In British Columbia, Jeanette Hoft had a $1,000 cat statue in her yard that someone recently stole. Although the cat statue wasn’t worth much, it did hold sentimental value for Jeanette, so she posted messages on social media hoping someone would help her track it down.

Imagine her surprise when she woke up one day and found the statue back in its place with an apology note attached to it, saying “Returning what is rightfully yours. My apologies for the stupidity of others. Sorry for the inconvenience.”

You normally hear stories of cats going missing and coming home again, but you rarely hear of a cat statue going missing and coming home again. If you have a cat or a cat statue, keep it near your home. If it does go missing, there’s still a chance it might show up at your front door once more.

To read more about the missing cat statue that came back home, click here.

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