After going missing a year ago, a cat has turned up unharmed in a flowerpot in Dunkerton, near Bath.
Melissa Jones thought she would never see her cat, Marley, after he went missing as, through her work at Bat Cats and Dogs Home, she sees many animals go missing every day, reports thisisbath.co.uk.
Marley was found in a flowerpot and was taken to the Bath Vet Group's Rosemary Lodge Hospital.
As he was microchipped, the cat could be reunited with Ms Jones. She told the news provider: "I was delighted to be reunited with Marley, and am very grateful to the people who took him to the hospital.
"As to what he has been up to for the best part of the year, I can only guess."
Sharon Curtis, client care nurse at the hospital, added that Ms Jones was "overjoyed" when she was told Marley was fit and well but that sadly often stray cats have no form of identification so they end up going to a kennel.