Twitter user @SherlockyTweet shared a little run in he had with his own cat far from the house where they supposedly both live. He was in his car, driving around, when he bumped into the feline known as Lewis, out for a stroll. Lewis seems just as surprised to see him:
The hilarious pics of Lewis greeting his person have gone viral, and the people want to know more.
Apparently, Lewis has a habit of wandering off, but not usually this far:
Doesn’t he have previous form for this? Such a cutie though 😻— Simon (@backtothewater) April 4, 2018
Just because he has four legs doesn’t mean he doesn’t have his own thing going on. 😏— J.Rochester (@J_Rochester) April 5, 2018
Other people shared their wandering cat stories in solidarity. Sometimes a kitty must roam:
That's how we got our first cat. Followed my mum and aunt home from the pub.— Mark Hyde (@markhyde74) April 5, 2018
We used to have a cat that would follow us when we walked down to bar, but would hide in bushes. So my neighbors would see me telling the bushes to go home.— Allison Britt (@iMakeArtifacts) April 5, 2018
my cat does this shit omg. i’ll literally yell out the window at him to get him in my car. usually he tried to race me instead tho— Molly ♈️ (@MollyWHOAFTW) April 4, 2018
I often give our cat a lift home in the car. His favourite place is over half a mile away. He really enjoys the drive home.— Colin (@ekctafc) April 4, 2018
I saw my cat in a neigbors window 2 blocks from my house! The cat used to follow me all over the neighborhood on walks and one of the neighbors let her in. She had been going over to their house when I wasn’t home for a year.— K Walters 🌊🌎 (@miagl11) April 5, 2018
Just make sure the cat is yours before you take it home.
Reminds me of the time I mistook a neighbour's cat for my own and tried to take it home. It luckily made its escape before I got there and I found my cat happily waiting indoors for me on the stairs.— Baron von Nilesy ★ (@Millhaven_Curse) April 5, 2018
Lewis is quite a character, and because of his viral fame, his person is sharing all the classic Lewis tweets of yore. He's the cutest:
And a good companion to just hang out with:
Sometimes they wander together:
Lewis has a cat door, but it seems hard to use. Maybe that's why he's always outside?
But there's always a cozy place to come back to, when he's ready to bite some feet:
Don't wander too far, Lewis. They need you at home.