A sneaky cat came home to its owner with a mysterious note tucked in its collar.

A sneaky cat came home to its owner with a mysterious note tucked in its collar.
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According to Love Meow (you know, the popular cat blog), a cat named "Nala" has been sneaking around the San Francisco Bay Area visiting neighbors even though it has a bowl of food at home waiting for her. Redditor goldenstate30 posted a note they say was attached to their kitty's collar one day when she wandered in from the fog. Apparently, she's been nursing a couple in need, immersed in their own cat-loss grief:

The note reads:

I don’t know who this cat belongs to, but she comes and visits us every few weeks. She’ll meow outside our backdoor until we let her in; she wounds[sic] herself around our legs, walks around the house like its hers; waits at the fridge until my husband and I feed her bologna. She doesn’t like soft cat food very much! We look forward to her visits. We lost our 21 year old cat this year.

Cat emoji. Hopefully, goldenstate30 and whoever these people are will start passing notes back and forth, cat carrier style. After their post blew up, goldenstate30 posted this follow-up with a picture of the baloney loving kitteh:

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A sneaky cat came home to its owner with a mysterious note tucked in its collar.
Nala's got a little ginger mustache. <3 <3 <3
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