Double agent: the hostess accidentally found out that her cat secretly lived in two houses and had two nicknames…

Двойной агент: хозяйка случайно выяснила, что ее кот тайно жил на два дома и имел две клички...

A resident of Mexico Laura Marie Barra was accidentally discovered that her cat named Pixie leads a double life. Your story Marie told in the social network Facebook in late October, and now it is actively taken up by the world media.

Pixie, which is still a little kitten settled in the house of a Mexican two years ago, had an independent nature and often went out of the house, disappearing for a few days. Marie wasn’t too bothered, believing that he’s out exploring, chasing birds and does other cat things.
One day Pixie came home with a new collar. Suspecting that he might appear another family, the woman wrote a note and stuck it under the collar of your pet. “His name is kitten Pixie. I think he has two houses. Ha ha”, — stated in it.

Двойной агент: хозяйка случайно выяснила, что ее кот тайно жил на два дома и имел две клички...

Двойной агент: хозяйка случайно выяснила, что ее кот тайно жил на два дома и имел две клички...

Later, the cat went for a walk and then returned with another note: “Here it is called Huarache. Definitely had two at home, haha. Congratulations! Other parents of a kitten”.

It turned out that the second owners of the cat live a few blocks from the house of Barra. As reports the edition Oddity Central, both families were convinced that they are the sole owners of the cunning animal. They continue to share custody of Pixie Huarache that, despite exposure, gets double portions of food and affection.

From time to time the owners of the exchange notes. So, Marie said that the cat took on a visit to the vet — just in case his second owners had also planned a similar visit.

“Pixie lucky. Some cats do not have homes, not to mention two at once. I know they’re good people — because I care about him,” says Barr.

including the entitled “It’s my cat… It’s not my house.” Wearer network told, as a long time fed the “poor stray cat” — until then, until I saw it in the window of a neighbor’s house.

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