A house cat went missing for three days and the search yielded no results. But three days later the cat came back on its own and the owners were not too happy about it. The point is that the cat brought the owners a note with a request to pay his debt.
The small note was attached to the cat's collar. It read, "Your cat kept looking at the mackerel on my counter, so I had to give him three. Aunt May, Second Alley."
The store owner left her phone number, too. Now the cat's owners will have to pay the pet's debts.
However, some people assume that there is no need to return the money. The woman could have attached her phone number to see if the cat was okay and had made it home.
In any case, the owners are glad to have their pet back. He is now being watched more closely.
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