doesn’t end there.

A post at that point showed up on a Facebook group, saying that Somebody simply attempted to take their Railey ragdoll cat. Fortunately to their awesome neighbors, it was saved.

After such drama, Lentil is still missing so please watch out for him in case you’re in Prestonpans.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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