Every morning, Liz Bullard of Bournemouth, England, takes her son to school and then ... picks up her cat from the sidewalk!
A cat is baffling his owner by wandering off at night before expecting to be collected by car every morning at exactly the same time and place.
Sgt Podge, a Norwegian Forest Cat, disappears from his owner's home in Talbot Woods, Bournemouth, every night.
The next morning, the 12-year-old cat can always be found in exactly the same place, on a pavement about one and a half miles (2.4km) away.
Meh... cats were domesticated because of their hunting abilities. Tom(in the pic) even helps control the population of Grey squirrels in Britain. :) Many cats find living in a house to be very confining. They just know instinctively that there's more to life.
once upon a time cats were allowed to live their lives wherever they want to be, not in some small apartment or a house that holds no interest to them... just sayin'
:) My kitty does the same thing, he likes to go outside at night and then in the morning he's in the same spot and keeps me company in my walk to the bus stop.
I'm not bothered by the fact she lets her cat out to wander. That's what cats do. I'm more bothered by the fact she named her cat "Sgt Podge".