Sunday, 20 October 2013

Mystery as cat is set to be reunited with its owner a year after he went missing... and was later found in a bank 450 miles away


  • 9-year-old silver tabby Pablo disappeared from south London, last October
  • His distraught owners had given up looking for him, thinking he was dead
  • But last week the cat strolled into a branch of TSB bank in Rosyth, Fife
  • He settled for a nap on a chair after learning how to activate the door
A wandering cat is set to be reunited with his owner in London a year after he went missing - after being discovered 450 miles away from home, in a Scottish bank.

Nine-year-old silver tabby Pablo disappeared from Brockley, south London, last October, with distraught owner Siobhan Campbell giving him up for dead 


But last week the cat strolled into a branch of TSB bank in Rosyth, Fife, after learning how to activate the automatic door.

Shocked staff only noticed their new guest after he settled down for a nap on an armchair.

Workers handed him in to the Cats Protection charity, and when he was checked for a microchip it revealed he was 449 miles from home.

His owner’s mother Kate Partridge said she could not believe her ears when she took the call - though she admitted that Pablo - nicknamed Six Dinner Sid after a children's book - has always been a 'character'.

Before he made his road trip, Pablo was well known in Brockley, where dogs crossed the street to avoid him and he would force motorists to drive round him by sitting in the road.

Just like the children’s book character Six Dinner Sid, he also had several houses he visited to be fed.


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